PEAVEY > Windsor Studio Amplifier

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I love coming across amps like this. Generally, I have not been a huge fan of Peavey amps outside of the Nashville 400, etc., non guitar use amps. The Windsor changed my overall opinion of Peavey. It’s a fantastic gigging amp that you can, and should, take into the studio the next morning.LIST PRICE: $499.99
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I love coming across amps like this. Generally, I have not been a huge fan of Peavey amps outside of the Nashville 400, etc., non guitar use amps. The Windsor changed my overall opinion of Peavey. It’s a fantastic gigging amp that you can, and should, take into the studio the next morning.

Here are some general specs you’ll find standard on the Peavey Windsor 20W 1×12 Tube combo amp:
– Class A Power Amp
– Can use various octal power tubes, including EL34 (stock), 6L6GC, 6550, 6CA7, KT88, KT66 or any variation on these types
– Two 12AX7/ECC83 Preamp tubes
– 15-20W (rms) into 4, 8, or 16 Ohms with Power Sponge output power attenuator
– No negative feedback in Power Amp, High & Low Gain Inputs, Preamp Volume, Low, Mid and High EQ
– Foot-switchable Boost function,
– Foot-switchable Effects Loop
– Spring Reverb
– Transformer balanced XLR Recording Output w/passive mic simulator
– XLR Ground Lift switch
– Dual Speaker Outputs
– Impedance Selector
– 1/4″ TRS footswitch jack for Boost and Loop defeat
– 12″ Blue Marvel Speaker

Don’t forget to check out the power sponge on the back; this is essentially a hot plate-style output attenuator that incrementally adjusts the power output of the amplifier, while maintaining the distortion characteristics of the power amp at any chosen volume level.

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