Peavey Express 112 '94: Does it worth?

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  1. Fhede

    Fhede TDPRI Member

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    I have my very first amp, a Peavey Express 112 65w Made in USA, the lil bro of the Bandit.
    I have it in a closet of my parents' house.
    I have a Marshall JVM410H, a Deluxe Reverb clone at home and Yamaha THR10.
    Does it worth to bring it and may be upgrade the speaker (Creamback for example) having that great tube amps at home?
    I am a bedroom player and play blues and classic rock. I love vintage and classic tones.
     
  2. Mike SS

    Mike SS Poster Extraordinaire

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    It's a great little solid state amp. Very tough and gig worthy.
     
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    A pic of the amp:
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  4. zombiwoof

    zombiwoof Tele-Afflicted

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    Does it worth?. It worth real gooder.
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    24 track Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    English may be a second language cut some slack here!


    yes if you like the amp Yes it is well worth bringing it out and using it!
     
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    LGOberean Doctor of Teleocity

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    You have all you need already at home. I'll do you a favor and take it off your hands.

    :rolleyes::twisted:

    I'm kidding...about having you ship it from Buenos Aires, that is, not about whether or not I'd be proud to have it.
     
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    zombiwoof Tele-Afflicted

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    I apologize if I offended the OP. It just struck me as funny, I thought it was just a typo.
    Sorry about that!.
    Al
     
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    LGOberean Doctor of Teleocity

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    My first thought was that it was a typo as well. I could see myself typing something like "Does" when I was actually thinking "What's".

    My second thought was that the OP might be from Texas, where statements such as "I done got took by surprise" are understood perfectly. :twisted:

    When I opened the thread and read other grammatical faux pas in the original post, I immediately checked to see where the OP was from, and that explained it. I'm guessing he knows some English, but used some sort of online translation to render into English what he wanted to say.
     
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