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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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Mortal Kastor Mortal Kastor
Publié le 06/09/06 à 04:27
Value For Money : Excellent
All Tube 40w Combo. 2 6L6 power, interchangeable with the EL34 without retapper SETTING THE bias.

Level connections, it is necessary, but not to the top.
To be picky:
an "only" between guitar (2 in high & low impdance have t cool)
an effects loop without SETTING THE mix wet / dry
9 pin din connection (from memory) for the footswitch
hp external output, 16 ohms, which does not cut the internal speaker (but there are ways to hack)

2 channels (1 crunch / clean & Lead 1), switchable on pdalier. A switch crunch / clean on the first channel, not available on the pdalier (trsbte).

SETTING THE volume, gain, 3 band EQ, reverb indpendants on each channel.
Active EQ on Lead channel

Spring reverb effects indpendante numriques.

Handy:
A volume boost of up 6 dB, switchable to pdalier. trs cool for a moment out of the mix.

Effects:
Effect on a eight to choose from, a + delay.
Paramtrable delay with tap tempo button, + many itrations / mix.

effects: rglage wet / dry. + Maximum 2 per paramtres effect.
The chorus, phaser, flanger sound good (for effects Intgr an amp).
The autowah, leslie, tremolo & bof are hard for the rgler convincing.
The octave is really ugly. Like most Octavers, when playing an agreement is n'impote what. but also note an octave gnre here is synthetic ultra. And no way to get more than 50/50 in the mix (and still means just the note an octave lower).

Rglage derrire Lampl to switch to 220 or 240V (cool to counter the surge of the EDF;)), and playing on the sound rglage of HP (the drier or fat).

short, the good stuff overall.

UTILIZATION

Config galre some level EQ and distortion (particularly lead channel "ultra"). APRS is used to having his prvoir rglages advance by imagining what was going to give high volume and a complete group. therefore has to be careful because the sound changes at all while increasing volume.

level recording presets and use footswitch, nickel.

Fr manual available on the net, complete and well done (except the part recording presets is in English!).

SOUNDS

Between playing the big rock and metal, for me it is excellent! DIFFERENT sounds trs, trs versatile amp (I make incusrions in the pink floyd, punk no problem!).

I play it with an Ibanez 7-string, the SI is very well received. I add a chorus, a distortion (DS-1) in boost between the guitar and amp, a wah in the loop (style rage against the machine), a tuner (prs of many scrapes sr) . Whenever possible, try to avoid too many pedals, the amp blowing a bit. The reverb is too close to the HP (and fragile: 2 time I redo the welds)

Its levels, many rglages allow a large range of sounds, and everything in Manir prcise well. Super dynamic.
You get a lead solo ultra sharp or heavy rhythm with heavy palm mute good. I confess that I find the distortion channel Ultra somewhat abused. I do not see the advantage of Exceeds 2 hours even for the extreme metal, APRS The definition is lost.

Ngatif one point: you need a cab outside firm to tweak the amp to cut the internal speaker and use the bottom or live rpt: more serious, more EHJV better distribution (not hard with the base a 1X12 open back).

OVERALL OPINION

Trs good amp!
Playable home (sounds pretty low volume), nickel RPTES level of power. for the live prvoir a cab or be transplanted outside.
I tried many other amps (modlisation, tt lamps - ValveKing, rg50tc ...-, stack ...). Ms. its ERRF, 120w 2x12 combo version that costs a fortune and can not Capua, and the head version which would have contributed the wrath of my neighbors.

The power is really good for the RPET and small rooms. Less bulky than a stack. Lumire to years of a transistor.

Trs (trs) quality good value for money.

Heavy, but sturdy.

Heater unless AC30 but m'vite to heating in the winter when I play it long.

I would do the same choice, it is really suited my needs.
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