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Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey belonging to the Classic series

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  • siam 78siam 78

    Peavey Classic 30 [1993-2004]Published on 06/15/05 at 12:45
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    Peavey Classic 30
    30w
    Info on tube vibration in first contact, I have concrete about the problem of vibration, not your windows or your managers that vibrate but the tubes is doing NOTHING builder and Yet the problem is known. If you use a low-end guitar no problems. But be careful when you play with the meanest gear range. (Both aware that I'm a little dranger brand, I do not give a name or brands to keep some cartridges if expertise is sought by the manufacturer)
    What does the vendor if it's nice, it changes the tubes counted in these costs by this call loss and profit.
    on the other hand, if you pass your A customer TCHAO BONSOIR.
    The concrtes evidence is available.

    USE

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    Peavey Classic 30
    30w
    Info on tube vibration in first contact, I have concrete about the problem of vibration, not your windows or your managers that vibrate but the tubes is doing NOTHING builder and Yet the problem is known. If you use a low-end guitar no problems. But be careful when you play with the meanest gear range. (Both aware that I'm a little dranger brand, I do not give a name or brands to keep some cartridges if expertise is sought by the manufacturer)
    What does the vendor if it's nice, it changes the tubes counted in these costs by this call loss and profit.
    on the other hand, if you pass your A customer TCHAO BONSOIR.
    The concrtes evidence is available.

    USE

    Simple pity that the channel is not clear with rglage differevt sound Booster

    SONORITS

    Ok for the blues his warm care the same low-power vibrations see my comment below

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Info on tube vibration in first contact, I have concrete about the problem of vibration, not your windows or your managers that vibrate but the tubes is doing NOTHING builder and Yet the problem is known. If you use a low-end guitar no problems. But be careful when you play with the meanest gear range. (Both aware that I'm a little dranger brand, I do not give a name or brands to keep some cartridges if expertise is sought by the manufacturer)
    What does the vendor if it's nice, it changes the tubes counted in these costs by this call loss and profit.
    on the other hand, if you pass your A customer TCHAO BONSOIR.
    The concrtes evidence is available.
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  • laysunlaysun

    Peavey Classic 30 [1993-2004]Published on 01/06/07 at 04:42
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    RAS

    USE

    RAS

    SONORITS

    RAS

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I want prsenter apologize to readers for the advice I have given on this amp. I have criticized this amp because it did not sound like I wanted or the problem does not come from the amp but my guitar: the battery behind the guitar was lame! I know I'm a goat! but ...
  • Anonymous

    Peavey Classic 30 [1993-2004]Published on 12/21/09 at 10:06
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    Tube amp ..... we know all that.

    USE

    It connects it sounds. Clear or crunch.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for rock, blues (channel with gain), as perfect for jazz and funk, and all that leads to a more clear sound (I specify below)

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I have this amp for? .... I do not know, maybe since 1996/1997? When I bought it, I was in Guiana. This is an amp that has spent at least 6 or 7 years to about 100 100 of moisture, and a year in Grand Santi in full Amazon forest. and well, and that's what I want to say, this amp and indestructible !!!! and regardless of the location and use it tears.
    Mine is rusty, screen on the dashboard in the pots is illegible, but it works! and the pots do…
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    Tube amp ..... we know all that.

    USE

    It connects it sounds. Clear or crunch.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for rock, blues (channel with gain), as perfect for jazz and funk, and all that leads to a more clear sound (I specify below)

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I have this amp for? .... I do not know, maybe since 1996/1997? When I bought it, I was in Guiana. This is an amp that has spent at least 6 or 7 years to about 100 100 of moisture, and a year in Grand Santi in full Amazon forest. and well, and that's what I want to say, this amp and indestructible !!!! and regardless of the location and use it tears.
    Mine is rusty, screen on the dashboard in the pots is illegible, but it works! and the pots do not even crachottent. Of course, I changed the lamps since I have. And I changed the HP, because I blew the original one with a low (6 strings moreover) I found a Blue Marvel on Ebay for 20 euros, and go again.
    With the new HP, my Peavey Classic 30 and found a new youth. I play in a jazz band, and I no longer was using this amp for jazz. Since I changed the HP, it has regained its accuracy in the clear, and now it's my roland is the key .....
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  • PyrhusPyrhus

