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Ray Lamoureux


From:
Hartford,New York, USA
Post Posted 9 Dec 2017 9:11 am     Reply with quote

WOULD like to see a video of the new PV
session 115 being played.
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John Sluszny


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Brussels, Belgium
Post Posted 9 Dec 2017 9:29 am     Reply with quote

So would I ! Winking
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Bill Ferguson


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Norcross, GA USA
Post Posted 9 Dec 2017 10:20 am     Reply with quote

Ask and ye shall receive:


https://youtu.be/6yrKKOXolFI
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Richard Keller


From:
Deer Creek, Illinois, USA
Post Posted 9 Dec 2017 10:42 am     Reply with quote

Boy, Eddie Lange and that new PV Session 115 amp sound really good in that video.
Thanks Bill for posting that.
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John Sluszny


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Brussels, Belgium
Post Posted 9 Dec 2017 11:34 am     Reply with quote

Bill Ferguson wrote:
Ask and ye shall receive:


https://youtu.be/6yrKKOXolFI

Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Thanks !
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Dale McPherson


From:
Morristown, Tennessee, USA
Post Posted 9 Dec 2017 5:11 pm     Reply with quote

I have been playing my 115 and extension cabinet side by side since I got them. Today I moved the extension cabinet to the opposite side and WOW. What a difference. True stereo effect. All I can say is it is enjoyable to listen to. Even with my pickin mistakes. The 115 is great by itself---but in stereo it is awesome.
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Ray Lamoureux


From:
Hartford,New York, USA
Post Posted 9 Dec 2017 5:43 pm     PV Session 115 Reply with quote

Bill Ferguson wrote:
Ask and ye shall receive:


https://youtu.be/6yrKKOXolFI
THANKS,Bill.An to all others for the help......
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Roger Rettig


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An Englishman in Naples, FL
Post Posted 10 Dec 2017 6:54 am     Reply with quote

I'm not sure if this is a politically-correct question but how much can these amps be bought for? Are there 'deals' yet?

I'm sure it's posted somewhere but what's the weight? I'm ready for a new amp and Peavey is surely a contender!
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Gary Sill


From:
Mt. Zion, IL, USA
Post Posted 10 Dec 2017 7:32 am     I have the 115 and extension cabinet in stock Reply with quote

List is like $1795
I sell the amp for MAP which is $1399.99

Call me I will fill you in. The extension cabinet doubles the amp power to 500 Watts with a second completely different amp inside the Session. Like playing with 2 separate amps through 2 Peavey light weight black widow speakers, built in effects , reverbs, delay, chorus.
Weighs about 5 lbs more than the 112 (the amp). I have sold about 10-15 Sessions.
Gary Sill
217-433-7455
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Billy Carr


From:
Seminary, Mississippi USA
Post Posted 18 Dec 2017 10:36 pm     psg Reply with quote

Man can pick ! I'd like to do a set with him sometime.
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J R Rose


From:
Keota, Oklahoma, USA
Post Posted 31 Dec 2017 8:35 pm     Reply with quote

But who is he? J.R.
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Tommy Shown


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Denham Springs, La.
Post Posted 31 Dec 2017 9:53 pm     Reply with quote

That amp has good tone, to it. Mike Hartley know what they were doing when they made that amp.
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Warren Tavernia


From:
Pennsylvania, USA
Post Posted 7 Jan 2018 7:02 am     pv session 115 Reply with quote

a word about the peavey session 115 if you get one the first thing you do is make shure the boost section is off!! then get ready to be WOWED!! Don`t tell any one But it blows the telonics out of the water!!
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Warren Tavernia


From:
Pennsylvania, USA
Post Posted 7 Jan 2018 7:10 am     pv session 115 Reply with quote

the amp by it self weighs 37.5 pounds correct me if I`m wrong gary.
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Steve Spitz


From:
New Orleans, LA, USA
Post Posted 7 Jan 2018 9:00 am     Reply with quote

Warren,
I'm an amp junkie, and as such, I'm curious about the new 115.

Could you describe the difference you hear in the 115 vs. Teleonics using a more musical technical description ?

"Blows it out of the water" tells us only you prefer it. Can you tell us more specifically how or why ?

I don't doubt it's a great amp, one I'd like to know more about. Thanks for posting !
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Gary Sill


From:
Mt. Zion, IL, USA
Post Posted 7 Jan 2018 9:22 am     Steve, just call me and I can be more specific Reply with quote

It is a great sounding amp in the Peavey tradition. True Stereo since when you add the extension cabinet you activate the second 250 watt amplifier giving you 500 watts through 2 separate amps. Clean tonality, has the purest tone I have heard with a great bass bottom end. You can get your tone in less than 2 minutes setting this amp versus some other amps you keep looking for your tone.

Call 217-433-7455
Gary
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Warren Tavernia


From:
Pennsylvania, USA
Post Posted 7 Jan 2018 1:01 pm     pv session 115 Reply with quote

the difference when it comes to quality of sound is like hearing standard radio and HD radio its much clearer and defined with out being harsh. its like having a fine violin verses a 20.00 fiddle from a foreign country. I guess you could describe it as a musical instrument all its own verses a guitar from Walmart there was a demo video that I saw where the player had the knobs all turned every which way and it didn`t sound all that good. when it comes to this amp you have to remember the great Robert Randolph that's who the gain circuit was put in for along with a host of other Great gospel steelplayers so when you approach the amp the first time remember unless you are going to play that stile turn the gain section off. then start with the Eq knobs in the 12 oclock position and sweeten your sound from there.Before you start make shure the master volume is higher than the input volume I hope this helps. if any one has any questions about the effects section on the amp PM me your phone number and I will call you.
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Bill Ferguson


From:
Norcross, GA USA
Post Posted 7 Jan 2018 2:30 pm     Reply with quote

The preliminary specs said 37.5 pounds. The finished design comes in at 43 pounds.
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Warren Tavernia


From:
Pennsylvania, USA
Post Posted 7 Jan 2018 3:02 pm     pv session 115 Reply with quote

I stand corrected thanks for getting it streight
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Ray Lamoureux


From:
Hartford,New York, USA
Post Posted 8 Jan 2018 7:31 am     Re: PV Session 115 Reply with quote

Ray Lamoureux wrote:
WOULD like to see a video of the new PV
session 115 being played.
SORRY BILL,The video isn't good quality....
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David Gertschen


From:
Phoenix, Arizona
Post Posted 8 Jan 2018 9:51 am     Reply with quote

The video sounded pretty fine for me...

What a nice amp, may have to try one!
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Dustin Rhodes


From:
Owasso OK
Post Posted 9 Jan 2018 2:37 pm     Reply with quote

Can those 15's be purchased seperately?
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Gary Sill


From:
Mt. Zion, IL, USA
Post Posted 9 Jan 2018 3:15 pm     By separately what are you wanting to know Reply with quote

2174337455
Gary
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