Laney Cub 15W 1X12 Tube Combo – Rev
The CUB-SUPER12 is a great sounding boutique style ALL-TUBE amp. Featuring an ergonomic, straight ahead single channel, with three band EQ plus a dynamic, footswitchable BOOST function.
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The CUB-SUPER12 is a great sounding boutique style ALL-TUBE amp. Featuring an ergonomic, straight ahead single channel, with three band EQ plus a dynamic, footswitchable BOOST function. The CUB-SUPER12 features a footswitchable on-board reverb powered by the highly acclaimed spring reverb algorithm from the Black Country Custom SECRETPATH pedal. Loaded with a custom designed and voiced HH 12” driver the CUB-SUPER12 delivers 15 watts of pure CLASS AB tube and features the ability to be run at <1 Watt by plugging into the <1 Watt input. The CUB-SUPER12 is loaded with 3 hand selected 12AX7 tubes in the preamp and a pair of EL84 output tubes in the output section. The CUB-SUPER12 is loaded with an insert style FX loop and external speaker socket. KEY FEATURES 15W or <1W 12" HH custom voiced driver 3 x 12AX7 preamp tubes 2 x EL84 output tubes Line out FS2-Mini optional extra Amazing pedal platform External speaker socket On board Pre Boost - footswitchable DETAILS A Class AB power section is based on the notion that music is a waveform and linear in nature – i.e. you only get a +ve section followed by a -ve section, you never get a +ve & -ve occurring at the same time. In a Class AB amplifier, the input signal is split into the +ve and the -ve sides of the waveform and each respective part is sent to a separate tube or tubes and amplified accordingly Allows you to drive the output stage of the amplifier harder at reduced output levels should you need to use the unit in situations where full volume is not appropriate. 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. Footswitchable Boost