#1
Fun story to prove reliability of Peavey amps..

Me and a friend were driving his truck with all our gear in the back, He has a Peavey 5150 head. We hit a major bump and the head fell out and rolled. We were going about 35 (residential)

So we stopped, and got it. It has some cosmetic damage, But we hooked it up to the cab as soon as we got to his house and it sounded just as good.

None of the very fragile tubes were damaged at all, no knobs broke, nothing was mechanically wrong.

I bet that if that happened to a marshall, it would of destroyed the tubes.

ps. IM BORED

Someone should talk to me :[
#3
Quote by chase312


I bet that if that happened to a marshall, it would of destroyed the tubes.
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Why don't you buy a Marshall and find out?

But that's pretty sturdy for a head.
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#5
Pete Traynor used to test his amps by dropping them out of a two-storey window...that's durability!