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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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R'nar R'nar
Publié le 12/24/04 à 20:37
I do not possde EFX version, but the simple version (no effect).
This is a nice combo trs any lamp, delivered 6L6 but it is possible via a simple push up the EL34, so no complicated SETTING THE Bias. Good point! Ct connectors: one comes into faade for the instrument, can be found on the rear of the loop because the jack for pdalier (supplied) and output That a HP . Another positive point on the rear there is always a three switch positions to mitigate the power of HP while keeping the grain desire ... Another good point.
Faade In addition to the international heating and of starting, there is a switch to select the channel saturated or bright / crunch and thirteen potentiomtres: 6 + one for each channel volume boost.
Finally, a small push button to select the crunch / clear.
Ct rglages found the traditional equalo three bands named Bass / Mid / Treble controls for the clear and Bottom / Body / edge to the distortion channel and 2 combined earnings, 2 volumes and 2 reverbs.
Ct TRIPLEXXX40 the power is supposed dlivrer 40W RMS 16Ohms.
The look between modern and gives a singularity rtro any particulire this amp ... trs is beautiful and the finish is perfect.

UTILIZATION

Ct's clear and crunches, the rglages are quickly trs ear is a versatile amp but trs possde extraordinary power while keeping a perfect clear . GNR grain through tubes trs is beautiful, we can all play a little prs, even if this amp has more t pens to play rock, hard of seeing.
The distortion when it is hard rgler trs, but once it is near perfection of its lamp "modern".
The manual is in English but not essential ... on the Trifouille rglages to find his sound and forward!

The only default is that my taste pdalier not control the channel change / light saturated bypass and volume boost. He'll have t be useful to add a bypass but also a reverb knob / light crunch ...

SOUNDS

It is perfect for playing pop or rock, I have not made the foray into blues and jazz styles but I think it is possible to find happiness. I plug in my gnral Wha, my big muff and my multi with my Les Paul and sounds terrible! I have all the same a little penchant for clean sounds powerful style Rolling Stones ... I almost never employs the distortion of the amp but I tested from time to time and I found a nice grain.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two months, I like the grain of sound trs Submitted lamp ...
What I hate: weight = 27kg for a combo of this size was sore hand during transport.
I have had several amps before this one, none had the same sound, same grain ... I sold my Fenders, Marshalls, Peavey TransTube ... I kept my Laney TF200 (hybrid) and TripleXXX40 which I do not play that mainly.
The report quality price trs interressant the views of the quality of this amp that it is his look, or finish her.

I plan to buy a similar MODEL a few months ...
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