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Peavey ValveKing Royal 8
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Peavey ValveKing Royal 8

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey belonging to the ValveKing series.

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ludovicloco ludovicloco
Publié le 03/12/10 à 07:07
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UTILIZATION

I used this amp so far to play quietly in bars (two guitars / two songs without a sound system) so without pushing. It was now up to correct a small amp that made me good service. After modification (output jack on HP + 1 additional DI with 1 master), I plugged into a Marshall 4X12 with advice from the guy who made me the mods is a ......... fucking amp, the sound is huge, it feels light, full nose, he respects my game I connected this config ds above a strat U.S. deluxe les paul and a P 90, what a slap, a great sound by pushing the gain almost to max and master as for rock, blues and even the hard and heavy (not too well qd)
He tears

SOUNDS

difficult to get a clear sound at high volume, or else have to play the guitar volume (the former). Great sound with a clone of TS added over 808 (all ds sent a 4X12 marshall 2x12 or homemade)
The dynamic is enormous, varied opportunities while we're part of good effects.
So, I bought a second Mini to make it into his head.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for over a year. I tried many other amps (all types ...)
value for money used nickel, I steins well one more to make me a second head to play in stereo or plug it into a 4X10 next is in process.
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