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The Peavey company was started in 1965 by Hartley Peavey. Only amplifiers and PA systems were manufactured from 1965 to 1978. Peavey was the first U.S. guitar maker to use computer controlled "robot machines" to cut and rough out guitar bodies and necks. This resulted in greater consistency, less waste and lower costs. The Peavey Dyna Unity bass was at the top of the line with its neck-through construction and active electronics. 

Peavey Dyna Unity Bass (1990)


 Body: Solid; 2-piece koa

 Finish: Natural, tung oil

 Neck: 6-piece koa/purple heart, neck-through

 Fingerboard: Ebony; abalone dot markers

 Number of Frets: 21

 Pickguard: none

 Bridge: Schaller, black chrome

 Nut: Graphlon

 Tuners: Peavey, open, black chrome

 Pickups: Peavey P-J, active

 Controls: Pickup blend, master volume, active/passive selector, low-mid-high EQ controls

 Scale Length: 34 inches

 Neck Width at Nut: 1 1/2 inches

 Body Width at Lower Bout: 13 3/8 inches

 Body Depth: 1 1/2 inches

 Weight: n/a




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