Peavey 6505+ Head
Peavey 6505+ Head

6505+ Head, Tête d'ampli guitare tout lampe de la marque Peavey appartenant à la série 6505.

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Note moyenne :4.8( 4.8/5 sur 12 avis )
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Cible : Utilisateurs avertis Rapport qualité/prix : Excellent
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L'avis de darkwolf291 (contenu en anglais)"Metal Machine"

Peavey 6505+ Head
This is a 100w, two channel, all tube monster. It uses 6 12AX7 preamp tubes to give you a ludicrous amount of gain, and 4 6L6 power tubes. It has footswitchable lead and rhythm channels and FX Loop. It has a 3-band EQ, Pre and Post gain, Presence, and Resonance controls for both channels. The Rhythm Channel has a Bright and Crunch switch. It has 3 speaker outs for 4, 8, and 16 ohm cabs.


This amp is easy to get an awesome sound out of if you know how to do it. It is also easy to get a muddy, horrible sound out of. This thing has more gain than you will ever use, so it's better to keep the Pregain as low as you can for what you want to play. Push it too high and it WILL be muddy. It's very easy to make this amp sound great.


This is a metal machine. End of story. Nice, Thick, aggressive, powerful gain. Can be as tight or as loose as you want it too be. Throw an OD in front to tighten things up and you've got an awesome amp, suited perfectly for Metal. It has more of an American voicing, and has a load of mids. Very easy to cut through the mix using this amp.
The cleans aren't as bad as some people will lead you to believe, but they're not stellar. They're some what thin and a little lifeless, but a Chorus and Reverb helps greatly.


All in all, this is one bad-ass amp. Perfect for any style of metal you can imagine, and also can do Rock and hardcore without batting an eye. It's the go-to amp for high-gain tones, and for good reason. It's a solid amp with a great tone for an awesome price. There are amps that can out do it, but those cost a lot more. This is the king of the $1000-1500 metal amps I've played, and sounds even better with a boost.
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L'avis de PurposeToMelody (contenu en anglais)"Is it a one trick pony? yes! darn it its a good trick though"

Peavey 6505+ Head
Specification Detail
Type Tube
Number of Channels 2
Power 120W
Effects No Effects
Reverb No Reverb
EQ Low, Mid, High
Amp Modeling No Amp Modeling
Number of Models 0
Number of Tubes 9
Preamp Tubes 5 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 4 x 6L6GC
Inputs 2 x Instrument
Outputs 2 x Speaker
Footswitch I/O Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Height 10"
Width 26.63"
Depth 11.75"
Weight 48.3 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 575660


It does take a little tweaking, but it really is just a one trick pony and is pretty simple to dial in, make sure you keep the mids high and you'll be fine


Mainly a Les Paul.

man this thing SCREAMS you want chunking huge rhythms? YOU GOT IT. You want pristine cleans? well. maybe not that, but it'll do its darndest.

Honestly though, it sounds great and for metal leads and rhythms it is very much a standby in the metal world, and for good reason, its very hard to beat both for the price and the sound you get. it really is very responsive in pretty much every way.

Cleans: Very well, clean, and thats it, they're boring and kind of lifeless, but if you must use them you can.

Crunch: now this channel is quite amazing and is really kind of a secret weapon in my opinion, very clear and defined and makes for great medium and high gain rhythm tones, especially with a boost, I would buy this amp based on this channel alone probably, its that good.

Distortion: This is what metalheads buy this amp for, it SOUNDS HUGE. and for leads its hard to beat.

the bad of this amp is it does get very muddy if you don't know how to control it, but you'll be ok if you keep your mids high.


Great amp, just be wary of its down falls. one trick pony? yes. but gosh darn it its a heckuva good trick