Technical question re: Peavey Bandit 112 Blue Stripe series.
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    Technical question re: Peavey Bandit 112 Blue Stripe series.

    I have an opportunity to bag one of these old beasts (also called the Teal Stripe series) after looking for a while, as I'm into the late 80's / early 90's solid state old school death metal sound, for which I'll be using pedals (Boss HM-2 / HM-3 / MT-2) with the amp.

    The amp is in another state, and in order to get a courier to pick it up, I need the dimensions (weight / height / length / width )

    I searched this info online, but cannot find it for that model of amp, including the online version of the original manual (link below for reference: https://peavey.com/manuals/80301112.pdf

    Does anyone here own one of these series of Bandit, or know anywhere else I can find this info? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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    No idea on the dimensions but for what it's worth - that amp kicks fucking ass and you chose wisely.

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    I make mine 21.4kg in weight (tried for pounds on the luggage scale, but the readout fluctuated too wildly, sorry), 22 inches wide, 11.5 inches in depth at the slightly wider base, and 19 inches in height allowing for the handle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominic View Post
    I make mine 21.4kg in weight (tried for pounds on the luggage scale, but the readout fluctuated too wildly, sorry), 22 inches wide, 11.5 inches in depth at the slightly wider base, and 19 inches in height allowing for the handle.

    And for reference, 21.4kg is 47.18 pounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naren View Post
    And for reference, 21.4kg is 47.18 pounds.
    Or roughly 1/6 the weight of Drew's prom date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    Or roughly 1/6 the weight of Drew's prom date.
    Hey man, some of us like s, some of us like BBWs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominic View Post
    Hey man, some of us like s, some of us like BBWs!
    What's the difference between BBW and BMW? Nothing, both were obtained with the proceeds of SS.Org

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozek View Post
    What's the difference between BBW and BMW? Nothing, both were obtained with the proceeds of SS.Org
    Nonsense. I was shagging noodles' mom long before I sold /7/.

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