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Peavey Ecoustic user reviews

  • Peavey Ecoustic E20

    Peavey Ecoustic E20 - "Good gigging amp"

    06/09/11

    There isn't much to say about these types of amps. They are designed for acoustics and it is real tough to mess that up since it is just simply amplifying a clean acoustic tone. Peavey Ecoustic E20 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier Features: Sol…

  • Peavey Ecoustic E208

    Peavey Ecoustic E208 - "Not Bad"

    04/25/11

    These are not bad for the money. The produce a very usable and full acoustic live tone. As we all know these amps are not used for recording since the guitar is always miced up directly. These amps are for a live performance or something where you ne…

  • Peavey Ecoustic 112

    Peavey Ecoustic 112 - "Peavey Ecoustic 112"

    09/21/02

    Purchased of Harmony Central for $200. I got this amp to use in worshipservice with full band. I checked out just about all the accoustic amps. From $350 to over $800 for new. A friend told me to check one of these out. Wow! I was surprised to find …

  • Peavey Ecoustic 112

    Peavey Ecoustic 112 - "Peavey Ecoustic 112"

    02/27/02

    Retail purchase, Music Land, Bel Air MD, $395, for amplifying my Epiphone 12-string, playing in contemporary worship Bright realistic sound, reverb, can take 2 1/4" and an XLR - total 3 inputs, two EQ's No chorus Solid, heavy, durable. Speaker wi…

  • Peavey Ecoustic 112

    Peavey Ecoustic 112 - "Peavey Ecoustic 112"

    11/04/01

    When I first set out to find an acoustic amp, I tried many models from Fender, Roland, Crate, Peavey and others. I was impressed with the acoustic sounds of most models I tried and with so many good acoustic amps out there, I found it difficult to ch…

  • Peavey Ecoustic 112

    Peavey Ecoustic 112 - vincemagic's review
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    07/02/07

    Acoustic Amp 100W transistor qvec an HP "Blue Marvel" 12 "(which allows better on the bass / midrange compared to his little brother 10" that sounds more sec) 2 independent channels each have Crane's own EQ 5 votes, his control of feedback and its…

  • Peavey Ecoustic 110 EFX

    Peavey Ecoustic 110 EFX - Grebz's review
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    12/04/06

    I use this amp for about 4 years, with an electro-acoustic guitar Seagull. Before talking about her, let's look. The appearance of "old radio pre-war" Copper is trs classy. The amp is 30W bi-amplifier for the bass-mid and 10W for the highs. Plenty …