Peavey ValveKing 112
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Peavey ValveKing 112

ValveKing 112, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey in the ValveKing series.

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All user reviews of 2/5 for the Peavey ValveKing 112

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dobutamine11/13/2007

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

Peavey ValveKing 112
All Tube Amp 50 watts
its a clean one distortion over a gadget or two to change the sound

UTILIZATION

Easy configuration, clear manual! To get a good sound c is different!

SOUNDS

I've used the strat with us, and deception .... the sound seems to compress and does not make the nuances of the guitar! Al use the clean sound can become acceptable, the distortion is quite 'hard' but it is quickly drowned in a horrible brew, I did the test by experienced musicians: same conclusion

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased in July, sold last week by selling off the price! J have opted for a classic 30 ocas d: as the price bonheur.pour the ValveKing is drinkable but better save a little and buy something else, the game worth it! has strongly discouraged.
marco_hurtinside06/01/2007

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

Peavey ValveKing 112
_PEAVEY Valveking 112 combo
_puissance: 50 watts into 16 ohms
_amplification: all-tube
_effets: a clean channel, a channel reverb saturune

UTILIZATION

Configuration is very simple, just be a little too ...
trs some versatility to my taste: only a clear channel and a channel saturbr /> amp sounds quite effective in vintage
You should also know that tube amps are fragile it is to work at home but should not carry too hard ...

SOUNDS

By discovering this amp I thought: "finally an all-tube super cheap"
I rushed into the first store which I test and the Beast ... big disappointment
Although it feels really heat lamps on the clean channel but trs dificil get a brilliant all round is relatively
channel gives saturated sounds trs crunchy but impossible to get distortion like metal over a single saturation is possible which is a rev limit my taste to an amp in this range

OVERALL OPINION

An all-tube amp low end trs medium (or mdiocre) seri a lack of versatility and power even if there is a need admetre trs good report quality price that made the r Peavey reputation (it is a very light anyway!!)
is an amp that sounds a bit much prs style blues but I grateux deprecated for rock and metal
I personally opt for a Peavey Bandit 112, it is more powerful, cheaper, more versatile (3CH clear, distortion, 3CH) and sends it over a potato mmorable has to cry your neighbors!
spacekiwi05/23/2007

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

Peavey ValveKing 112
Yet there are very good lights .. I understand too ..

UTILIZATION

Easy to use, against by the sound: S

SOUNDS

I tried very carefully to the Peavey ValveKing 112 (with a gibson LP studio), completely stinks, it's crap Atomic, the sound is completely eaten, we understand anything that comes out ... I recommended to the world tt (strange opinions "extremely" positive to it, like some people have for 8 seconds, that have not even opened the package and already posting a zip on AF through 10/10 .. or else my ears clogged qd I tried it ^ ^ tt in case the Marshall Vintage Modern 2266C after I tried led me ^ ^)
The distortion: the fog .. not really accurate, it looks like a bit of a musty old disto tt a multi purpose zoom prize .. tro is noise.

OVERALL OPINION

I do not recommend this amp lamp low-end amplifier transistor are cheaper that sound better ...
I personally recommend a good Fender HotRod Deluxe or best bcp for almost the same price: a Marshall Vintage Modern 2266C (an excellent amp!) But this is the price of 2 x Peavey.