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Peavey ReValver MK III

Software Amp Simulator from Peavey belonging to the Revalver series.

Peavey Electronics has announced that its virtual tube-amplifier plug-in, ReValver Mk III, is now RTAS compatible.


ReValver MKIII owners will be able to download the new RTAS-compatible version free at Peavey.com.

Peavey ReValver Mk III is a 64-bit amplifier modeling software designed to capture the true characteristics of vacuum tubes while allowing users control over their tonality and gain structures.

ReValver Mk III models 15 guitar amplifiers, including several Peavey amps, through an algorithm that analyzes the interactions of the components at the circuit level, based on the amps' original schematics.

Features:
  • 15 amp models, including Peavey 6505, JSX, Classic, ValveKing and Triple XXX.
  • Modules in amp head, preamp and power amp formats.
  • Two operation modes, with 64-bit and oversampling in HQ mode for hi-fi fanatics.
  • FFT based convolution reverb, including sampled spring reverb.
  • More than 150 speaker samples using real-time convolution and membrane modeling.
  • Standard Tuner and Simul-Tuner with six independent tuners for tuning to presets.

U.S. MSRP $299.99

For more info: www.peavey.com.
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