Solid-state bizarros, custom instruments, and shape-shifting digital dynamos power these lo-fi rockers' aural adventures.

Always looking for a clean, high-headroom amp, Scott McMicken hasn’t found anything purer, or robust as this handwired solid-state Peavey Vulcan. During the Rundown, Scott mentions that he believes this might be from the first run of the amp as it was the company’s test drive into solid-state designs. He suggests that Hartley Peavey could’ve made this god of fire.


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