Featuring twin channels with reverb, this powerful 2x12" combo offers up plenty of power for the stage, and awesome features for practice. Your performance is pushed out thru the twin 12" speaker guitar combo kicking out 120 watts. Each channel has 3-band EQ and on-board Reverb.

Twin Channels, Plus Reverb
Clean and Drive channels both have their own independent 3 band EQ for more variation between sounds. The Drive channel also features switchable XTS tone shaping for an instant scoop to the mid and a boost to key frequencies. On-board reverb can also be dialed in to add ambiance to the tone.

Custom-Designed Loudspeakers
The twin 12" loudspeakers have been custom-designed for Laney by HH giving the perfect loudspeaker pairing to get the best from the amplifier stage.

Performance Rig
For an expanded performance rig, the Extension Speaker socket can also be used to add another cabinet. An FX loop allows the connection of outboard effects. Reverb and Channel can be selected remotely with the connection of an optional footswitch (FS2).

Features

- 120 Watts RMS
- 2 x 12" Custom Driver
- Twin Channel with Switchable Drive
- Reverb
- Bass, Middle and Treble
- CD Input/Line in
- British Design
- The LX120RT is ready to hit the stage hard. With 120 watts of power, a broad spectrum of tones, and twin 12" HH speakers, it delivers on stage or rehearsal time and time again.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • LX120RT 2-Channel 120-Watt 2x12" Guitar Combo
Finish
  • Black
Categories
Speaker Configuration
  • 2x12"
Reverb
  • Digital Reverb
Electronics
  • Solid State

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