Peavey Classic 20MH & ValveKing 20MH review

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Peavey has joined the lunchbox frenzy with mini versions of some of its best-known heads. Richard Purvis tries two for size. Some people are so whiny. They complain about the bad weather, they complain about their trains being late, they complain about the price of smoked haddock and they complain about having to lift a 30kg amplifier in and out of More...

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