Peavey were keen to let it be known that their guitars were being used by
major artists, at the time - perhaps the most famous, was Ross Valory of
the band, Journey.
There was also Leon Medica of Le Roux and Banner Thomas from
Leon has been a long time Peavey user - through T-20, T-40 and later using
a Peavey Zodiac.
Johnnie Copeland was a T-60 user, as were many studio players - one guitar,
for various tones.
One of the pics below, show Carl Perkins, with George Harrison and Eric Clapton,
wielding a T-60.
Some of the earlier literature that Peavey produced.
I asked Chip about the other T series guitars and basses but I think it is
perhaps best left alone and leave this feature as a T-40 and T-60 only.
Chip closed with these words.
I designed the T-15, T-30; hardware that I designed, and neck patents of mine
were on those instruments.
I haven't been curious enough to really look into the 20,25-27, or the T-45
for my input.
I'm honoured and surprised that anyone is interested to that depth.
I would like to thank him again, for all of his help.
That about wraps it up on this one - I will be putting up shots of some of my "T"'s,
along with a pic of my unusual early case, with the blue interior.
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