    Peavey Classic 30 [1993-2004]Published on 02/07/10 at 05:46
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    It there's already 50 reviews above, I will not talk about the characteristics and the rest. Just address the issue of replacing hp and lamps.
    For 160 euros more: 100 euros hp Celestion v30 or other lamps and 60 euros, for one of JJ (yes, looking good for 60 euros you can buy 4 EL84 JJ ECC83 and 3 of the m mark me, so of very good quality lamps) we can play with a great amp lamps report quality unbeatable price.
    Amp manufactured in the US (except for a few years I think), but is rather in addition to handle questions sonorits

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Very good little amp that reveals all its potential on a better hp (over definition, better sound distribution over all ...)
    if you are looki…
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    It there's already 50 reviews above, I will not talk about the characteristics and the rest. Just address the issue of replacing hp and lamps.
    For 160 euros more: 100 euros hp Celestion v30 or other lamps and 60 euros, for one of JJ (yes, looking good for 60 euros you can buy 4 EL84 JJ ECC83 and 3 of the m mark me, so of very good quality lamps) we can play with a great amp lamps report quality unbeatable price.
    Amp manufactured in the US (except for a few years I think), but is rather in addition to handle questions sonorits

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Very good little amp that reveals all its potential on a better hp (over definition, better sound distribution over all ...)
    if you are looking for Cygnus, are purchasing old models. They were fabriqus the USA, assembly and were the best components.
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  • guitarevairguitarevair

    Excellent flat with

    Peavey Classic 30 [1993-2004]Published on 09/14/14 at 14:01
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    All lamps, everything is said in other reviews, I have a black 2003, good mouth, relatively light weight (transportable without farting back saw the template weight ratio).
    Poor fixing lamps described below.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, nothing more to report. the clean is as simple to manage, the drive is very progressive and deserves to linger. The knobs move a little too easily for my taste and quickly unruly when traveling.

    SOUNDS

    I play jazz, bebop, funk ... with a Hofner President Thin. I find lamps with this product after testing the fender (princeton reverb and deluxe reverb sorely missing deep low level in my opinion and for my use), the Studiotone Koch (th…
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    All lamps, everything is said in other reviews, I have a black 2003, good mouth, relatively light weight (transportable without farting back saw the template weight ratio).
    Poor fixing lamps described below.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, nothing more to report. the clean is as simple to manage, the drive is very progressive and deserves to linger. The knobs move a little too easily for my taste and quickly unruly when traveling.

    SOUNDS

    I play jazz, bebop, funk ... with a Hofner President Thin. I find lamps with this product after testing the fender (princeton reverb and deluxe reverb sorely missing deep low level in my opinion and for my use), the Studiotone Koch (though I have the sub I would probably to it ...) and other less known and less satisfying.
    I put it on furniture to double its height and enjoy the sound full, it gives me the sound I was looking for a moment to wish jazzy and versatile. The reverb is melodic, the lil grain distortion set, that desire to crunch and clean side, it's very very good!
    I play mostly at home and can enjoy the sound at low volume (everything is always relative in the apartment sucks probably more than me), with battery, I ride 4 of 12.
    No Celestion for me, I keep the Blue Marvel original suits me perfectly.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do not have enough experience on the beast at the moment and would come in the next update qques months but I am upsets by the sound that I have, I missed a good beast on the other side of my jack and I signed up for a time with this Peavey with no shortage of character.
    Now the thing that angry ... fixing lamps, metallic vibration out of the amp to each Sol played ... very painful, I was informed me before and I knew it would have been if I rédibitoire had known before. Rockwool between the gate and bottom lamps + rule supports outwards to remove the glass and prevent it. it works well at the moment but it's disappointing to have such a snag on the amp. This sound is not amplified and heard no more at higher volume ... hence also the most affordable price.
    With hindsight I have for the moment, yes, I would go back to this great value, some have had problems with, I can understand the disappointment, the fact remains that this amp supports and has supported a lot of musicians in the studio and on stage. test absolutely!
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  • jamman90jamman90

