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Peavey Classic 50/50
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Peavey Classic 50/50

Guitar Power Amplifier from Peavey belonging to the Classic series.

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Eulfred Eulfred
Publié le 01/09/09 à 07:59
This is a very good power amp 2 x 50w lamps dlivrant, power is the I defies anyone to stand in front of my 4x12 less than 10 meters with knobs 5!

- 4 power tubes
- 4 lamps Pramper

2 volumes, 2 standby, 2 presence, 2 rsonance (low)

Both presence and rglages rsonance are very convenient because they can adapt the sound gnral bass / treble function room without reparamtrer its entire Pramper.

UTILIZATION

I use a Rocktron Piranha coupled to a multi effect rack Boss GX700, all in a 4x12 Peavey and send STRID.

SOUNDS

This amp is rput "a little soft", certainly compared to some heads All tube amps more rcentes it will be worth a bit in terms of dynamics, but at current secondhand prices remain REFERENCES sre a solid and not CHRE, especially as a systm rack allows you to evolve in his config time, therefore, to add a Pramper "patator" type Engl, Peavey, Randall, etc. ... it has the advantage of being very "musical" and ragis very well in high-volume sounds bluesy.

OVERALL OPINION

This is perfect Poweramp all styles rock to metal, provided they add a very powerful Pramper in the latter case (and the guitar is going well too), his favorite fields s 'behind the blues / rock to hard 90'.

The pros: powerful, cheap, precise and musical, made to last

The -: noisy fan, a bit "soft" compared to current REFERENCES (who rate twice ...), quite heavy.
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