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

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  • Peavey Classic 50/410 (Discontinued)Publié le 03/30/08 à 13:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    He is the cousin of the Peavey Classic 50-212

    USE

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    SOUNDS

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    NOTICE GLOBAL

    - Amp versatile, well equipped with connectors
    - Sounds blues and rock marked
    - Sufficient power for the home game and the clubs (50 watts all lamps)
    - A neutral p'tite reverb, enough well

    In short: a very competitive amp power / quality / price, big claims but affordable and does the job he is asked without flinching (solid boy).
    PS: In addition it is cheap because no maintenance required biasing, and EL34 replacement lamps are relatively affordable ...
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    **** **** See overall opinion

    He is the cousin of the Peavey Classic 50-212

    USE

    **** **** See overall opinion

    SOUNDS

    **** **** See overall opinion

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    - Amp versatile, well equipped with connectors
    - Sounds blues and rock marked
    - Sufficient power for the home game and the clubs (50 watts all lamps)
    - A neutral p'tite reverb, enough well

    In short: a very competitive amp power / quality / price, big claims but affordable and does the job he is asked without flinching (solid boy).
    PS: In addition it is cheap because no maintenance required biasing, and EL34 replacement lamps are relatively affordable
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  • It's ok.. not for me

    Peavey Classic 50/410 (Discontinued)Publié le 07/01/11 à 14:12
    The Peavey classic is basically Peavey's take on an American classic amplifier. The best amp I can relate this one to is the Fender bassman. It is essentially a blues and mild rock amp. The tone is ok and not really promising. You really need a good distortion or overdrive pedal of some sort to get a decent tone out of it. I understand Peavey's need to do an amp like this to get into the Fender tweed market but in my opinion is that Peavey's excels as making high gain rock and roll metal amps and this is a bit of a let down.

    Peavey Classic 50 410 Features

    50 watts (rms) into 16 or 8 ohms
    Four EL84s and three 12AX7s
    Normal and bright inputs
    3-band passive EQ
    Presence control
    Normal and......
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    The Peavey classic is basically Peavey's take on an American classic amplifier. The best amp I can relate this one to is the Fender bassman. It is essentially a blues and mild rock amp. The tone is ok and not really promising. You really need a good distortion or overdrive pedal of some sort to get a decent tone out of it. I understand Peavey's need to do an amp like this to get into the Fender tweed market but in my opinion is that Peavey's excels as making high gain rock and roll metal amps and this is a bit of a let down.

    Peavey Classic 50 410 Features

    50 watts (rms) into 16 or 8 ohms
    Four EL84s and three 12AX7s
    Normal and bright inputs
    3-band passive EQ
    Presence control
    Normal and lead volume
    Lead pre- and post-gain
    Master volume
    Reverb control
    Effects loop
    Fan cooled
    Chrome-plated chassis
    Tweed covering
    Footswitch included

    UTILIZATION

    Peavey Classic 50 410 Specifications

    POWER AMPLIFIER SECTION
    Four 6BQ5/EL84’s with 12AX7 driver
    Rated Power & Load: 50 W RMS into 16 or 8 ohms
    Power @ Clipping (Typically): (5% THD, 1 kHz, 120 V AC line) 50 W RMS into 16 or 8 ohms (Bias must be reduced to measure)
    Frequency Response: +0, -2 dB, 50 Hz to 15 kHz, @ 40 W RMS into 16 ohms
    Hum & Noise: No greater than 80 dB below rated power
    Power Consumption: 200 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
    Master Volume @ 12
    Presence @ 6
    Nominal level is with Input Gain @ 6.
    Minimum level is with Input Gain @ 12.

    Preamp Normal Input:
    Impedance: Very high Z, 470 K ohms
    Lead Channel (Post Gain @ 10):
    Nominal Input Level: -40 dBV, 10 mV RMS
    Minimum Input Level: -70 dBV, 0.3 mV RMS
    Normal Channel:
    Nominal Input Level: -17 dBV, 140 mV RMS
    Minimum Input Level: -28 dBV, 40 mV RMS
    Maximum Input Level: 0 dBV, 1.0 V RMS
    Preamp Bright Input:
    Impedance: Very high Z, 470 K ohms
    +12 dB boost @ 2 kHz
    Equalization (Lead and Normal Channels): Custom bass, middle, and treble passive-type EQ
    Effects Send:
    Load Impedance: 1 K ohm or greater
    Nominal Output Level: -6 dBV, 0.5 V RMS
    Effects Return:
    Impedance: High Z, 2 MOhms
    Designed Input Level: -6 dBV, 0.5 V RMS (Switching jack provides Effects Send to Effects Return connection when not used.)
    External Footswitch Function:
    Reverb Defeat (when reverb control is raised)
    Normal/Lead Channel Select (when Lead activated)

    SOUNDS


    I suggest using a good tubescreamer pedal if you want to get a good pop/rock tone. You can already get a smooth distortion breakup with the amp but this will allow you to take it a level and half to that singing sustain that you need for lead playing.

    I playing this type of amp and this amp with a good Fender susperstrat or Stratocaster. If compliments the tone of this amp very nicely. This is more of a mild overdrive amp fit for country, rock, and pop and having that tweed look on the outside just makes you think the blues. Since the blues is best played on a Stratocatser then that is generally what I lean towards.

