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Laney Tease New Ironheart Amp Range
Following details of the new Ironheart Amplifiers at NAMM 2011 from renowned manufacturer Laney, Laney has published a new video teaser.
Aimed squarely at Metal guitarists, Laney is shouting about the fact each amp is made in the Black Country, UK - home of Metal.
Available in 60 Watt and 100 Watt versions, each features pre-boost and enhance controls, allowing for tightening of the tone, especially good for metal riffing.
The amp features 2 channels, with separate drive, eq and volume for each channel, alongside shared tone, enhance and reverb controls.
Variable wattage control allows musicians to reduce the output of the amp without losing any of the Metal tone.
There is huge anticipation surrounding this amp, expected this summer.
Duke of Metal Rich Ward of Fozzy was spotted playing an Ironheart at the Laney warm up tent at Sonisphere recently.Posted on 14 Jul 2011 15:44 to category : Instruments News
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