Rage 158 reviews— 24 total
24 user reviews of Rage 158 by Peavey
When I gig it can be in a smaller hall or room, or in a large venue - i hoped...
It's versatile, just loud enough and durable. I haven't found a reason to get rid of mine yet, though I've collected quite a few amps over the years.
Taking out the minor annoyance of the toggles this amp is perfect for newbies who wish to take their love...
I have been playing this time for a year, but I play with this amp for around 6 months back...
and it really fits with me because it can change to what you want it to.
For my style of music, this thing actually kind of blows.
Ok, so when I'm at home I usually plug into my big ol' Marshall, but that's just me.
Fender Twin Reverbs, Hiwatts, Marshall JCMs and certainly none seem to have that same ease of use, feel and great...
Been playing for about 5 months and this thing rocks.
I've been playing for about 2-3 years and I prefer this amp over most amps I've played before.
This amp deffinatly doesn't match(atleast without the v-amp2).
It is ok on clean and has a lot of distortion.
It depends if you like the distortion on it.
I don't know what I wheter to buy it or not, but in that price range there aren't many amplifiers...
It's nice for my skill right now but I wouldn't mind some effects and stuff.
I've been playing 3 years now, and if I could afford a better amp, I'd buy one.
If it were stolen I would probably save up for a better amp from Peavey like a Bandit or a...
15-watts of unbelievable reliability, durablility, and sound.. .
This little amp can crank like you wouldn't believe.
I'm planning to play in a band. My Peavey will remain my practice amp but ofcourse with my Metal Zone pedal.
I would say it ranks a notch above the Fender 15G amp.
It just has that nice tone to it.
The amp is excellent for any sort of music, but I do believe that the Rage 158 is the best...
It's what I play through almost all the time, and with no effects.