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Discussion in 'Amp Owners Clubs' started by Hugh, Feb 10, 2011.
Love my vypyr . Sorry picture upside down
I'm in. I have a Black Widow 15 combo amp and a Tour 450 SS head. They're both great, but the 450 can be a bit terrifying to the neighbours at times.
Proud owner of a Classic 20 Head/cab
Using a 6505+ Head For all my modern clean, rhythm, and lead tones.
At home I just run it through convolution impulses?? On my laptop, otherwise it would destroy my town through an actual speaker. I want to find a rack unit that lets me use the impulses too for playing shows
Here's a screenshot of a pretty cool sounding setting for the Rage or the one just like the Rage, but with reverb that I don't remember the name of.
Late 80's Stereo Chorus 400.
Former amp, now I'm rocking a Bugera V5 Infinium.
Can I join? 1974-75 Peavey Vintage 2x12
20180302_202653 by Grux posted May 18, 2018 at 9:24 AM
first generation 5150 half stack
because its awesome
I had the cabinet already for a few months. Then I decided I wanted a head for it. So I picked up this Mini 20 head on Saturday. Nice little setup
Can anyone help me out? I've checked through the manual and can't see anything to advise me.
I want to use some headphones with my Bandit 112 Transtube Silver Stripe, but there isn't a specific headphone output. Can I use the speaker cabinet output? If so what impedance headphones should I use for best results?
I read the reviews on the Delta Blues 115 and decided to buy one, since I figured it would be perfect for home use. When I got it, and heard it, I decided immediately to buy another one, since I run a stereo setup. Put an Analogman stereo chorus pedal in front, and you don't wish more. The 15s gives a ballsy sound, even at low volumes, without being boomy. And nothing is left out in the treble. I read somewhere that Peavey themselves said something like 'This might be the best amp we ever built'. I have a Fender SRRI and a Prosonic 2x10 combo as well, they don't beat the sound of the Delta Blues IMO.
I run a stereo setup as well .A mini 20 along with a 20 watt Blackstar. I keep the Peavey as the clean amp but I did split my DD7 over to it as well .It's taken a little while to get the sound how like it running them together but it's worth it .My guess would be that running EL 34 in the Blackstar and the EL 84 in the Peavey made it a bit trickier to dial in than I originally thought
I used to have the stereo setup with my SRRI and my Prosonic, and it sounded killer. So it doesnt have to be that difficult. But when I got my first Delta Blues, I knew what I wanted
Need a booster to run 2 systems??????
Good question! NO, not the way I do it. I started using the Analogman Stereo Chorus, which has mono in - stereo out (two output jacks). That alone sounds absolute killer. Later I decided to purchase a quality reverb unit, the choice was the Strymon Flint, which has stereo in and stereo out. So this unit is the last before the amps. Now I also purchased the TC Flashback, which has stereo in and out (two jacks on each side). It has an inspiring stereo ‘ping-pong’ effect. So it will be Analogman > TC Flashback > Flint > amps. Anything before the stereo chorus is mono. Hope it makes sense!
No, just an ABY box. I did tie my DD7 into the Peavey's efx loop as well as the Blackstar so I would have any delay on both sides. I keep all my other effects on the Blackstar only and the Peavey is the clean one
Peavy Bandit 112 Red Stripe. A super versitaile and very nice amp graces my amp lineup.