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Peavey MAX 126
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Peavey MAX 126

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Peavey belonging to the Max series.

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OlDiver OlDiver
Publié le 11/29/07 à 01:55
HP. 6.5 "
Vintage Adjustable Gain switch TransTube
Line input for CD player headphone (...)
Dimensions 11.25 "(286mm) H x 6.87" (175mm) W x 11.75 "(298mm) L
Weight 5 Kg

UTILIZATION

For a bass amp, anyway, the configuration can not be that simple.
We get easily a good sound

SOUNDS

It's a bit weak this amp that has not really expanded his palette.
I tried to connect my Bass V-Amp but unfortunately it made the sound is very bad.
The sound is good for bass sounds clear and deep. No distortion or sound "metal", even at very high volume, the sound does not distort. quality.

OVERALL OPINION

Quelité great value / price.
My first bass amp work.

Overall a good amp but just to repeat it with a battery and musicians who play like nags.
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