Peavey 5150 dating
Other features include a birch body and bolt-on neck with rosewood fretboard, Fender-style headstock and dot position markers, Van Ghent machine heads, and a unique but very useable Hagstrom-made tremolo bridge.
It's pictured without trem arm but we'll find something that fits prior to shipping.
The sum of the improvements in the Am Pro adds up to a better guitar in all regards.
It features the new Deep-C neck profile which adds a bit of roundness to the back and filling your hand perfectly, while the new narrow-tall frets are the most requested size by folks ordering through the Custom Shop.
\n I am thinking of picking up a 4x12 to use with a Marshall Class 5 and Blackstar HT5RW for some classic rock to metal tones.
I see Peaveys(specifically 5150 and JSX) for anywhere around 170 to 250 for cabs in good condition.
It is not an 80s Japan case the latches most likely place it no later than the 70s. 1990 Fender '54 Reissue Stratocaster, (front), (back), (headstock), (neck/body markings), (electronics) (body routes), (original pickups).Popular opinion is people love them or hate them...Some cabs dont sound as good with certain heads, so I figured I would drop this question here.You dont see many of these in this pastel blue which is very close to Fenders Daphne Blue, a vast majority are black, red or white. It has very low action and the single coil tone falls between a Strat and a P90 tone, although not as powerful as a P90.Overall in really nice shape with the only real flaws being the typical fine cracks in the Plexiglas around screws. Super nice find for the Hagstrom or vintage collector at 9. I bought this new many years ago, around the time everybody started using I-Pods, so I only used it once.