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Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Peavey belonging to the Classic series.

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  • phil164phil164

    Top with a few mods

    Peavey Classic 30 [2005-2012]Published on 12/06/14 at 06:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Type of music: Big Band guitar in a jazz / pop / rock. One guitar: LP traditionnal. Use for more than 6 years in rehearsal. (Mesa express on stage 50)

    Main use: light or small Crunch. All effects and volume pedal in the effects loop.

    Access an all-tube for 600 € deserves attention. However, I quickly found some limitations: its a bit messy (especially in Crunch and Crunch +), sizzling lamps, life of the lamps. I post here to enjoy my experience in the correction of these defects.
    HP: I really won replace the original HP with a Celestion Vintage 30. Better definition, clarity, sharper treble and bass less coarse (already the LP is generous on the subject)
    Squeaks: I arranged a foam…
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    Type of music: Big Band guitar in a jazz / pop / rock. One guitar: LP traditionnal. Use for more than 6 years in rehearsal. (Mesa express on stage 50)

    Main use: light or small Crunch. All effects and volume pedal in the effects loop.

    Access an all-tube for 600 € deserves attention. However, I quickly found some limitations: its a bit messy (especially in Crunch and Crunch +), sizzling lamps, life of the lamps. I post here to enjoy my experience in the correction of these defects.
    HP: I really won replace the original HP with a Celestion Vintage 30. Better definition, clarity, sharper treble and bass less coarse (already the LP is generous on the subject)
    Squeaks: I arranged a foam tube (diameter 30mm) heating pipe insulation cut into 2 in the direction of the length between the fan guard and EL-84. € 3 in casto, the foam is made to keep the temperature of the lamp advanced pricks in and nothing vibrates, magic!
    Durability of lamps: Here we must dare open the beast and tinker a little bit. It is in the principle of placing a switch in series with the fuse on the HT to have a standby for the preheating of the tubes. Before this mod I had to change the power tubes every year in order to avoid the risk of failure. The current game is in service since the mod (3 years).
    This amp is full of promise and offers beautiful sounds, lets play a little while without the fuss, complete with its reverb and effects loop. Which justified that I start these mods rather than sell it. I made the right choice. We are now inseparable except on stage where you have to stand up to a blowing force and clear sound "wrong" too fast when you go up the level (as the guitar amp). Hence the 50w mesa.

    A good little beast that can even use at home with a volume pedal (Boss FV50L) in the effects loop.
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  • mister bouldegommister bouldegom

    matter of taste, I like.

    Peavey Classic 30 [2005-2012]Published on 11/19/13 at 10:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All lamps, 30 watts, 2 channels with EQ and reverb common spring.

    UTILIZATION

    Config 'more traditional. I will not dwell on her because, like all tools, it is a matter of taste and need to try to get an idea. Me, I like it but I still consider HP a less powerful and less messy in the bass. Reverb is used sparingly ...

    SOUNDS

    As I said, I like the sound. Among the standard Marshall, Fender, he is the one I chose. For cons, I recommend installing a standby and small modification 'called "cathode bias". Its use will be even more flexible and preserve the lamps. For the sake of vibrations lamps there is a lot of tricks to make it disappear. Dig a little on the net and choo…
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    All lamps, 30 watts, 2 channels with EQ and reverb common spring.

    UTILIZATION

    Config 'more traditional. I will not dwell on her because, like all tools, it is a matter of taste and need to try to get an idea. Me, I like it but I still consider HP a less powerful and less messy in the bass. Reverb is used sparingly ...

    SOUNDS

    As I said, I like the sound. Among the standard Marshall, Fender, he is the one I chose. For cons, I recommend installing a standby and small modification 'called "cathode bias". Its use will be even more flexible and preserve the lamps. For the sake of vibrations lamps there is a lot of tricks to make it disappear. Dig a little on the net and choose your solution ;-)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Blues, jazz, rock, it all goes! Since I Retube, I find it more to my taste (see my reviews for JJ Tesla ecc 83s). An alternative to conventional excelente.
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  • barh2_0barh2_0

    As its name implies

    Peavey Classic 30 [2005-2012]Published on 10/11/13 at 01:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    30 watt all-tube combo (three 12AX7 and four EL84). Two channels, a three band EQ, a reverb spring.
    For detailed specifications, all has already been said again and again.