    a real tube amp

    Peavey Classic 30 [1993-2004]Published on 05/15/14 at 04:52
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    The Classic 30 is a tube amp (7 = 4 + 3) size combo a fairly reasonable size (less than wholesale Hot Rod), equipped as standard with an HP 12 "Blue Marvel.

    The amp delivers 30 watts, which is (very) far enough, whatever your use.

    Level there is a middle setting, aspen, bass, and a spring reverb pretty good I think. Then there is a second channel and a boost (but I'll never used)

    The features are really simple and effective.

    UTILIZATION

    Regarding the manual I did not have access but the settings could not be more simple.

    Sound:

    For my part I find excellent sound. Well defines its clear, we arrive at something very hot when the lamps are well heated.

    SOUNDS
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    The Classic 30 is a tube amp (7 = 4 + 3) size combo a fairly reasonable size (less than wholesale Hot Rod), equipped as standard with an HP 12 "Blue Marvel.

    The amp delivers 30 watts, which is (very) far enough, whatever your use.

    Level there is a middle setting, aspen, bass, and a spring reverb pretty good I think. Then there is a second channel and a boost (but I'll never used)

    The features are really simple and effective.

    UTILIZATION

    Regarding the manual I did not have access but the settings could not be more simple.

    Sound:

    For my part I find excellent sound. Well defines its clear, we arrive at something very hot when the lamps are well heated.

    SOUNDS

    This amp is very well suited to my style of music (blues / rock, rock / jazz, jazz / fusion). It supports very well the pedals I use (no big disco, OD and delay, reverb ...) and I use it with a strat '

    I get clear sound and well defined, as hot and when I ask a specific OCD above. The sound is not at all greasy, just as it is garish.

    Basically I set off with a shudder at 7/10 and a middle 6/10. Low in general 6/10 and a fairly low reverb.

    Overall the sound has nothing to envy to other Fender or Vox same category. This amp is a perfect all-tube combo with dimensions that make it easily transportable.

    Note a flat anyway, reported by many users: the lamps have a bad tendency to vibrate, and it is extremely unpleasant, especially for the sound. For my part I got the foam of a Harley Benton G212 Vintage I placed on a tray on wheels, on which I put the amp. It made me partly mitigated these vibrations.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The quality / price is really great for the price of the occasion. The price of new I do not know. I also try the new version and it is substantially the same as I have.

    I remake this choice without hesitation at the price of Cygnus'
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  • discozekdiscozek

    Value for money Bluffing

    Peavey Classic 30 [1993-2004]Published on 02/16/14 at 08:13
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    Amp 30W Lamps
    2 channels, 3-band EQing, reverb

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    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use and very intuitive.
    Its clean very clean low volume but begins to color and have a light crunch uphill flow.

    Channel 2 very interesting and versatile thanks to the double setting "pre" / "post".
    It moves between the slight crunch and good distortion vintage rock.

    The boost could be a plus if all of a sudden you could switch on the trigger, which is not the case (he seems)

    2 negative points however:
    - The absence of a master
    - The absence of a "standby"

    SOUNDS

    It is perfect for rock, funk, blues roots well.
    It should, however, leave mu…
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    Amp 30W Lamps
    2 channels, 3-band EQing, reverb

    See more opinions ... and references

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use and very intuitive.
    Its clean very clean low volume but begins to color and have a light crunch uphill flow.

