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Discussion in 'Amp Owners Clubs' started by Hugh, Feb 10, 2011.
Delta Blues 210 here.
I got a 1994 Classic 50. Second year production and the first year with an effects loop (which I've never used). I'll never sell this amp.
Delta Blues 115. And before anyone gives me grief for not having the "cod piece" on...I took it off because it was just one more thing to rattle.
Anybody want to buy a Schwinn exercise bike?
pics ! we likee pics
Ooohh, I like that, I have a Classic 30 but I like that, I feel GAS coming on.
that a basement ? bet the duct work rattles too
Peavey Vypyr Tube 60 here. I had a Studio Pro 50 for 25 years since new and decided to sell it a couple of years ago to make room for more gear...you know how it goes. lol Shouldn't have sold it.
Peavey Classic 50 4x10 with 1x15 ext cab.
Classic 30 here
I want to see someone whip out a Peavey Valverb they use with their Peavey amp
Not nearly as bad as my brain
four 10's and a 15 ? bet that sounds huge ! I want a 115 cab to go with my DB 210
Classics will probably rule here..seem to be popular.
Peavey Classic 50 Head & 410 Cabinet
Peavey Classic 30 Combo
Peavey JSX Head
Which one is your fav ?
I like the Classic 50.
Hugh, You could say it's got some bottom end
You can find them on CL. That's where I found the complete rig for only $475. The guy had just had a kid and was downsizing and wanted to unload it quick to make room in his house. It was a one owner, no stains on the tweed and always in a smoke free environment. There's 1 small tear on the one of the cabinets that's about half the size of a dime.
I think the older style tweed Classics are some of the best sounding amps out there for the money. They also have a big fan base with LP owners who play blues and southern rock. Definitely a series I would recommend to someone buying their first tube amp.
My first amp was in 1977 and it was a huge Peavey Musician. That thing sounded awful but I was 15 and it was loud. I'll dig up an old pic and post it later,
i have an older envoy 110
I just bought a used Classic 50 212. Love it. Does anyone know how to date one of these? I'd love to know when it was built.
Email the serial on the back to Peavey customer service and they'll tell you the date it was finished.