ESP E Ii Ap 4 White Ash 4 String Tobacco Sunburst Bass Guitar Peavey Max 115 Amp
This guitar is fantastic! I hate to let it go but its time to pass it on to someone else. I am the original owner and bought this guitar in Missouri in 1994. It is in Excellent shape with the exception of the wear at the base of the sound hole where there is no pick guard, but as the pictures show it is minimal for a 17 year old guitar. There is also a slight impression dent on the front of the sound board from a bump but it is minor and no bigger than a lady bug! I have attached a strap peg at the neck and will include the strap.
The sound from this thing is amazing acoustic or plugged in using those sweet Piezo pickups. The neck is flawless with no cracks or damage. The fret board is not over worn at all and the tuner pegs work as good as the first day I strung it!
Shipping on this item is a bit more than usual to insure the value and go professional on the packing of this beauty, but I will cover the shipping on this item.
It does include the hard shell case which is in ok shape with all working clasps, no wear or tears in the lining, but the outside has some dings and holes from 17 years of storage and moving. The pictures tell that story.
- Peavey SD-11PCE Acoustic/Electric Guitar
- Hard Shell Case
The Peavey SD-11PCE is one of a
series of new Peavey acoustic/electrics made in Finland by the Landola folks.
This handsome, satin-finished cutaway model packs hip features like a
solid-spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and onboard electronics. It offers a
comfortable mahogany neck with a rosewood fingerboard, diamond-shaped
mother-of-pearl inlays, wide frets, and chrome Schaller tuners. Its truss rod
is adjustable through the soundhole.
The Peavey's preamp system has a three-band EQ with a
quasi-parametric midrange slider. Power is supplied by a single 9-volt battery
secured in a holder that pops out of the guitar's upper bout - a most
idiot-proof design, since the battery can only go in one way.
This guitar delivers
very sweet and balanced acoustic textures. It's smaller sounding than the most
expensive axes in this roundup, but there's a nice clickiness to the notes, and
the treble voice is clear and solid. The amplified sounds really surprised us,
however. We expected piezo quack aplenty, but the SD actually sounded smoother
and more natural than many pricier electro-acoustic we've heard. Band people
will appreciate the midrange filter's effective feedback suppression. Peavey's
budget-minded SD-11PCE is a guitar you don't have to sweat about taking to the
beach, yet its winning electric sounds make it a good choice for serious
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