With power ratings up to 300 watts with Peavey’s DDT™ speaker protection and exclusive tone enhancements, the Peavey MAX® Series is designed for superior tone, performance, and reliability in bass amplification. Peavey MAX bass combo amps deliver huge bass tone with exclusive Peavey designs, including unique
Psycho-acoustic low-end enhancement that adds bass without demanding anything extra from the speaker – a testament to Peavey’s technology-driven reliability.
20 watts RMS into 4 ohms •8" speaker • Low, Mid, and High EQ controls • Volume control with TransTube® distortion boost • Psycho-acoustic low end enhancement • 1/8" phones output • 1/8" aux input • Built-in chromatic tuner • DDT speaker protection.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 17” x 12.7” x 9.25” / 431mm x 322mm x 235mm • Weight: 18.30lbs / 8.3kg
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