The Peavey 6505 1992 Original is the result of extensive research and development to produce the ultimate rock 'n' roll guitar amp, featuring super rock crunch, harmonic-rich sustain, and screaming metal drive like you've never heard from another amp. The undisputed go-to guitar amplifier for scores of rock, hardcore and metal bands for its raw tone, relentless power and road-proven reliability, the 6505 features five 12AX7 preamp tubes and four 6L6GC power amp tubes, with presence and resonance controls and three-band EQ for taming its notorious tone.These features, combined with its classic ultra-high gain preamp capabilities and monstrous 120 W power section, result in an amp with awesome stage presence and enough volume for any gig. For maximum flexibility, a footswitchable effects loop, preamp output and bright/crunch voicing switches (rhythm channel) have also been included. Because of its singular design and distinguished tone, the 6505 is in a category all its own.

Features:

120 watts (rms) into 16, 8, or 4 ohms (switchable)
2-channel preamp switchable on front panel or remote footswitch
Rhythm channel: pre-/post-gain, bright and crunch switches
Five 12AX7 preamp tubes and four 6L6GC power amp tubes
Channels share 3-band EQ
High and low gain inputs
Presence and resonance controls
Switchable post-EQ effects loop
Preamp output
Footswitch included
Lead channel: pre-/post-gain
Universal AC Input Selector for worldwide use

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Island Music Company

La Plata, MD, United States
Sales:10,162
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