Peavey Blazer 158

10W Mini/Headphone Amp (1 x 1")

Made by Peavey

Description Small, 3 different tones
Posted By Brad Bevitt (13)
Directory Equipment: Amplifiers
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Overall Rating: 4.3 (of 5)
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On 8/13/2002, MARK MILSTED (4) posted:
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ALL TOGETHER I'TS BRILLIANT THE WORST ASPECT IS THE FOOT PEDAL WHICH IS ORIGINAL ONE AND COULD DO WITH BEING REPLACED. I WOULD BUY THIS AMP AGAIN IF TI WERE LOST OR STOLEN DEFINATELY
Price: $500.00 POUNDS
Where Obtained: SHOP
Features:
4 INPUTS PRE AMP AND AFTER AMP COMPRESSOR CHOICE FOOT PEDAL FOR SOUND CHANGE ALL THE STANDARD TONE CONTROLS DOUBLE 12IN SPEAKER, CABINET SET-UP 180 WATTS DOUBLE CHOICE OF 4 OR 8 OHMS OUT-PUT INPEDIANCE PHASE TWIN VALVE
Sound Quality:
ALL I CAN REALLY SAY IS THAT THIS AMP IS THE DOG BOLIX FANTASTIC FOR PRACICE AND PREFORMING CLEAN SOUND WITH OR WITH OUT EFFECTS UNBELIVEABLE!!!
Ease of Use:
SADDLY NO PROGRAMMING CHOICE IS GIVEN, YOU HAVE TO USE THE PEDAL. ITS EASY TO USE AND ISN'T SENSITIVE TO HANDLING. THIS AMP MAY BE OLDER BUT WIPPS THE A-- OFF SO OF THE NEW AMPS THAT I'VE PLAYED, PERSONALLY I THINK THAT IT'S BETTER THAN THE FENDER DELUXE RANGE! OR THE NEW MARSHALL AMPS THAT JUST RECENTLY WERE PUT ON THE MARKET.
Durability:
LIVE PERFORMANCE IN EXCELLENT!!!!!!! THIS AMPS HAS PROBABLY TAKEN ALOT IN IT'S TIME BUT IT'S STILL IN ONE PIECE AND WILL TAKE EVERY THING THAT YOU THROW AT IT, EXCEPT THE KITCHEN SINK!!! HA HA HA!
On 5/29/2001, Nicky Pratt (346) posted:
Overall Rating:
I choose this amp cause it was the smallest {i'm only 15 so theres not alot of space in my room,well there would be space if i cleaned up my room}but even though its small its got alot of power. =>
Price: $210.00
Features:
It has 3 different tones,high,mid,and low. it also has 2 different channels.
Sound Quality:
This amp is very powerful,and it can distort without using a pedal.but i recommend you get pedal anyways.
Ease of Use:
At first its a little confusing to use.especially if your a beginner,like me.but you'll get the hang of it after awile. = )
Durability:
My amp is used ,and it still sounds new.
On 5/11/2001, D. E. LaChausse (151) posted:
Overall Rating:
I chose this amp because it is very affordable and has lots of features for the price. For a beginning guitarist, I reccomend this amp, because it will last you well into your guitar mastering process.
Model Year: 2000
Price: $110.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Dr. Guitar Music
Features:
The Peavey Blazer 158 is a 40 watt output amp with distortion and reverb. Tone controls include high, mid, and low. It has plenty of power for practice and good sized rooms. I wouldn't recomend it for performance in front of large audiences.
Sound Quality:
I use it with a strat style guitar and it is more than sufficient. This amp will play anything from country to metal. The clean is clean and the lead has great distortion. This is the best amp I have ever used.
Ease of Use:
This amp is not programmable, but it is easy to get a good sound with little time thanks to the manual to start you out, then when you are used to it, it's a breeze.
Durability:
This amp is pretty heavy duty with a sturdy box and metal corners. It plays perfectly, but again, I wouldn't reccomend it for large audiences.
On 1/30/2001, Brad Bevitt (13) posted:
Overall Rating:
Bigger
Model Year: 1998
Price: $300.00 australia (new)
Where Obtained: muso corner
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