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Peavey Pro 115 Bass Cabinet
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Designed to meet the demands of professionals, this Pro Series bass enclosure boasts all-plywood construction, durable black carpet covering, a 15" h...Read More
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Hardcore sound quality.
Designed to meet the demands of professionals, this Pro Series bass enclosure boasts all-plywood construction, durable black carpet covering, a 15" high-performance cast-frame bass driver, and a 1" horn tweeter. 500W program handling. Speakon and 1/4" jacks.
- All-plywood construction
- Durable black carpet covering
- 15" high-performance cast-frame bass driver
- 1" horn tweeter
- 500W program handling
- Speakon and 1/4" jacks
- 23"W x 28-1/4"H x 18-3/4"D
- 70-1/2 lbs.
A great primary speaker and terrific in combination with a 2 x 10 cab. Order today.
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I was skeptical getting this cabinet because of the bad reviews here but I found one at a price I could not pass up. Cosmetically it matches my Peavey BAM 210 combo that needed some help on the low end. This is the perfect match. I'm actually using a Peavey Kosmos and a solid state power amp to help this thing shake the house down. This is a very powerful cabinet and can handle the sub harmonic frequencies I'm pushing through it. My other rig has an Ampeg SVT 18" for the bottom and this thing can hang in a side by side comparison. The cabinet is actually bigger than my Ampeg and weights about the same. I can't wait to see what it can do live. I don't know the story on how I got such a good deal (alot cheaper than advertised here) but I'm thinking they should come down in the price. Maybe because they aren't selling?
When the cab came in, there was a problem with the speaker. The speaker was replaced with supposedly a brand new speaker which has a rattle at loud, but not unreasonable, volumes.
first of all, it arrived with a defective speaker that peavey replaced. afterwards, the cab was okay when playing e,a,d,g, but rattled and speaker farted when playing the b string. peavey wasn't any help after that. in my humble opinion it can't handle a b. it was this cab and the lack of response from peavey that resulted in selling off my peavey rig and going with other manufacturers.
I bought this to complement my Sun 300T. The features are great. I like the idea of having control over the tone on the cab and the fact that it can be used a a sub-woofer or full range cab. Unfortunately, I can't get the amp above 2 without the 15" speaker squawking back at me. Playing through two Fender Bassman 100 combos was actually louder and clearer than pushing this cab with 300 all-tube watts. This cab doesn't have what I need for gigging, though it would be plenty loud as a practice cab at home. I will be returning this ASAP and be in search of a 15" or 18" cab that can truly handle small and medium-size gig volume levels.
I bought the cabinet in a music store. When I played on it that night at a rather small venue, it sounded great at lower volumes, but when i pushed the volume to the same level as i do when playing my mesaboogie 1x15, it buzzed and distorted. It will not handle a low B at high volumes. I think the cab sounds great, but it needs to be stacked with something else to be sufficient.