70's/80's Peavey POOR MANS Rogan KNOBS
Vintage 70's/80's Peavey POOR MANS Rogan KNOBS
See photos below.
These Vintage Knobs are not rogans, well
at least not the same kind as came stocked on studio pro 40's and 50's
and special 130's and the Butcher and Centurion and many many
mo......... The knobs pictured, have been sold long ago, and are a
stock picture of what you get until I run out of these.
These were on some powered and
non-powered mixers of a short era for Peavey, but shaft wise and color
config wise they work for amps of era thru 70's and 80's, and also on a
few other peavey items. For example was Studio Pro 40, Studio Pro
50, older Bandits, Special 130, 150, 75, etc., Butcher, Studio Chorus
400, and many other amps. Also some of the bass amps and instrument
amps of the 400g series like the Mark III and the Mark IV etc.....
These in particular, would be good for someone looking for a
whole set, and not wanting to pay twice the price for something that
will work and look not to bad and close to original.
I'm adding a blurb to all my Rogan era
slider and round color top knob listings. I have noticed in my
dealings with these there are 2 varieties I had not noticed till
recently. #1 SLIDER KNOBS - these come in 2 internal fit sizes. One for
a plastic/thicker shaft, and one with a thinner insert to fit metal
shafts. The thinner to fit metal shafts is most common on EQ's and
Instrument Amps with EQs. #2 ROUND COLOR TOP ROGAN KNOBS - There are
actually a few amps, and I think most are post 1980, where the large
Rogan knob has an internal slot to fit the SMALL SHAFT. By far,
the most commonly seen for mixers, eq's or amps is the large rogan with
the internal fit for the LARGE SHAFT. I say this so that when
considering these to refit and fill out your vintage piece, you may
want to take a close look, and maybe even send me a photo of what you
are trying to outfit, and I'll do my very best to be sure I'm sending
the RIGHT THING. For many years now I've been sending these out with no
complaints, but I can't help and wonder if at least one of those MANY
TIMES I have sent these vintage pieces out, that the internal fit was a
miss-match. If so, I was never notified of such. Anyways, just a little
FYI if you want to be even more sure you are getting the right Vintage
Outfit Piece for you beloved vintage Peavey audio unit.