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Peavey KB300
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Peavey KB300

Keyboard Amplifier from Peavey belonging to the KB series.

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Peavey KB300Publié le 01/31/12 à 16:40
3 channels, 15 inches...It's originally a keyboard amp, I think!

UTILIZATION

I have used it a lot for vocals during rehearsals...Then vocals and bass, it's awesome for bass (15"). And currently I use it mostly for guitar with a Boss disto ds1 pedal and it really rocks! And I've had different amps!
I think this is a true all-purpose amp, and a sturdy one, too!

OVERALL OPINION

It must be 15 years since I have it and I haven't had a single issue, even though I've abused it quite a bit!
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Peavey KB300Publié le 10/06/11 à 01:35
Solid-state amp
3 inputs: 1 XLR / 2 jack

Settings: 3-band equalizer / reverb / gain

15" speaker + Tweeter

UTILIZATION

Easy and intuitive. The gain knobs are rather sensitive and you can go from not hearing anything to an explosion of sound.

The performance of the amp is satisfying and the EQ allows you to fine tune the sound and get what you are looking for.

OVERALL OPINION

Super sturdy and relentless, despite being abused. The performance in the lows is good, which results in a very round sound.

Nevertheless, it's better suited for keyboards rather than bass guitars.

A very good deal if you want to have a powerful, sturdy and cheap amp....
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Solid-state amp
3 inputs: 1 XLR / 2 jack

Settings: 3-band equalizer / reverb / gain

15" speaker + Tweeter

UTILIZATION

Easy and intuitive. The gain knobs are rather sensitive and you can go from not hearing anything to an explosion of sound.

The performance of the amp is satisfying and the EQ allows you to fine tune the sound and get what you are looking for.

OVERALL OPINION

Super sturdy and relentless, despite being abused. The performance in the lows is good, which results in a very round sound.

Nevertheless, it's better suited for keyboards rather than bass guitars.

A very good deal if you want to have a powerful, sturdy and cheap amp.
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Peavey KB300Publié le 02/19/09 à 06:17
Nothing to add about the features.

UTILIZATION

It couldn't be easier to dial in!! A real delight

OVERALL OPINION

After 10 years of use, I had to write a review here.
It's an IMPLACABLE amp!!! It has never broken down, it is very, very sturdy and truly VERY versatile.
It's a keyboard amp, but it can be used for anything!!
At first I used it to amplify two acoustic guitars and my vocals (it has 3 inputs!) for rehearsals and gigs, and it performed great.
I then used it several years as a PA system for vocals during rehearsals and now I use it as a bass amp and, to be honest, it sounds awesome!!
I am very happy with it, it's my oldest amp and I do not intend to part with it.
In short,......
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Nothing to add about the features.

UTILIZATION

It couldn't be easier to dial in!! A real delight

OVERALL OPINION

After 10 years of use, I had to write a review here.
It's an IMPLACABLE amp!!! It has never broken down, it is very, very sturdy and truly VERY versatile.
It's a keyboard amp, but it can be used for anything!!
At first I used it to amplify two acoustic guitars and my vocals (it has 3 inputs!) for rehearsals and gigs, and it performed great.
I then used it several years as a PA system for vocals during rehearsals and now I use it as a bass amp and, to be honest, it sounds awesome!!
I am very happy with it, it's my oldest amp and I do not intend to part with it.
In short, this amp is truly extraordinary!!!
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Peavey KB300Publié le 02/22/09 à 05:59
3 inputs, volume + gain controls, low, mid, high and reverb for each input. Master volume and reverb. The kb300 is powerful.

UTILIZATION

It is easy to use, the sound is good and the lows can be very powerful. I've never read the entire manual (because I've never had the need).

OVERALL OPINION

I've used it for 2 years, but it is already 24 years old and still functional. I have nothing bad to say about it, except for its weight (77lbs). It's my first amp and it's a pity that it isn't manufactured anymore, because I would buy another one. Very good value for money.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Peavey
  • Model: KB300
  • Series: KB
  • Category: Keyboard Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 10/10/2003

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