    UTILIZATION

    Again, everything has already been said, the 30 watt grow well, are too small transformer that heat, lights that vibrate, the absence of stand-by, good HP to change the boost which is unclear what it is. Nothing new.
    Personally, I only use the clean channel with an overdrive, I use the second channel pseudo stand-by with the volume to 0.
    I bought it with an HP Celestion Lead 80.

    SOUNDS

    So general, the amp is very transparent and great respect for the sound of gear upstream. If you s…
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    30 watt all-tube combo (three 12AX7 and four EL84). Two channels, a three band EQ, a reverb spring.
    For detailed specifications, all has already been said again and again.

    UTILIZATION

    Again, everything has already been said, the 30 watt grow well, are too small transformer that heat, lights that vibrate, the absence of stand-by, good HP to change the boost which is unclear what it is. Nothing new.
    Personally, I only use the clean channel with an overdrive, I use the second channel pseudo stand-by with the volume to 0.
    I bought it with an HP Celestion Lead 80.

    SOUNDS

    So general, the amp is very transparent and great respect for the sound of gear upstream. If you see the glass half empty, we can consider that it is without any personality ...
    The clean is somewhat reminiscent of the Junior Blues Vox too, not really Fender. At the risk of stating the obvious, it sounds even better than the guitar is good.
    The drive channel plays a little versatility to be honest. In the first half of the race of winning, we feel that the amp is not too comfortable, he would let go a little more. Between 50 and 75%, it is in good sounds blues rock / hard rock 70. Beyond that, it sounds a bit too 80's.
    The reverb, as often, once more than a quarter of the race of the potentiometer is unusable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For many guitarists, the Classic 30 was the first tube amp and is a true classic, long time. I did not buy from conviction but for many fringe benefits.
    The volume is sufficient for rehearsals and concerts.
    The road is clean
    With a good guitar and a good overdrive, it sounds!
    And most importantly, we always find at least eight occasions. If during a concert, the transformers suffer because we draw 400 watts on a single shot, he finds himself pushed, or the bar is too hot and humid, well, it's not as bad as if it were the amp shop unique model of competition.
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  • achvamsachvams

    his round, voluptuous and POWERFUL

    Peavey Classic 30 [2005-2012]Published on 12/22/11 at 06:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All-tube amp.
    30W
    two channels (one clean and saturated) with a single equalizer applied to both channels.
    a boost

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use.
    Never open the manual
    the right sound is achieved easily with my strat Custom77 or ibanez or AF200

    SOUNDS

    YES! should be blues and Jazz
    When I put the metal zone I get a metal sound that suits me very well ... for two hours of metal that I play a month

    OVERALL OPINION

    I put a 8 because it still has a quality that can be a default for some: way too powerful!
    I never exceed "2" knob (out of 10 I think) because 3 already in the walls tremble ...
    but whatever the config, the sound is warm and bluesy, rea…
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    All-tube amp.
    30W
    two channels (one clean and saturated) with a single equalizer applied to both channels.
    a boost

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use.
    Never open the manual
    the right sound is achieved easily with my strat Custom77 or ibanez or AF200

    SOUNDS

    YES! should be blues and Jazz
    When I put the metal zone I get a metal sound that suits me very well ... for two hours of metal that I play a month

    OVERALL OPINION

    I put a 8 because it still has a quality that can be a default for some: way too powerful!
    I never exceed "2" knob (out of 10 I think) because 3 already in the walls tremble ...
    but whatever the config, the sound is warm and bluesy, really nice I am satisfied and recommend it to those who have no problems in those neighborhoods or specific buildings 60-70 years (too poorly insulated)
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  • James...James...

