"New" refers to a brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item, and "Used" refers to an item that has been used previously.Hi I got some questions about the Peavey 5150 II and 6505 Head."Hartley Peavey dreamed of becoming a rock star," wrote Inc.) of manufacturing/assembly area over 33 facilities across North America, Europe and Asia, 18 of which are located in their home state of Mississippi.Products are manufactured mainly in China and the United States, and are distributed to 136 different countries.Dating an amplifier by serial numbers can be effective as well.
This may also be helpful when dating a vintage tube guitar amplifier.
Although Peavey Electronics produces a wide variety of equipment, a few designs stand out through their popularity or use by prominent professionals.
These amplifiers (collectively the 5150 series) and speaker cabinets were the result of a collaboration with Eddie Van Halen.
Forgot to mention it in the original post but I'm concerned about reliability, seeing as the 5150 II is older than the 6505 is there any pros or cons versus the 2, I thought I seen somewhere online something about screen grid resistors, etc?
You must have had an erection when garbage pail bands like Nirvana and other 3 chord bands arrived in the 90's.
I’ve tried pretty much all of them, and here’s my two cents on the pros and cons of each (spoiler warning: they’re all pretty solid).