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NAMM 2010: Peavey expands PXD series to include Basses
Peavey proudly introduces the Tragic? 4 and Void? 4, the first bass guitars in its award-winning PXD? Series.
The Peavey PXD Series is a new breed of extreme guitars and basses that capture the aggression and attitude of modern metal players.
The Peavey PXD Tragic and Void are 4-string, neck-through-body bass guitars built with an alder body, maple neck and ebony fretboard.
A pair of Peavey VFL? active pickups?the same proprietary electronics used on Peavey?s acclaimed Cirrus? and MillenniumÂ® AC Series basses?give players amazing tonal control through an active three-band EQ with +/- 10 dB boost and cut.
Both models are available in matte black with a brushed aluminum-finish pickguard, plus gloss black, gloss white or gloss red finishes.
The PXD endorser roster includes metal?s hottest young musicians, including Chad Kulengosky and Timoteo Rosales (I Am Ghost); Kirk Windstein (Down, Crowbar, Kingdom of Sorrow); Matt Brunson (Crowbar); Dan Hatfield (The Crimson Armada); John Hehman III (Year of Desolation); Jon Pauly (Corpus Christi A.D.); Andy Vangelisto and Jonathan Matthews (Planes Crash); Monster (Jugulur); Casey Ash and Patrick Hearn (Less Than A Second); and Pete Evick (Bret Michaels Band).
PXD Tragic 4 Bass ? 34" scale with 22 jumbo frets ? Two Peavey VFL? active pickups ? Volume control with pickup blend ? Active three-band EQ with +/- 10 dB boost/cut ? Alder body ? Maple neck with ebony fretboard ? Available in Matte Black, Gloss black, Gloss Red or Gloss White ? Matte Black model features brushed aluminum finish pickguard ? Coffin CaseÂ® gig bag included
PXD Void 4 Bass ? 34" scale with 22 jumbo frets ? Two Peavey VFL? active pickups ? Volume control with pickup blend ? Active three-band EQ with +/- 10 dB boost/cut ? Alder body ? Maple neck with ebony fretboard ? Available in Matte Black, Gloss black, Gloss Red or Gloss White ? Matte Black model features brushed aluminum finish pickguard ? Coffin CaseÂ® gig bag includedPosted on 15 Jan 2010 00:12 to category : Instruments News
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