I cringe every time I turn on my amp. For a company thats constantly creating milestones in their products, their logo should evolve accordingly.
Have a great weekend fellow dribbblers!
over 1 year ago
I checked their website....Yeah, you're right. This is a huge improvement.
Much more applicable and much much better! That take on A and V is enough to bring out the 'rock on dude' message.
This.. er.. rocks.
I am so jealous about you having a peavey amp, they create beautiful simulations of effects. All I have is a little Roland Cube, it seems like it's time to buy something new...;)
Also you inspired me to think of a new Roland logo, as it's a piece of crap for me.
Nothing to be jealous of Filip. Its just an old Rage 158 that I used to jam with back in the days. Now the Rolly Cube...I'm impressed!
Just a 15W though, it has way less options than for example 40XL. I play on it from the beginning of my adventure with electric guitars and I feel like I need a change now. I will be looking for something a bit stronger(I mainly play in my little room in my house) and with more effects, because I'd like to have fun with gauges and knobs to get what I really want.
Also I really agree with what you wrote on lp forum :)
I totally agree that Peavey desperately needs logo redesign, and this is nice and huge improvement! I have Ibanez amp and their logo looks good imo, but it could still be better.
This is beautiful! @Norman Chan
@Filip Pietroń Mines a 15w as well but one thing I find about Peavs amps is that they give out a pretty broad variety of sounds. But if I had more time I would love to upgrade to a either a 258 or a Vypyr. Yeah, I reckon you should at least go to a 25 or 30w amp although I think you might need to relocate to the garage ;-) Cheers bud.
Ha @Norman Chan only if I'd live in a house not a block of flats ;) A Vypyr is a great idea. Yeah you're right about Peaveys, even the smaller ones have a large pallette of possibilities and the fun never ends. I think I might go for a Fender Mustang, though they are still digital amps they've got what I like - hundreds of options for hours of playing. Cheers!
love the peavey amp)
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