    Channel 2 very interesting and versatile thanks to the double setting "pre" / "post".
    It moves between the slight crunch and good distortion vintage rock.

    The boost could be a plus if all of a sudden you could switch on the trigger, which is not the case (he seems)

    2 negative points however:
    - The absence of a master
    - The absence of a "standby"

    SOUNDS

    It is perfect for rock, funk, blues roots well.
    It should, however, leave much heat lamps, see rebalance its sound after a few minutes of play 10aine

    Use to me with a 62 Strat Ri, A sg 61'Ri and Burny LP Custom
    Pedal drive / boost marshall Bluesbreaker 2 and booldog distortion vox.

    good operation of clean, good sounds. However, do not expect much of a Fender curves but we can learn much.

    As mentioned above, channel 2 is very versatile, I have find a small side ACDCien finding a good crunch. And going to a stronger drive, we get a sound powerfully Old School even though my taste lacked a bit of sharpness.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use diligently for 5 years with great pleasure.
    Format the combo clearly made it more interesting to me than the 4x12 Marshall 1987X I used before.

    The value for money is very interesting. This produces a double effect: positive for the buyer who find this Classic 30 in virtually unlimited number on the market occas, but negative for the seller willing to part with that experience a high concurrency.
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  • Pete-LayburnPete-Layburn

    Good base ...

    Peavey Classic 30 [1993-2004]Published on 02/10/14 at 16:07
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    UTILIZATION

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    SOUNDS

    I only use the clean channel with my OD for saturation (and other effects) and it does it well better than the FDR Blues Jr, I've owned so ephemeral because of it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The Classic 30 is arguably one of "these amps that he must have" or had.
    For my part, it is only after you have installed a Celestion G12H 30 and EL84 TESLA (+ a trivial extension speaker Blackheart, for lack of better ... or say + premium) that things started to really please me.
    All tube that sends (very) strong and has not much to envy to other more upscale models ... (despite a fairly "standard" reverb) then we are in the presence of an amp
    I appare…
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    UTILIZATION

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    SOUNDS

    I only use the clean channel with my OD for saturation (and other effects) and it does it well better than the FDR Blues Jr, I've owned so ephemeral because of it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The Classic 30 is arguably one of "these amps that he must have" or had.
    For my part, it is only after you have installed a Celestion G12H 30 and EL84 TESLA (+ a trivial extension speaker Blackheart, for lack of better ... or say + premium) that things started to really please me.
    All tube that sends (very) strong and has not much to envy to other more upscale models ... (despite a fairly "standard" reverb) then we are in the presence of an amp
    I apparently found my config "j'me not take the head (Marshall JTM45) or the 4x12 but it's going to do it anyway!"
    Reliability remains to be seen.
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  • gtrphilgtrphil

    difficult to pass

    Peavey Classic 30 [1993-2004]Published on 11/18/13 at 01:08
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    section detailed enough ...

    UTILIZATION

    For me it is the only small amp (once 12 inches) that can be used alone without any effect and have a good clear sound AND good sound saturated

    impossible with a transistor having a proper clear sound to play a melody,
    (Except for AER Compact 60 be little but that sounds very hifi)

    and not on a hot rod or blues junior, or even 30 or AC 212 twin in having a distortion that is the road lead,

    the only other amp with this HUGE quality delta blues which is exactly the same as 15 inches
    (For early 2000 versions any case, I do not know any recent)

    mine is mounted electro harmonix, with a Celestion V30 and it does the job all the ti…
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    section detailed enough ...

    UTILIZATION

    For me it is the only small amp (once 12 inches) that can be used alone without any effect and have a good clear sound AND good sound saturated

    impossible with a transistor having a proper clear sound to play a melody,
    (Except for AER Compact 60 be little but that sounds very hifi)

    and not on a hot rod or blues junior, or even 30 or AC 212 twin in having a distortion that is the road lead,

    the only other amp with this HUGE quality delta blues which is exactly the same as 15 inches
    (For early 2000 versions any case, I do not know any recent)

    mine is mounted electro harmonix, with a Celestion V30 and it does the job all the time
    (Jazz, funk, rock n 'roll)

    with an additional baffle is totally great, even to play the variety, for example.
    is plenty powerful, it is still round and warm (which may offend some)
    and it supports very well every possible effects (modulation, distortion, auto wha ...)

