Peavey Escort 2000
Peavey Escort 2000

Escort 2000, Portable PA Speaker Cabinet from Peavey in the Escort series.

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MGR/Ulises 06/02/2003

Peavey Escort 2000 : MGR/Ulises's user review

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After an exhausting investigation about this gear and its pros and cons, I finally got it yesterday.
I got it in a downtown store in Mexico City, for $5400 pesos (about $570 US Dollars).
As a Live performer (piano and vocals) in a Lobby Bar, I was in the need of a consistent, practical, versatile and affordable PA equipment, and I read almost everything there is about portable PA's.
I was adviced to give the Escort2000 a try. So I did, during a Birthday party, where I played the piano and sang for about a hundred people, outdoors.
I wondered at first if the gear would be enough powerful to fill the place, it was a quite big garden. It did! Not only that, but my voice sounded clear, at a good volume, and the portable piano did too.
Everybody at the party was surprised for the perfect sound, and the "so small equipment".
Days after, I had the chance to try it at the Maria Isabel Sheraton Hotel and Towers Mexico City, where I work, at the Lobby Bar. I would say it's one of those really big old fashioned style Lobby Bars, and it sounded perfectly.

I just love the clearness of the sound coming out of the speakers. It only takes my roadie 5 minutes to set it up and 5 to put it away. It is a very complete gear and easy to handle, easy to assemble and easy to carry. It fits exactly to the trunk of my car and I just think I made the deal of my life.

There's nothing I dislike about the unit.

The gear includes two resistant speakers, the stands are light but firm at the same time, the design of the unit is great!

I highly recommend this portable gear for all Live performers that play in Clubs, Churches, Schools, Restaurants, Bars and Hotels. And for Events, it is worth the investment. The best gear for solo performers, guitarists, keyboardists and of course, singers.

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