Transtube Studio Pro 112 reviews— 16 total
16 user reviews of Transtube Studio Pro 112 by Peavey
With my DF7 pedal and with the T.Dynamics up full though I can certainly get a very good sound from...
I was used to an all-tube setup but using this and the tonelab I'm quite happy.
I love this thing almost as much as my guitar..
Just dial in what you want and play.
This amp totally fits these styles. I've been playing for about 2 years.
I chose this amp because when I was playing with the FM2121, that f--ker weighed a ton and it kept...
When the store didn't have one, the owner himself recommended the Peavey Transtube Studio Pro 112.
If this was lost or stolen, I would definately look for another one(american made of course).
It's a good practice amp and beginner amp.
Can be used for just about anything, and although it obviously isn't going to be the best, for the price...
This amp is one versitile beast. I use a Boss MT-2 Metal Zone pedal for my distortion.
It has a great lead tone and can cut through the mix very, very well.
I've been playing since June 2005. It really shocked me.
This is my second amp, after starting off with a no-name beginner amp, and I'm very pleased with the sound.
I've had it over a year and no problems.
I think there are only two downfalls to this amp: 1) There is no headphone jack; 2) When connecting an...