    One of the best deals in tube amps

    Peavey Classic 30 [2005-2012]Published on 12/23/11 at 14:10
    30 watts (RMS) into 16 or 8 ohms
    Four EL84s and three 12AX7s
    12" Blue Marvel speaker
    2-channel preamp
    Pre- and post-gain controls on lead channel
    Normal volume control on clean channel
    3-band passive EQ (bass, middle, treble)
    Boost switch
    Reverb level control
    Effects loop
    Footswitch selectable channel switching and reverb
    External speaker capability
    Chrome-plated chassis
    Made in the USA



    UTILIZATION

    I think the first thing that needs to be noted about the build of this amp is the fact that it's made in the USA. The fact that you can pick this up for around $450 if you look around is a real testament to how gre…
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    30 watts (RMS) into 16 or 8 ohms
    Four EL84s and three 12AX7s
    12" Blue Marvel speaker
    2-channel preamp
    Pre- and post-gain controls on lead channel
    Normal volume control on clean channel
    3-band passive EQ (bass, middle, treble)
    Boost switch
    Reverb level control
    Effects loop
    Footswitch selectable channel switching and reverb
    External speaker capability
    Chrome-plated chassis
    Made in the USA



    UTILIZATION

    I think the first thing that needs to be noted about the build of this amp is the fact that it's made in the USA. The fact that you can pick this up for around $450 if you look around is a real testament to how great a deal it is. That said, there is a bit of learning curve to this amp. While the controls are fairly simple, you kind of have to learn what it likes and doesn't like.

    SOUNDS

    I'll start with the clean channel. It's probably the best channel on the amp. The Classic 30 is good to think of as a Vox AC30 with a little bit of plexi mixed in. It's not as vibrant and harmonic as the AC30, but is has the mids of a marshall. It's not quite as angry as either of those amps...it's more versatile than that. It has a pretty neutral voice. The clean channel is very balanced and has that EL84 vibe going on pretty heavy. It takes pedals extremely well. You can get this amp to sound about like anything with the right pedals. I think the neutrality of the clean channel is what makes it so useful for pedals. It basically becomes what ever you feed it. It's very warm.

    The lead channel is something I don't too often use. It's not high gain. More like plexi to jcm800ish levels of gain. It's not as aggressive as an EL34 amp. It's just sort of flatly voiced. If you want high gain, you should probably just use a distortion pedal on the clean channel rather than use an overdrive for this channel. I use the lead channel for my mid gain sounds usually. The clean channel + pedals can do everything else.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The speaker is about the only thing about the Classic 30 I don't like. But that's no problem. A lot of people like to put a Vintage 30 in these but in my opinion there's a bit of a mid spike. I have tried a number of speakers in mine and I'm pretty impressed with Greenbacks for the most part. They seem to warm up the amp. Other than that there's really no gripes about this amp at all. It has some of the best all around tone I've ever heard. Extremely versatile amp...and probably would be part of my desert island rig.
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  • King LoudnessKing Loudness

    Poor man's Fender

    Peavey Classic 30 [2005-2012]Published on 10/31/11 at 05:40
    The Peavey Classic 30 is a 30 watt tube combo that is made to sound and feel much like a Fender. Many players enjoy this amp for its low powered tone that is useful for small gigs. It is a single channel amp with a switchable boost that acts a lot like a second channel of sorts. It has a basic EQ, an effects loop and an onboard reverb as well. It's loaded with a single Blue Marvel speaker in this version which works fairly well. It's not the most complex amp in the world, but Peavey was going for a simple yet effective design which has proven effective for many years.

    UTILIZATION

    This amplifier is pretty easy to dial in for sure. Being that it's only a single channel there is not a…
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    The Peavey Classic 30 is a 30 watt tube combo that is made to sound and feel much like a Fender. Many players enjoy this amp for its low powered tone that is useful for small gigs. It is a single channel amp with a switchable boost that acts a lot like a second channel of sorts. It has a basic EQ, an effects loop and an onboard reverb as well. It's loaded with a single Blue Marvel speaker in this version which works fairly well. It's not the most complex amp in the world, but Peavey was going for a simple yet effective design which has proven effective for many years.

    UTILIZATION

    This amplifier is pretty easy to dial in for sure. Being that it's only a single channel there is not a whole lot of tweaking needed to get tones happening. This amp does not really do the high gain vibe like certain other Peavey amps, but it does do a whole variety of lower gain tones that work well in a variety of different contexts. The controls react well to adjustment and the interface is very user friendly. The only issue I really have is a bit of a sudden volume spike as the amp's volume is turned up. Otherwise it's a pretty easy rig to dial in.

