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STC-Shaped Guitar from Peavey belonging to the Raptor series.

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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    Peavey Raptor Special

    Peavey Raptor SpecialPublished on 01/18/04 at 15:00
    I bought the Peavey when I started playing a couple of years ago. I was looking for a good beginers guitar which was reasonably priced and played well. I ought the Peavey for just £100!!

    The guitar has a great playability. It is far better priced and sounding than he yamaha pacifica 112.


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    Great pice of kit. It dosen't have bits of it starting to fall off after a while. Good quality pick-ups.Nicley sized neck.
    Nice shape.

    It has to be the perfect begginers guitar!!
    Every time I come to thinking about selling it,I just can't!
    Well worth the money

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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    I bought the Peavey when I started playing a couple of years ago. I was looking for a good beginers guitar which was reasonably priced and played well. I ought the Peavey for just £100!!

    The guitar has a great playability. It is far better priced and sounding than he yamaha pacifica 112.


    Nothing

    Great pice of kit. It dosen't have bits of it starting to fall off after a while. Good quality pick-ups.Nicley sized neck.
    Nice shape.

    It has to be the perfect begginers guitar!!
    Every time I come to thinking about selling it,I just can't!
    Well worth the money

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/Mr. Greig HawkeMGR/Mr. Greig Hawke

    Peavey Raptor Special

    Peavey Raptor SpecialPublished on 12/14/03 at 15:00
    Bought it in Village Music, Scotland with a rage amp for £139.

    Well... first of all, I shall mention that I am an experienced guitar player and that this was my first ever guitar. It did the job, but it broke a lot, even in the first few months of playing. I was, however a pretty reckless player. Low action and 3 single coil pickups. The Tone knob broke within a week and still, to this day, is not fixed. I later bought an epiphone sg. I was very satisfied with this guitar, however, it is strictly for beginners.

    Lots of stuff broke. Very expensive to fix.

    Well constructed, until it broke. Nope, not very much thought put into this unit. Come on peavey!

    Good guitar for beginners, that's al…
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    Bought it in Village Music, Scotland with a rage amp for £139.

    Well... first of all, I shall mention that I am an experienced guitar player and that this was my first ever guitar. It did the job, but it broke a lot, even in the first few months of playing. I was, however a pretty reckless player. Low action and 3 single coil pickups. The Tone knob broke within a week and still, to this day, is not fixed. I later bought an epiphone sg. I was very satisfied with this guitar, however, it is strictly for beginners.

    Lots of stuff broke. Very expensive to fix.

    Well constructed, until it broke. Nope, not very much thought put into this unit. Come on peavey!

    Good guitar for beginners, that's all.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/j.pomeroyMGR/j.pomeroy

    Peavey Raptor Special

    Peavey Raptor SpecialPublished on 01/02/03 at 15:00
    im only 11,and i wanted to get a guitar,of all the shops i looked in,a peavey stood out,the body of it is brilliant,the neck is slim but the strings are spaced out well.i only paid a mere £100 for it!

    its slim,nice,simply.....THE BEST

    .............nothing........................

    the quality is absalutly brilliant

    brilliant if your starting to play,if your not starting....you may want to get a more expensive one..................

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
  • MGR/TinMGR/Tin

    Peavey Raptor Special

    Peavey Raptor SpecialPublished on 07/09/02 at 15:00
    i bought it new n a peavey starter package for £189 it came with a peavey rage amp

    good starter guitar, sounds like a strat

    very muddy when distorted, cheap pickups, piercing highs, cheap hardware, burnt out all three singlecoils in a month

    ok, cheap, but good finish, very noisy when connected to an amp

    good starter guitar, that's it, upgrade as soon as you have problems with it, costa lot to fix

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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