Thanks for the info. That’s the amp I started with in the 90’s. Problem is I’ve gotten really use the my Peavey Classic 30 so my tone ears are a little tainted. Equalization per channel, switch “bright” that boosts the treble especially in nice clear sound, the treble “slamming” well. I wouldn’t really want one for free. Wonder if they are different from the vintage amps. Certainly worth a look to me.
The time now is I’ve never played through a 1st series Transtube so can’t say for sure. The Peavey Transtube Studio Pro amplifier is a great 40 watt 1×12 combo that has evolved over the years from being one of the older Peavey offerings in the seventies, to one of the more renowned solid state combos made. And after reading some rave reviews when it was new and even now I had to give it a try. I use mine primarily on the drive channel as clean as I can make it, with a slightly tweaked “vintage” tone setting, and it sounds VERY good It’s an easy fix if that is the source of your feedback. Login or Sign Up.
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I’d take a teal stripe over the current “big badge” versions for build quality, not to mention a real reverb tank. The lead channel is best suited for interstellar graoux, little shade, it’s violent, not 70’s rock crunch or possible What year, approximately, was that made?
Set up clean or as jello said above set as clean as esries can get it on the dirt channel sounds pretty damn good. The tone is just nothing special with either channel.
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Originally Posted by bigoldron. Possibly try touching the reverb tank housing with your transtuve when you hear the amp feeding back and pdo if that cuts the squeal. Write a user review Ask for a user review. Equalization per channel, switch “bright” that boosts the treble especially in nice clear sound, the treble “slamming” well. The buttons provide trash and gain additional colors. Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services.
You can switch the lights off, but, ironically, I dig them. Hows that for 4 speakers with completely different tonal characteristics. It has some great sounds and is loud. The drive tones are nice and 65s, perfect for seventies classic rock or eighties hard rock.
The Supersat TM circuit on the teals has its fans too. Originally Posted by Duffy. It has that responsiveness that just allows you to dig and get all those great overtones and harmonics that make the guitar come alive. The time now is Search in titles only Search in Electric Guitars only Search. Here is a pic of mine so you can see that some red stripes are made peave USA.
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This is my signature file. Is the feedback squeal caused by the reverb tank? I’ll never claim it beats my old Marshall but it’s great for what it is The amp also has reverb and an effects loop as well.
Its configuration, its solidity and neutrality have even extended life when I have connected a 2. Hi, I am looking for another amp and I saw one of these for sale locally and I was wondering if anyone has any experience with one.
The Peavey Transtube Studio Pro amplifier is a great 40 watt 1×12 combo that has evolved over the years from being one of the older Peavey offerings in the seventies, to one of the more renowned solid state combos made.
I had to walk away quite fast. Problem is Studjo gotten really use the my Peavey Classic 30 so my tone ears are a little tainted. Tags for this Thread ampamplifierpeaveyprostudio. This is a totally quiet amp until you switch it to high gain at which point it will squeal and feedback just like the big amps.
Join Date Sep Location W. I have a Peavey Duece that ive had since new in the early 80 i had the whole amp gone over you can find amps that good any more My son now plays it he just adds some punch boxes to it for the metal sound he needs. Sometimes you can tape some foam directly to the metal housing on the reverb tank and it will eliminate a feedback ;eavey.
Good luck with it. I have yet to play through any of the teal striped amps.
With good effect pedals is happiness. I love to do a video but I still don’t have the toys to make a decent video and my playing bites. So I will sit down later with the guitar I intend on using with it and sgudio it in. I have a mint Crate RFX 65, black tolex with gold trim, and three channels, that is a very cool sounding solid state amp. I’ve never etudio through a 1st series Transtube so can’t say for sure. Congrats on the amp Cebreez.
Just like Jello’s except different logo. The clean tones are very Fenderish — pristine and bright.