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Question Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

I've been looking for a new amp to replace my Blues Jr. For a while I've wanted a Fender Deluxe Reverb and it's nearing the time for an upgrade. Today I went by a local music store and saw they had a used Peavey Delta Blues. It was the combo with a 15" speaker and had an external cab that was 4x10. For the cab and combo amp they want $550. It's not in the best of shape, the tweed and grill cloth both have some tears and smudges but it actually looks kinda cool. Road worn but not too much. It sounded great too! a lot louder than a DRRI(30 watts compared to 22 watts). This particular model is older and doesn't have the logo plate on the front. The speakers are all no-name, they're just black on the backs. Now the question for you all is which one should I get? I love them both but I don't know what to get! Used they're about the same price, the Peavey is a little cheaper though. What is the DB like, quality, sound and reliability? Compared to a DRRI? Is the price right for it? Any help would be so greatly appreciated guys
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

i think you'll have to decide between those -- it's your personal taste.

for me, i look at a drri as one of those legendary amps -- if it's your thing then there is no substitute. if it were me, i'd do the drri and keep it a really long time.
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

the fender is the type of amp that your know what your getting

i haD the peavey
just didn't care for the 15 in it
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

Drri.
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

I understand the whole Fender quality thing and that is holding me back but to be honest I'm leaning towards the DB because I like the tone better. Its a tweed tone, not blackface. The DB gets stellar reviews and if I could get the amp and cab for $500 I think that would be a good deal. still thinking though....
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

If I had the money I would buy both
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

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I understand the whole Fender quality thing and that is holding me back but to be honest I'm leaning towards the DB because I like the tone better. Its a tweed tone, not blackface. The DB gets stellar reviews and if I could get the amp and cab for $500 I think that would be a good deal...
There's your answer.

A lot of people will tell you to the DRRI is stellar. I don't agree, but that's my personal opinion. Perhaps a change of speaker does the trick.

BTW, I like blackface amps in general just not the DRRI in particular.

I like the Peavey Classic series, and vastly prefer the sound of them over any of the Hotrod of Blues series Fenders. The DB is similar ot the Classics, but the DRRI is different to the Blues and Hotrods.

If you're thinking about Fenders and DBs, what about the Excelsior?
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There's your answer.

A lot of people will tell you to the DRRI is stellar. I don't agree, but that's my personal opinion. Perhaps a change of speaker does the trick.

BTW, I like blackface amps in general just not the DRRI in particular.

I like the Peavey Classic series, and vastly prefer the sound of them over any of the Hotrod of Blues series Fenders. The DB is similar ot the Classics, but the DRRI is different to the Blues and Hotrods.

If you're thinking about Fenders and DBs, what about the Excelsior?
Also the BD has a good gain channel with a master volume, a mid knob and effects loop.

They are both solid made in the USA amps.

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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

I'd probably lean towards the Peavey.
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

just went back to the music store, since its 3 minutes from my house, and tried it out with my own strat and my main overdrive pedal. It sounded fantastic! I really think I'm going to buy it tomorrow, I just have to think about it a little more. I'm going to talk them down a bit on the price too, which will help ease the pain of spending a fair chunk of money
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

I've owned both and my choice would be the DRRI. But do keep in mind the DRRI is about $300 more if I'm not mistaken.
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

Me, I think the Delta Blues makes a better "turn it up ROCK" amp than the DRRI. AND its not a bad acoustic amp either

But truth be told ,if it were me ,Id get a pro jr and a blue eminence speaker and be done with it .....
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

Sounds like you're buying the DB.
If thats the one you like, then good choice.
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A lot of people will tell you to the DRRI is stellar. I don't agree, but that's my personal opinion. Perhaps a change of speaker does the trick.
IMO, the stock speaker has to get broken in before a DRRI really finds its voice.

FWIW, that's also true for the Weber 12F150 or the CRex.
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IMO, the stock speaker has to get broken in before a DRRI really finds its voice.

FWIW, that's also true for the Weber 12F150 or the CRex.
+1 Agree 100%

I hated mine when I got it; it sounded too compressed, harsh and sterile.

OK that's perhaps a slight exaggeration, but once the stock Jensen is broken in it sounds fantastic.
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The Delta Blues got a nice, rich and full tone but the 15 speaker is a little "exotic" and sounds a bit muddy with more distortion.
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

Never played either in person but from online stuff, I gotta say I like the tones from the DB a lot.
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

I have no experience with the Delta Blues, but a frigging dig the Classic 50 4x10. I hated the blues Deville I had. No drive tones. I love Fender clean, and Marshall drive. This amp is the only reasonably priced amp that can do both convincingly.Plus, you can get one used for 400 or less. Check one out.
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

the fender will have nicer cleans and reverb. the delta blues will have a good overdrive channal though.

