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Peavey user reviews

  • Peavey PVi 4B

    Peavey PVi 4B - "How will it hold up?"


    The Peavey PVi 4B is a channel powered mixer, it has 4 mic inputs (balanced) and another 4 ¼ line inputs. You can control the tone, reverb and levels of each channel easily on this mixer. Controlling the reverb on each channel was very important to …

  • Peavey PVM 22

    Peavey PVM 22 - "sounds like the SM58 (vocals)"


    The Peavey PVM22 is a dynamic vocal microphone that is priced well. It is great with reducing feedback and giving you a consistent sound during a live show. It feels pretty good in your hand, and is light enough to hold for long periods of time if n…

  • Peavey ReValver MK III.V

    Peavey ReValver MK III.V - "better than guitar rig"


    The Peavey ReValver MKIII.V is an affordable digital guitar rack. Many people like to compare this to Guitar Rig but I don’t think you can really make that comparison because it gives you so much more than Guitar Rig does. Though Guitar Rig does seem…

  • Peavey Vypyr 15

    Peavey Vypyr 15 - "A Pawn Shop score that turned into a great practice amp"


    The Peavey Vypyr 15 is a 15-watt solid-state modeling combo amp with an 8" speaker on-board and a variety of different amps, channels, stomp box effects, and other features. Being only 15 watts, the functionality of this amp is somewhat limited. Ther…

  • Peavey Feedback Ferret D

    Peavey Feedback Ferret D - "Panic"


    The Feeback Ferret D has been in my rig since 2009, it is a feedback processor that has panic filters on it. Using the Ferret D will get rid of all of the horrible frequencies that need to be gutted out. You can simply use a filter that the Ferret D…

  • Peavey XR 8600D

    Peavey XR 8600D - "Use with good mics"


    The XR 8600 is a 10 channel mixer that has effects right on board. It has 10 different inputs, it use to be my main mixer a few years ago. I loved how portable it was, it is not that light but it does have a handle on it to carry it with. If you are …

  • Peavey IPR 1600

    Peavey IPR 1600 - "plenty of power"


    The IPR 1600 is 2 530 watts with 4 ohms, it does have speaker protection and crossover protection but. You can purchase the IPR in 3000 watts 5000 watts 7500 watt versions. All of them get more expensive when it comes to getting more watts. This unit…

  • Peavey PVX 15

    Peavey PVX 15 - "best in this price range"


    The PVx 15 is hands down one of the best passive speakers that I have used in this price range. It is only 400 watts but if feels so much more powerful once you get the chance to hear it at work. It has a 15 inch speaker and only cost 250 dollars. T…

  • Peavey PV 215EQ

    Peavey PV 215EQ - "Decent at best"


    The 215EQ is a dual band graphic EQ and it cost under a 100 dollars. It has nice and bright output level LEDs and a switchable 12 6dB cut or boost. The low cut filter on this unit is also a great addition for it to be at this price. The low cut filte…

  • Peavey PVX 12

    Peavey PVX 12 - "clean"


    The Peavey PVx 12 is a 400 watt 12 inch passive speaker. It is well built but it does have a lot of weight to it. It weight nearly 40 pounds just for this one speaker which could make it not to portable depending on what your gig is. The peak power t…