#1
For about a year now, I've been searching for one of these to no avail.
I needed a nice solid state clean amp to do Metallica type cleans with, but didn't wanna spend the cash for a Jazz Chorus.
I decided to check out guitar center on a whim, and I found one for $99!
I bought it yesterday, and it got here today. Ueber fast shipping.

So what is it you ask?
You tell me!


So we know it's a Peavey, and an older one at that.
But what could it be?
Let's have a look!



It's a Peavey Studio Chorus 210!
Been looking for one of these, or the 212 stereo chorus for ages, and found it on GC.
Great cleans, if you're a SS clean guy.
It's essentially a Jazz Chorus clone.
Really underrated amps that sell for really cheap.


Got some quick clipz with my JAM Waterfall doing the chorus.
I like my waterfall better than the amp's chorus.
https://soundcloud.com/frank-birkner/stereo-chorus-demo

Full amp rig pic
#2
Hmmm, my buddy has one of those... I never thought much of it. Is it really that similar to a JC?

The SSL is so damn sexy dude, if you want the Peavey to get any attention you need a pic without it.
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It was a full rig pic

All I saw was the SSL.
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#8
nice
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#11
nice. i love good sounding older more oddball amps. enjoy it. nice clip too. 80's-ish randall, ampeg, and, peavey etc. are fun, especially if they are unique.

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#12
If nothing else they are a great backup amp. Those old SS Peaveys are reliable little beasties.

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#14
If you have both amps running then it's a simple matter to use it if you blow a tube mid gig, you wouldn't even have to stop, just hit the AB box and turn on the Riot (or other distortion pedal). You can do it mid song if need be. So even better.
Gilchrist custom
Yamaha SBG500
Telecasters
Randall RM100 & RM20
Marshall JTM45 clone
Marshall JCM900 4102 (modded)
Marshall 18W clone
Fender 5F1 Champ clone
Atomic Amplifire
Marshall 1960A
Boss GT-100


Cathbard Amplification
My band
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