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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Guitmitch, Mar 24, 2017.
I've got the chainsaw case for the T-15, but no amp.
Sounds like I dodged a bullet.
When my best friend passed, his widow gave me his Epi Dot, a T-60 and a Fender Champ. I gave the T-60 and the Champ to one of our friends who had no electrics.
I liked the T-60 better than Dot, but it was important to his widow that's the one I kept.
I wanted to offload some guitars so just sold the one above for a really cheap price ($200). It went within minutes.
Does the 'T' in T50 stand for 'Ton'?
Best podnah has one he bought from our mailman 30 years ago. Mint condition. Neck a little thin for my taste, sounds awesome, rock solid bridge, weighs as much as a small boat with the anchor still in it. Period piece from the early days of CNC. I do not need one.
Hartley Peavey is an innovator.
I've owned this one for 22 years and counting and it'll remain with me for many years to come I'm sure.
This is a recent self made 12 string version. (The body is two pieces of maple and I made the thing myself and the neck is an old Samick neck of which I changed the headstock) But, true to its Peavey heritage it is a true beast, it weighs around as much as a Les Paul and it sounds very boomy, to really get it to chime one must turn down the bass of the amp all the way. I also have to cut the grooves at the nut deeper because as it is now, it makes the guitar hard to play.
Ah Yes, The Peavey T60.
Had one while playing in a Punk Rock Band. It served me well. That guitar took a beating and just kept on going. I swear that the more abuse it received the better it played and sounded. I used it once to "El Kabong" a drunk that kept smacking into my mic stand. Put it back on to find it it was still in tune. Very Solid Guitars! Mine finally met its end in a Car Fire. I miss that Old War Horse to this day. I replaced it with a beat up Telecaster that I still own after all of these years,
It got a Viking Funeral. That's the most any of us can hope for.
Had a T60 in 81. I worked for a Peavey dealer from 82-86 and I sold them. I've had several T15's.
Mr. Peavey why won't you reissue those guitars? You own everything in regards to those models and they would sell like hot cakes.
C'mon Mr. Peavey.....sell them again. The brand notoriety just having those things in stores again!! Why not?
Are you sure you hit him? Would someone survive a direct hit by a T-60??
I still have a black one that I bought back in 1978.
I had a T-20 bass for many years. I think it needed to be tuned about every 3 months or so... NOTHING else in the whole time I had it. It sounded good, too. Just like all the other T-series’s, it was heavy and had a skinny neck. I traded it for something that looked flashier (and was lighter!) but didn’t sound as good, or stay in tune. So I definitely should have kept the T.
I agree that HP should reissue the T series, just with lighter bodies (and fatter necks)