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July 23, 2004
Peavey introduced the new, moderately priced Cirrus BXP bass guitars, available in four- and five-string models with the quiet active electronics that distinguish the Cirrus Series.
All BXP models include on-board, active three-band EQ with bass/variable mid/treble boost and cut, two internally active VFL pickups, dual-compression finger bridge, 18 Volt low impedance output and 24 frets.
The new four- and five-string Cirrus BXP bass guitars will be available in Q4 2004 from authorized Peavey dealers. A six-string version will be released at a later date.
For more information, visit their web site at www.peavey.com