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Peavey Studio pro 112 value?

Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by Haps, Sep 4, 2015.

  1. Haps

    Haps NEW MEMBER!

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    I've inherited a Peavey "teal" "studio pro 112" made in the USA.
    It works, ( I've plugged it in to my keyboard) but I can't seem to find out what these are going for if I want to sell it.
    The 'bandit' seems to be another version of it?
    Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
     
  2. stax

    stax Tele-Afflicted

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    I had one last year that took an age to sell, perfect nick and I finally got £60 for it, a month ago I picked up the 1x10 version for £20 off ebay as no one else bid, good amps but not worth a lot.
     
  3. highwayman

    highwayman Former Member

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    I would keep it.not worth much maybe $70 around here but a good amp none the less
     
  4. Jim Dep

    Jim Dep Friend of Leo's

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    The Bandit is the next sized big brother to Studio Pro 112's. IMO, the teal striped series is the best Peavey SS series for features, tone and reliability. The age should be a late 80's through mid 90's. These are solid amps that unfortunately are way under appreciated. I think your's also has a spring reverb, IINM.

    These can be found at pawn shops or CL between $75 to $150 last time I looked a few years ago.
     
  5. stax

    stax Tele-Afflicted

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    I do like a Peavey amp even though they mainly get used as a spare for gigs and can't resist when I see the price they go for, I won a red stripe Bandit a few weeks ago on ebay for £48 and that sounds great.
     
  6. Haps

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    Thank you!
     
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    schenkadere Friend of Leo's

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    That's a keeper. Not worth selling and the teal is the best Peavey version IMO. That's a really nice amp. Congrats!
     
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    People are sold on the Bandit, but smaller models are usually ignored. Except by me. Got a Silver Stripe TT Envoy 110 for $20.00 last fall, somebody had left it behind when they moved.
     
  9. TheInertials

    TheInertials TDPRI Member

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    I think they're so ugly that no one wants to buy them? Just my thinking. I had a Peavey Ultra 100 head from the blue stripe series. The reason I sold it wasn't really the tone per se. Just got tired of looking at that big ugly blocky head sitting there with its disgusting jagged Peavey logo poking in all directions and that sickening teal-ish blue striping across.
     
  10. Jim Dep

    Jim Dep Friend of Leo's

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    :eek:
    Really? I like the pointy Peavy logo. It's an old familiar friend, with
    all the charm of an early 1970's Williams pinball machine.

    The pointy artwork Williams had was supposed to be hip looking;
    some weird type of 70's art deco. :cool:

    Mod Squadish.
     
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