Disclaimer. by Rollo » Wed Mar 30, 2011 5:05 am, Post Very easy to play and sounds fabulous especially with a good quality amp. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. A full set up is necessary though and proper pickup height is important. Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2019. She paid 180$ can. My Peavey Raptor Plus EXP electric guitar still looks great, sounds great, stays in tune, and is easy to fret. Thanks for the pics Rollo, looking good! After you learn and know you want to continue playing guitar then and only then get yourself a good guitar. Not too sturdy and the nut turns by itself. Post by Rollo » Fri Mar 04, 2011 11:25 am Hi, I'm new to this forum but I've been a long time Peavey fan of Transtube amps. This page contains information, pictures, videos, user generated reviews, automatically generated review and videos about Peavey Raptor Plus Custom but we do not warrant the quality, accuracy or completeness of any information on our web site. My favorite feature is the humbucking pickup in the bridge position,it really adds a new deminsion of tone to the guitar. Who says a lower priced guitar has to be for beginners? I had a similar model years ago. I like the warmth of the sound, and the pickups Maybe someone who plays guitar well, especially an electric guitar, could give a review on this that might be of more value. Most people wanting to learn how to play buy a guitar that is hard to fret and give up playing because it hurts their fingers. ), http://www.theblaze.com/wp-content/uplo ... 20x480.png. I've always had Humbucking rigs and wanted to try the Fender Strat sound. These guitars are very easy on the fingers and actually play great, Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2016. The Peavey Raptor Plus is a great example of Peavey’s commitment to quality and their focus on creating some of the best instruments on the market. I also found that rolling off some treble seems to be too slow and the amount I find pleasing is the same for both single coils. That's mighty strong potential for modding! I ought the Peavey for just £100!! Hope this helps . All guitars will hurt your fingers when you are first learning to play. I wanted to work on a cheap guitar because I wanted to try out some unorthodox ideas without having to worry about messing things up. Jul 10, 2003 04:00 am Jul 10, 2003 04:00 am 0 e-merlin. Peavey Raptor Plus EXP - "Peavey Raptor EXP Plus" 11/15/04 I bought this guitar from Musicians Friend, for $199.00 I like the warmth of the sound, and the pickups I … So I decided to replace the tone pot with a switch instead (the only one I had laying around was a 2throw 4pole so in it went). by e-merlin » Mon Mar 07, 2011 12:33 pm, Post I want a brass tone block for my Wolfie!!! I think this little guitar is perfect for a small child (age 6 to say 12 ) to learn on. The neck is finished in a satan finish, and there are a variety of different tones because of the two single and one dual c…, I bought the Peavey when I started playing a couple of years ago. If they included a decent humbucker instead of the one found on the existing model, this guitar would have been a lot more attractive. Maybe someone who plays guitar well, especially an electric guitar, could give a review on this that might be of more value. But, for me and at … It has a slim, fast neck, and the frets ends…. Please keep us posted on your progress! The original pots were 500k but I wanted this guitar primarily for the mellow single-coil sound so the 'hotness' of the humbucker output isn't as important.