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Peavey Triple XXX Super 40 EFX
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Peavey Triple XXX Super 40 EFX

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey belonging to the Triple XXX series.

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Publié le 11/16/06 à 11:39
Amp lamp see the other view says it all

UTILIZATION

Very simple, one channel clean / crunch and a satellite channel, effects that are driver via the pedal
however I baiise note because you can not change from clean to crunch than not that pressing the button on the facade!
naz it live because it is condemned to choose definitely between the two!

SOUNDS

Voilaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
is a super good Becane! the music is very clean cash is a wonderfully pedals
The crunch is very beautiful but not accessible via the pedals (that! me crazy that the balls)
is the saturated genial on vintage to modern with a grain more than nice!

OVERALL OPINION

I noted this amp for small plans because of its size and power it help me much! It keeps me from my lugged with a fridge on the train
I paid 650 euros ais OCCAZ and I am very happy
if I had more I sousou perhaps the primary model over the three channels but the mem Gabari
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