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      Upgraded electronics treat you to lots of tasty tones.

      The Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass packs a huge sonic punch with humbucking VFL pickups from the Cirrus basses, active electronics, and a string-thru-body bridge for resonance. The Peavey AC Bass is crafted with a rosewood fretboard, agathis body, quilted maple top, a hard-rock maple neck, and fast-playing jumbo frets. Peavey VFL pickups are famous for their studio-quiet performance and thick, rich, expressive sound.

      Features

      • Active VFL humbuckers from the Cirrus line
      • Volume, pickup blend, bass, mid, and treble controls
      • Agathis body
      • Quilted maple top
      • Maple neck
      • Rosewood fretboard
      • String-through-body bridge
      • 34" scale
      • 5-bolt neck joint
      • Hipshot Y-style machine heads
      • Standard wheel torsion rod
      • String-thru-bridge with ferrules

      Thundering low-end with sweet mids and expressive highs—the Millenium AC has it all, along with famous Peavey reliability. Order yours today!

       
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      PeaveyMillennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top
       
      5.0

      (based on 42 reviews)

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      (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent Bass Guitar

      By TG Hoffman

      from Kansas

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      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics
      • Well made

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Gigs With Band
      • Jamming
      • Practicing
      • Recording
      • Rock Concerts
      • School Bands
      • Small Venues

      Comments about Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top:

      Recieved this bass last week and I am very pleased with my choice. I ordered the black violet quilt top and it is very beautiful looking. The sound,feel,playability of this instrument is superb! The active electronics make this guitar stand out way above the rest in sound. It has perfect balance and it is very easy to play. The neck feels smooth and fast, the action is as good literally as a regular guitar right out of the box. I have not done any adjustments so far because it really doesn't need any, time will tell but, if any it might be to raise the action just a tad. In this price range you get a lot of bass for the money spent, I got a great deal from MF that made this purchase even more sweet. I would highly reccomend this instrument to anyone looking for a Great bass at a very reasonable price.

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      5.0

      Satisfied Customer

      By GeorgiaGal

      from Georgia

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top:

      Purchased for our son who plays in church praise band. He is very satisfied with it.

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      (10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      A True Winner

      By plankspanker13

      from Tempe, Arizona, USA

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing
        • Recording
        • Rock Concerts
        • Small Venues

        Comments about Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top:

        Buy this instrument. You will not regret it. That's the bottom line, but if you want some context, here it is: I have been a bassist for 30 years, and been through all of the major basic types and pickup configurations. I am not really a fan of active electronics, as it means one more thing that could go wrong on a gig. I dislike relying on a battery, much less 2, but I get ahead of myself. I had been playing a lot of acoustic gigs with a passive instrument, and had been overpowering the place, to get a decent sound that I liked (that is, one where I could hear the low mids), without killing the room. Only my limited-edition Warwick, my only other active bass, could dial in a sound that I could enjoy. Gigs became so frequent that I needed a low-cost "beater" active bass, rather than subject the Warwick to the rigors. The Millenium BXP AC is that low-cost instrument, but is worthy of being a main player to someone serious, and on a budget. It is a step-up instrument at an entry-level price. The QC on my specimen was excellent, and it played great, right out of the box. Yes, your mileage does have the potential to vary, but I have faith in the customer service at Musician's Friend, as well as in Peavey's support, having had experience with both, over the years. My left hand thinks it's a Fender Jazz. My right hand thinks it's a Spector. My ears and right hand can dial in a sound that simply works, regardless of venue. My eyes just love her, and so do the eyes of bandmates and audience-members, alike. The body shape is classic double cutaway, yet modern, sexy, and ergonomic. My maroon specimen has a lovely quilted maple top, and was not bought via Musician's Friend, but I have had plenty of good experiences with that company, so that's why this review is here. The only thing that I would change would be the 2 screws to the battery compartment. I like how the access to the inside of my Kala Ubass (bought here at MF) is tool-free, thanks to the use of small magnets. I may do that mod, using shorter, magnetized screws in the original holes, and embedding metal into the underside of the compartment lid. That's really the only mod needed, for my own tastes. Most people can live with 2 screws to get to the battery compartment, and I carry the right screwdriver, and extra 9v batteries, in my gig bag. I might also add that a Hipshot Xtender is an easy addition, for those who like them, and strap locks let me move with confidence. This instrument has the best bang for the buck in it's price range. It competes with instruments at twice the price. If you are going to spend that kind of money, pair this instrument with a passive Squier Classic Vibe Series instrument, or even the 5-sting version of this bass, and be ready to tackle most any gig. I wish that Peavey made a 34" scale, 2-octave fretboard version of this instrument in the USA, but the only USA-made variant currently in production is the 35" Cirrus Series Sarzo signature model.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        WOW!!!