    SOUNDS

    played for over 10 years (it was not mine at the time)

    with paul deluxe, half caise Ibanez 175, Epiphone Joe Pass, Flamekat, Strat Fender brand Cort, Schecter, gibson howard roberts fusion, Ibanez 2355 ...

    it is good all the time, less clear than in its twin light (more fat and round)
    which is an advantage unless you have a L5 60s

    less garish than the vox AC 30

    less neutral than the classic 50 (which is more suited to the variety eg)

    OVERALL OPINION

    simply indispensable in small all-tube combos!

    also works with an acoustic guitar

    maintain (Retubing etc.) every two years and never a problem, the amp is in mint condition and the rest!
    (This is a made in usa 2002)
    and above all it is used for almost anything because it's not fender
    frankly it is at the hot rod and much better than the blues junior
    for a silly question of standing

    10 of 10
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  • alléluiaainsisoitilalléluiaainsisoitil

    My favorite amp

    Peavey Classic 30 [1993-2004]Published on 08/08/13 at 14:47
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    All lights except the reverb circuit with operational amplifier (JRC4558), for the rest, it is still useful to have? tradiitionnelle spring reverb, Accutronics.
    let's say I wanted to make review more than with the Classic 30 as a "cheap" amp ...

    UTILIZATION

    the configuration very simple! in clean, volume, tone corrector B, M, T (jointly lead channel), the knob of reverb (jointly lead channel) and that's it.
    same for the lead with a "pre" for gain and a "post" for the volume.
    The "boost" I never serve me, because it boost in the low / medium and suddenly the sound changes, not to his advantage to my taste.
    entered a "send" and "return" output (or FX loop) output prea…
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    All lights except the reverb circuit with operational amplifier (JRC4558), for the rest, it is still useful to have? tradiitionnelle spring reverb, Accutronics.
    let's say I wanted to make review more than with the Classic 30 as a "cheap" amp ...

    UTILIZATION

    the configuration very simple! in clean, volume, tone corrector B, M, T (jointly lead channel), the knob of reverb (jointly lead channel) and that's it.
    same for the lead with a "pre" for gain and a "post" for the volume.
    The "boost" I never serve me, because it boost in the low / medium and suddenly the sound changes, not to his advantage to my taste.
    entered a "send" and "return" output (or FX loop) output preamp after the reverb. when using the input "return" using an external preamp or type simulator Tonelab, there the preamp and reverb are part inoperative, adjust the volume as well).
    For sound, this amp is a very polivalent, jazz, blues, funk, reggae, rock a billy, 70 rock, hard rock, Country ... Not for metal, not too much for an electro-acoustic: it sound fairly quickly supply (slight crunch), its bluesi! it is not suitable for a nylon string, or to a 12-string, but for some electro play for blues or country: to see! That said, since this amp gives potato mended volume 3, beware of feedback.
    The reverb is not bad, good for coloring the sound, to give effect to the "surf" on Dick Dale, this is not a Fender ... Although we can still (with reverb background)! for the Duane Eddy, no problem (he plays Peavey Delta blues when it's not a Fender). Du Merle Haggard From Jhonny Hiland (not as farting that the fender to the country, but it happens), the Eddy Cochran ... See some Ry cooder.Bien safe through the Mississippi Delta blues to Chicago Blues, Muddy Waters, Jhon Lee Hooker, BB King, Big Bill Broonzy, Lightin Hopkins, or Memphis Slim or Pintop Perkins etc ...
    if you like these styles, you'll love the Classic 30.
    Which is ideal for blues, jazz, country.la heat EL84 with a perfectly balanced preamp!
    With that just mentioned, m ^ me if the lead is approaching sound marshall without being, I hope you understand that this amp does not have a "British" sound, but the pure USA. I think it has character, Peavey sound, not the sound Fender or Marshall or Vox or Mesa, etc ... And do not have the reputation it deserves!

