Peavey Solo Discontinued

Peavey Solo Discontinued

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Solo Discontinued, Portable Guitar Amp from Peavey.

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Peavey Solo Discontinued tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Peavey
  • Model: Solo Discontinued
  • Category: Portable Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 10/09/2006

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Peavey Solo Discontinued user reviews

Average Score:3.0( 3/5 based on 3 reviews )
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martin51's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Peavey Solo Discontinued
This is a guitar amplifier is rather intended to work at home (it is not called for nothing ...). Solo This is a 15W tube amp so it's enough to work alone.
There are three settings: Low (accentuating the bass), Mid, and High (emphasizing the treble).
No effect


The configuration is simple given the limited opportunity it offers. Canal clean with the right set is obtained a sound not great but a little high, it's still correct.
I do not know what to say on the manual, it's been a long time since I lost it. But on the box of the amp there are examples of settings to get the sounds you want which is quite nice when you start.


It is suitable for any type of music but you sound rather poor.
I play with a Yamaha Pacifica 112V which sounds fine on the other amp.
No effect available EXCEPT Channel Overdrive which can adjust the sound and the gain.
With proper adjustments it can get very sharp sounds and other more classic.
The Overdrive I think a big problem, it must be of a quality product, because when we get it working on anything very good, it is still a little fat and inaudible.


I used 2 years, no problem of degradation of the sound, it has remained the same until the last moment. It was my first amp, I took it and began to admit that after a year I did not use even more, preferring to play without plugging my guitar.
The value for money is pretty decent since it down.
For someone who is really motivated by the guitar, I would not recommend it, better buy a better quality amp for 100 Euro more direct.

kimiad71's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Peavey Solo Discontinued
The solo that I have is the photo, it's a small amplifier transistor 10, 15W I bought it about 10 years ago to play in the street. It can work with a set of batteries (LR20) or a 12v transformer but also a 12v motorcycle battery (handy in the street), there is a little bit of welding to be done to the tip and two clips connect the battery. It has an XLR microphone input and auxiliary input jack as well as, severe and acute correction and output out. No impact damage. It is a booster amplifier that connects an electro-acoustic guitar and a microphone.
Very solid design it strengthens his voice a little but do not expect miracles.
The corrections are effective, I personally favor the voice on the guitar


Simple configuration


Should be to strengthen the voice, but no more.
Above all, do not plug a bass over the HP not resist.


I use it for 10 years, I am always,
Today I think I would buy something else
but it's all about price ...

Hanghalze's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Peavey Solo Discontinued
It is a 15w amp transistor, without any effects.


The setup is really simple, like a traditional amp.
Readily obtained a nice sound, however, there must be fewer "mid" than on any other amp, because of the speaker of very poor quality which gives a "mid" constantly.


Over here is different.
Its clean = The sound is quite nice, quite normal, good old blues sound what, what is normal.
Its distortion = Ouch, it hurts, now, if you want to avoid having his beatles or rolling stones, put the "Mid" to 1. (See my comment above) then the gain is not enough I think, when playing solos with acute boxes, you'd think that plays clean.

Clean = 7 / 10
Overdrive = 4 / 10


Obviously this is an amp to work at home, you can never play with this amp in rehearsals or concert, he delivers only 15 watts. In addition, if you exceed the volume pot volume was more than 6, the sound becomes very grotty.
However, this amp is a good boyfriend when you're home and we must work. I recommend it to all beginners.

5 / 10

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