Peavey Bandit 112 (Sheffield Speaker)
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Peavey Bandit 112 (Sheffield Speaker)

Bandit 112 (Sheffield Speaker), Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey in the Solo series.

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Average Score:4.2( 4.2/5 based on 7 reviews )
 4 reviews57 %
 1 user review14 %
 2 reviews29 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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elchookas02/03/2009

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

Peavey Bandit 112 (Sheffield Speaker)
Here is a transistor amp 2 channels of 80 watts rms, collected by a 12-inch model sheffield 1230.

At the rear there is a socket for the footswitch and a loop effetcs parallel.
Before there is 1 input and 1 hight low input; there is also a series effects loop.

The clean channel has 5 knobs: volume, bass, mid, high and presence. There is a button bright as to have more shine.
The overdrive channel also has 5 knobs: gain and volume, and low, medium and aigue.On is a gain knob for more saturation and a shift button that modifies the response of mediums.

A Yes, there is a general knob reverb!

it is complete and it is significant !!!!!

lack of adjustment per channel and reverb knob to adjust the level of effects loops.

UTILIZATION

It's very simple and it works, turn the knobs on the basis of musical styles performed and there was a sound more than convincing!!

No man ... this is my buddy Guiga who sold it to me ...
He had to eat it ...

Amp is very versatile as it is me the qualities (or defects) played the guitar!

SOUNDS

Ben goes on www.myspace.com / elchookas vera and you that I practice a style where there is need for clarification and distortion. I plug my LTD MH-400 in (with or without bristling with pedals) and the sound is always excellent!
For clarity, I mest all knob center and is perfect for a clean full of emotion and relief.
The saturated that plays everything thoroughly with toutefoie mediums to 5 and the shift enclenché.Si one is masochistic, we gain little trigger button as well.
I like this type of control and I find her quite warm for the transistor ...

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a little less than 1 year and I am very satisfied.
It may be a lack of adjustment per channel reverb and level adjustments for the effects loop but I do not use it .. and then I found him nothing was wrong!

I had a lot of amp (marshall, fender, peavey ...) and I have a tube amp that surpasses lllllllllllargement but I do not part with because I like the sound that comes out.

A 200 € I think I've got a good deal because my friend has had to use it ps a lot because he has a demanding work at the time.
If I had the choice again I would resume their eyes closed!
Resty11/18/2008

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

Peavey Bandit 112 (Sheffield Speaker)
Transistor amplifier, 100 watts 2 ent2es guitar, foot switch? SEND / RETURN jacks, jack hp ext taken preamp, reverb, saturation.Dommage? there would be delay. chorus and noise reductor and besion to buy a multi effects, as lack stereo output

UTILIZATION

Config ultra simple. Big sound guaranteed clear sound quality. Manuel ultra simple

SOUNDS

For metal it sounds serious! The best of this amp has prix.meilleur any competition,,, A; sounds hot enough, more than the metal pedals, masi missing chorus noise gate delay for something really qq perfect clean sounds transparent, and after must a multi effects to improve;

OVERALL OPINION

J el used for 15 years, it does not break. I deal for the studios to repeat, not too heavy, should just make the connection with head hp; = light in nickel would be cool, good value q / p but still too expensive for qq1 without tunes, and finally whether to buy qq totu thing for play, including one of the metal c; If I have a lot of tunes I buy a tube amp but I bought one the
Resty11/18/2008

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

Peavey Bandit 112 (Sheffield Speaker)
Transistor amp; 100 watts 2 ent2es guitar, foot switch? jacks send / return, making hp ext, preamp jack, reverb, saturation.Dommage? there would be delay. chorus and noise reductor and besion to buy a multi effects Lack also stereo output

USE

Config ultra simple. Big sound guaranteed; its clear quality. Ultra simple manual

SONORITS

For a metal sounds serious! The best amps at this prix.meilleur any competition ;;; whole; pretty warm sounds, more than the metal pedals, masi missing delay chorus noise gate to really have sth perfect, clear transparent sound; After requires a multi effects improve;

NOTICE GLOBAL

J el used for 15 years; is not case sensitive. I deal for studios repeated, not too heavy; should just make the head with hp connection; en = lightweight it would be cool nickel; good ratio q / p but still too expensive for qq free tunes, and finally whether to buy sth totu to play, including the metal that the c; If I have plenty of tunes I redeemed a tube amp but I redeemed the the
NfDG11/18/2008

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

Peavey Bandit 112 (Sheffield Speaker)
80W transistor amp
Early tube emulation.
2 channels (clean and drive) with several modes
reverb, effects loop and level emulation lamp

UTILIZATION

here must be over 15 years that I have mine. I bought it after having sold a Marshall Valvestate 100, the sound did not suit me (too typed marshall).
his palette is very wide, from blues to metal to jazz and others. like any good amp, just poking a little on the set (complete what it takes) to find the sound that one seeks. versatility is well established, the number of "updates" and the number of rehearsal rooms where it is found speak for themselves! While it's still a transistor amp relatively cheap, but what amp!

SOUNDS

Having played different styles of music, the quieter the more brutal, I can assure you that this amp has adapted each time.
I have connected strats, Les Paul, rows, achtops, folk, classical and more. pani problem.
playing with the settings of the amp and guitars, we find the desired sound. clean, slamming, crunch, drive, sat and sat extreme, everything is possible!

OVERALL OPINION

After 15 years, a number of trips associated with the musician and repeated shocks over time, even when it starts to get out of breath; boosted channel emits more than a big clean and feedback is noisy. But it's only a few months he kidding, he held out until then!
I particularly like the heat that can be drawn, more than just Marshall Valvestate 100 or Hughes & Ketner Attax 80 (amps that came out at the same time on the same pricing game).
he never fails, and value for money is an exemplary product of this age.
so do it again, I would resume this amp again in a heartbeat (returning in the past, of course).
Of course, it is a transistor amp relatively cheap, so those seeking a true type or the lamp will go their way.
very very good amp! still marketed today .. further proof of reliability!