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Bad Cat Black Cat Demo | First Look

Two channels of clean to nasty drive that make your guitar’s voice shine.

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Misha Mansoor’s own mini head is as savage as you want it to be, with a less rowdy side that surprises.

 

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Pros:
Wide range of mellow-to-monstrous sounds. Useful voice switching and recording options.

Cons:
No reverb.

Street:
$699

Peavey Invective.MH
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Periphery guitarist Misha Mansoor’s shrunken signature amp dishes 20 brutally loud watts—plus a boatload of flexible sound-shaping and recording options.

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