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Peavey has introduced the Valve King Series, a new, all-tube guitar amp line combining boutique features and hot-rodded tones. Valve King amps are available in a 100 Watt head, a 100 Watt 212 combo and a 50 Watt 112 combo...

January 20, 2005

Peavey has introduced the Valve King Series, a new, all-tube guitar amp line combining boutique features and hot-rodded tones. Valve King amps are available in a 100 Watt head, a 100 Watt 212 combo and a 50 Watt 112 combo.

Peavey Valve King amps feature a patent-pending, variable Class A/B control called Texture, allowing sweepable selection between Class A and Class B power structures, as well as any combination of the two. With this exclusive feature, guitarists can coax a wide range of tones from this amplifier. The amp's preamp and power sections are powered by 6L6GC and 12AX7 tubes, respectively, and drive specially voiced 12" Valve King loudspeakers (112 and 212 versions only).

Additional standard features include two footswitchable channels with independent, three-band EQ and volume, plus a footswitchable gain/volume boost on the lead channel to provide extra volume for solos. Valve King amps also feature global resonance, presence and reverb controls, a buffered effects loop and dual speaker jacks in parallel (head and 212 only).

The Valve King Series will be available in Q2 2005 from authorized Peavey dealers.

Valve King 212 / Valve King 100 Head

  • 100 Watts into 4, 8 or 16 Ohms
  • Four 6L6GC and three 12AX7 tubes
  • Two independent footswitchable channels
  • Separate EQ for each channel
  • Footswitchable gain/volume boost on lead channel
  • Dual speaker jacks in parallel
  • Two 12" Valve King speakers (212 combo only)
  • Reverb with level control
  • Buffered effects loop
  • Resonance and presence controls
  • New, patent-pending Texture variable Class A/B simulation control
  • U.S. MSRP $TBA

Valve King 112

  • 50 Watts into 16 Ohms
  • Two 6L6GC and three 12AX7 tubes
  • Two independent footswitchable channels
  • Separate EQ for each channel
  • Footswitchable gain/volume boost on lead channel
  • External speaker capability
  • One 12" Valve King speaker
  • Reverb with level control
  • Buffered effects Loop
  • Resonance switch for tight or loose cabinet response
  • New, patent-pending Texture variable Class A/B simulation control
  • U.S. MSRP $499.99

For more information, visit their web site at www.peavey.com

By our press release coordinator Saturday February 12, 2005