    OVERALL OPINION

    These amps have now been updated with a new look and other minor tweaks. This amp is a fun amp and you can get this thing to do a lot more than a Fender Bassman could with the added volume controls, effects loop, and further EQing controls.

    On the used market you can find these amps for right around $500. The newer ones are around $999 and Peavey doesn't really hold their value all that well so you might be able to find one cheaper than that.

    I would recommend his amp to anyone who wants what a Fender Bassman cannot do and do it at a much cheaper price. These are great for recording or gigging. Easy tone and easy to dial in for a good band mix.
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  • Classic tone better price.

    Peavey Classic 50/410 (Discontinued)Publié le 06/22/11 à 13:40
    The Peavey classic is basically Peavey's take on an American classic amplifier. The best amp I can relate this one to is the Fender bassman. It is essentially a blues and mild rock amp. The tone is ok and not really promising. You really need a good distortion or overdrive pedal of some sort to get a decent tone out of it. I understand Peavey's need to do an amp like this to get into the Fender tweed market but in my opinion is that Peavey's excels as making high gain rock and roll metal amps and this is a bit of a let down.

    Peavey Classic 50 410 Features

    50 watts (rms) into 16 or 8 ohms
    Four EL84s and three 12AX7s
    Normal and bright inputs
    3-band passive EQ
    ......
    Read more
    The Peavey classic is basically Peavey's take on an American classic amplifier. The best amp I can relate this one to is the Fender bassman. It is essentially a blues and mild rock amp. The tone is ok and not really promising. You really need a good distortion or overdrive pedal of some sort to get a decent tone out of it. I understand Peavey's need to do an amp like this to get into the Fender tweed market but in my opinion is that Peavey's excels as making high gain rock and roll metal amps and this is a bit of a let down.

    Peavey Classic 50 410 Features

    50 watts (rms) into 16 or 8 ohms
    Four EL84s and three 12AX7s
    Normal and bright inputs
    3-band passive EQ
    Presence control
    Normal and lead volume
    Lead pre- and post-gain
    Master volume
    Reverb control
    Effects loop
    Fan cooled
    Chrome-plated chassis
    Tweed covering
    Footswitch included

    UTILIZATION

    Peavey Classic 50 410 Specifications

    POWER AMPLIFIER SECTION
    Four 6BQ5/EL84’s with 12AX7 driver
    Rated Power & Load: 50 W RMS into 16 or 8 ohms
    Power @ Clipping (Typically): (5% THD, 1 kHz, 120 V AC line) 50 W RMS into 16 or 8 ohms (Bias must be reduced to measure)
    Frequency Response: +0, -2 dB, 50 Hz to 15 kHz, @ 40 W RMS into 16 ohms
    Hum & Noise: No greater than 80 dB below rated power
    Power Consumption: 200 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
    Master Volume @ 12
    Presence @ 6
    Nominal level is with Input Gain @ 6.
    Minimum level is with Input Gain @ 12.

    Preamp Normal Input:
    Impedance: Very high Z, 470 K ohms
    Lead Channel (Post Gain @ 10):
    Nominal Input Level: -40 dBV, 10 mV RMS
    Minimum Input Level: -70 dBV, 0.3 mV RMS
    Normal Channel:
    Nominal Input Level: -17 dBV, 140 mV RMS
    Minimum Input Level: -28 dBV, 40 mV RMS
    Maximum Input Level: 0 dBV, 1.0 V RMS
    Preamp Bright Input:
    Impedance: Very high Z, 470 K ohms
    +12 dB boost @ 2 kHz
    Equalization (Lead and Normal Channels): Custom bass, middle, and treble passive-type EQ
    Effects Send:
    Load Impedance: 1 K ohm or greater
    Nominal Output Level: -6 dBV, 0.5 V RMS
    Effects Return:
    Impedance: High Z, 2 MOhms
    Designed Input Level: -6 dBV, 0.5 V RMS (Switching jack provides Effects Send to Effects Return connection when not used.)
    External Footswitch Function:
    Reverb Defeat (when reverb control is raised)
    Normal/Lead Channel Select (when Lead activated)

    SOUNDS

    I suggest using a good tubescreamer pedal if you want to get a good pop/rock tone. You can already get a smooth distortion breakup with the amp but this will allow you to take it a level and half to that singing sustain that you need for lead playing.

    I playing this type of amp and this amp with a good Fender susperstrat or Stratocaster. If compliments the tone of this amp very nicely. This is more of a mild overdrive amp fit for country, rock, and pop and having that tweed look on the outside just makes you think the blues. Since the blues is best played on a Stratocatser then that is generally what I lean towards.

    OVERALL OPINION

    These amps have now been updated with a new look and other minor tweaks. This amp is a fun amp and you can get this thing to do a lot more than a Fender Bassman could with the added volume controls, effects loop, and further EQing controls.

    On the used market you can find these amps for right around $500. The newer ones are around $999 and Peavey doesn't really hold their value all that well so you might be able to find one cheaper than that.

    I would recommend his amp to anyone who wants what a Fender Bassman cannot do and do it at a much cheaper price. These are great for recording or gigging. Easy tone and easy to dial in for a good band mix.
    See less
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