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    Default The Infamous ROCKWANNABIE !!!

    Ok...
    This is Me.....




    And this is what I have in the way of gear right now.


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    Theres that infamous Peavey Express 112!
    Hows that working out for you so far?

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    I like it.
    A big difference between it and my DRIVE CD300.
    Althought the DRIVE sounds good, it didn't pick up on certain things real well.
    An example would be the different pickups on the Tele.
    On the CD300, swithing between pickups would produce a change if you were really listening for it.
    But on the Peavey, the change is very pronounced. And a much better tone.
    Also, I have a DOD Digital Delay.
    On the CD300, you had to really work at the controls to make a difference.
    Again, on the Peavey, it is there, and I can mak minor adjustments on the pedal, and actually hear the changes thru the amp.

    To be honest, after using the Express, if I can get better at playing...enough to justify $400-$600, I would like to get the Peavey ValveKing tube amp. Either the 112 or 212.

    The only issue I have with the Express, is the POST GAIN control.
    If I turn it past 1, there is ALOT of noise. So I keep it on 1 and turn up the Pre Gain. Doesn't bother me to much cause I don't really use the 2nd channel.

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    that's a nice peavey emblem you have there...
    The good Admin giveth, and he taketh away...

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    You know...it just showed up in the mail one day......

    It's amazing what a difference something like that can make to the looks of something.

    Thanks Man.........

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    it adds character. that emblem has been all the way across the states. :)
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    Hey Rockwanna, were you doing some autocrossing or something in that first pic?

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    Thanks for showing us your gear 'n stuff. Good to see you, your shirt and car! Sho' is a low-rider!

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    Yeh...Thats my other hobby.

    No...No autocross. Just a car show.
    3rd place, but..I'll take it.

    1986 Fiero GT.
    Took the stock wheels off and replaced them with 16" wheels.
    Lowered the car 2".
    Did the interior in leather.

    I'm 6'3" and 240 lbs.
    I can fall into the car easy enough, but sometimes, getting out is a pain.

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    Sounds good, I used to autocross my old Camaro, it was a blast.

 

 

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