Peavey Tour 450

Peavey Tour 450

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Tour 450, Bass Guitar Amp Head from Peavey in the Tour series.

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Peavey Tour 450 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Peavey
  • Model: Tour 450
  • Series: Tour
  • Category: Bass Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 01/21/2008

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Peavey Tour 450 user reviews

Average Score:3.0( 3/5 based on 3 reviews )
 1 user review33 %
 1 user review33 %
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leduke67's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" does its job"

Peavey Tour 450
Any transistor amplifier 300W / 8 ohms and 450/4 ohms
Input gain, 2 inputs active / passive, outline (which will widen the mediums), bass knob, EQ graphic debrayable, knob of acute limiter debrayable and octaver debrayable also.


Plug & play configuration, plug and sounds already
Alone acting on the contour, we come to find their sound. For the perfectionists remains equalize graphic is very good work.
The power is ample on stage outside as inside, we can compare the model Hartke ha 3500.


Amp very versatile, equally effective in hard rock, reggae, funk sounds very roots as the percussive slaps are easily accessible.
The jazz bass sounds jazz bass, musicman musicman sounds, so what more has an amp!
The Octave is a dose not more than 1/4 s race to avoid having strange things, if it works not bad


Purchased earlier this year, he did what I asked without blinking, it is a good value, I had the hartke ha 3500 which looks at configuration, and pretty much the 2 are comparable.

Pseud00's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Peavey Tour 450
Transistor-amplifier 450 watts into 4 ohms,
Two low-gain input jack and high gain.
- Control the volume of input and output, graphic equalizer (9 bands) switchable. Allowing the control knob.
- Control of the contour as well.
- Planting of the amp by an XLR
-Possibility to plug the amp has two speakers.


To tell you the truth, this head is really easy to use, you turn you turn the input volume and hop out and it was sound. deriere knobs are adjusted according to his desires (the low, medium and high) and presto, the beast turns and sends a well rounded, with acute claquands, accurate too.
The fact that we can switch the equializer chart is a good thing for me. It allows young bass player who does not know them too many knobs to turn three and not to a bizarre design with nine sticks to accentuate the treble and bass. The good sound is primarily a matter of taste.
There is no problem power level, I spend over two and mesaboogie (Dual F-50 and ground) and a drummer who likes to tap his tomes and cymbals, with the knob only half aa .


What is good with peavey is that it can not be disappointed: the value for money is EXCELLENT, and the sound is by turning a knob, we move from a round one has a slightly fatter. I play blues, rock, heavey metal with, and everything passes. I have in my Possession a Jazz bass and precision. It's going very well. I will admit that this amp marries well with a super low active and micro EMG.
Yet there is an effect that does not serve me much on this head:
Cosmos is a genus of octaves rather successful but I never use.


I have this amp now for a year.
What I like most about the head, this facility has a good sound and quick and value for money remains one of the best on the market at the level of heads.
Before aquérir this head, I went through markbass, Gallien Krueger and so the best is this one that I type in the eye.
With experience yes, although I think if I had a bigger budget, I would have gone to the more typical (Ampeg SVT CL for example).

Nesseria's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Peavey Tour 450
All transistor seems he, if this is not the case it sounds like this anyway.
The nickname is a 450-watt soft ...
For specifications, see the previous post.


I write this review to warn young people who would buy this head.

I use this head in a rehearsal room, it is clear that this is a bad product.

Many functions perfectly useless, the peak being the ridiculous "Kosmos B" and totally missed the effect unidentifiable.

Getting a "good sound" will remain a fairly futile quest ...


I use (I suffered) the head with a 4x10 of the same brand and a stingray in a rehearsal room: the dynamics is conspicuously absent, the head produces mainly low slobbering and bassist irritability ...

Little power to what is announced, no definition, functions ridiculous like this Kosmos B (and I forgot what "DDT", which is not an insecticide but a sort of limiter) ...

We can at most be a full sound for the game of infra-fingered ... Maybe.


This head is bad, for a low budjet rather adopt a Hartke HA3500. In the same range of products is far more honest.
Forget the Peavey Tour 450 if you want a head with a minimum of dynamics and precision.
"Tower", a beautiful irony ...

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