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Peavey Tour 115 Bass Cabinet
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Peavey's Tour 115 Bass Cabinet employs a weight saving neodymium speaker magnet instead of heavy ferrite magnets, and ultra-lightweight plywood const...Click To Read More About This Product
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Peavey's Tour 115 Bass Cabinet employs a weight saving neodymium speaker magnet instead of heavy ferrite magnets, and ultra-lightweight plywood construction. It's lighter but has all the uncompromising power, punch, and tone you expect from Peavey.
- Lightweight plywood construction
- Durable black Tolex covering
- Classic Peavey "Silver Stripe" cabinet design
- One 15" high-performance, NEO-powered bass loudspeakers
- One 1" horn tweeter with level control
- 400 watts program power handling
- 8 ohms
- Neutrik and 1/4" speaker jacks in parallel
- 57 lbs.
Tour 115 Bass Cabinet
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For 3-4 bones you have a choice of some Fisher Price Crap from G-Kruger or Ampeg's new line of Crap. Entry level pricing for sure, but throw down and extra fifty spot and you are in a different league. This thing can take 3-400 W like its nothing, and has no residual noise, and you have to pump it with 4-500 watts before it shows its limit. It big, so if you own a Tercel this thing is not for you, but aside from the size its the way to go. Totally stackable, so if the Horn is not enough mid or high for you, throw in a couple of 10's and have the total package for less than a mid level Mark-Bass or an SVT.
I use it with a epi goth thunderbird, spector performer, or peavey milenium 5 string into an ampeg b2r head and it sounds very warm and bassy. The combo of the head and cab produce one of the nicest clean tones I have ever heard.The only complaint is that it has trouble with high gain tones.