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Peavey 6505 Piranha Micro Head

Hybrid Guitar Amp Head from Peavey belonging to the 6505 series.

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Peavey announces the new 6505 Piranha micro head, the newest addition to their 6505 Series of amplifiers.

Announced as powerful and portable, the 6505 Piranha follows in the footsteps of the brand's 6505 MH mini head by packing high-gain tones into an even smaller, 20-watt amp head. Small enough to use in a bedroom, but powerful enough for the studio, the new 6505 Piranha harnesses the full gain and tone of the 6505 Series.
The 6505 Piranha adds a few tricks of its own, including a bright switch along with a “scoop” control to achieve a wide array of tones with few controls. Additional features include the 20-watt (RMS) Solid State power amp, one 16ohm speaker output, Aux input, 12AX7 preamp tube, and tooled metal cabinet.
For more information, see www.peavey.com.

 

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