    SOUNDS

    The Peavey Classic 30 is a more classic sounding amp that responds better to single coils or vintage voiced humbuckers. It has a very loose American vibe that is like a modern tweed Fender. It's a pretty dynamic amp too, reacting well to volume roll off with the guitar. The tones range from a gritty US clean to some fiery mild drive tones. If hit with an overdrive as a boost, this amp really starts to display some raunch. It doesn't have the tight and dry quality for truly high gain applications but Peavey makes plenty of amps to get that sound too!

    OVERALL OPINION

    All in all I think the Peavey Classic 30 is a great gigging workhorse that takes well to a variety of lower gain applications as well as with pedals too. At $650 new it's a pretty good deal for the musician who needs a great portable tube combo under a grand. Definitely worth trying!
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  • King LoudnessKing Loudness

    Poor man's Fender

    Peavey Classic 30 [2005-2012]Published on 10/31/11 at 05:40
    The Peavey Classic 30 is a 30 watt tube combo that is made to sound and feel much like a Fender. Many players enjoy this amp for its low powered tone that is useful for small gigs. It is a single channel amp with a switchable boost that acts a lot like a second channel of sorts. It has a basic EQ, an effects loop and an onboard reverb as well. It's loaded with a single Blue Marvel speaker in this version which works fairly well. It's not the most complex amp in the world, but Peavey was going for a simple yet effective design which has proven effective for many years.

    UTILIZATION

    This amplifier is pretty easy to dial in for sure. Being that it's only a single channel there is not a…
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    The Peavey Classic 30 is a 30 watt tube combo that is made to sound and feel much like a Fender. Many players enjoy this amp for its low powered tone that is useful for small gigs. It is a single channel amp with a switchable boost that acts a lot like a second channel of sorts. It has a basic EQ, an effects loop and an onboard reverb as well. It's loaded with a single Blue Marvel speaker in this version which works fairly well. It's not the most complex amp in the world, but Peavey was going for a simple yet effective design which has proven effective for many years.

    UTILIZATION

    This amplifier is pretty easy to dial in for sure. Being that it's only a single channel there is not a whole lot of tweaking needed to get tones happening. This amp does not really do the high gain vibe like certain other Peavey amps, but it does do a whole variety of lower gain tones that work well in a variety of different contexts. The controls react well to adjustment and the interface is very user friendly. The only issue I really have is a bit of a sudden volume spike as the amp's volume is turned up. Otherwise it's a pretty easy rig to dial in.

    SOUNDS

    The Peavey Classic 30 is a more classic sounding amp that responds better to single coils or vintage voiced humbuckers. It has a very loose American vibe that is like a modern tweed Fender. It's a pretty dynamic amp too, reacting well to volume roll off with the guitar. The tones range from a gritty US clean to some fiery mild drive tones. If hit with an overdrive as a boost, this amp really starts to display some raunch. It doesn't have the tight and dry quality for truly high gain applications but Peavey makes plenty of amps to get that sound too!

    OVERALL OPINION

    All in all I think the Peavey Classic 30 is a great gigging workhorse that takes well to a variety of lower gain applications as well as with pedals too. At $650 new it's a pretty good deal for the musician who needs a great portable tube combo under a grand. Definitely worth trying!
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  • GilesGiles

    Peavey Classic 30 [2005-2012]Published on 07/13/07 at 02:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    So it's a tube amp, 3 12AX7 and 4 EL84
    Power of 30W, but 30W AC lamp is sufficient in almost all cases
    Connections:
    In guitar, loop in and out, footswitch, and external speaker 16 ohms
    Effect rverb has a rather well-spring, 3-band equa rather ffice for the clean channel a one volume knob and no gain, so if you want the crunch should not have neighbors!
    For the channel knob to a saturated pr (gain) knob and a post (the output volume).
    A ca we add a knob for rverb, a button to change channel and a boost

    UTILIZATION

    The config is simple, you just do not put the gaff in the footswich external speaker output and vice versa.
    The right sound, it is found, pretty quickly. t…
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    So it's a tube amp, 3 12AX7 and 4 EL84
    Power of 30W, but 30W AC lamp is sufficient in almost all cases
    Connections:
    In guitar, loop in and out, footswitch, and external speaker 16 ohms
    Effect rverb has a rather well-spring, 3-band equa rather ffice for the clean channel a one volume knob and no gain, so if you want the crunch should not have neighbors!
    For the channel knob to a saturated pr (gain) knob and a post (the output volume).
    A ca we add a knob for rverb, a button to change channel and a boost

    UTILIZATION

    The config is simple, you just do not put the gaff in the footswich external speaker output and vice versa.
    The right sound, it is found, pretty quickly. the manual I have not even opened ...

