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Laney Lionheart 20W Valve Head

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Designed and engineered with pride in Great Britain, The LIONHEART L20H is a 20 watt Parallel, Single-Ended, Class 'A' all-tube head, giving a great range of clean, crisp, dynamic and open guitar tones. With less emphasis on preamp distortion, the L20H lets you hear and feel the power tubes clipping to breakup, giving a much richer harmonic content and a larger dynamic range. Play through a LIONHEART and you’ll be amazed at how it reacts to your touch.

  • From a guitarist point of view, in a class A amplifier each of the amplifiers power tubes are working at maximum output the whole time. This makes them run ‘HOT’ and generates a very natural level of smooth tube compression.
  • Higher powers are obtainable by using multiple valves in parallel – in this case 4 x EL84’s are run in Single ended mode and then paralleled up to give 20 watts RMS of Parallel Single Ended tone.
  • On-board studio quality reverb. Reverb gives you a sense of the space that you are in. A dry guitar signal can sound a little dull. Adding the right about of reverb provides the guitar signal with ambience and brings it to life.
  • FX loops are important as they allow you to add effects to the signal path in a specific place between the pre-amp and the output section on an amplifier. This is where FX loops are important as it allows you to put time-based FX after the distorted pre-amp section. For example, delayed distortion sounds different to distorted delay – try it.

Designed and engineered with pride in Great Britain, The LIONHEART L20H is a 20 watt Parallel, Single-Ended, Class 'A' all-tube head, giving a great range of clean, crisp, dynamic and open guitar tones. With less emphasis on preamp distortion, the L20H lets you hear and feel the power tubes clipping to breakup, giving a much richer harmonic content and a larger dynamic range. Play through a LIONHEART and you’ll be amazed at how it reacts to your touch.

  • From a guitarist point of view, in a class A amplifier each of the amplifiers power tubes are working at maximum output the whole time. This makes them run ‘HOT’ and generates a very natural level of smooth tube compression.
  • Higher powers are obtainable by using multiple valves in parallel – in this case 4 x EL84’s are run in Single ended mode and then paralleled up to give 20 watts RMS of Parallel Single Ended tone.
  • On-board studio quality reverb. Reverb gives you a sense of the space that you are in. A dry guitar signal can sound a little dull. Adding the right about of reverb provides the guitar signal with ambience and brings it to life.
  • FX loops are important as they allow you to add effects to the signal path in a specific place between the pre-amp and the output section on an amplifier. This is where FX loops are important as it allows you to put time-based FX after the distorted pre-amp section. For example, delayed distortion sounds different to distorted delay – try it.

Designed and engineered with pride in Great Britain, The LIONHEART L20H is a 20 watt Parallel, Single-Ended, Class 'A' all-tube head, giving a great range of clean, crisp, dynamic and open guitar tones. With less emphasis on preamp distortion, the L20H lets you hear and feel the power tubes clipping to breakup, giving a much richer harmonic content and a larger dynamic range. Play through a LIONHEART and you’ll be amazed at how it reacts to your touch.

  • From a guitarist point of view, in a class A amplifier each of the amplifiers power tubes are working at maximum output the whole time. This makes them run ‘HOT’ and generates a very natural level of smooth tube compression.
  • Higher powers are obtainable by using multiple valves in parallel – in this case 4 x EL84’s are run in Single ended mode and then paralleled up to give 20 watts RMS of Parallel Single Ended tone.
  • On-board studio quality reverb. Reverb gives you a sense of the space that you are in. A dry guitar signal can sound a little dull. Adding the right about of reverb provides the guitar signal with ambience and brings it to life.
  • FX loops are important as they allow you to add effects to the signal path in a specific place between the pre-amp and the output section on an amplifier. This is where FX loops are important as it allows you to put time-based FX after the distorted pre-amp section. For example, delayed distortion sounds different to distorted delay – try it.

Designed and engineered with pride in Great Britain, The LIONHEART L20H is a 20 watt Parallel, Single-Ended, Class 'A' all-tube head, giving a great range of clean, crisp, dynamic and open guitar tones. With less emphasis on preamp distortion, the L20H lets you hear and feel the power tubes clipping to breakup, giving a much richer harmonic content and a larger dynamic range. Play through a LIONHEART and you’ll be amazed at how it reacts to your touch.

  • From a guitarist point of view, in a class A amplifier each of the amplifiers power tubes are working at maximum output the whole time. This makes them run ‘HOT’ and generates a very natural level of smooth tube compression.
  • Higher powers are obtainable by using multiple valves in parallel – in this case 4 x EL84’s are run in Single ended mode and then paralleled up to give 20 watts RMS of Parallel Single Ended tone.
  • On-board studio quality reverb. Reverb gives you a sense of the space that you are in. A dry guitar signal can sound a little dull. Adding the right about of reverb provides the guitar signal with ambience and brings it to life.
  • FX loops are important as they allow you to add effects to the signal path in a specific place between the pre-amp and the output section on an amplifier. This is where FX loops are important as it allows you to put time-based FX after the distorted pre-amp section. For example, delayed distortion sounds different to distorted delay – try it.

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