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Peavey V-Type NTB Electric Guitar with Tremolo

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Staggering looks from a unique reverse-headstock design, flamed maple top, and gorgeous abalone binding on the body, neck, and headstock. Testosteron...Click To Read More About This Product

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A premier metal machine with genuine neck-through resonance and reach!

Staggering looks from a unique reverse-headstock design, flamed maple top, and gorgeous abalone binding on the body, neck, and headstock. Testosterone-soaked tone comes from a pair of dual-blade humbuckers and locking Floyd Rose licensed trem.

FEATURES
  • Unique body style
  • Reverse headstock
  • Flamed maple top
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • Floyd Rose licensed locking vibrato
  • Dual-blade humbuckers
  • Unique hollow-center tuning buttons
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4.8

(based on 18 reviews)

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Past meets future

I always wanted an Adrian Vandenburg Peavey, I just didn't want a PINK one. Thank you Hartley Peavey for bringing this guitar back into the game! Out of the box it felt a...Read complete review

I always wanted an Adrian Vandenburg Peavey, I just didn't want a PINK one. Thank you Hartley Peavey for bringing this guitar back into the game! Out of the box it felt a little stiff, but with a little tweaking I got the feel for it. The binding around the top violin cut was a little sloppy, but not bad enough to make me send it back. The matte finish on the metal parts was dry and powdery, and seemed to grip any screw threads, but loosened up nicely with use. The machine heads are a little close together and don't accommodate a string winder very well, but they are smooth machines. As for the Floyd on this guitar, WOW! Very responsive. After I tweaked the setup and locked it down, I dive bombed this guitar for a good solid 1/2 hour of hard playing and it came right back to tune. The roll off on the treble pot is very defined, you can get a wah effect by rolling in and out. I can't wait to get this on my stage rig! Very nice! I think I have a new favorite guitar!

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Bring back BOLT ONS!

I tried my hand at several of these, only to find major dissapointment over and over again in the neck through styling change and Peavey's vain attempt at aesthetics. First off, I know...Read complete review

I tried my hand at several of these, only to find major dissapointment over and over again in the neck through styling change and Peavey's vain attempt at aesthetics. First off, I know my $hit when it comes to playing and guitars.They clearly spent too much time trying to make this guitar look fancy with bindings and stuff. Result, it looks good from 30 feet away, but get closer and you will notice the imperfections and difficulty they had at applying the binding to the hard corners and edges. Often, misplaced and messy, albeit pretty good for the price, but sloppy.Second, the playability is no where near as good as the 2002 and 2003 BOLT ON models. Its tough to get neck throughs to play straight. The BOLT ON version play like a dream. Not these.Third, neck throughs sound a bit hollow and do not ring or sustain as well as a bolt on neck. It therefore sounds somewhat thinner.Conclusion, bring back the BOLT ONS Peavey. They play better! Lose the binding and bring back the 2003 manufacturing.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The 80's Guitar is back!!!

By prs-fan

from Wytheville, VA

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This guitar is like the Charvels from the mid to late 80's. The neck is a little thicker than say, a Jackson/Charvel. This is a better guitar than you might think from Korea. I own four (4) Paul Reed Smith guitars, so I DO know what I'm talking about. For the price, get one. Just don't expect it to be set-up very well. I had to adjust the neck, action, and the tremolo, etc. This is nothing to do if you know what you are doing, if not, take it to someone who knows!! the looks of this guitar is great, the finish is a lot better than I thought it would be.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

So You Want The Best?

By Michael StJames

from Chattanooga, TN

People have not even begun to experience a great playing guitar until they have played this Peavey masterpiece. Designed after the ending of Adrian Vandenbergs Signature Series hottest shredding guitar, the V-TYPE model Limited is the Ultimate Metal n Rock Guitar out there. Striaght from the factory this is a fully loaded, ready to rock beast. I have both models, a Vandenberg custom that Ive loved for years, and the V-Type NTB Limited Edition, and both play identical. This is a must guitar for any level player.

 
5.0

amazing

By v_type_exp

from Thibodaux, LA

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This guitar is awesome.It feels and sound great.Everyone who plays mine loves it.You can't go wrong with this axe.It has everything guitarist want and more!

 
5.0

Great guitar

By thrashfordeath

from Missouri

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This is a great guitar. I own it in purple, and it's one of the best looking guitars I've seen. The action is very good, and the floyd rose tremelo system is very easy to use once you get used to it, although changing the strings is very time consuming. The only cons are the pickups. The Pickups sound great on clean if you are playing on both of them, but they aren't the greatest for metal. I think I want to maybe switch them out for some higher output pickups, and maybe buy a d-tuna.

 
4.0

Very Good Guitar

By Gothman123-BUkIT

from Hayward, CA

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This guitar is very nice! It will play any kind of music you want it to play. From Classical to Metal. Thers nothing this guitar can't handle. The paint is very very nice. I would recommend this guitar to anyone.

 
5.0

Watch your back ESP !!!!

By Nightwishmaster

from Southeast USA

For those of you who swear up and down that ESP and Jackson corner the market on "metal" guitars, be warned. As an avid Ibanez and Jackson fan, I saw that Peavey was giving some OOOMPH to their classic Vandenberg design. I thought I'd give it a whirl. I opened the box, did a slight bit of tweaking the set up. My jaw has been on the ground since. The stock pups are hot and screaming! The neck is thicker and meatier and more Gibson like. The abalone and cream binding is stunning. The licensed Floyd is one of the best I've ever played ( second only to the "Edge"). For the money, I'd take this over an ESP any day. If Peavey continues this direction, they will have a monster on their hands. If you play heavy, this is worth every dime. I want the string-thru version next!!!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Bring back BOLT ONS!

By V-Type Specialist

from FL

I tried my hand at several of these, only to find major dissapointment over and over again in the neck through styling change and Peavey's vain attempt at aesthetics. First off, I know my $hit when it comes to playing and guitars.They clearly spent too much time trying to make this guitar look fancy with bindings and stuff. Result, it looks good from 30 feet away, but get closer and you will notice the imperfections and difficulty they had at applying the binding to the hard corners and edges. Often, misplaced and messy, albeit pretty good for the price, but sloppy.Second, the playability is no where near as good as the 2002 and 2003 BOLT ON models. Its tough to get neck throughs to play straight. The BOLT ON version play like a dream. Not these.Third, neck throughs sound a bit hollow and do not ring or sustain as well as a bolt on neck. It therefore sounds somewhat thinner.Conclusion, bring back the BOLT ONS Peavey. They play better! Lose the binding and bring back the 2003 manufacturing.

 
5.0

Great Guitar

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

The pickups are great, no noise. The Licensed Trem is great, the neck plays nice, and it stays in tune for ever. Overall this is great for anybody needing a good guitar that won't break the bank.

 
5.0

A kick a** guitar

By Jared Dowty

from Florence, MT

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Though the double-locking system is quite annoying, just to get that part out of the way. Other than that, the playability and looks of this guitar are just damn sexy. If your a experienced guitarist on a tight budget looking for a fufilling ax for your rig, then you gotta get this. It's totally great for hard rock and will look great on stage.

 
5.0

Superior Guitar

By Mike-TJUPf

from Largo, Florida

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This is a great guitar, I have demoed many guitars and this one is right up there with the some of the best I have played. I have found it to be comparable to the Jackson Phil Collin, and the old Ibanez Frank Gambale guitars in playing style and sound. The hot ceramic pickups make this guitar sing. Easy to play super fast 24 3/4" neck is nice too. Cant beat it for the price...go get one!

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