    Now I want to say before speaking of the sound of this amp (as usual) I made lots of modif dessu:
    Chang the lamp as follows:
    V1: EI 12AX7
    V2: 12AX7 EH (no one has the touch)
    V3: Sovtek 12AX7 LPS
    Lamps amplification: 4 JJ / Tesla EL84

    Chang HP blue marvel of origien mdiocre rather a modern G12H30.
    Chang over the HP that connect to the amplifier section (the young and blue) to a much larger section.
    Chang's 4 foot 4 foot plastic rubber (cash mieu shocks, so after a RPET lamps with boiling protected mieu ca ...), the two front "higher" than behind a meileur inclination towards the ears.
    I still make a manip of this forum which can eliminate the vibration of the lamps, because they vibrate hlas, with wool long way.
    6 10 with no changes!

    SOUNDS

    Yes to the rock, see punk, grunge ect is perfect.
    When changing the lamps and the HP is really an amp that double or even triple that in sound quality!!
    5 again without change with 10!

    OVERALL OPINION

    For a month and a half
    I like its sound, but for that to change many things, so we must add 150 to the price of departure.
    The ratio Q / P is good but not exceptional.
    I have a JCM 900 4501 and an Epiphone Valve Junior head. For other style.
    Yes I would do this choice because I had OCCAZ is in perfect state, and with the changes made ca me the price of nine, but necessarily much better now!
    In the coming months I think it add a 1X12 cabinet "with a Celestion Blue in it. Blue/G12H30 The alliance should really be top.
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Not too bad

    Peavey Classic 30 [2005-2012]Published on 07/01/11 at 15:06
    This isn't a spectacular amp but it does have a bit more versatility than a Fender tweed would have. This is essentially modeled after the Fender tweed deluxe amps from the olden days. It does have two channels which makes it more modenr and the second channel being for more of n overdriven tone.


    Peavey Classic 30 1x12 Combo Amp Features:

    * 30 watts (rms) into 16 or 8 ohms
    * Four EL84s and three 12AX7s
    * 12 inch Blue Marvel® speaker
    * 2-channel preamp
    * Pre- and post-gain controls on lead channel
    * Normal volume control on clean channel
    * 3-band passive EQ (bass, middle, treble)
    * Boost switch
    * Reverb level control
    * Effects loop
    * Footswitch selectable channel switching …
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    This isn't a spectacular amp but it does have a bit more versatility than a Fender tweed would have. This is essentially modeled after the Fender tweed deluxe amps from the olden days. It does have two channels which makes it more modenr and the second channel being for more of n overdriven tone.


    Peavey Classic 30 1x12 Combo Amp Features:

    * 30 watts (rms) into 16 or 8 ohms
    * Four EL84s and three 12AX7s
    * 12 inch Blue Marvel® speaker
    * 2-channel preamp
    * Pre- and post-gain controls on lead channel
    * Normal volume control on clean channel
    * 3-band passive EQ (bass, middle, treble)
    * Boost switch
    * Reverb level control
    * Effects loop
    * Footswitch selectable channel switching and reverb
    * External speaker capability
    * Chrome-plated chassis
    * Classic tweed covering

    UTILIZATION

    Details
    Type Tube
    Number of Channels 2
    Power 30W
    Speakers 1 x 12" Blue Marvel
    No Effects
    Reverb Yes
    EQ Bass, Middle, Treble
    No Amp Modeling
    Number of Tubes 7
    Preamp Tubes 3 x 12AX7
    Power Tubes 4 x EL84
    Inputs 1 x Instrument
    No Outputs
    Footswitch I/O Yes
    Effects Loop Yes

    SOUNDS

    This thing gets a decent tone for the money. The tone seems a bit on the thin side even with a a humbucker style guitar. The tone I know is not a high gain saturation like most of their amps are, but it does get a some thick chewy distortion when you wind up the gain on the amp.

