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  • Nice but no reverb

    Peavey Rage 258Published on 12/17/12 at 17:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp transistor classical
    HP 8 '
    25 watts

    UTILIZATION

    Basic Setup
    There is a sound quickly, there is not much knob.
    One branch, we light one plays.
    Two types of sounds if I remember correctly, a mode distortion vintage and modern.

    SOUNDS

    Then we come to the heart ..
    This is an amp that I was well serviced and costs only 90euros new.
    So for the price I'm not going to cut it but give my opinion.
    HP low-end slam very, very medium, no reverb.
    The volume knob is not at all progressive, appart I never have more than 2, one has the impression that it is actually much higher.
    A one millimeter, it is either inaudible sound is too loud, annoying.
    Its very dry.
    The......
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    Amp transistor classical
    HP 8 '
    25 watts

    UTILIZATION

    Basic Setup
    There is a sound quickly, there is not much knob.
    One branch, we light one plays.
    Two types of sounds if I remember correctly, a mode distortion vintage and modern.

    SOUNDS

    Then we come to the heart ..
    This is an amp that I was well serviced and costs only 90euros new.
    So for the price I'm not going to cut it but give my opinion.
    HP low-end slam very, very medium, no reverb.
    The volume knob is not at all progressive, appart I never have more than 2, one has the impression that it is actually much higher.
    A one millimeter, it is either inaudible sound is too loud, annoying.
    Its very dry.
    The sound is very clear quelcuonques, I was surprised not against saturation for such a small amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Ultra cool because it is very light or moving it you want without taking space.
    Ideal for evening or jam for a little beef in the colleague.
    A dry without reverb, medium with very low which quickly slaps in the HP.
    Saturation very nice for such a small amp "cheap"
    It costs 100euros not even he did nothing away from the exceptional, but for the price it was 25watts and saturation 'nice little one that is good microphones.
    That said it is not fully usable watts for the HP too quickly spits and drools less than half the volume.

    I would do that choice, in place of j would buy time to leave a 50 euro more for a roland cube 20 watts which sends the paté campaign and has some good effects of integrated and quality.
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  • Horrible!!

    Peavey Rage 258Published on 04/26/11 at 11:51
    This thing has the transtube technology which sounds really good in the Vypyr series but just sounds terrible in this amp. This amp reminds me of everything I hate about solid state amps. It sounds like a trash can banging around and the distortion it creates from that noise. Oh and I forgot about how noisy this thing is...my gosh does this thing make and incredible amount of noise when in the dirty channel. It is very annoying to have that amount of circular noise in an amp.


    Peavey Rage 258 Features:

    * 25 watts (rms) into 8 ohms
    * 8" Blue Marvel speaker
    * TransTube tube emulation circuitry
    * Clean and Lead channels
    * Three-band passive EQ
    * Three-position EQ......
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    This thing has the transtube technology which sounds really good in the Vypyr series but just sounds terrible in this amp. This amp reminds me of everything I hate about solid state amps. It sounds like a trash can banging around and the distortion it creates from that noise. Oh and I forgot about how noisy this thing is...my gosh does this thing make and incredible amount of noise when in the dirty channel. It is very annoying to have that amount of circular noise in an amp.


    Peavey Rage 258 Features:

    * 25 watts (rms) into 8 ohms
    * 8" Blue Marvel speaker
    * TransTube tube emulation circuitry
    * Clean and Lead channels
    * Three-band passive EQ
    * Three-position EQ voicing switch (also
    * great for bues harp!)
    * 1/4" stereo CD input/direct out jack
    * Low damping-factor for lively tube power amp sound
    * Headphone jack

    UTILIZATION

    Details
    Type Solid State
    Number of Channels 2
    Power 25W
    Speakers 1 x 8" Blue Marvel
    No Effects
    No Reverb
    EQ Low, Mid, High
    Amp Modeling No Amp Modeling
    Number of Models 0
    Number of Tubes 0
    Preamp Tubes No Tubes
    Power Tubes No Tubes
    Inputs 1 x Instrument
    No Outputs
    No Footswitch I/O
    No Effects Loop

    SOUNDS

    This is just terrible! It reminds me of the crappy Boss metal pedals that sound thin and nothing like tube distortion. This amp is better fit for a trash can than actually being played. I am a fan of Peavey amps and so this review isn't some slight against the company...this is just a terrible amp.

