Peavey Studio Pro 112 II (Discontinued)
Peavey Studio Pro 112 II (Discontinued)

Studio Pro 112 II (Discontinued), Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey in the Studio Pro series.

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iamqman 07/08/2011

Peavey Studio Pro 112 II (Discontinued) : iamqman's user review

"Cool little amp"

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Peavey is a great company and their prices are reflective of that care for the budget of most consumers. They continue to put out great sounding pieces of gear for extremely affordable prices. Even there highest end amplifiers are well under $1500.

This little amp is a great practice amp. It has a powerful 65 watts which in many cases is too much for practice. also these come with the transtube technology which is about the best way you can get a close tube amp sound out of a solid state amp.



* 65 watts (rms)
* 12 inch Blue Marvel® speaker
* T.Dynamics® control
* High & low gain inputs
* Separate volume/gain controls
* Low, mid and high EQ
* EQ/gain voicing switches
* Channel select switch on front panel
* Footswitchable reverb and channel select
* Effects send and return
* External speaker jack


* Dimensions 21.875" W x 17.625" H x 10.75" D (Unpacked), 24.25" W x 20.75" H x 13.125" D (Packed)
* Weight 39 lbs. (Packed), 34.5 lbs. (Unpacked)


This amp is a little gem of an amp. You can get a decent but not great clean tone and a good high gain tone as well. I have never been a fan of the Peavey clean tones. They seem to have very little life or soul in them. However, that isn't why most people look to Peavey for their amplifier needs.

People go to Peavey for one good prices and also great high gain amps. This amp has a sweet sounding high gain tone that is very forgiving and fun to play around with. The amp is very forgiving and easy to play. If you have ever spend time on a VHT or a Splawn then you will know how tight and unforgiving those amps can be. This one is loose on the distortion side.


I am not sure what the going rate for these amps are now a days. They couldn't be too much money. I have seen them depending on the features as low as $100 and all the way up to $250. Not sure exactly what the differences were as I wasn't looking to buy but they are relatively inexpensive to own.

I would recommend this to anyone who needs a good sounding multi channel amp for a good price. This will be a good practice amp and not designed for stages really. You can play them on stage somewhere but you might get an ear full from a the sound man.