Peavey Triumph 60 Ultra Gain

Peavey Triumph 60 Ultra Gain

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Triumph 60 Ultra Gain, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey.

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  • Manufacturer:Peavey
  • Model:Triumph 60 Ultra Gain
  • Category:Tube Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/11/2003

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Peavey Triumph 60 Ultra Gain user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 5 reviews )
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MGR/Blues4you's review"Peavey Triumph 60"

Peavey Triumph 60 Ultra Gain
Professional for over 20 years , covering everything from blues to country to rock .
Have used this amp for as many genres as you can shake a stick at , and it has always come through with flying colours .

Bought sometime during the 90's for about £550 from Dawsons . At the time , it was a similar price to most high end Fenders and Marshalls , but it sounded so much better in the testing booths , and when it was cranked up on stage , it really had a lot of charachter .

Big sounding amp , capable of playing any style , and independant of effects pedals .Nice cleans , smooth overdrive .
The clean is a very nice sound , and has a clean boost switch / bright switch which can be useful . The 2 dirty channels are crunch and Ultra , and these can be combined for rythm playing , and lead , in either channel . Very nice pleasing distortion when cranked .
This amp is also a monster when cranked , but can hold a tone at low volumes too , which makes it ideal for smaller gigs and practise .

It is quite heavy for a single speaker combo , but rugged .
In over 15 years , it has only had 1 fault with a wire , which was easily rectified .
Would prefer it to be point to point hand wired with gold , but I guess thats asking a bit much ;-)

Construction excellent as always by Peavey .
No issues whatsoever , and the black tolex still looks like new .

This amp should be a future classic , and can be picked up quite cheaply second hand . One of the best amps i've had .

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MGR/Cole Kelsay11/26/2003

MGR/Cole Kelsay's review"Peavey Triumph 60"

Peavey Triumph 60 Ultra Gain
I ran across this amp at a music store played it and loved it. I payed $300 for it.

This amp was amp of the year in 91 and now i know why. This unit is almost perfect. It is an all tube 60-watt amp. This amp is so loud and has such a great tone it will knock you socks off. I turned this amp up to three on the master volume and WOW! This amp also lets you use it as a head you can attach it to cabnets. It has to overdrive and a clean. It comes with a footswitch. I have Scorpion speakers in mine and i haven't heard a better amp yet.

It only has one EQ.

This amp is built excellent. I've had it only a few weeks but it has stood up to my abuse and i give it alot of abuse.

If your looking for a great amp you need to check out the Peavey Triumph 60. This is the best amp i have ever played and i've been playing for years.

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noursifle's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" clear sound warm and full, sharp saturation"

Peavey Triumph 60 Ultra Gain
- "Hancrafted in the USA" then hand assembled in the USA, this is a good sign!
- I have changed the 6 lights DD series for USA, I gained heat and definition, its clear now worthy of the best Fender 2000 euros.
- Hp 12 Electro Voice
- 60 watts but you can play at home or on stage through post-gain controls that serve as master volume.
- Even Equalization for 3 channels: bass, treble medium, presence (the latter radically changes the sound)
- Beautiful reverb.
- Effects loop

Lamps with USA DD I put 10 as the clean sound is really great!


It plugs and plays.


I play old stuff like Hendrix or the Stooges and more modern things like pixies, sonic youth, satriani.
The clean channel with lamps JJ became rich and full, perfect for blues especially connected with a Big Muff which makes her a little dirty! There is a bright button that toggles a fat to a more crystalline. The clean sound is worthy of a kind 2000 euros amp Fender Twin or Rivera ...
The overdrive channel is sharp enough dry, ideal for play or ACDC Rolling Stone, it is very clear and defined, so you can plug in the pedals without losing definition.
Sound severe Ultra Gain hard! Ideal for playing rock solos or Van Halen, or the Steve Morse had this amp in his set! With a vox wha sound becomes very vintage, we can play solo or Hendrixiens Stooges, more vintage.


This is a 2 amp face, a clear or very bluesy with crystal button Bright and saturation very clear and precise rock. Simply plug a big muff for a fat for the blues to Steve Ray Vaughan. In short, a very complete tool that will put in his pro set.

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

Peavey Triumph 60 Ultra Gain

Tube amp:

2 power tubes
4 lamps preamp

Displayed power 60 watts (in practice, I think we're beyond that, I cover a Marshal Valvestate with 4 HP)
2 input (high gain, low gain)
A clean channel with bright (push / pull), Gain, Bass, Mid, Treble
Crunch channel with a pre and post gain swich + (+ gain)
Lead channel 1 "Ultra Gain" with pre and post gain (more gain)
Voicing common to the crunch and lead channels with Bottom, Body and Edge

1 Master volume
1 reverb
2 interuptor (preheating and start-up)

1 connection effects loop in and out
Switchable to 4 or 8 ohm output with each
HP a lot!

My opinion: complete connectivity, channel 3 (cool), very precise and EQ footswitch 3 channels and reverb.


For settings, it's simple but it's an amp with a great range of sound, we must seek to create his own.


I play more blues and jazz, this amp is better in a record rock / hardcore / metal

The clean sounds are slammin but not brilliant
The crunch is nikel (rolling stones and Company)
The distorted sounds are huge Nirvana Metalica, we can raiment the "shape" thanks to the voicing. There really gain a lot if you use the swich (+ gain), it can become very fat.

I play on stratocaster but I had a Les Paul, and I must say that I took a bit to Slash on this amp. What is surprising is that going to a vintage sound to its bare-metal highly compressed simply by using the voicing (3-band EQ)

In short it is versatile but in the Rock, for Jazzeux is not the right choice.
You understood, it is an amp for guitarists "excited" that seeks power and big sound. Repeating, in a club or at home, no problem except that the 22 kilos of beast.

I put 6 / 10 because the clean sounds are average.


It must be 10 years since I played on Peavey, not technical problems.
I love her big sound, the EQ very effective.
I do not like its sounds clear enough jazz for me.

I played on dozens of amps, I must say that it surprised me at first in the store I did not try it because it was a Peavey, I ended the buy and I do not regret it one amp robust, powerful and has a wide range of distorted sounds.

For the price, it's a good amp, the tube amps of today are very expensive and not always as versatile.

I recommend this amp to a young person who starts and who wants fare noise and repeat with his friends, or a guitarist who has confirmed his chosen style: rock / hardcore / metal.

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