#1
Last weekend I got the Peavey Vypyr 75W for Christmas, now my girlfriend helped convince my parents to let me have it early

So I've been playing around with it, now I'm just wondering, what do each of the low, mid, high knobs do? I can't seem to figure it out yet.

Like what do they control... thanks in advance
#2
Quote by eltyr18
Last weekend I got the Peavey Vypyr 75W for Christmas, now my girlfriend helped convince my parents to let me have it early

So I've been playing around with it, now I'm just wondering, what do each of the low, mid, high knobs do? I can't seem to figure it out yet.

Like what do they control... thanks in advance


they are EQ.

Low= adjust bass (low end)

Mid= adjust the mids (higher will give you more volume)

High= adjust the highs (high end)


btw I just got a vypyr 75 too.

I love it!
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#3
Quote by ILoveGuitar07
they are EQ.

Low= adjust bass (low end)

Mid= adjust the mids (higher will give you more volume)

High= adjust the highs (high end)


btw I just got a vypyr 75 too.

I love it!


Cool, thanks, that explains a bunch.

and yea, I love it too, I'm constantly trying new things on it.
#4
Midrange does not give you more volume. It gives you more... midrange.
#6
eltyr18 - in addtion to being an EQ, those knobs also control some of the effects. I would read thru the manual for how to do it exactly and also ask over in The Only Vypyr Thread.

Good luck and congrats.
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#7
Quote by al112987
Midrange does not give you more volume. It gives you more... midrange.


that is true.

I'm trying to talk in terms that he can understand better.
It does give more midrange, more midrange is more volume as well which will help you cut through the mix a little better for solos, or w/e.

he didn't know what eq was, so he obviously doesn't know what midrage is.
Just trying to help give a better understanding.
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#8
Go to the official Peavey Vypyr Thread and ask there.
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#9
How do you guys like that amp

for i am considering getting one

How precise can you get the tone with the led lights limmiting you???
#10
Quote by A6stringrythm
How do you guys like that amp

for i am considering getting one

How precise can you get the tone with the led lights limmiting you???

what would the LED's do? they aren't in the signal path.
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LTD MH-400 with Gotoh GE1996T (EMG 85/60)
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Audient iD22 interface
Peavey Revalver 4, UAD Friedman BE100/DS40
Adam S3A monitors
Quote by Anonden
You CAN play anything with anything....but some guitars sound right for some things, and not for others. Single coils sound retarded for metal, though those who are apeshit about harpsichord probably beg to differ.
#11
The led's are more accurate than a knob.
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