Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Dewey Cox, Feb 17, 2012.
There's one in a pawn shop for $150. Good deal?
That's good. Usually they're $300-400 used.
Had one back in the 80's and 90's. Should have kept it swapped out the speakers. For $150 i'd go for it.
I see em' on Craigslist for $150 a lot. It's not a bad price. I don't really care for em.
I dont really trust my memory too often, but I would swear that BB King used them a lot.
Atleast thats how I remembered it
I love them. I own and use an L9.
$150 is a bargain; grab it.
So did Ronnie Montrose (I owned one as well).
It's worth $150.
If it works that's is a good price for a descent amp. I'd hit it!
Is that the King's X Ty Tabor amp? If so, that has to be one of my favorite all time tones! For $150, it would make a great backup amp or one for your buddies when they come over for a jam.
$150? Sure. $200-300 is the usual. It's a good amp.
It's a $200.00 amp that sounds like a, well, $200.00 amp.
On craigs you can probably score one for $200ish, but a clean one in a shop will be $300-400. There's a shop by me that has a minty one right now for $550.
It's not really my thing and I have a Yamaha SS amp that fills the 'lots of headroom backup jazz amp' role, but yeah... $150 is a very decent deal if that's the type of amp you're after or as a backup if you don't already have one.
it's a great sound. . .Moog was onto something. . .but not every sound is for everybody. .
I don't know how much they are worth but I've heard guys ( years ago ) get good tones from them - was surprised it was a Lab- but I said good not great..........
His favorite actually!
Cool, thanks guys. Yeah it definitely wouldn't be my main amp (got SFSR and a DRRI for that). I'll probably try it for while an if I don't like it sell it...
Thats a good deal. I have one, plugged into it the other day for the first time in a long time. I like it. Won't gig with it, but you can get some cool spanky tones out of it.
Ok, I'll play. What does a $200 amp sound like?
Probably like a Lab Series L5, according to a typical 'Boogie player'.