        By Chumley71

        from Aurora MO

        Comments about Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top:

        I picked this bass up from a local pawn shop about 6 months ago. I had gone into the shop on a whim and saw this beauty sitting there. I had to have it. This bass totally renewed the spark of playing for me. It does everything I ask it too, from Metallica to Dwight Yoakam. The neck is super smooth, the weight is great, and the electronics are amazing. Play this bass if you get the chance!

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        (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Nice Guitar

        By Shawn

        from Oklahoma City

        Comments about Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top:

        Overall I love this guitar, the only thing that I do not like is the 2 9Volt batteries it takes.
        Nice, but could be better.
        Good!

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        lovin it

        By Comeback Kid

        from California

        Comments about Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top:

        bought this beauty at a local pawn shop, I must admit it was a steal, this ax sounds amazing! I don't own a respectable amp, I have an epiphone practice amp which i customized by connecting the amp head to a 10" sub. This bass seriously overloads my amp and gives it an awesome distorted sound as I play anesthesia (pulling teeth), all hail cliff burton.I've only been playing for a year but I've come a long way from my first ax -- epiphone-eb0--

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        A real punch in the gut.

        By Tonemonster460

        from Victoria Texas

        Comments about Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top:

        This bass truly is something that gets seriously overlooked. First off, the active pickups are very loud and powerful. It's 3 band so it takes 2 9 volt batteries. The sound can go from smooth and soft to loud and punchy I've been playing bass now for three years and this was something I found and it is tough, durable. It has been dropped numerous times but still plays well. Couple of dents and scratches but that's what gives it personality. Also the thing stays in perfect tune. I'm constantly in drop c tuning and pound the strings hard with my fingers, it holds well. Also, the thing is not neck heavy, its perfectly balanced unlike some squier basses that I have previously owned. Too good for the price and the finish is great. I have black violet and everytime I play the crowd loves the look.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Great

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        Comments about Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top:

        I've owned this guitar for half a year and bought it used from a local music store. It's been a great bass, looks great, and my friend who's been playing for around 10 years seriously thought about switching from his ibanez to this.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        You won't find a better bass for the price.

        By Ten Pint Truth bassist

        from San Antonio, Texas

        Comments about Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top:

        I generally don't write or read reviews for products because I believe most of them are biased and usually based on excitement rather than actual opinion of the product, but that's not the case here. I've used the Peavy BXP 4 bass for over 3 years as my main axe when it comes to gigging and it has yet to disappoint. This was also the last BXP4 that Sam Ash had in stock and after comparing it to other 5 other basses in the price range, I had to buy it. I wasn't a fan of the last color that they had left (Velvet Plum/Purple), but I just couldn't get over the feel and sound.It has low action on a thin, fast neck which is a plus for the types of music I play. I must also comment on the light weight. You will not break your back if you use this bass for a 4-6 hour gig.The active pickups are pure quality. The sound is amazing. I just wished that the batteries lasted longer, but with as much as I play, I know that won't happen.I'm actually looking for a backup BXP4 with passive pickups. When I find one, I'll scoop it up with a quickness.

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        (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Best Bass EVER!!

        Comments about Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass Quilt Top:

        I bought this bass about 6 months ago its was the last one!! I bought the Tiger Eye bass. It isnt as red as it looks its more of a honey orange color but its BEAUTIFUL!! It looks like a professional bass the playablity is just awesome the strings have a low sound to them and not hard to push down I play out 3-4 a month and everyone compliments me on my bass I can get any sound I want out of this bass from Alice Cooper to ZZ Top I love this bass!!!

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