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    10.24.16 @ 01:53 PM
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    Default Peavey Re-Valver vs. Guitar Port

    Do any of you guys have any experience with the Peavey Re-Valver Mk3 program?

    I'm currently using the Line 6 Guitar Port for my computer, but I've come across the Re-Valver, and wondered if it would be better.

    The things I think would be cool is that:

    A) They have a 6505 and 6505+ amp in the program.

    B) You can try different components in the amp's signal chain. Different tubes, different transformers. Could be a good tool to try out some mods on 5150's to see how they would sound.

    Any insight would be helpful.

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    I googled it, it LOOKS pretty cool, but I think the Guitar Port (I have one too) seems like it has more to offer. Although the tube mod looks very cool.



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