Peavey Nashville 112 Pedal Steel Guitar Amp/Amplifier, 80W. Peavey's Nashville Series has long been the standard for steel guitarists, and the company's support of this genre continues with the introduction of the Nashville 112. The Nashville 112 also features a long-pan Accutronics reverb and a newly designed 12 Blue Marvel speaker that has been carefully voiced for steel guitar applications.
High Gain Input used for most electric guitars. It is 10 dB louder than the Low Gain input. Low Gain is provided for instruments that have extremely high outputs, which can result in overdriving (distorting) the High Gain input. If both inputs are used simultaneously, the output levels are the same Both are low gain. Pre Gain controls the input level of the Nashville 112.
Adjusting this control clockwise will increase the input level resulting in a hotter, more responsive signal. (4) Pre EQ Patch (Volume Pedal Patch). These 1/4 mono jacks allow for Pre EQ effects patching. Connect a quality shielded instrument cable between the send jack and the input of your external effects unit. Connect another quality shielded instrument cable from the output of your effects unit to the return jack.Pay attention to the external effects unit levels (input and output) to avoid distortion. Consult the owners manual for your effects unit.
It should be noted that too strong a signal at the return jack can overdrive the EQ section of the Nashville 112. If this happens, the effects unit output should be reduced. (5) Low, Mid, and High EQ.
This section is an active tone control. Adjusting these knobs clockwise from the center (0) position will amplify the low, mid, or high frequency content. Adjusting counterclockwise from the center (0) position will attenuate the low, mid, or high frequency content. The Shift knob changes the center frequency of the Mid EQ (5), allowing you to tailor the Nashville 112 EQ to accommodate your tone requirements.
The center frequency can be adjusted from 150 Hz to 1.5 kHz. Keep in mind that the further you turn the knob away from a frequency, the less affect the Mid EQ will have on that frequency. The shift and MID controls interact in determining the preferred mid-range settings. Presence is an active tone control that boosts the extreme high frequencies up to 15 dB. Similar to the Pre EQ Patch (4), these jacks are post EQ.
The return level should still be monitored for its strength. In addition, the Post EQ Patch can be taken in and out of the signal path via the footswitch (not included). Adjusting this control clockwise will result in more reverb content in the output of the amp. The reverb can be defeated by rotating the control counterclockwise or via the footswitch (not included). The Master Gain controls the overall volume level of the amplifier.The final adjustment to this control should be made after the desired sound/tone has been achieved. The Power LED illuminates when power is supplied to the amp. If this LED is lit, the amp is on.
Placing this switch in the On position will result in power being supplied to the unit. The Power LED (11) will illuminate when the amp is on.
This mono 1/4 jack provides an input to the power amplifier. When used in conjunction with the Preamp Out jack an effects loop is formed allowing the use of external equalizers and effects. (14) Preamp Out / CD Input. This mono 1/4 jack provides an output from the preamp.When used in conjunction with the Power Amp In jack an effects loop is formed allowing the use of external equalizers and effects. This jack can also be used to connect the output of a CD or tape player to the power amp for play along practicing. A shielded stereo cable should be used to connect to the CD input. The Line Out XLR jack offers you a balanced, low impedance output to go to a mixing board or snake.
This can help to eliminate mics on stage as well as loud levels. This results in less chance of feedback as well.
Use quality mic cables to make this patch. A headphone jack is provided for stereo headphones.This switching jack disengages the internal speaker when plugged in. This jack is provided for the connection of the optional footswitch (part #90001791). The footswitch is a multifunction type, allowing you to defeat the Reverb and/or the Post EQ Patch loop. To use the footswitch, insure that the footswitch plug is inserted fully into the jack.
This receptacle is for the IEC line cord (included), which provides AC power to the unit. Connect the line cord to this connector and to a properly grounded AC supply.Damage to the equipment may occur if an improper line voltage is used (see voltage marking on unit). Never remove or cut the ground pin of the line cord plug. This unit is supplied with a properly rated line cord. When lost or damaged, replace this cord with one of the proper ratings. Pre-EQ patch send return for volume pedal patch. Foot switchable post-EQ effects loop. Modified active low, mid, mid/shift, high and presence EQ. Preamp out/CD in and power amp in patch. Foot switchable effects and reverb. Headphone input jack that defeats internal speaker for quiet rehearsal. 80 watts, 12 inch Blue Marvel® speaker (specially voiced for steel). Weight Unpacked: 42.80 lb(19.414 kg). Weight Packed: 50.00 lb(22.68 kg). Width Packed: 19.488(49.49952 cm). Height Packed: 23.228(58.99912 cm).
Depth Packed: 12.205(31.0007 cm). The item "Peavey Nashville 112 Pedal Steel Guitar Amp/Amplifier, 80W, NewithOld Stock" is in sale since Sunday, March 29, 2020. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Guitar Amplifiers".
The seller is "ppisales" and is located in Longview, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States.