    I am scratching my head why they have even released this amp. The Vypyr series which is the exact same price sounds enormously better than this amp. It is like two different companies made these amps and not just Peavey.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This amp is a complete and utter waste of money. If you want a usable solid amp in the exact same price range then do the Peavey Vypyr. This amp is just flat out garbage. It can say it any clearer than that. I do not recommend this amp to anyone. I do recommend to Peavey to stop selling this hunk of trash!
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  • A very nice little amp

    Peavey Rage 258Published on 04/24/11 at 13:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What type of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?
    Transistor-am-bid with a technology that emulates the lamps (mouais. ..)
    HP8 "Blue Marvel

    What connection?
    Out-HP
    CD input
    Instrument input

    What is the power delivered?
    25W-transistor

    What are the settings, effects? ...
    -3-band EQ (Low, Mid and High, which correspond to the bass, midrange and treble)
    2 channels that share a common EQ (for the price, do not expect anything else) that match the clean channel and the Lead channel.
    I note the presence of a 3-position switch that influences the sound more or less (Stack, Modern and Vintage)

    Good Q / P = 7 / 10

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is simple?
    "Very simple,......
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    What type of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?
    Transistor-am-bid with a technology that emulates the lamps (mouais. ..)
    HP8 "Blue Marvel

    What connection?
    Out-HP
    CD input
    Instrument input

    What is the power delivered?
    25W-transistor

    What are the settings, effects? ...
    -3-band EQ (Low, Mid and High, which correspond to the bass, midrange and treble)
    2 channels that share a common EQ (for the price, do not expect anything else) that match the clean channel and the Lead channel.
    I note the presence of a 3-position switch that influences the sound more or less (Stack, Modern and Vintage)

    Good Q / P = 7 / 10

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is simple?
    "Very simple, few settings, perfect for a beginner.

    The manual is clear and sufficient?
    "I do not remember a manual ....

    Do you get a good sound easy?
    -For a beginner who wants to scratch quietly without making too much noise, it is quite enough;

    SOUNDS

    Will it fit your style of music?
    Yes and no, for all Clean tones and with a slight overdrive of the amp, it suffit.Pour other styles such as Rock and Metal HardRock, a distortion pedal (or a multi-effects, when eh ... you're a beginner) is to be expected because of its lead channel is too rough beyond the stroke of half the volume pot (and again).
    However, given the small size of HP (8 "), you will not get a distortion in her famous.

    What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?
    "Everything is a matter of settings and how you jouez.J 've been able to obtain satisfactory sound (considering the price of the amp.)

    "With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    Ibanez RG370DX (before selling) and a copy of Start (Tanglewood Nevada)

    -What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?
    Again, these are the sounds that have them clean my favor.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For how long have you been using it?
    -I used when I had my Ibanez before resell.

    For how long have you been using it? What thing do you like most/least about it? Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Non-

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    -Pros: Good sound, cheap and simple adjustments
    -Cons: HP is too small, not top Lead channel

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Bon = 7 / 10

    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
    -With experience, no, I do not do it again this election, but an amp that I recommend for beginners.
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  • Peavey Rage 258Published on 03/15/10 at 14:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    25W transistor amp
    1 HP 8 "
    Enter a guitar
    A direct input to the HP
    Volume 1 - 1 switch to switch on its saturated
    1 Pre Gain and Post Gain
    3 band EQ has a
    A tone selector has 3 positions
    1 Headphone
    That's not bad for a transistor amp in this price range

    UTILIZATION

    It's pretty simple to make a correct sound. A newbie is not going to lose


    SOUNDS

    The clean sound is a bit cold but slamming
    I play it with a copy of strat
    In disto on the other hand is really good for this price. Everything can be kind of like her


    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought 2 years ago for 120 Euros.
    But as a first amp it is really not bad
    I recommend it for beginners who do not want to ruin an amp in......
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    25W transistor amp
    1 HP 8 "
    Enter a guitar
    A direct input to the HP
    Volume 1 - 1 switch to switch on its saturated
    1 Pre Gain and Post Gain
    3 band EQ has a
    A tone selector has 3 positions
    1 Headphone
    That's not bad for a transistor amp in this price range

    UTILIZATION

    It's pretty simple to make a correct sound. A newbie is not going to lose


    SOUNDS

    The clean sound is a bit cold but slamming
    I play it with a copy of strat
    In disto on the other hand is really good for this price. Everything can be kind of like her


    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought 2 years ago for 120 Euros.
    But as a first amp it is really not bad
    I recommend it for beginners who do not want to ruin an amp in too costly
    I refrigerant selected EF

    Raport good quality / price
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