Peavey Bandit 112 II (Made in China) (Discontinued)
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Peavey Bandit 112 II (Made in China) (Discontinued)

Bandit 112 II (Made in China) (Discontinued), Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey in the Bandit series.

yoTrakkz 11/08/2011

Peavey Bandit 112 II (Made in China) (Discontinued) : yoTrakkz's user review

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The Peavey Transtube Bandit 112, What an amp! It has a bit of a learning curve because this amp does so much and it sounds so good. I played at church with it for the first time today. All the other players play through a PA system and I just played through the amp. I didn’t even turn it up past 1/4 and it was almost to loud. The pedal is a must have. I bought the MKII Express, but I wish I had the extra $100 to buy the short board. It would make it so much easier to go through the user presets and with the short board you can turn on and off the effects as needed.


UTILIZATION

The Peavey Transtube Bandit 112 provides the working musician with an affordable amp that delivers. Its Great for small venue gigs, practice, and with its line out has the ability to sound great for recording or direct input into a pa. the sixteen amp models are worth the price by themselves, but add the 500 patches and you should be able to create or cover any sound you like. the amp has a very tight bottom and sparkling tops. for 300 dollars it would be hard to find any other amp that could compete. and did i mention 20 fully editable effects which you can run 4 at one time.

SOUNDS


I Put this amp on and had an idea for song in no time at all. If you are looking for more of a Heavier/palm muting/Heavy Metal sound go with the Peavey Vyper, without a doubt. I have both. But for fun and inspiration this is the way to go. I don't regret the purchase. The cleans are better and less compressed on this than the Peavey but the Peavey takes the cake on the Heavy stuff.

OVERALL OPINION


Sounds great with my strat, but can't get what sound i'm looking for playing my SG. Sounds good for rock, but if blues or country is what your playing, I'd look elsewhere.