Some guitars just look like they’ll shred and take a beating, repeatedly. The Peavey Session Guitar is one of them. It looks like its one of those hidden gems that vibrates when you pick it up.
It does look a lot alike the Ibanez J Custom, but clearly lacks the jagged horns and headstock of the Ibanez.
The Session Guitar has a 25.5″ scale with 22 nickel silver frets with a 5-bolt bolt-on Canadian rock maple neck.
This guitar does have a nickel-cast through body string setup, a 3-way pickup selector, and 2 Peavey USA design Alnico pickups.
You’ll also notice that the headstock has a 15 degree tilt to it that allows the strings to pull straight, saving on yoru strings.
I personally enjoy the little sliver of detail around the edge of the body that characterizes this guitar so nicely, giving it that little touch of class.
Do you play a Peavey Session guitar?