ValveKing 212 reviews— 18 total
18 user reviews of ValveKing 212 by Peavey
The clean channel is versatile, can take various pickup setups and still stay clean. The biggest con with the amp...
For a first tube amp this is great but be warned your next amp will be much more expensive it...
Nice distortion channel and definitely enough gain to play punk/hard rock/metal.
Whether I'm rippin' an A7X solo or playing some light chord progression, I am impressed.
I also own a Peavey bass amp and love that.
This is amp suites all my needs perfectly and really goes beyond my expectations.
I've been playing for about 20 years and have owned mucho gear.
I have been playing for more than 2 years now and this is my first big amp and I don't...
If you are playing softer rock, I would probably reccomend the Vox AD100VT.
it's gig worthy and practice worthy, at high and low volumes, with any tone.
I think that this amp works very well for what I play and I would definitely replace it if it...
It is a good match for the kind of music I play.
If it were stolen, I would cry, take $600 out of the Mesa Boogie fund and buy another one.
My main styles, and this amp matches it.
The only thing I would like more than this amp is another one just like it sittin on top of...
It sounds great for all the music I play especially metal and hardcore, but also classic rock and blues, you...
If someone stole this amp or broke it.
For just $650 you get an amp that's more then loud/durable enough to play at small gigs and jam sessions.