#1
Hello guys.
If I want to get good sound at low volume from Peavy Bandit 112 Transtube 80W, what pedal should I get? I'm novice at these things. So I apologize for stupid question.

Thank you very much.
#3
There's nothing stupid about the question, but what kind of "good sound" are you trying to get?

I don't know about the Bandit, but I get sounds I like very much at low volume from my modded Epi VJ. In my case, it is about choosing the right pickups and stomps once I have homed in on an amp.
#4
What are you trying to achieve tonally? You need to be specific.

What pedals are you considering and for what purpose?
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#5
Define low. Seriously. Because there’s a big difference between getting a good sound at 85dB and at 65dB.
#6
^ Yeah. And also the type of tone you're trying to get.
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#7
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Hello guys.
If I want to get good sound at low volume from Peavy Bandit 112 Transtube 80W, what pedal should I get? I'm novice at these things. So I apologize for stupid question.

Thank you very much.


Get a small digital amp - Roland Micro Cube etc. They are much more effective at lower levels.