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Peavey Sanpera I
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Peavey Sanpera I

Pedal/Controller from Peavey belonging to the Vypyr series.

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Froideval Froideval
Published on 08/19/09 at 09:20
I just buy it and try it.
Pros:
- Cheap ... well not too expensive ...
- Good wha-wha and volume
- LOOP (still not easy to use it)

Weaknesses:
- Be supported as the animal to trigger the wha (maybe it will get better Apers uses)
- The unmanageable volume loop recorded. Basically it is quite strong and the improvisations are made over a smaller volume. This is also a mystery because of the videos on Youtube is not the problem ... it is in any case a great default ... which reduces the attractiveness of the effect.

So in the end very well to change the patch, play wha pedal and volume.

Addition to the 20 August 09: the pedal will not turn on the ignition with the amp ... you have to unplug the cable and plug one or two times to make it DEIGNE life ... and 2 points lower (on from 7 to 5)!
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