i would go with the fender personally.
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The Delta Blues got a nice, rich and full tone but the 15 speaker is a little "exotic" and sounds a bit muddy with more distortion.
With the 4x10 extension, that problem should be ameliorated.
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FWIW, that's also true for the Weber 12F150 or the CRex.
Very true.My drri sounded harsh until the speaker broke in .Too many people rag on the amp without letting it break in .Worse case scenario you clip the bright cap. Had a peavey c30 and it just isnt my taste.Its a good amp .The 15 "speaker I am sure sounds louder than the 12".
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Very true.My drri sounded harsh until the speaker broke in .Too many people rag on the amp without letting it break in .Worse case scenario you clip the bright cap. Had a peavey c30 and it just isnt my taste.Its a good amp .The 15 "speaker I am sure sounds louder than the 12".
Go for the 4-10.s.For a couple of extra bucks you won't regret it.I use mostly Mesa anymore and the amp I use most now has 4-10 alnico,s/Before that it was only available with 1 or 2 12,s.At higher volumes it sucked.It takes a lot to drive a 15.For bass or pa its fine.For cleans and overdrives theres a big difference.It's just my personal experience,though/Just check how they're wired----series or paralell and watch your ohms.Good Luck
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Very true.My drri sounded harsh until the speaker broke in .Too many people rag on the amp without letting it break in .Worse case scenario you clip the bright cap. Had a peavey c30 and it just isnt my taste.Its a good amp .The 15 "speaker I am sure sounds louder than the 12".
FWIW, all of the Webers that I've bought have sounded good out of the box, and better as they broke in. That includes 10F150s and 10A125s. Ten speakers in all, so it wasn't a one off.

Regarding the DRRI, I really wanted to like that amp. I was hoping for something with the feel and sparkle of my Super Reverb, but in a smaller package, but it just didn't deliver. Not even in the same street.

I know a lot of people like 'em, and that's great. I think the Peavey amps I've heard sound better. And regarding this particular comparison, the Peavey with the 15" speaker and a 4x10" extension will be killer. The DRRI with a single 12" will never have either the body of the 15" or the ability to punch the back of the room the way 10"s do. Best of both.
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FWIW, all of the Webers that I've bought have sounded good out of the box, and better as they broke in. That includes 10F150s and 10A125s. Ten speakers in all, so it wasn't a one off.

Regarding the DRRI, I really wanted to like that amp. I was hoping for something with the feel and sparkle of my Super Reverb, but in a smaller package, but it just didn't deliver. Not even in the same street.

I know a lot of people like 'em, and that's great. I think the Peavey amps I've heard sound better. And regarding this particular comparison, the Peavey with the 15" speaker and a 4x10" extension will be killer. The DRRI with a single 12" will never have either the body of the 15" or the ability to punch the back of the room the way 10"s do. Best of both.
I know alot of people expect the drri to be either a mini twin or super reverb.It doesnt really sound the same.I had a Super reverb and it has alot of sparkle to it .Largely due to the 4x10s ,but also the circuitry.I use the drri because I play alot of smaller venues.
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I know alot of people expect the drri to be either a mini twin or super reverb.It doesnt really sound the same.I had a Super reverb and it has alot of sparkle to it .Largely due to the 4x10s ,but also the circuitry.I use the drri because I play alot of smaller venues.
Well, it should sound very similar to a Super or Twin. The preamp, effects and phase inverter are identical on all three. Only difference is that the 'mid' on the DR is fixed rather than adjustable.

I just found it lacked the feel of the Super. There is a particular quality to my Super and to other black and silver face Fenders I've played, where the note has a certain 'give' to it. It's hard to describe, but it feels like the give in the string tension of a good flat top acoustic guitar. This was just not there on the DRRI.

The Twin re-issue has different problems. It starts distorting at about 3 on the vol. While that might not be a bad thing in and of itself, no Twin should do that.

I don't know what Fender has done to these amps.
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

I guess a big question we should have an answer for is what are the intentions are for the new rig? DRRI would be great in small clubs, but lets be honest, a combo and a 4x10 extension cab or just the big 15 will never be pushed in a tiny venue so you might not be able to get that great tone. I have played countless places where people told me to to turn down my Blues Junior!!!! lol! I am sure most of you have experienced this. A DRRI or on of the other Fender offerings would be great. I don't want to throw a curve ball in here but PLEASE check out the Ceriatone Champ Ultra. You can get one for $600-$800 and never have to get another amp from bedroom to medium sized venues. Hell you could mic it and play a large place. Everyone looks over that amp. I wish I would have gotten one. That will be my next amp. My Dumble clone is great but too powerful for most of my gigs
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the db has pre gain, post gain and master volume. you can get a decent crunch out of it at low vol.
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Re: Peavey Delta Blues or Fender DRRI?

I got the Delta Blues a few days! I love it! Still need to sit down for a few hours and dial in my clean and overdrive tones. Might buy a footswitch for it too. Its so loud and awesome looking too, the 15" and 4x10" speakers sound great together. This amp rocks! The tone is huge!
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actually the tube overdrive in it on the gain channel is really good, a lot better than I thought! Thanks for all the advice too everyone
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Congrats on the new amp. I think Splat's right about the speaker combo, too. HNGD.
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