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Peavey Vypyr Tube 120 Head

Modelling Guitar Amp Head from Peavey belonging to the Vypyr series.

Peavey has expanded its VYPYR Series of modeling guitar amplifiers to include the new VYPYR Tube 120H Head and matching VYPYR 412 loudspeaker enclosure.


The VYPYR Tube 120H Head features 24 amp channel models—clean and distorted channels of 12 popular amps—plus 11 editable preamp "stomp box" effects and 11 editable post-amp "rack" effects with dual-parameter control, global reverb and global delay. Players can add the optional Peavey Sanpera™ II foot controller to activate the on-board looper and expand the amp's 12 built-in presets to 400 programmable presets, with up to five simultaneous effects.

Amplifier models included in the VYPYR Tube 120 Head include Peavey 6505®, JSX®, Triple XXX® and Classic® Series models, as well as B-Kat, Brit, Plxi, Dlx, Twn, Dzl, K-Stein and Rec models. Preamp stomp-box models include TubeScrm, XR Wild, X Boost, Fuzz, BC Chorus, Analog Phase, Analog Phase, Auto Wah, Squeeze, MOG and Ring Modulator, while rack effect models include Tremolo, Chorus, Envelope Filter, Slap Back, Flanger, Octaver, Phaser, Rotary Speaker, Reverse, Pitch Shifter and Looper.

The VYPYR also acts as its own computer audio interface, with a built-in studio-quality USB 2.0 output that is recognized by computers as an audio device. The new Peavey 412 Slant EX loudspeaker enclosure is specially tuned to the VYPYR Tube 120H Head.

VYPYR™ Tube 120 Head
  • 120 watts
  • 24 amp channel models
  • Three-band EQ, master volume and pre- and post-gain controls
  • Four 6L6GC tube power amp styled after the renowned Peavey 6505
  • One 12AX7 preamp tube
  • TransTube® technology in the preamp
  • 11 editable rack effects
  • 11 editable stomp-box effects
  • Global reverb and delay
  • On-board looper
  • On-board chromatic tuner
  • Up to 5 effects simultaneously and 400 presets with optional Sanpera™ II footswitch
  • Studio-quality USB computer interface
  • MIDI In/Out
  • Tap tempo button
  • Studio-quality headphone/record output
  • MP3/CD/Aux input

Peavey 412 Slant EX Enclosure
  • Four 12" Peavey loudspeakers in a mono configuration
  • Specially voiced to match the VYPYR Tube 120 Head
  • 300 watts max power handling at 16 ohms

Pricing & Availability
Peavey VYPYR Tube 120H Head modeling guitar amplifier will be available from authorized Peavey retailers in Q3 2008.
Peavey 412 Slant EX Enclosure: U.S. MSRP $499.99
VYPYR™ Tube 120 Head: U.S. MSRP $699.99

For more information, visit their web site at www.peavey.com.
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