jukap 07/22/2013

Peavey T-40 : jukap's user review

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5

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see other opinions. Violin with onions, everything is dense and solid, it is a weapon of war. Not a pet 'or a bit of breath or something that has moved, an instrument of 30 years is that it is designed and built.

UTILIZATION

Wide and thin enough handle a mix of precision and rick. The weight is not really a problem with a good strap, especially compared to the pleasure it provides. The sound is really deep and magical, full of grain. You get used to the ergonomics into play quickly enough, only the settings can be a complex hair on stage with this system knobs, I would clearly prefer a push / pull to switch from single coil to humbucker. And indeed, the slap patient is clearly complicated due to the positioning and size pickups: even if we can get great things with a beautiful tone still on the register, it will remain relatively simple plans.

SOUNDS

For rock and pop, you will not find better, I had a lot of very low quality, and it outperforms all the vintage to modern-vintage (there is that my alembic orion gave more definition and flapping in the precision type, but with less natural, depth and roundness, and of course for my vintage pure grain precision american 57 reissue, but clearly "one trick pony" for once even if it is excellent). All sounds are good, and we really had a package, I would really 8 different (even the phase switch with levels set correctly gives excellent stuff). To sum was somehow a very good precision late 60's that you can mix at leisure with incredibly pleasurable accents rick, stingray and Jazzbass, and a very definite and incisive special bonus his t40. That's good, good, good.

OVERALL OPINION

I received qq weeks ago, I'm in love. I love everything: the sounds, the look, the finishes. This is really high class instrument, a real inspiring and liberating music stuff.