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Peavey is a popular brand of DJ and musical equipment.

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      12.03.2001 04:40
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      Peavey is one of the best makes of amps. I have a Mark IV 400watt bass amp. It has never failed on me and it is dead reliable. It has 1 15” black widow in one cab and 4 10” speakers in the other cab. It is very loud and will do for any performance. I picked it up second hand I quite good nick and I will never get rid of it. It has high and low inputs and a 9 channel graphic equalizer. It has a built in chorus effect and will make any make of bass sound good. It has a punch switch to give the sound more punch and also has inputs and outputs for effects and to plug into mixers. The whole thing is about 5ft 6inches tall and weighs a lot. It is kind of hard to get around but when you got it there the sound is the best quality you can get. Overall this is a very good well built amp and I would recommend any pro bass player to get one.

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      06.09.2000 04:03
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      Peavy amplifiers are great starters for beginners because the are not very expensive at all. They give you all that you need in order to play the electric guitar but with not too much volume so you can practice and practice as much as you want and not worry about the noise. As an amplifier to use for gigs and so forth when you need volume and quality, you are best going for either a more xpensive, bigger amp or something like a 'Laney' which is more suited to that kind of job. The situation you are in will determine what amp you buy, as new beginners would do well to buy a relatively cheap one of these, but a more experienced player like myself needs a more powerful, quality amplifier.

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