Peavey Vandenberg Signature
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Peavey Vandenberg Signature

Vandenberg Signature, STC-Shaped Guitar from Peavey.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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frederic.pe05/13/2005

frederic.pe's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Peavey Vandenberg Signature
Manufactures hand the United States Mahogany, Bolt as stocky, table bne, 24 jumbo frets.
2 microphone, 1 humbucking "Alnico" without a single brand and equally discreet about its origins. The two microphones are lightweight oblique.
Bridge Floyd Rose Kahler under license. 2 volume knobs (no tone!), A selector 3 positions

UTILIZATION

Channel trs enjoyable, fast and prcis, excellent Access in Aiges. The shape is perfect, well balance, but trs heavy (almost as much as a LP -> Mahogany !!!). The dry sound is clear, but TRS prcis warm, many colors.

SOUNDS

If the violin MRIT do not blame the electronics, this is another problem. The microphones are powerful but too origins bveux (mostly double) in the bass. As I use a lower tone has not bve more adgouline. So I simply replaced by a Seymour Duncan Hot Rails and a double left his place TB6, what he needs done everything (-> mahogany!). I also change the knobs, 1 vol and 1 tone

OVERALL OPINION

Bought new in 1990, originally pink, I dcap and varnished, she gained what she lost lgance ridiculous. She stood at the equivalent of 1250, I would say in hindsight, it's a bit expensive, but the favorites ...
frederic.pe03/14/2005

frederic.pe's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Peavey Vandenberg Signature
USA 1989
24 fr
1 Seymour Duncan TB59 + 1 SHR1
Kahler licensed Floyd Rose
vol, tone

USE

Channel narrow enough but-a playable
Rather heavy

SONORITS

Heavy Metal

NOTICE GLOBAL

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