Peavey Envoy 110 II (Discontinued)
Peavey Envoy 110 II (Discontinued)

Envoy 110 II (Discontinued), Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey in the TransTube (Discontinued) series.

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iamqman 23/06/2011

Peavey Envoy 110 II (Discontinued) : Recensione di iamqman (content in English)

"Transtube Tech is great!!!"

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Peavey has a technology called the transtube technology. Basically what it does is emulate the sound of a real tube amp output. This gives the tone a little bit more beef and punch, which is the main component that is missing from solid state amps. I am not sure when Peavey came up with this feature, but it has helped out the sound of their amps since inception.

For a decent practice amp this one isn't that bad for the money. It has two channels with independent EQing controls and different boosts and voicing switches. This sin not a stage amp nor an amp that you would record with. However, this is a nice little amp for those needing to practice and don't want to bust out a huge stack at home.

Peavey Envoy 110 Features:

40 watts (rms)
Two footswitchable channels clean and lead
3-band EQ per channel
Headphone jack
Modern/vintage voicing switch on clean channel
Footswitchable reverb with level control
High gain/modern/vintage voicing switch on lead channel
High and low gain inputs


Type Solid State
Number of Channels 2
Power 40W
Speakers 1 x 10" Blue Marvel
No Effects
EQ Low, Mid, High
No Amp Modeling
Preamp Tubes No Tubes
Power Tubes No Tubes
Inputs 2 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x Headphone (1/4"), 1 x Speaker Simulated Direct Output (1/4")
Footswitch I/O
No Effects Loop
Height 17"
Width 19.375"
Depth 9.25"
Weight 24.5 lbs.


The sound is solid state so it will sound nasally and sterile but not that you are necessarily looking for world class tone in this amp. I like all Peavey's with a humbucker style pickup in the guitar of choice. The clean channel isn't to bad and sounds pretty decent. I actually like solid state clean tones sometimes better than tube cleans.

The distortion channel have a nice grind for high gain purposes and a fatter sound then you would come to expect from a solid state amplifier. The distortion is very reminiscent of a 5150 and pretty much falls in line with the overall sound of the Peavey distortion amps.


For the money this is a nice amp for those needing to get started playing the electric guitar or those needing a sweet practice amp and don't want to break the bank. This amp has been revised and the newer model is out with some added features like more inputs and better speaker in the cabinet. So the used market is the only way to go with this amp nowadays.

I would recommend playing this first to see if Peavey solid state voicing is up your alley. These are different then say a Fender, Marshall, or Mesa Boogie. These amps will fit a metal tone better than a lot of amps in my opinion. The have this particular voicing that suits the high gain metal guys quite well.