Okay so I'm not positive if its this one in particular but its ok. Peavy really just makes great stuff, and their equipment dominates the used equip. world, like I always see Peavy stuff on Craigslist and Ebay (and second hand Guitar Center/Musicians' Friend etc). I digress. My first show I blew a Marshall head, and I ended up pluggin into the PA with just a distortion pedal my bud had and It almost sounded better than the Marshall (AVT, great acoustic sim, so-so distortion channels), again I digress.
The Peavy PA head currently resides in my bandroom as my main PA head for 2 vocalists and a backup or two if needed. Its loud, crisp, and you can find several variations of this head second hand at an affordable price (as compared to some of the crazier, more expensive heads). Highly recommend anything with Peavy on it. Seriously. Their instruments aren't bad either, for the money.