Vypyr 75 reviews— 19 total
19 user reviews of Vypyr 75 by Peavey
I think I shouldn't label it as a practice amp.
The options and tones are endless for this.
It's worth it then. But don't overpay.
This amp does beat the Line 6 in versatility no doubt.
I wish I had bought the Sanpera foot-switch when I got the amp, because I heard it is a great...
Running a compressor through is probably a good idea.
If someone was to steal it I'd chase them down and beet them then take it back but only because...
For what I payed, I think this has done the job quite well.
And I need to say that this amp is really versatile for any kind of music.
Probably the only amp I will ever own besides a Mesa Dual Rectifier.
This amp is perfect for anything. You can make just any sound with it.
I bought this amp because I wanted something future proof as after 2 and a half years of playing I...
Granted, it is a jack of all trades, not particularly a 'master' of any, but it is extremely close.
You don't have to worry about pedals thousands of cords and all that junk.
I myself have been playing (acoustic and electric) for almost 4 years now, and using this amp for about 2...
I am a researcher to the max. And, my research and going to Guitar Center to play it proved that this amp is great for me.
I have been playing for about 3 years and I own a squire strat and an MXR Carbon Copy analog...
I own an Epiphone Les Paul Standard. I've been playing upwards of two years.
I use this for practicing and jamming and it's a great match.