For the first time, the high gain Peavey 6505 series amplifier is available in a 1x12 combo amp configuration. The Peavey 6505 - the amplifier used by metal stars Trivium, Machine Head, Bullet For My Valentine and many more - will now be available in a 60-watt combo with two channels and an extensive feature set.
Peavey 6506 Plus 112 Combo Amp Features
- 60 watts (RMS)
- 16, 8, or 4 ohms (switchable)
- Five 12AX7 preamp tubes
- Two 6L6GC power amp tubes
- Footswitchable lead/rhythm channel select
- Effects loop
- Separate 3-band EQ on each channel
- Separate Resonance and Presence controls for each channel
- Rhythm channel: pre-/post-gain, footswitchable Crunch boost
- Lead channel: pre-/post-gain controls
- Genuine Accutronics 3-spring reverb
- Integrated MSDI microphone-simulated XLR direct interface
- One 12 inch Sheffield speaker
- Top handle
- External speaker outputs
The 6505 Plus 112 combo harnesses the full gain and legendary tone of the Peavey 6505 Series, which since 1991 has defined the sounds of extreme rock guitar, into a format that is equally suited to clubs, rehearsal rooms and studios. Five select 12AX7 preamp tubes and a pair of 6L6GC power-amp tubes provide the tonal foundation for the 6505 Plus 112 combo, while patented circuitry such as Peavey's Resonance control tweak its legendary tone.
Both the Lead and Rhythm channels feature independent three-band EQ, pre/post gain controls and Presence and Resonance adjustment. The Rhythm channel also includes a footswitchable Crunch boost. The 6505 Plus 112 combo also features the Peavey MSDI microphone-simulated direct interface, which eliminates the need for miking by allowing users to route the amp's signal directly to a recording device or mixing console.
Additional features include three-spring reverb, effects loop and external speaker outputs, plus a 12 inch Sheffield loudspeaker in a sealed-back cabinet that offers maximum resonance and sound projection.
The extensive Peavey 6505 artist roster includes Machine Head, Trivium, Bullet For My Valentine, Black Tide, Evergrey, Unearth, Story of the Year, Bleeding Through, Job For A Cowboy, Black Stone Cherry, In Flames, Gojira, Daath, Divine Heresy, Evergreen Terrace, The Devil Wears Prada, Bury Your Dead, All That Remains, Demon Hunter and many more.