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Peavey Centurion MkIII

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by ChRiS bE, May 20, 2002.

  1. What do you guys know about them.

    I know mine was bulit in 1978.

    I also a have a 2x15 peavey cab (with loaded with peavey scorpions)

    Thnnx in advance :D
  2. jamminji


    Mar 22, 2002
    If it is the same one I had years ago. It was a decent smallish head. I biamped it with a BH-400 Peavey. I used the Centurion for the highs and the 400 for the lows because the 400 had more watts. I think you can find a manual for it on the peavey site. I think it had about 120 - 130Watts at 4ohms. Which would mean only about 80-100watts at 8ohms. But for it's time it had alot of flexibility with In's and Out's.

  3. sobie18


    May 5, 2002
    Shaw AFB, SC
    After my parents bought me and my brother a Basic 40 back in '84, I paid for my own stack in '88. I got the Mark IV with the 215BW and that rocked! I still like the way they sound together...I also run other heads through the cab and they sound great. As a matter of fact, I picked up a spare Mark IV head @ the House of Guitars (Rochester) while home on leave a few years ago to add more umpth when bi-amping....
  4. Thanx guys

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