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Steve-8ZpRe

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  1. I have been playing off and on about 15 years however none pro. I also have a Fender super 112 60 watt tube amp. I bought this one because the Fender is too d--- heavy. Although I like it too. I would surely buy another if this were lost or stolen. I love the 2x10 speaker config. I had one a year ago with 1x15 speaker it was too bassy and muddy for my Dot (335) It gives good tonal response throughout the spectrum for what I do with it. It has a big enough cabinet to give it a good bottom end if a person needs more bottom they could always close up the back or stand it against a wall at gigs. As far as what I hate, it does not have a standby switch. I wish it had a 4 button switch for 1)channel 2)reverb 3)tremelo and 4) to operate the gain boost switch mentioned in previous comments. I think this is a nice addition to Peavey's Classic Series amps. I will learn more about it when I have the chance to use it on stage a few more times.
  2. I have been playing off and on about 15 years however none pro. I also have a Fender super 112 60 watt tube amp. I bought this one because the Fender is too d--- heavy. Although I like it too. I would surely buy another if this were lost or stolen. I love the 2x10 speaker config. I had one a year ago with 1x15 speaker it was too bassy and muddy for my Dot (335) It gives good tonal response throughout the spectrum for what I do with it. It has a big enough cabinet to give it a good bottom end if a person needs more bottom they could always close up the back or stand it against a wall at gigs. As far as what I hate, it does not have a standby switch. I wish it had a 4 button switch for 1)channel 2)reverb 3)tremelo and 4) to operate the gain boost switch mentioned in previous comments. I think this is a nice addition to Peavey's Classic Series amps. I will learn more about it when I have the chance to use it on stage a few more times.
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