- Product 511361
Peavey Cirrus 4 4-String Bass with Redwood Top
- Write a Review
This baby's got it all, and then some. Beautiful redwood top, back and headstock veneer, 'studio quiet' active electronics, and a neck-through body h...Click To Read More About This Product
We're sorry-this item is unavailable.
Find a similar product below or contact our experts for a recommendation of great alternatives. Call us at 800-449-9128.Customers Also Viewed:
A true pro's axe with astounding appointments, lively resonance, and wonderful woods.
This baby's got it all, and then some. Beautiful redwood top, back and headstock veneer, 'studio quiet' active electronics, and a neck-through body have made this one of the most sought after basses in the world. 2 VFL active pickups combined with active 3-band EQ with ±10dB boost/cut with an added variable mid sweep give you huge tone you can hone with prodigious precision. Gold hardware, milled ABM multi-adjustable bridge, ebony fretboard, graphite reinforced neck with dual expanding truss rod, and Hipshot hardware. Hardshell case included.
- 35" scale
- Through neck
- Redwood top, back and headstock veneer
- 2 VFL active pickups
- Active 3-band EQ with ±10dB boost/cut with added variable mid sweep
- Gold hardware
- Milled ABM multi-adjustable bridge
- Ebony fretboard
- Graphite reinforced neck with dual expanding truss rod
- Quilt overlay headstock
- Hipshot hardware
- Case included
Reviewed by 10 customers
Displaying reviews 1-10
I bought my Cirrus 10 years ago when they first came out, and i got so much slack for playing and buying a Peavey product. Every show i do people come up to me and ask,"why a peavey?" my bass instructor asked the sam question. He HAD a Ken Smith Custom, after he played my Cirrus, he bought a 5 string and sold his Ken Smith. I let people play my bass during downtimes at my shows, and their reaction is always the same,"Incredible bass! Gonna pick one up soon!" I play EVERY style of music with this bass. Rock, Funk, Gospel, Metal, Jazz, it can handle it all. Great thin fast neck, lightweight, excellent craftsmanship overall best bass i've ever played.
This bass is the absolute smoothest playing bass I've ever owned. The sound is solid, and the active pickups really are absolutely quiet.
This bass has great sound, perfect balance and feel, the look of it is amazing.
I love this bass because it feels awesome to play.My only complaint is that it eats batterys,I have to replace them about every 1-2 weeks. I have 2 other active basses and the batterys in those last months. Other than that I love this bass.
This bass is great. You can get absolutley any sound possible. With pick this thing sounds amazing. Get get about any sound with the knobs on it. I use an ampeg 4X12.. and it sounds amazing.
After sitting in the store for hours playing basses I bought this one and couldn't be happier.It could have had Tobias or MTD or similar on the headstock and I would have paid much more and not batted an eye. GREAT value.
I don't own it, but have used it many times repeatedly for months with a Peavey TNT115 combo, because it was in my local music store. I find it to be VERY VERY good, very comfortable, good sound, and such; but I've played basses (much more pricey) with the same kinds of features and just as good!
I have played bass for many years, and own a Bubinga Limited Edition Ibanez Soundgear 4-string bass that is pretty amazing, BUT this bass caught my eye at a Blue Oyster Cult concert last weekend. Rudy Sarzo was playing one just like it through an Ampeg tube amp and it sounded really incredible. Lots of tone and harmonics and really clear, when everything else sounded pretty muddy. He was playing all kinds of chords and hammer-ons and stunt licks and you could really hear it well. I had binocs but could not recognize the bass brand right off, but memorized how it looked so I could find out later, and looked it up on Wikipedia. If you look up Rudy Sarzo on Wikipedia you will see the Peavey bass he is used last week at a concert in Florida. The bottom line here is that I want one now, and if it plays half as good as it sounds - well it's worth the price. By the way, his is a neck-thru design, which will have more sustain, but the bolt-on should be almost as good.
I found this bass at the local music store where I teach, and seeing as how I'm in the market for a new bass, I gave it a test drive. I've never really been drawn to Peavey instruments, but this bass totally changed my mind. I've looked at countless Spectors and upper-level Fenders, and found this bass to not only be on par with the workmanship of all of them, but more tonally versatile as well. With the EQ on the bass and the amp set completely flat, I got perhaps the best un-EQ'd tone of any bass I've played. Tweaking the knobs only made it better- great sounds for slap! I got great tones for fingerstyle as well, from a midrangey rock sound to thick, heavy dub. Comfy, smooth neck, soft satin body, dead silent pups, and no rattles or buzzes anywhere. I've played (and loved) a 5 string Warwick Streamer I for years, yet this bass REALLY impressed me.
I played this Cirrus at a local music store, and I have to say its a great bass with a unique feel. It has a slightly longer scale than most four strings, but when you string it with extra light guage strings (like 95-40), it becomes an unstopable slap machine. The neck is incredibly fast, a little wide, and a little flat, with a smooth back. My only gripe would be the cheap, plastic knobs. I would expect something a little more rugged for a bass in this price range. The pickups and preamp sound fantastic. Very flexible sound. It would probably suit metal equally well as funk. Kudos to Peavey.