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Peavey

NAMM '12 - Peavey AT-200 Auto-Tune Guitar Demo

January 19, 2012
PG's Charles Saufley is On Location in Anaheim, California, at the NAMM 2012 Show where he visits the Peavey Electronics booth. In this segment, we get to see and hear a demo of their newest guitar -- the AT-200 Auto-Tune Guitar.
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Antares and Peavey Launch the Peavey AT-200 Auto-Tune Guitar

January 19, 2012
The Peavey AT-200 utilizes Auto-Tune for Guitar to work behind the scenes to bring the clarity of perfect pitch to a quality instrument in an unobtrusive manner.
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Peavey Announces Headliner Lighweight Bass Amp

December 17, 2011
The Peavey Headliner is a new rack-mountable bass amplifier head with matching enclosures in the Peavey Tour Series
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Peavey Session Electric Guitar Review

November 15, 2011
Somewhere at a point where superhero paint-jobs, traditionally-inspired design, and a heavy-rocking attitude meet, lives the new Peavey Session.
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Peavey Void 4 PXD Bass Review

August 16, 2011
It aims to be the go-to tool for bassists looking to put a bit more meat on their low-end muscle—and at an affordable price.
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Video Review - Peavey Void 4-String Bass

August 12, 2011
PG's Jordan Wagner walks us through his latest Video Review of the Peavey Void 4-String Bass.
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The Low End: Milestones in Vintage Bass Evolution

February 15, 2011
Kevin''s personal top items that influenced the evolution of today’s vintage bass, in no particular order of preference.
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NAMM '11 - Peavey Triple XXX II Demo

January 19, 2011
PG's Charles Saufley is On Location at the 2011 NAMM Show where he visits the Peavey Amplifiers room. In this segment, we get to see and hear from their new Triple XXX head. The Triple XXX II delivers tones ranging from the Peavey Classic® 50 to vintage British to the modern Triple XXX. The versatile and comprehensive control section supplies a Master Volume pot and independent Volume knobs for each of the three channels (Clean, Rhythm and Lead). Tone shaping is accomplished through passive controls for Bass, Mid and Treble on the Clean channel, while the Rhythm and Lead channels utilize active Low, Mid and High controls. The pristine Triple XXX II Clean channel is the perfect foundation for layering outboard effects. The high-gain Rhythm and Lead channels both include a Noise Gate and exclusive FAT switches that add extra heft, while the master section features our patented tone-sculpting tools, Resonance and Presence, which adjust upper- and lower-end response and damping factor. To top it off, the power amp can use EL34 or 6L6GC output tubes, further expanding the tonal options.
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The Monsters of High Gain

November 16, 2010
We gathered 13 of the hottest high-gain amps on the market, brought in ace guitarists Misha Mansoor (Periphery) and Ty Dietzler (Thousand Foot Krutch), and let the cameras roll.
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NAMM '10: Peavey Nano Vypyr, 6534+, Butcher & More

February 2, 2010
PG's Rebecca Dirks is On Location in Anaheim, CA, for NAMM 2010 where she visits the Peavey Electronics booth. In this segment, we get introduced to several of Peavey's newest guitar and bass heads. First up, the Nano Vypyr which is the single-speaker, battery powered little brother to the popular line of Vypyr heads and combos. Also, we get to see the new 6534+ that is designed and built similar to their popular 6505 head but features EL34 power tubes. Another guitar amp released at the show was the Butcher, which has two channels (clean and crunch) that both have their own preamp boost switch and master volume. Also, it has a built-in active effects loop. Lastly, we check out their bass amp offerings; the all-tube, 300 watt VB-3 (used by Michael Anthony) and the new 600 watt Headliner.
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