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Peavey Classic 112E
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Peavey Classic 112E

1x12 Guitar Cabinet from Peavey belonging to the Classic (Discontinued) series.

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Peavey Classic 112EPublished on 06/07/07 at 23:59
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This cabinet is equipped with an HP 1275 Sheffield, thus conceding 75 watts under 16 ohms. It is designed to be used in addition to the Classic 30, which takes the form and blond tweed lining. It is closed, but a removable panel on the back can make a semi-open. I use this cabinet for six months. I have other speakers better, but it is very good when it comes to go to rehearsal, without fear of damaging the equipment. Its finish is pretty neat and the cabinet is of good quality. However, the hp is pretty poor, altogether unworthy. As soon as we got into the towers, the cash badly and seems to crash, even though we are far from maximum power. I think it is imperative to change. That's......
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This cabinet is equipped with an HP 1275 Sheffield, thus conceding 75 watts under 16 ohms. It is designed to be used in addition to the Classic 30, which takes the form and blond tweed lining. It is closed, but a removable panel on the back can make a semi-open. I use this cabinet for six months. I have other speakers better, but it is very good when it comes to go to rehearsal, without fear of damaging the equipment. Its finish is pretty neat and the cabinet is of good quality. However, the hp is pretty poor, altogether unworthy. As soon as we got into the towers, the cash badly and seems to crash, even though we are far from maximum power. I think it is imperative to change. That's what I did, replacing it with a V30. It allows for a 1x12 cabinet of good quality, good prices. I purchased second-hand. I think it's a good value, especially if we change the hp. But I have not tried the new baffles good markets (and other Laboga Harley Benton), maybe I would change my mind?
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  • Manufacturer: Peavey
  • Model: Classic 112E
  • Series: Classic (Discontinued)
  • Category: 1x12 Guitar Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 12/18/2005

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Other names: baffle 112e, baffle112e, baffle 112 e, baffle112 e, classic112e, classic 112 e, classic112 e

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