I went to my local music store tonight and was looking for a good combo amp for a good price. The salesman (who is also a good friend of mine) pointed me to a strange Peavey 300 Watt 1x15 combo. It was kinda dirty, but worked really good. It was on consignment for $370, but since it had been there for over a month, the owner might be willing to drop $20 or so. It sounded really good and handled the low end really well. I tried it through two of the four basses there, a Modulus Genesis Vintage J with Bartolini Pickups, and a Cort fretless with an active EQ and a Mahogany body. (they rarely get bass stuff and when they do it rarely moves, I've played these two basses so many times I practically own them ) It sounded great with both basses, and since I know both those basses' tones so well I could tell it sounded good. The thing is, I just checked the Peavey website, and there's no information on it. It has a 1 15" speaker, 300 watts, no graphic EQ, a built-in compressor, a weird EQ where instead of saying the Frequency number it said stuff like "Bottom", "Punch", and "Edge", but when I dialed each one in, it actually sounded like what it was called! and last it was rather old and well used, although in perfect working order. Any idea what model it is or when it might have been made? I can't wait to get it! I used to have bad feelings toward Peavey, after I tried that one Cirrus 4-string I realized they make some really good stuff.