peavey classic 30?

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:)i'd say im gonna save up for this :fingersx:.Anyone have this model,if so
can you show :photos:.
If there are some better 50-100watt $200-$350 not vintage,please point me in that direction:fingersx:.
also can you give me some information about this model
 

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:)i'd say im gonna save up for this :fingersx:.Anyone have this model,if so
can you show :photos:.
If there are some better 50-100watt $200-$350 not vintage,please point me in that direction:fingersx:.
also can you give me some information about this model
A good majority of the WBpickups youtube clips are played through a Peavey Classic 50, that should give you a pretty good idea of the sound.
 

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A good majority of the WBpickups youtube clips are played through a Peavey Classic 50, that should give you a pretty good idea of the sound.
Have owned both Peavey Classics, The 4 10 model is a great amp , the 2 12 sounds much better if you can get Celestions in it
Peavey @ Classic 50 4x10 Tweed Tube Amp @ vintage 1992 - (eBay item 320144650457 end time Nov-03-07 14:32:25 PDT)

PEAVEY CLASSIC 30 TUBE GUITAR AMP - great amp! - (eBay item 180174740978 end time Nov-03-07 12:47:17 PDT)
 

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I love my Classic 30 for blues/classic rock (it's plenty loud for my needs and can get some nice tones). Save yourself a few bucks and pick one up from eBay. Make sure you get the "tube guard" for it). Here's mine:

 

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I played one at a Jam night a few years ago, and it sounded pretty decent. Not a lot of clean headroom with a Les Paul if I recall, but not bad at all..

Cheers!
 


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