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  • tonton.michalontonton.michalon

    great except the microphones

    Peavey Rockingham B6 TremoloPublished on 08/24/14 at 11:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    manufactured in China, the violin is in good order. Overall volume + volume adjustment on both pickups and a tone. Knobs pretty bad and not at all progressive

    UTILIZATION

    very good handle, access to treble who cares it's not for the Satriani. The original pickups are the weak point of the guitar as well as electronics. Fugget 400 € the beast with a case there must be a place where our friends make a margin. To ring the beast it is essential to turn the microphones and if possible all the jumble of cables that goes with it. Personal on my girlfriend I had mounted a Bare Knuckle Alnico Blue P90 in the neck position and a Gretsch FilterTron in the bridge position. Nothing to do with…
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    manufactured in China, the violin is in good order. Overall volume + volume adjustment on both pickups and a tone. Knobs pretty bad and not at all progressive

    UTILIZATION

    very good handle, access to treble who cares it's not for the Satriani. The original pickups are the weak point of the guitar as well as electronics. Fugget 400 € the beast with a case there must be a place where our friends make a margin. To ring the beast it is essential to turn the microphones and if possible all the jumble of cables that goes with it. Personal on my girlfriend I had mounted a Bare Knuckle Alnico Blue P90 in the neck position and a Gretsch FilterTron in the bridge position. Nothing to do with the original configuration crap. At the time I had for 200 € to upgrade the guitar and it's worth it.

    SOUNDS

    played on a junior blues, blues and hot rod deville. Excellent sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    sold it a year ago. But last month replaced by an even better one.
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  • j'arrete demainj'arrete demain

    Peavey Rockingham B6 TremoloPublished on 09/05/07 at 16:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Chinese type configuration Gretsch Bigsby vibrato
    rglages surprising: slecteur 3 positions, a micro flight, flight and Tone gnral gnrale
    I do not quite understand the usefulness of these volumes, all the questions are not rglages prcis.
    trs beautiful finish

    UTILIZATION

    Channel I got a little late. Good Access in acute but the heel is a little bulky
    it takes its place and PSE but its weight is balance
    sounds pretty good vacuum with a low E lgre weak and mchante small vibration in the neck pickup. Mcaniques a little harsh but effective (oil bath). the agreement holds well even in the drilling of the vibrato

    SOUNDS

    Sounds quite rude and not trs prcis fairly bold…
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    Chinese type configuration Gretsch Bigsby vibrato
    rglages surprising: slecteur 3 positions, a micro flight, flight and Tone gnral gnrale
    I do not quite understand the usefulness of these volumes, all the questions are not rglages prcis.
    trs beautiful finish

    UTILIZATION

    Channel I got a little late. Good Access in acute but the heel is a little bulky
    it takes its place and PSE but its weight is balance
    sounds pretty good vacuum with a low E lgre weak and mchante small vibration in the neck pickup. Mcaniques a little harsh but effective (oil bath). the agreement holds well even in the drilling of the vibrato

    SOUNDS

    Sounds quite rude and not trs prcis fairly bold and aggressive
    knobs at all progressive, inoperable Tone
    sound interruptions and crachottages incomprhensibles the sustain, in the end note
    we must change the obviousness of all electronic

    OVERALL OPINION

    I found in sales dpt. I do not know anything about half-boxes and I had taken a head shot, to get an IDE, because I thought I could play on a semi-hollow, because it really silent and because it seemed pretty good potential for Submitted violin. I thought the electronic transfer, up 2 good microphones type p57, a flight gnral, a balance and 2 tone and tame bte waiting to buy a real nice half Cash in qqes Annes. In fact I t trsdu by its lack of reliability calculations that I ncessaire complete change of the electronic coterait me dearly for violin altogether uncertain. I brought him and I change against something else.
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  • grosphil77grosphil77

    Peavey Rockingham B6 TremoloPublished on 09/29/07 at 11:19
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    C is a scratch Chinos avec22frets used until the 17 it has 2 humbcker an easel tunomatic 3 adjustable volume 1tonalite type handle c

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is very playable and comfortable access to your rather scabrous acute large is the fund drive for a score are empty because of a crappy vibraions of electronic loose but the hestetique is superb

    SOUNDS

    Playing the blues is quite nice on the neck pickup is very mellow crunch I am completely satisfied with the bridge pickup it leaves me cold I think screaming is not very accurate in spite of my all-tube amp

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the past year violin making good quality makes you want to change the electronic…
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    C is a scratch Chinos avec22frets used until the 17 it has 2 humbcker an easel tunomatic 3 adjustable volume 1tonalite type handle c

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is very playable and comfortable access to your rather scabrous acute large is the fund drive for a score are empty because of a crappy vibraions of electronic loose but the hestetique is superb

    SOUNDS

    Playing the blues is quite nice on the neck pickup is very mellow crunch I am completely satisfied with the bridge pickup it leaves me cold I think screaming is not very accurate in spite of my all-tube amp

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the past year violin making good quality makes you want to change the electronic mediocre I must clarify that I have also strat ameicaine lux which does not flatter the scratches on the cheap
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  • houbavsthoubavst

    great!

    Peavey Rockingham B6 TremoloPublished on 08/24/11 at 14:35
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    made in china, impeccable violin for the price, Bigsby vibrato. 2 pickups 2 volume 1 tone, 1 volume 1 general switch. the pickups are original but not flashy great: I have replaced with humbuckers pickups hepcat: how sweet!