    SOUNDS

    Be it your style of music?
    Yeah, if I do not speak, I did not inherit ...
    This combo is perfect for the musician, who despite being strongly oriented blues, jazz, country, see a bit of hard rock when he nerves, not a "stage costume" to say loud and clear that it belongs to the family of "xxxxxx". short for one who is open to all styles, and tries all styles of the moment there are other musicians to play together (in fact it is not an amp to play at home, but group in concert to play at home all alone a 5W lamp is enough)!. I play outside for the music festival on a small stage, there was not enough microphones for all the world to the sound: no problem, but the recovery was heard 30 Classic (c good! 'is sure others did not have two bodies 100W Marshall).
    With what type of guitar?
    I play with a Telecaster "made in myself" copy, mahogany body and neck with a humbucker neck pickup and a classic telecaster bridge-type micro (2 wound by myself with a kit from Stewart MacDonald, famous provider makers) and a Gretsch G5125. Peavey Classic 30 fits very well with his Gretsch for "twang." And finally a Peavey Raptor TK that I use a little bit of everything, guitar terrain to go to guitar lessons, on vacation, and play in open tuning slide in the bottleneck.
    What I hate her?
    None, except when it starts to fuck up ... hissing, POCS, with reverb and feedback on the ratings graves.Il to wait a bit, after a few minutes it stops, except for the reverb: you must either lower the volume, or the reverb, ie good basses.Mais there are Fender 3000 Euros that hiss, which POCS and other frittures!

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long? Actually I do not know, 6-7 years. I've had several. Like everything, you want to try other things. At first I was thoroughly Marshall, my dream teens: A body 2 Marshall JCM800. I loved Fender guitars (a Strat MusicMaster and U.S.), but could not stand their amps: too garish! at the time the Fender tube amps made me feel that I m ​​^ balls musette accordion:. cheesy old music with cheesy stuff (it is true that Fender are not really beautiful) A this time also (80) Peavey for me was the shit, or amps player country (a little redneck in the era of hard rock and disco.) Then we get older quickly starts to hurt ears, no longer bear the rehearsals volume up ... We finally sell the superstrate and amps to make the sound, and m ^ me she finished up gathering dust.
    And then I buy myself a tube amp, something I had never been able to pay me as a young man, and saw that my budget was "cheap" and no place for a 2 coprs home or in the trunk of the car it was a Peavey Classic 30 OCCAZ. I had several: as an electronics technician and passion for tube amps, I bought, I used a while, then sell them to the likings of the market, and in my ..
    the last one I sold, although I had 4 other tube amps at me w 5 and 20, after 6 months I finally buy a Classic 30 because it really fits my sons.C ' is the only amp that I bought!
    Marshall, Hugh and Kettner, Fender, Valveking, Peavey Triumph 60, 6505 112, I'm tired ....
    Will I do it again this choice? yeah, the proof! I cross that is the only one who will always be my home.
    Negative: the feedback with the reverb on some (not all), the vibrations of EL84 when they begin to tire, the fact that there have no tremolo as delta blues, and no standby (very easy to install).

    So that it is a "cheap" amp, compared to what? a Fender or a Vox 2000 3000 Euros? How much is the maintenance of a Vox AC30 when to change the 10 tubes (4xEL84, 5xECC83, 1xGz34)? or when a grid transformer? for version 7 tubes is like classic30 (3xecc83; 4xEL84) at vox, good prices on parts and Fender? Mesa?
    It's like those rolls BMW: 40KE when you slam into a box, it does not boast too much when it breaks down ...
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