ValveKing Head reviews— 16 total
16 user reviews of ValveKing Head by Peavey
The Marshall was my main amp for awhile and was great but the ValveKing is better.
However, the lack of a crunch or rhythm channel really limits my ability to change tones quickly between songs.
The main being the terrible Reverb, location of the Effects Loop & Texture Knob.
I've been playing for a few years now, I own a Roland cube-60, and a Peavey Vypyr 30, and I...
If someone stole this I would most likely buy a new one as it is a very good price and...
In this price range the Peavey Valveking surely takes the first place.
This amp screams when you find a good distortion and has beautiful girl-seducing cleans.
I wish I could say different. I would never buy another one of these.
I couldn't turn it up too loud at Guitar Center, plus I was playing through a different cab (don't remember...
I even plugged my non-active acoustic guitar pickup into it and it sounds just fine.
For either rock, metal, blues, or any style.
I have been playing for 18 years. Is this were stolen, I will find that suckers Who stole my amps and plug my guitar cable wire where the sun don't Shine and make him/her hits those high guitar notes..
I have been playing for ~5 years now and even though I don't own a lot of my own gear...
I've been playing for about 5 years now and I'm not changing amp until I can afford a Dual Rectifier.
I've been playing for about 2 1/2 years, and I had a Marshall VS100 and G50R CD before this, and...
I have many other guitars and amps and this is definately a good sounding amp.