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Published on Dec 5, 2010
Bob Weigel (http://www.sounddoctorin.com) and Paul Haugen detail and demonstrate possibly the rarest machine we've encountered to date. Possibly a prototype. The techs at Peavey are completely unaware that any such thing ever existed. Of course this would have been from the very early days of the company.
With the knobs that strongly resemble some used on early peavey amps, and the fact that it departs from the cosmetics of other Teisco's (which obviously was the manufacturer), the lack of a schematic diagram inside and only some japanese print on the right of the keyboard frame aside from the peavey label on the back, would tend to lead us to think that this was made by Teisco for Peavey. In their early days I'm sure they probably considered marketing some keyboard products from Teisco and this was a prototype possibly constructed for that purpose. Nobody has seen one. No hits on search engine. Nothing. Yet I have this strange memory of seeing one of these possibly as a child. Something looked familiar about it. I...don't....know.