#1
hi is the old 1989 peavey tnt 115 a good bass amp? thing is because its quite an old amp is there any chance it could fall apart or the electronics stop working?
the seller has refurbished the amp too if that means anything
#2
Quote by rroastbeef
hi is the old 1989 peavey tnt 115 a good bass amp? thing is because its quite an old amp is there any chance it could fall apart or the electronics stop working?
the seller has refurbished the amp too if that means anything


That's only about 22 years old. People are still playing through 50 and 60 year old amps. Try it out before you buy it. Simple as that.
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#4
Does the seller have good feedback? That's really your only good indication on how legitimate the amp works. Ask him what his "refurbishment" entails.
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#5
Quote by LaidBack
Does the seller have good feedback? That's really your only good indication on how legitimate the amp works. Ask him what his "refurbishment" entails.

This.


There's plenty of Peaveys from the 80s that are still going strong, I'd not hestitate to buy one. And even if something breaks, these are all analog (except for a handful of exceptions), so they can be fixed most of the time.
#6
They are a good solid workhorse. Nothing fancy but they get the job done. You could do a lot worse.
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