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L'avis de Mr High Gain"pas mal..."
je ne l'est pas acheté(pas les tunes) mais aussi parce que beaucoup dise que avec
un cab mesa le rendu est mieu... je ne sais pas mais en tout cas de ce que j'ai
put entendre cela ma satisfait. Pas de sont deguellasse fin j'ai trouvé...
Apprés il faut essayer avant d'acheter.
Pour moi bon cab
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L'avis de Higher Gain
Rien d'autre a dire, a part que ça vaut pas le coup, si vous avez la 6505, et que vous avez pas trop de sous, prenez un marshall d'occaze (neuf c'est bien trop cher pour ce que c'est) sinon prenez un mesa, diezel ou autre baffle haut de gamme.
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L'avis de King Loudness (contenu en anglais)"Not a great cab"
I've tried the cabinet both with the matching 6505+ head and with other Peavey heads in the line (JSX, XXX, etc) and the results are basically the same. At low volumes, there's really no definition in the tone, and it can get muddy fairly quickly unless you dime treble or presence, which results in ear shattering highs that aren't very pleasing to listen to. As the volume is turned up, the general buzzy texture goes away a bit, but it's replaced with more of the harsh and piercing highs. The midrange is also fairly subdued and scooped out, so it's not really the best balance harmonically. I've found that the low end on this cab isn't nearly where it should be for a 4x12. Cabinets like the Mesa Rectifier or Orange PPC412 have a bunch more bass and low end plus they cut through much better, whereas this one lacks a lot of that tight low end and just gets sort of lost, especially if you use a lot of bass or play an extended range guitar.
All in all I think the Peavey 6505 cab really is not worth the time of day. At $750 new it's completely outclassed by cabinets like the Mesa Boogie Rectifier or EVH 5150 III, both of which have a much better harmonic balance and tone than this one.
L'avis de iamqman (contenu en anglais)"Not too bad for the price"
Each speaker I believe is rated at 75 watts, but I'm not sure since I have never opened the back up off of these cabinets. The construction of the cabinets are pretty decent, but they certainly are no Bogner cab, a Mesa Boogie cabinet, or a Mills acoustics cab. They match the amp but I'm not sure how well they match other amps. My guess is that if you buy this cab it is going to be because you have a Peavey 6505 or 6505+ and you want to get what the manufacturer intended.
Peavey 6505 Angled Guitar Extension Cabinet Features at a Glance:
Angled, closed-back guitar cabinet
Made of high-density plywood construction
Loaded with 4 x 12" Sheffield 1200 speakers
Locking XLR or standard 1/4" inputs
300-watt (RMS) power handling
High-density plywood construction
Speakers 4 x 12" Sheffield
Cabinet Type Angled
Construction Material Plywood
Inputs 1 x XLR, 1 x 1/4"
Outputs No outputs
Other I/O No other I/O
Impedance 16 ohms
Weight 90 lbs.
At new these cab come in at around $750 which isn't bad for a 4x12 cabinet. Marshall cab come in well over that price. So you could probably pick one of these up on the used market for half that since Peavey doesn't retain their resell value all that well.
I would recommend this cab to a Peavey 6505+ or 6505 owner or someone who needs a relatively inexpensive 4x12 cab. I don't have much info on the speakers since the brand name is not familiar to me. They do sound pretty good though coupled with the appropriate amp.