Peavey Odyssey Telecaster
Peavey Odyssey Telecaster

Odyssey Telecaster, LP-Shaped Guitar from Peavey in the Odyssey series.

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Splotch 11/08/2010

Peavey Odyssey Telecaster : Splotch's user review


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Made in the united state, tune o matic bridge and stop bar. 24 frets with two peavey humbucker split (origin), three slecteur positron + switch split = 6 possibilities. 2 Volumes 2 Tones.

Two-part body with a mahogany table saddle, mahogany neck with button in bene. Medium frets. The neck profile D is al heel with a well worked for ergonomics is rather thin. The key is not flat but the radius is not very pronounced.

It is not very grazing and the weight is reasonable, closer to the weight of a SG than that of a Les Paul. The table is Lger bomb.
A pleasant enough


handle for arpge, I prefer that of my G & L ASAT pais for more consistent play. Dcoupe the heel and horn CHAC LOWER makes the perfect treble. The guitar is well balanced when standing. The varnish with 20 years is enough dsormais skate therefore does not hang too much on his hands.

I bought the pickups with origins but I've since replaced the clear sound does not suit me, they kept saturated with a presence in the treble quite striking. Prfr I have a fatter sound with a torque of 490 home gibson.


The sound is generally low medium mahogany forces. The sustain is good but not infinite.

I like the cluck a bit messy but not too much that gets to the rock and heavy without asking any question.


I use it for 6 months is a good acquisition for availing oneself of a real guitar violin very correct and does not seem to move more than a time (guitar 1991).

I already play on Epiphone G400, Musicman Axis, I currently have a G & L ASAT S3. I've tested the Stratocaster and Ibanez and a Les Paul studio that sounded Anne 80.
The inspiration for this guitar with a body Pauliene shuffled Les Paul and Tl is not a copy and does not sound like a Les Paul. The spirit, however celu size of a guitar for rock with a handle for solos very easily.

It is found today used for 500 what if she is in a good condition for it's well worth a guitar with a violin is really beautiful. Good violin