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Peavey Envoy 110 40-watt 1x10" Combo Amp Reviews

4.0 stars based on 4 customer reviews
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  • Brewster
    from Southern, Illinois December 4, 2016Music Background:
    Part Timer

    Mighty Mite!

    I purchased an Envoy several years ago and can tell you it's fairly loud and easily tweakable to get your preferred sound. It's digital reverb is good if used sparingly, and doubles as a boost if you get the 2button footswitch. I use a pedalboard and run slight delay all of the time. I originally wanted a Bandit, but got the Envoy when they were out of stock. The lineout on the Envoy is better than the Bandit's. I mike the Envoy when gigging. The Envoy is suitable for home practice and small gigs if you use the lineout. Very bright amp, and very portable. You really can't go wrong here. I have several great amps and use different setups for variance in different situations. Very dependable amp!

  • Stephen Denney
    from Indianapolis, IN May 26, 2017Music Background:
    Learning, maybe ready for a church appearance but nothing more. Yet!

    Surprising Sounds

    When I started playing last November, this amp was given to me by a good friend who was curtailing his music career due to arthritis. I had already purchased a Fender Champion 40, so I mainly used it. I'm a 63 year old guy who still listens to a bit of metal, but as far as playing goes, I want to keep it simple with nice, clear Chet Atkins-type tones. I don't know why, but recently I started messing with this Envoy, and all I can say is WOW! For the uses I want, this totally blows the Fender away. It is clean, sharp, and has plenty of kick behind it! I have been exclusively on the clean channel, I have no idea what awaits on the lead channel!! My only drawback is that this has no tremolo, which I kinda enjoy now and then. But the pros definitely outweigh the cons here. I am looking for a larger amp now. I was looking at a Vox AC15 or AC30, but I gotta say, the Bandit 112 (the Envoy's big brother) is definitely in play now!

  • Erich
    from Cleveland, OH August 30, 2014Music Background:
    hobbyist and former pro

    Great... with a new speaker

    I purchased this amp a few years ago and messed around with it from time to time. It has OK tones on the clean channel (the only channel I use on this amp) from the factory. About a year ago I put a Warehouse G10C/S speaker in it and it took the amp to a new level. I would rate it at a 4-5 for a practice amp. I've been playing for over 20 yrs and owned a number of amps from different companies... half stacks, combos of all sizes, tube and solid state. For the price this amp took me by surprise. Sounds good with a variety of guitars, but sounds fantastic with Fenders (to me).

  • Sweetwater review
    from USA January 30, 2009Music Background:
    Hobbyist

    Ok...

    this amp has the power of a 75 watts amp, just too let you know. THe distortion is not that good unless you put it on 8(wich is way to loud) ok settings could be better. It built like tank and 1 year warrnty.All in all, I think this a good amp for beginners or for somone who wants a small gig amp or pratice amp.

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