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  • Guitar modeling and a new cabinet simulator highlight the latest release

    Guitar modeling and a new cabinet simulator highlight t… - Peavey ReValver 4 Review


    When Peavey’s ReValver software was first released, it stood out from its competitors because it allowed users to get inside the virtual circuitry and tweak the components. Several iterations later, ReValver 4 introduces some stunning features that again separate it from the pack.

  • Six iOS Amp-and-Effects Modelers Evaluated

    Six iOS Amp-and-Effects Modelers Evaluated - Which iOS Modeler is Best for You?


    Modeled amps and effects can be found in many applications, including outboard modeling processors, DAWs, dedicated computer plug-ins, and, now more than ever, iOS apps. Your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch can be turned into a massive guitar rig that you can use for recording and live performance. Here we’ll look at six of the top modeling apps in ter…

  • EBS Classic Session 120, Ibanez Promethean P3115 and Peavey Max 115 Comparison

    EBS Classic Session 120, Ibanez Promethean P3115 and Pe… - Only One Can Survive


    Imagine for a moment that a fellow dressed as the mailman shows up at your door when you are about to start playing your favorite instrument: "Ding-dong! It's the mailman! I've got a parcel for you!," says an affable figure, all sweaty, with a tone that is meant to be cheerful.

  • Peavey AmpKit Link Mini-Review

    Peavey AmpKit Link Mini-Review - An Amp in your iPhone


    Apple boasts that there is an iPhone app for everything and we at AudioFanzine are starting to believe that they might be right. In the past two years we have discovered a bunch of more or less successful music apps. It is now time for virtual guitar amps to take over the famous mobile phone with hardware and software solutions. We tested one of t…

  • Peavey Vypyr 75 Review

    Peavey Vypyr 75 Review - A Vypyr's Bite


    The Vypyr Series was born out of Peavey's attempt to compete with the Line6 Spider Series and take a bite out of the modeling amplifier market. Today we will review the Vypyr 75. Could the viper beat the spider?