Peavey ReValver MK III.V
Peavey ReValver MK III.V

ReValver MK III.V, Software Amp Simulator from Peavey in the Revalver series.

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synfactory 07/20/2011

Peavey ReValver MK III.V : synfactory's user review

« Great high gain sims! »

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Guitar Amp Modelling Software compatible with Mac and PC.

20 amp models, including Peavey 6505, Classic, 3120, Sensation 20, Masterpiece 50, ValveKing and JSX amps and Budda SuperDrive and V-Series amps. The other amps are modelled after a Diezel Herbert, Marshall JCM900, Mesa Dual Rectifier, Matchless, Orange, Fender Bassman, Vox Ac30, 1962 Marshall Bluesbreaker.
12 Preamplifiers
9 Power Amplifiers
21 Stomp box / pedal-type effects

12 rack-style effects
More than 778 speaker simulations using real-time convolution and membrane modeling
8 Utility Functions including tuners, analyzer, splitters, and more
Fully MIDI mappable
VST®, RTAS®, Audio Units™ compatible
ASIO® / WDM, Core Audio™
Standalone or Plugin


I’ve used this both stand alone and as a plugin in Logic Pro 9 with Ownhammer and Redwirez external Impulse Responses (the software however comes with 778 own IR)

I have a Mac Pro 2.66 Quad Core with 8 GB of ram and a White Macbook with Intel Core 2 Duo Cpu with 4 GB of Ram.

Apogee Duet 2 as interface.

The manual is well written


I have to admit that in my opinion Peavey done a really good job with this amp sim. Together with the free LePou plugins, it is the best amp simulator.
However where it really shines is in the High Gain deparment. Especially the 6505+ and the Orange simulations. The thing that makes this software unique is the fact that in the advanced settings of the amp you can virtually swap and change tubes and components. In this way you can create your custom “mods” without the fear of being electrocuted!

Peavey does a really good job especially in the simulation of its own gear.
I think they put more attention because they have the original schematics.
The included effects are ok, but I prefer to use external plugins for that.
However I advice to buy the HP version of it (it includes only the Peavey Related Amps), it’s cheaper and it will give you great results. Use it together with the free LePou Plugins and you will be more than happy!