#1
well later today im getting a 80 watt peavey bandit 112 for 50 bucks.

This one to be exact.

im just wondering how people feel about this amp for metal.

or if youve used it, please tell me your experience with it.
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#2
I have one. The clean channel rocks, and takes pedals pretty well.
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#3
Well for 50 bucks you can't go wrong....
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#4
My guitar teacher has one, it's actually awesome, really impressed with it.
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Well for 50 bucks you can't go wrong....


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#6
i dont get the 25%, 50%, 100% power level selector switch.
first time ive had to deal with one.
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#7
The question is: is it as good as the B52 AT112?
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#8
I love mine! I think the speaker simulated output that's on the back doesn't work on mine when I tried it, but I don't really care.
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#9
im thinking about getting this
is it only good for metal
im not a extreme metal fan
i like all kinds of rock
is the amp fuzzy?
and does it work well with pedals
#10
This is an old thread, but no it's not "only good for metal". It's not even a metal amp. It has a good classic rock crunch and a clean channel that works well with pedals. Plus an FX loop. It's a good amp. You should be able to do metal with the right pedal.
#11
Quote by fly135
This is an old thread, but no it's not "only good for metal". It's not even a metal amp. It has a good classic rock crunch and a clean channel that works well with pedals. Plus an FX loop. It's a good amp. You should be able to do metal with the right pedal.
...?

http://netmusicians.org/?section=amp&value=Peavey%20Bandit%20112&offset=10&display=10

IMO, metal is what the Bandit excels at. I just don't think there's enough warmth for classic rock IMO.
#12
it's great actually, my former guitar teacher owned one. check ebay, these can be found for cheaps.
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#13
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...?

http://netmusicians.org/?section=amp&value=Peavey%20Bandit%20112&offset=10&display=10

IMO, metal is what the Bandit excels at. I just don't think there's enough warmth for classic rock IMO.
Welp, there ya go it does metal too. Like I said it's a good amp. Especially since they can be found really cheap.

Don't like this classic rock?

http://netmusicians.org/?section=id&value=911
Last edited by fly135 at Apr 2, 2010,