Hey guy's , I am new here but thought I would put in my 2 cents. I wouldn't say the T-40 is more suitable to one form of music over another. Also a peavey century 200 + 15 inch peavey box, peavey tnt 130 combo. Electronics are what you would expect, could stand a new switch, jack and pots but they still felt reliable. With more punch and high output blade pickups , but very similar tone. As others have said the tone from the neck pick up is fantastic. The quality, fit, and finish are amazing.
Just picking it up at home and playing it, it's almost always in tune. That might just be because the neck pickup is so extraordinary. No porn, but if I'm transgressing the other forum rule and it is the only rule that matters let me know and I'll start a new thread. I previously owned a birdseye Millennium 4-string, serial 11732688 and it was dated by Peavey as 2002. Jan 27, Peavey could proabaly help you with the date for that amp. Classic Series Guitar Amplifiers — This line of guitar amplifiers are made specifically for blues, jazz and classic rock players. This is partly because my ears are now probably more able to pick out low frequencies amongs the general racket going out on stage.
The offset, asymmetrical body design offers comfort, proper balance and maximum playing ease. I did a search for Reactors here recently, didn't find a whole lot of information. Most guitar manufacturers put a serial number on each instrument they produce. In the summers we have a program where local and semi-pro bands get a chance to play a free concert downtown on Fridays. Believe me, play the Squire then play the Peavey and you will agree. I gotta tell you, I think this is a great guitar for the money.
The current line of Classic series amplifiers consists of three variations of the Classic model, and two variations of the Delta Blues model. Posts : 6 Join date : 2011-05-18 Subject: Re: serial numbers Mon Jun 06, 2011 6:45 am You are absolutely right about 'stereotyping' instruments. A notable member of this lineup is the Royal 8 5-watt combo, similar to a Fender Champ. Listed below are the brands you can search on. It's kind of fun to switch between the two. Peavey Electronics Corporation is one of.
I was pleasantly surprise with the pickups as well, both pickups sounded great but the neck pickup sounded exceptionally good. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. I've never been much of a fan of the middle position on a Tele, but on this guitar it's amazing. I linked to a thread above that suggested all the parts in this Reactor are imported. I need to repair the chips on the body and polish the spot on the face where I dropped a blob of hot solder. Thanks for your interest and consideration! What's it like for live music? Yeah these things a definately better than an affinity series Squier and I'm a fan of those too.
To negotiate shipping rates to other locations, please send me a message. Sometimes the the headstock shape, the style of the lettering on the headstock, and other things help. Unfortunately the archive containing this old serial number information has a problem and is currently shut down. Models that debuted in included the vaguely stratish Predator, and the first doubleneck! Also the pickups in the Peavey sound great. Wildhawk, I thought the same thing.
My toaster T-60s do the Southern rock, but my main T-60 with blades gets the lion share of play time. I've got a Koa Reactor body someone at Peavey was playig around but it will need a Peavey neck. We assure you that Peavey Electronics will continue it s a tradition of working hard to insure that our customers get the best possible quality, value, and service. Pickups: The two Peavey hum cancelling pickups, custom hand-wound in our Meridian, Mississippi custom shop, supply optimal output and tonal response. Agreed, it's refreshing to have some variety and the Omniac as pictured above is a decent looking guitar. Jay Freddie would know, he has half a dozen of 'em. Others have mentioned the nicely shaped neck and tinted finish.
My Generation Tele-clone gets it's most use on surf music. This number can be used to date a guitar and in some cases tell where it was made. Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Tony Salieri Houston, Texas I'm a tone deaf hack. Does anyone know what kind of wood they used on these early 90's Reactors? The stock tuners are pretty crappy and might end up be replaced too.
If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the by clicking the link above. If you believe something is inaccurate, please point it out in the comments section at the bottom. Last I saw, however, is that their database is down right now. Since it doesn't affect current production it hasn't been a high priority. Controls -- Pickup Selector Switch: This three-position switch allows selection of pickups in various combinations.
Serial numbers are also helpful for identifying and ordering proper parts should repairs ever become necessary. I pulled my old Peavey T out of the basement I'm wondering when it was made. I know what you mean about its sound. Except somebody once decided to paint it black the body, that is and it looks like it's been stored in a barn without a case for the last decade or so. Well, whenever I get the Reactor payed in full and bring it home probably in a couple of weeks , I now have a replacement neck pickup for her.