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Peavey proudly introduces the innovative new JSX 412 guitar cabinet, which boasts four custom-designed, rear-mounted 12" JSX loudspeakers and a simulated microphone XLR direct interface for routing to a P.A. or recording device.

Guitar legend Joe Satriani, who co-designed his signature JSX Series with Peavey, says, "The speaker simulator output enables you to take a balanced XLR line level out that sounds like a miked JSX cabinet and send it to a recording mixer or front-of-house input for a discrete, powerful guitar sound without any mic bleed."

The speakers are not bypassed when this special XLR interface is engaged, so players can crank at stage volume while sending true JSX tone directly to the house system.

The Peavey JSX 412 will be available in Q4 2006 from authorized Peavey retailers.


  • 400 watts continuous power handling
  • 16 ohms mono
  • Four 12" custom, rear-mounted JSX loudspeakers
  • 11-ply birch plywood lock-jointed cabinet
  • Simulated microphone XLR transformer-balanced direct interface
  • Direct interface level control, tone switch and ground lift switch
  • Available in slant and straight versions

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