    This is a simple amp and there isn't too much to dialing in a decent tone for what is has to offer you. The controls are simple and the gain structures for post and pre amp will have you selecting a number of possible tones.

    You will get a great tone at a great price for this amp. For the two channels you get and the price Peavey offers, you really can't complain.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This isn't an amp to write home about but it does good for the money. These amps have a great Fender like quality to them. At new they come in at around $650, which isn't a bad price for a two channel combo amp. Not only for the price but for the features as well. Not a bad amp to have and the value is remarkable.

    I would recommend this amp to anyone who needs a good Fender tweed style amp with two channels under $700. This is a great value and a good enough tone to boot.
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Black is better but not enough!

    Peavey Classic 30 [2005-2012]Published on 06/28/11 at 14:09
    Peavey should stick to what they do well and that is the over the top high gain amplifiers. The should stick to what they know and what they know is modern high gain. This classic rock amps are great for the low priced people who don't want or can't afford a Fender tweed and want more versatility.

    This amp is the exact same as the tweed version but just in a black tolex covering. You get the same great features and tone but just in a more respectable modern black look.

    This isn't a spectacular amp but it does have a bit more versatility than a Fender tweed would have. This is essentially modeled after the Fender tweed deluxe amps from the olden days. It does have two channels which m…
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    Peavey should stick to what they do well and that is the over the top high gain amplifiers. The should stick to what they know and what they know is modern high gain. This classic rock amps are great for the low priced people who don't want or can't afford a Fender tweed and want more versatility.

    This amp is the exact same as the tweed version but just in a black tolex covering. You get the same great features and tone but just in a more respectable modern black look.

    This isn't a spectacular amp but it does have a bit more versatility than a Fender tweed would have. This is essentially modeled after the Fender tweed deluxe amps from the olden days. It does have two channels which makes it more modern and the second channel being for more of an overdriven tone.

    UTILIZATION

    POWER AMPLIFIER SECTION Four 6BQ5/EL84s with 12AX7 driver
    Rated Power & Load: 30 W RMS into 16 or 8 ohms
    Power @ Clipping (Typically) (5% THD, 1 kHz, 120 VAC line): 30 Watts RMS into 16 or 8 ohms (Bias must be reduced to measure.)
    Frequency Response: +0, -2 dB, 50 Hz to 15 kHz, @ 20 W RMS into 16 ohms
    Hum & Noise: No greater than 80 dB below rated power
    Power Consumption: 150 watts, 50/60 Hz, 120 VAC (Domestic)

    PREAMP SECTION
    Two 12AX7’s

    The following specs are measured @ 1 kHz with the controls preset as follows:
    Pre & Post (lead) @ 0
    Reverb Level @ 0
    Bass & Treble EQ @ 12
    Middle EQ @ 0
    Channel Select Out
    Boost Switch Out
    Nominal level is with Input Gain @ 6
    Minimum level is with Input Gain @ 12

    SOUNDS


    This thing gets a decent tone for the money. The tone seems a bit on the thin side even with a a humbucker style guitar. The tone I know is not a high gain saturation like most of their amps are, but it does get a some thick chewy distortion when you wind up the gain on the amp.

    This is a simple amp and there isn't too much to dialing in a decent tone for what is has to offer you. The controls are simple and the gain structures for post and pre amp will have you selecting a number of possible tones.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Peavey has a great handle on the high gain amps and they do a fantastic job at getting those killer over the top high gain tones. This amp is just a toss at the classic rock players and it will suit some people fine. If you have played their 6505 then yuo'll find this a bit lacking.

    This isn't an amp to write home about but it does good for the money. At new these amps come in at around $650. Not a bad price for a two channel combo amp. I would recommend this amp over a Fender tweed deluxe any day of the week. Not only for the price but for the features as well.
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This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :) We are using Google Ad Manager to display part of our ads, or tools integrated to our own CMS for the rest.


You can find more details on data protection in our privacy policy.
You can also find information about how Google uses personal data by following this link.