    UTILIZATION

    handle quite pleasant despite its unnatural when you're comfortable format ..... comfortable. attention to the feedback coming soon

    SOUNDS

    with Hepcats all goes well, the smooth jazz on an old field at super saturax type skate punk with a mesa. we can get out of rhythm and greasy palms formidable total happiness for the price. in addition it is fair and mild.
    Solo, you must activate a little more but anything is possible in the limit o…
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    made in china, impeccable violin for the price, Bigsby vibrato. 2 pickups 2 volume 1 tone, 1 volume 1 general switch. the pickups are original but not flashy great: I have replaced with humbuckers pickups hepcat: how sweet!

    UTILIZATION

    handle quite pleasant despite its unnatural when you're comfortable format ..... comfortable. attention to the feedback coming soon

    SOUNDS

    with Hepcats all goes well, the smooth jazz on an old field at super saturax type skate punk with a mesa. we can get out of rhythm and greasy palms formidable total happiness for the price. in addition it is fair and mild.
    Solo, you must activate a little more but anything is possible in the limit of the 14 th box.
    special mention to her with two microphones is the most balanced

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year, bought on sale, I was not disappointed at all. A tip, go see "hepcat pick ups" to pigalle he transformed this peavey
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  • Crazy Rockabilly ManCrazy Rockabilly Man

    Peavey Rockingham B6 TremoloPublished on 12/04/07 at 11:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Peavey Rockingham B6 Tremolo Transparent Purple.

    Manufacturing: Made In China

    Fretes: Do not buy this guitar solos to hyper acute neck down!
    Limit access: 16th frete to play correctly.

    Buttons: Volume 1 General, 1 Volume / microphone, a tone set.

    Bigbsy (I'm crazy I personally;))

    Lutherie superb, ultra-thin handle and super handy.

    That's basically!

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin, efficient, and pleasant to the touch!
    As mentioned above, do not expect a round of hyper metal is the esgourdes pete with 23 solos as cargo!
    Guitar lightweight, when moving from a GS super heavy and spicy nose, we are pleasantly surprised!

    SOUNDS

    Personally, I play Rockab…
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    Peavey Rockingham B6 Tremolo Transparent Purple.

    Manufacturing: Made In China

    Fretes: Do not buy this guitar solos to hyper acute neck down!
    Limit access: 16th frete to play correctly.

    Buttons: Volume 1 General, 1 Volume / microphone, a tone set.

    Bigbsy (I'm crazy I personally;))

    Lutherie superb, ultra-thin handle and super handy.

    That's basically!

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin, efficient, and pleasant to the touch!
    As mentioned above, do not expect a round of hyper metal is the esgourdes pete with 23 solos as cargo!
    Guitar lightweight, when moving from a GS super heavy and spicy nose, we are pleasantly surprised!

    SOUNDS

    Personally, I play Rockabilly, 50's Rock'n'Roll. And this guitar clearly remember the famous Gretsch Eddie Cochran, Brian Setzer, etc ... who are they, unaffordable for many guitarists hjeunes!

    This guitar was created by my model, Darrel Higham (big fan of Eddie Cochran) in collaboration with Peavey! No need to remember that he wanted to create this guitar in order to get closer to sound retro rockab 'that provided the Gretch! Bonnefacture of it!

    I play a Peavey Bandit 112 Transtube complemented with a Boss ME 50. I found a sound sympatoch '. Before this jewel, I played with an Epiphone SG. Rockie and when I tested, I immediately hooked! She finally gave me what was missing! Namely a warm, jazzy retro ... (at least in its Clean)

    Its dual microphones have more than respectable retro sound to the ear

    The only criticism I can give to her, the slight lack of punch, ... but I decided to get into the lamp soon ... It will ring race: P

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have a few weeks now, I can not get enough. I finally have a guitar sound rockab for me '! And it's nice for the price!

    I strongly advise any fan of the retro, jazzy, country rockab ... You will not be disappointed! Combined with a good little lamp, it should blow up the flames!

    If I had to do it again, I take it again without hesitation!

    Note: The photos on the Internet, this model is dark blue, expect a more purple than blue guitar ... the fact remains! That's the ball!
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  • wahmiwahmi

    Peavey Rockingham B6 TremoloPublished on 05/10/09 at 18:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Chinese guitar beautifully crafted

    type pickups peavey gretsch home

    bigsby

    darrel signature guitar higam

    UTILIZATION

    Comfortable but can handle Access past the 14 th fret.

    guitar not too heavy and relatively well balanced although very impressive.

    Knob admittedly not very progressive, workable tone as long as we have a proper amp for jazz

    SOUNDS

    Sound pretty good, which can be deceiving. Indeed it is well on his rockabilly darrel higam very fat and very round slammed into the bridge. Not very jazzy but ultimately damned rock n roll.

    OVERALL OPINION

    6 months of use I sold it because my rockabilly band disbanded, but I'll regret.
    For me to sti…
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    Chinese guitar beautifully crafted

    type pickups peavey gretsch home

    bigsby

    darrel signature guitar higam

    UTILIZATION

    Comfortable but can handle Access past the 14 th fret.

    guitar not too heavy and relatively well balanced although very impressive.

    Knob admittedly not very progressive, workable tone as long as we have a proper amp for jazz

    SOUNDS

    Sound pretty good, which can be deceiving. Indeed it is well on his rockabilly darrel higam very fat and very round slammed into the bridge. Not very jazzy but ultimately damned rock n roll.

    OVERALL OPINION

    6 months of use I sold it because my rockabilly band disbanded, but I'll regret.
    For me to still try before buying a gretsch ELECTROMATE, or another kind of guitar.

    The sound and the handle can not please everyone, I also love me even if it's true that home electronics does not value the guitar.
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