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Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey belonging to the Vypyr series

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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Nice little amp

    Peavey Nano VypyrPublished on 06/23/11 at 13:32
    Peavey is one of those companies that has everything for anyone. You may or may not like the tone of a Peavey but they produce and manufacture some of the best and most versatile amplifiers in the world. I think that Peavey has something in any range for any person.

    This has 32 effects which in my opinion is probably more than you would ever use. You have 11 amp models which again has something for every person's flavor of tone. You can get just about any tone you desire from this little amp.

    UTILIZATION

    Features

    11 amp models: two clean models, two overdrive models, two rock models, two metal models, two lead models and one acoustic model
    32 effects combinations: …
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    Peavey is one of those companies that has everything for anyone. You may or may not like the tone of a Peavey but they produce and manufacture some of the best and most versatile amplifiers in the world. I think that Peavey has something in any range for any person.

    This has 32 effects which in my opinion is probably more than you would ever use. You have 11 amp models which again has something for every person's flavor of tone. You can get just about any tone you desire from this little amp.

    UTILIZATION

    Features

    11 amp models: two clean models, two overdrive models, two rock models, two metal models, two lead models and one acoustic model
    32 effects combinations: chorus, wah, compression, compression/chorus, flanger, octaver, tremolo or rotary speaker, plus delay and/or reverb on any effect
    Tap tempo for delay
    Parameter control on all effects
    15 watts with a 6.5" speaker in a true transmission line enclosure (10" x 10" x 10")
    Master volume
    Gain control
    Three-band EQ
    Battery or AC powered
    Built-in Chromatic Tuner
    1/8" auxiliary input
    1/8" recording/headphone out
    ¼" microphone input with level control
    Strap buttons on each side
    Expression pedal input for real time parameter control over effects (sold separately)

    SOUNDS

    I like the way this amp takes the effort out of finding the right effects to go with the right amp. You have only a few control knobs that are clearly labeled and the best part is if you don't have an expression pedal hooked up the wah turns into an autowah. That is a very cool feature to have in this amp. The brain of this amp seems to be a lot more advanced than people give credit to Peavey.

    I like most Peavey amps with a nice Gibson Les Paul or another guitar with humbucker pickups installed. I find that most of the Peavey tone comes from the hard rock and metal side of electric guitars. So the humbucker fits better with the tone of this amp in my opinion.

    OVERALL OPINION

    At new these amps come in at around $250, which isn't bad of a price for something this unique and this expansive. You get an almost unlimited range of tone with the multiple effects and amp models.

    I would recommend this amp to any beginner guitar player who needs an all in one amp and effects processor. You basically juts need a cable and a guitar and you are golden. Also someone who needs an amp for practice or silent home use will like this amp as well.
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