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Peavey Studio Pro 112 Guitar Amp Combo
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The Peavey Studio Pro 112 Guitar Amp Combo features 2 channels, footswitchable design with separate volume and gain controls plus 3-band EQ, effects ...Read More
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For serious jamming and home studio work, with high and low gain inputs.
The Peavey Studio Pro 112 Guitar Amp Combo features 2 channels, footswitchable design with separate volume and gain controls plus 3-band EQ, effects loop, and footswitchable reverb making this a great studio tool that sounds fabulous and is loud enough for small club gigs. This Peavey amplifier has TransTube technology. T-Dynamics variable output wattage, EQ/gain voicing switches, and external speaker jack make the Studio Pro 112 amazingly flexible for any application.
- 12" Blue Marvel speaker
- T-Dynamics control
- High- and low-gain inputs
- Separate volume/gain controls
- Low, mid, and high EQ
- EQ/gain voicing switches
- Channel select switch on front panel
- Footswitchable reverb and channel select
- Effects send & return
- External speaker jack
- 22"W x 17-3/4"H x 10-3/4"D
The perfect amp for home recordists and weekend giggers. Order now and get down!
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Most Liked Positive Review
One Sweet Amp
I've had a Peavey amp for the past twenty five years that was recently ripped off so I was in the market for another Peavey. I was a little hesitant to purchase this amp...Read complete review
I've had a Peavey amp for the past twenty five years that was recently ripped off so I was in the market for another Peavey. I was a little hesitant to purchase this amp after reading the reviews, but I found a bargain I couldn't refuse so I bought it. I was pleasently surprised with the sound. I really don't know what the people are talking about in the other reviews. This amp rocks and if you spend enough time playing with it and figure out the different control settings you can play pretty much any style music. You can get very crispy clean to the raunchiest fuzz on this amp and everything in between. If you're a rookie you may have a little trouble getting the right sound you want but with a little trial and error, the controls are fairly easy to figure out. Very powerful little amp. You couldn't play a large venue with this amp as it is, but it would be a great amp for a small club or a garage band guitarist. It has an external speaker jack so if you hooked a cabinet up to it I don't know the possibilities because I have yet to hook up external speakers. And if you have ever owned a Peavey amp you know it's built like a tank. If you don't want to fork out the big bucks for a Marshall or Fender you can't go wrong with this amp. I'm very pleased with it. It makes me want to jam all the time again.
Most Liked Negative Review
I never write reviews, but I believe this is something to be of note. I purchased this amp about 4 months ago. I play an Ibanez SZ320 with Seymour Duncan SH-8 Invader...Read complete review
I never write reviews, but I believe this is something to be of note. I purchased this amp about 4 months ago. I play an Ibanez SZ320 with Seymour Duncan SH-8 Invader Pickups. There are many qualities of this amp that do not appeal to me. the clean channel puts out a lot of sound but seems to have the bottom end of a shallow glass. The concept of switching the tone settings is good but doesnt offer much difference in tonal quality. The overdrive channel is even worse. No tonal adjustment at all. Either a little gain or way too much. The amp cant hold up the bottom end here either. It has a lot of fuzz and buzz. I even changed the speaker to a 100w emminence patriot. Still the same problem with little improvement. I strongly do not recommend this amp to anyone who has the slightest clue or experience with guitars. But if you want to buy a big amp for someone who is just starting, go for it. If possible, try it out for yourself and see.
Reviewed by 48 customers
Ive ownd this amp for about 4 to 5 years now and ive used it to play on the same stages as super joint ritual, seven dust, power man 5000, gwar, and hate breed just by miking through pa system. This amp is great for the price and very durable any one who says this product is crap dosnt know anything about great value and sound.
Recently bought this amp for a backup. I've been very pleased so far. I play a tele and this amp compliments it perfectly. Great for small gigs, and practice. For the money it can't be beat in my opinion.
I have owned my Studio Pro 112 for over five years now. It has seen more travel, drops, spills and smoke than any other I bet. First, the negatives, the blue marvel speaker is indeed loud but not well suited to the de-tuned heavy bass/no mids modern sound at high volume. Also, I don't know if things have changed but mine doesn't provide a headphone jack or a footswitch. Now, the Positives! This is an excellent sounding amp with a very functional E.Q. on both channels. The three types of distortions are very distinct so you are sure to find your sound in there somewhere. I am not sure what the power rating is at the "speaker out" jack, but let me tell you it pushes my Behringer 4x12 cabinet with extreme ease and it handles 400 watts. This doubles as a great head. Definately a keeper. I wouldn't sell it to you if it were broken!
I've had this amp for 2 1/2 years and its been great.The clean channel is good and the lead channel is better. I like the flexibility given with three position voicing here, though I normally just use the high gain or vintage settings then adjust the gain to taste. Going from a third to two thirds usually does the trick. In a band setting I used the clean channel with a zoom floor unit and the amp worked fine with plenty of volume. Now I'm happy to just plug straight in(with maybe a wah and vibro thang), set the reverb to 4 and crank.It's a nice change from my cyber-twin.
This amp is great. People whine and cry about bad distorion...but, you have to know how to set it up (duh). Volume wise, this is what you're looking for it get freakishly loud and the clean channel is heart-warming. One drawback is that I wish I could get more effect out of the TD but, all in all, great amp
I've had it for 3 years now and have not had one problem. It is an amazing quality and goes incredibly loud. The clean channel is absolutely amazing. Just about no hum at all. The distortion is not the best, but still not the worst I've seen. I play punk, ska, indie, and emo rock, so the distortion is PERFECT for my music. The price is awesome too. I've been playing for 20 years now and this is by far the best amp I've ever used for under $400. If it was ever stolen, I would most definatley buy a new one. Maybe even 2 :)
This amplifier is not so bad.I have it 1 year and I'm very pleased. However the clean channels are excellent but distortions are TERRIBLE!!I have a digitech Death Metal processor and it sounds great but on this amp sound horrible...I think that I will buy Marshall amp it's the best
I've no idea why folks rubbish this amp. I've used mine for about a year now as a cheap high power home practice amp and I'm very pleased. Mind you, my gear are all high end stuff: Ibanez S, SZ & RG Prestiege axes fitted with DiMarzios and a Fender American Deluxe Strat. They all sound good clean thru the amp, and with the amp models I use too. Granted, distortion is lacking, but it's the case with low end solid state amps anyway. If you want good on-board distortion, it's A MUST to go with tube amps. Otherwise, a good distortion or multi effects pedal (I own a Line 6 POD XT live & Boss GT8) will make up for it here. All in all, it's cheap n cheerful.
I guess one can say that I am sold on this lil amp...I've just bought my third one..the first was stolen, the second was sold, and here I am with number three! Well designed, versatile, and powerful enough for even large club gigs..I use it with my POD 2 for live gigs..DA BOMB!!
If you're a first time buyer, this amp may seem a little intimidating at first. but very soon you get to very much appreciate its tone for the price. It makes a good attempt to match the sound of real tubes. I would recommend it more to the experienced player who would like a great little amp to practice on without the wife leaving home. If you're a beginner, try the Envoy version.