Brand new Peavey (03615310) 6505 piranha micro head. Powerful and portable, the Peavey 6505 Piranha follows in the footsteps of the popular 6505 MH mini head by packing high-gain tones into an even smaller, 20W tube hybrid power amp head. Small enough to use in a bedroom, but powerful enough for the studio, the 6505 Piranha harnesses the full gain and legendary tone of the 6505 Series. The 6505 Piranha adds a few tricks of its own, including a bright switch along with a unique “scoop” control to achieve a wide array of tones with few controls. Additional features include the 20-watt (RMS) solid state power amp, one 4-ohm speaker output, a buffered FX loop, aux. input, headphone out, 12AX7 preamp tube and tooled metal cabinet. This potent practice- and studio-tooled head offers staggeringly simple controls that feature just a gain knob, single EQ control, volume and a crunch/lead button for thicker/smoother gain. The tone control is a 3-band EQ compressed into one knob, so full left is a “10-0-7” scooped tone to “7-7-7” at the 12 o’clock setting to “10-10-10” when rolled full right.
If your amp breaks and you bought it from somewhere else, we can’t fix it because of warranty. Which means you have to ship it to Peavey (worry about it coming back to you in 1 piece) and you lose the amp for a couple of weeks. HOWEVER, if your amp breaks and you bought it at ROCKTOWN MUSIC, we will take care of you. We stock many…many….MANY parts and can get it repaired in a day in most cases. What good is a “warranty” if you can get it fixed where you got it from?
Why get it from Rocktown?
- Our staff of certified guitar technicians examine every instrument before shipping for the best quality.
- We take the time to give our instruments a professional grade set-up before shipping for the best play-ability.
- Our store is ran by real musicians
- 20 Watts
- One 12AX7 Preamp Tube
- Single Channel
- Single Input
- 4 Ohms Impedance
- Gain, EQ, Volume, Crunch/Lead Switch
- Buffered FX Loop
- Aux Input
- Headphone Output
- Heavy-Duty Metal Construction