Peavey Mini Max Head Thread

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by DogBone, Jan 30, 2014.


  1. DogBone

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  2. DogBone

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  3. tgriley62

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    Can't wait. I have the Max112II combo and love it. I am getting a second one for a "poor mans, budget" 400w 2x12 setup. This should do me until these get on the market. Glad peavey took the max combo head and ramped it up watts wise. I checked out the other discussions about Fender and the possible demise of Genz Benz & the GB users are not happy so hopefully with this and the MiniMega peavey will be well represented in the near future
  4. jumblemind

    jumblemind I also answer to Bryan Supporting Member

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    Definitely. Anyone from NAMM get any guesstimates of launch date?
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  6. BurningSkies

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    They're saying this new line of heads and cabs will be released this summer.
  7. BbbyBld

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    We're going to try to have the Mini Max shipping in the spring. We are planning on this summer for a couple other new items.
  8. tgriley62

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    Great. Any idea when the spec's on the new cabs will be released
  9. edencab

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    oh I want ......it won Best at NAMM this year .......any idea of the street $....I think I read the Mini Mega 1000 watter was $500....so hoping it comes in around $300? maybe......count me in!
  10. DogBone

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    Cool, even earlier than I thought. :cool:

    Sounds great Bobby. :bassist:
  11. johnpbass

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    Anyone know the frequencies for the mid shift? It's switchable between two points, right?
  12. M0ses

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    This thing has an effects loop, right? Will I be able to use that to bypass the preamp? Will we also be able to totally bypass that whole pschoacoustic bass thing?
  13. StuartV

    StuartV Out of GAS!! Supporting Member

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    I think one of the other threads said street price on this would be $399. Not bad, but I think I would spend the extra $100 to get the MiniMega 1000. No chicken head knobs on that one, though... ;)
  14. BbbyBld

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    Default is 600Hz (modern). Mid-shift switch pushed in, 250Hz (vintage).

    Yes, yes, and yes.

    Street is $299.
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    nice!......wonder what the Canadian retailers will have as their price?.....
  16. johnpbass

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    Looks like this will be a cool little amp. 400 watts would be plenty of power for what I do and easy to schlep. Simple EQ setup - I like that!
  17. StuartV

    StuartV Out of GAS!! Supporting Member

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    I stand corrected. And... AWESOME!
  18. M0ses

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    In that case I am extremely excited to pick one of these up.
  19. Major Softie

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    This is the major flaw in the MiniMega. Luckily, it appears to be the only flaw, but it does make all the difference....
  20. pica

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    Some of you may have seen my thread on the Peavy Max combo amps. After seeing this amp, it makes the decision that much harder. My first choice was a separate head and cab. Not sure how much the cabs will be priced at but with the amp being $299 it definitely remains in my budget. Can't wait until these come out. If only it didn't have those darn chicken feet knobs. :D
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    I wish 'psycho-acoustics' was written in a bigger... no, HUGE font.
    You know, just to mess with the audience :)

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