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Musikmesse 2013: Peavey showcase the Vypyr VIP series amps
The new Peavey Vypyr VIP series amps are set to revolutionize the modeling amp world. The VIP (Variable Instrument Performance) amplifiers are the first amps to contain Acoustic, Bass and Electric guitar amp models offering players amplification for a variety of instrument types. The VIP's were initially announced at this year's Winter Namm show in January but now are being given their official european launch.
Morphing from bass amp to acoustic amp and electric amp is merely one aspect of what the VIP's offer. For the first time ever for amps of this size and class, electric guitar players now have access to other instrument models as well.
The Peavey Vypyr VIP series amps are loaded with powerful 32-bit floating point SHARC processors and the patented Transtube® analog circuitry in order to offer players the best sounding modelling amps on the market today.
Posted on 11 Apr 2013 14:19 to category : Instruments News
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