Becky A.: Anyone else have that sweet horse mane extruding from the back of their
skull? I hope this amp is good because I just bought one for my new guitar
hobby. Growing the cerebellum one day at a time.
Chuck Rice: My VIP 2 is the best modeling amp I have ever heard! I never liked modeling
amps until now....
Paul B: can someone please give me a good heavy metal setting?
sam bounader: Hi, anyone else have the VIP3? The amp cannot be played past 4 on the
volume setting. It chokes and sounds muffled and horrible. If you notice in
any of the demo videos they mike up the amps and tell you how great these
sound on low volume in your bedroom. 100 watts is not a practise amp and I
used mine for a gig, could not hear it over our drummer who is not
extremely loud. and if you go over 4 it distorts to the point where you
can't play it. This is on Peavey's built in heavy settings.
Albi Collier: how do I program this to work with the Behringer fcb1010 if you can tell me
Ill buy one right now.
trb198330: When did Matthew McConaughey grow a ponytail and start working for Peavey?
Alright alright alright... lmao... sweet amp though...
shredtilyurdead: very innovative.I like.
erin drake: just talked to my local guitar store. waiting till april
Nathan Vandermarliere: should i get an vip 1 or a vypyr 30 w ? I'm going to only play regular
U2wild: Killer BASS playing, I mean KILLER bass amp. Does he think he is FLEA ?? or
Andy San: DakotaPlaysGuitar!!!! Whoa!
internalprimate75: I've got a question for ya, and would really appreciate your help. I'm
pretty set on the VYPYR VIP Series 1 as my first guitar amp. My question
concerns the differences between the series 1 and series 2. I noticed that
the series 2 has one extra knob for effects only. Is the series 1 void of
these effects, or is there another way to access them?
*MojoPenguin*: I'm not sure people get that slapping is used like 2% of the time in the
real world lol Like the electric violin though
misterbunch2012: I will..but the distortion pedal i have would be killer for the bands
you're talking bout. do a youtube search for 1 of the demos for the pedal I
have..Its called Pedals By Tone...some dude from Fla. hand builds these
kick ass pedals and sells em on ebay .you have to get on a short waiting
list to get 1 cuz there not mass produced .theyre about 75 bucks but worth
every penny. Sounds from light blues to hard metal..it can handle it.
vainparasite: Mr Miyagi kicked his ass and now he works for peavey ;0)
Peter Lutsky: Wow no need for a light show at the gig!
istillsuckatguitar: I think you might be right. It has so much crap. I really just want that
6505 and JSXX models and a decent clean sound. I hope this makes it easier
to get cheap used Vypyr 15W after I move.
MsPaulieboy: lol that's so funny
deevoetee: You do the best coverage of namm tone king!
7MAGGOTBRAIN: But i do agree they should make higher quality models
DMSProduktions: Shred twat on guitar!
U2wild: SLICER effect ?? sounds like the line 6 " NICKELBACK" effect - LMFAO
joe b: wow I bet only a grade school aged kid can figure out all those effects I
take the previous model any day
Jon F.: "slow it up and speed it down" lol. Poor guy was a little nervous, I think.
krelbar: I love the modeling on these vypyrs.The next logical step would have been
for peavey to offer a tube version made with sturdy circuit boards and high
quality components in the USA, and sold it for more. I would buy it. My
biggest complaint about the vypyrs are that I am afraid to transport it
without it sitting on my car seat, for fear that vibrations will rattle
solder connections on the cheap circuit board. Also, the construction feels
cheap. Cmon peavey, make a HIGH QUALITY modeling amp!
ultrakool: yeah, it is annoying after awhile. you can hold down presets 3&4 when you
flip the power on to cancel it (at least on the original vypers). too bad
he didn't demo the 12 string on this. it'd be cool if it allowed you to go
either acoustic or electric on the 12 string
Brandon Reyna: dam this amp is sick! i have the peavy vypy 15wt and it is amazing but
after seeing this im totaly going to up grade! just as soon as they anounce
the price XD
SanjeevGeorgeV: Cool...how many watt amp is that which is being played?
kingstumble: Most of the stuff in this amp does not interest me in the slightest but the
fact you can configure it for electric,acoustic or bass is intriguing.Could
be very useful for home practice/recording if it has some decent core tones.
choplass: Loving the new features on the new Vypyr. Very flexible. picking one up for
MegaTregg: So you said after plugging in you select the instrument you plugged in-an
acoustic guitar, a bass guitar or an electric guitar. On the VIP 3 is that
done by the furthest knob to the left ( I think that's the presets) and
then pushing it in to activate the selection? I don't think you said
exactly how to do it on the VIP 3. I have the VIP3 but have only had a
couple hours to play withit so I'm just learning all the features. Trial
and error really sucks IMO. It wastes so much time.
WoodyWV38: Ok wait, I did miss a video. So now I'm caught up on all the TTK coverage
for Winter NAMM 2013! Awesome Job!!! Thanks again!
hydroturd: Gosh it seems silly, but I've actually I always wanted the ability to use
my guitar as a synth. this is great, this is the future!!!
Bruce Menchen: ya the old one is better.
William Grubb: You turn that on in the store and people will look at it and go ooooooh,
that is shiny shiny, I must buy it take my money. It is probably Fred
Mrguitarjoy09: a few chords would be nice
EGGJAZZ: without the effects it would sound better than any other digital amp
Cheesedtd: haha that's all I got, I call bs that was a bitchin bass riff.
hydroturd: I think I'll have to check this out..peavey's always seemed innovative
Fire27hun: Wow the guitarist has tatoos, i thought they were sleeves!
guitarguy7480: "Once again changes the industry"....of gimmicky practice toys.
calebmlin: Very interesting for sure..
stefanoskoleniaris: i think i have to upgrade to this because of the violin effect
John Dufour: I have the 2013 VIP 30 and use it mainly for practicing with my
bass......it actually sounds great! I also like the loop feature as my
daughter can create a tune on here guitar and I can loop it and add my bass
to it. Way to go Peavey!
DakotaPlaysGuitar: This amp was truly amazing, I cant believe the versatility out of this amp,
it sounds killer for both bass and guitar as well as acoustic which it does
really well too.
ehacker39: @SanjeeveGeorgeV It's the VIP-2, which according to Peavey has 40 watts and
a 12" speaker.
killjoyshidae1208: They need to make a VIP head. Having that much variety is a dream come
true. Other than that, I'm considering of getting one of these amps.
bunki5150: fred pool sold me my first kuckle head and cab with subwoofer controls from
mid Michigan muskc out Midland michigan
MegaTregg: I know exactlly what you're saying. I don't need that crap but...the real
value comes when you are doing a musical composition where you can use one
of those toys to create a unique sounding riff. And not use it excessively.
You can hear how Clapton does that sort of thing a lot especially on his
Pilgrim album. He and his studio crew must have used pedals and whatever
else to get those different touches to the guitar. This amp has many
different effects in one box. Yeah freak that toy crap
U2wild: SYNTH sounds like a $20 CASIO- I think I'll eat a cheese sandwich while I
DEMO : Peavey VYPYR VIP Series 1, 2, 3 : NAMM 2013 w Dakota Plays Guitar & Fred Poole !!!4.7
out of 5