Peavey Bandit 112 (Discontinued)

Peavey Bandit 112 (Discontinued)

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

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Peavey Bandit 112 (Discontinued) tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Peavey
  • Model:Bandit 112 (Discontinued)
  • Series:TransTube (Discontinued)
  • Category:Solid-State Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 12/30/2004

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Peavey Bandit 112 (Discontinued) user reviews

Average Score:3.9( 3.9/5 based on 15 reviews )
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bloodjob's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Peavey Bandit 112 (Discontinued)
100 watts, Transtube, effects loop, multiple channels for bien.ajuster his sound, while left like clockwork. No need relister features, if not remember that 100 watts with a great 12-inch Celestion hp, it was supposed to move ...


Super simple and rather versatile in its range of sound, I was not disappointed with the possibilities of sound.


This is where the shoe pinches. Breath, the feedback has larigot takes a reverb wooden crate, the crappy and cold saturations ... fortunately la.puissance was the appointment and que.j 'was able to graft at the time un.digitech RP2000. The overdrive channel has never been engaged since. This was typically the amp card for playing hard rock and metal, and I was profoundly disappointed.


This is the amp that made me buy my first tube combo. Too noisy, too everything in fact. I never managed to get sound wanted il.y was always a quack. I could replay over there with some very good stuff and I found it absolutely disgusting. On the market OCCAZ the year hughes kettner attax bury while more complete, same for the Valvestate (ah my little 8080 which rendered the soul too quickly) ... from 5150 has a big head, I've never been excited by the sound of the peavey. This bandit is aptly named ...

Hermanni's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A great amp"

Peavey Bandit 112 (Discontinued)
The amp is a Peavey Bandit 112 guitar amp transistor. It has an output of 80W (100 with optional cabinet).
It has a clean channel and a channel lead, in each case three different sounds for each channel. It also has a knob to adjust the reverb and another boost to the sound. There is a homeworld and HIGH GAIN LOW GAIN. At the rear of the amp, it has another other, a trimming power (25%, 50%, or 100%) and an output for sound card.


Use of this amp is very simple, no need to book.
The front panel is divided into three parts:
_ The clean part with a volume knob, the choice between the "vintage", "classic" or "warm" and a three-band equalizer.
_ The lead part, with a knob to adjust the gain of the distortion, the choice between the "vintage", "modern" or "high gain", a three-band EQ and a knob "post gain" which is the volume of lead channel.
_ The game master with a knob to adjust the reverb knob and the "boost".


This amp can get different types of sound as clear as saturated.
I play with mainly metal but good hard rock retro well. I play a BC Rich Virgo Celtic gratt, or sometimes my first Ibanez.
Its my fetish lead channel - the "modern"
_ Pre gain: 7
_ Low: 8-9
_ Med: 2
_ High: 6-7
_ Reverb: 6
_ Boost: 5


I almost since the beginning that I play guitar and I've never been disappointed. I tried it in a music store and I was immediately hooked. The price / quality ratio is pretty good for this type of amp.

_ A good power
_ Easy

_ The footswitch optional
_ A light breeze

cyrsay's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" wonderful"

Peavey Bandit 112 (Discontinued)
Everything is said in the preceding opinion, this is a Transtube works hard, both in clean distortion.
It is really powerful and gives pleasure.
Relatively easy manipulation, the knobs are very sensitive.


No manual for it is a Cygnus, but soon the freelance stuff and stuff like any hack is finding its sound, it makes it much!


Different styles, different sounds he accepts them, quite impressive in its capabilities, it can compete with quite a few others ... The only downside is a slight breath but hey this is no more embarrassing than that.


used recently, I've tested a lot of different amps and an excellent value for money you can not hesitate, the bandit gives only fun to play.
I was looking for and if I were to advise the yes of course without hesitating.

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

Peavey Bandit 112 (Discontinued)
Amplifier transistors
Connectivity classic footswitch to toggle the "clean" to "master".
Both channels, effects loop, taking extra hp, exit pramp.
Good reverb, powerful presence ... complete.



Ease ADJUSTMENTS can quickly satisfy the beginners or the guitarist in need of a wide variety of sounds with a minimum of hardware.


I use a stratocaster lone star.

Following the rglages get both a hyper-clean in a single coil with a wraparound rverb its saturated fat and master ...
I think this amp can "s'adaptquot; easily again, rglages prcis and potentiometers are enjoyable.


2 years of loyal service.

Report qualitprix me excellent ...
We can not always afford a double body or any lamps.

With this budget I would do the same choice.

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