Budget SG thru Peavey Revalver

02 Jun Budget SG thru Peavey Revalver



Location-Northern Ireland

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    Posted at 16:29h, 03 June

    Yes thanks.

    Well I sold all my gear in the 90s then about 2 years ago I bought a Jackson DXMG off ebay and was messing about for a year maybe playing once a week. Always been into AC/DC and thought it would be a good idea to get together with some local musicians to jam on some songs, so thats why I bought the 2 Westfields. Currently saving for a Gibson SG Standard, but the WF’s def sound not too bad. Also saw a Marshall Mark II superbass 100w and 4 x12 cab Celstion G12H 30W 55 Hz Gold Label speakers.
    He is only looking £UK 600. Is this a bargain. Just been fully serviced, new output transformer and valves, is this a good deal?
    It soundss friggin awesome.
    Anyway yeah on the vid just playing thru pocket pod tuner as interface to computer soundcard, using Peavey Valveking model with Vintage 4 x 12 cab, and shure 57. Gain channel with bass and mid around 7 or 8, treble around 5, and gain about 8, but no gain boost enabled. Then a touch of sony oxford inflator, and sony oxford room reverb.
    I actually have the valveking with stock speaker and it sounds nothing like the virtual one, it sounds very dark even with the treble up full, but I assume it is the stock speaker.
    Anyway great to be on this forum, been watchin loads of solodallas vids on youtube, I’m trying to convinve him to do a sneaky cover of AC/DC squealer 🙂

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    Posted at 13:27h, 03 June

    Man you are a great player Stevier :), live wire stood out to me great tone there indeed!

    those guitars definatly bring out some the SG standard tones

    what settings did you use on Peavey Revalver?

    i look forward to more vids 😀

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    Posted at 06:14h, 03 June

    great work here! sound great, would have never guessed u’d been on such a long break, keep rocking!

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    Posted at 19:52h, 02 June

    I’ve only started playing a guitar again in the last year really after a long layoff of about 15 years, so go easy.

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