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    Underglazed Hair Metalologist 80's_Metal's Avatar
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    Default Hey Peavey!

    Make a 50 watt Piranha....


    I love the tiny plug and play thing.... But 20w just won't cut it in my band setting.



    That is all.

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    Default Re: Hey Peavey!

    Effects send to a SD PowerStage 170 pedal.
    Last edited by JamesPaul; 10-15-2019 at 12:59 AM. Reason: Struggling to add the "170"
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    Default Re: Hey Peavey!

    Dv Mark does similar small high power plug and play amps.

    I wonder how they are, as they get very little attention anywhere...
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    Default Re: Hey Peavey!

    Look onto a Badcat Unleash. It'll take a little amp up to 100 watts if you need it.

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    Default Re: Hey Peavey!

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesPaul View Post
    Effects send to a SD PowerStage 170 pedal.
    Exactly. Look for the "That Pedal Show" episode where they feed a small practice amp into the Power Stage, I think it was for Steven Wilson so he can take that sound on tour?

    Edit: But if I were using a Power Stage power amp I would rather try a preamp pedal by AMT instead to keep it all in friendly pedal board size. Like the AMT P2 or maybe the new AMT P-Lead
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    Default Re: Hey Peavey!

    The AMT bricks look awesome.

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