The Peavey Special 212 combo guitar amplifier features Peavey's patented TransTube tube emulation technology an all-new 100-watt output power section, on-board reverb and analog chorus, effects loop, ... Click To Read More About This Product
The Peavey Special 212 combo guitar amplifier features Peavey's patented TransTube tube emulation technology an all-new 100-watt output power section, on-board reverb and analog chorus, effects loop, and 2x12" Peavey Blue Marvel loudspeakers. The Special 212 boasts two channels, a Clean channel with 3-band EQ plus Presence control and a Lead channel with 3-band EQ and gain control with footswitchable boost, plus mid scoop and master volume. The Special 212 also features analog chorus with depth and rate controls and versatile spring reverb. Combine these features with Peavey's gold-standard reliability, and the Special 212 is a must-have amplifier.
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Comments about Peavey Special Chorus 212 Guitar Amplifier:
First of all I'm use to playing on Fender tubes amp for the last 45 years. I do own a couple of Roland solid state amps though that sound better then this amp. The Peavey special chorus amp was a let down for me to play on. The amp had a very bassy sound to it, not clean. I turned down the bass switch all the way to off and it still sounded like to much bass sound. I could not get a clean sound on this amp regardless of what setting I put it on. Maybe a heavy metal guitarist might like the sounds on this amp with its low bottom end. The chorus on the lead channel was full of static. This amp has real spring reverb on it also. The reverb unit is a very small, to small for this amp. I had to put the reverb on about 8 or 9 before I could tell it was on. The cabinet is made out of some kind of compressed cardboard looking material. They even glued down the reverb wires to the bottom of the cab with a glue gun. The old saying, "you get what you paid for" applies to this amp. The only good thing I can say is the amp looks nice. I bought this amp as a mint condition deal. I sent it back. I give credit to MF for their excellent no hassle return policy.