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30 something pounds that will blast your fucking balls in the nuts



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30 Ls? Sounds like one hell of a bargain.
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NickS wrote:30 Ls? Sounds like one hell of a bargain.
:lol:
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Hahaha

Solid-state for lyphe, roobs?
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Post: # 1422767Post paul_ »

I always wanted a Super Reverb but I ended up with a Bassman Ten instead like a total dick. I'll probably try to modify it into a proper amp someday.
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Post: # 1422770Post plopswagon »

I know I’ve talked about this before but I miss this amp.

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Here’s a pretty decent demo

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watts is also a peavey amp fan, iirc.
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dots wrote:watts is also a peavey amp fan, iirc.
Ditto here. A friend/bandmate in FL has used a valveking forever. I found a used one for cheap recently but alas, it wasn’t meant to be.
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Post: # 1422787Post Nick »

Love that everyone robroe’d a robroe thread and made it about Peavey amps.

I like my Classic 30 well enough, it’s a great all around amp once the meh stock speaker was replaced
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Nick wrote:Love that everyone robroe’d a robroe thread and made it about Peavey amps.
hahaha

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dots wrote:watts is also a peavey amp fan, iirc.
It was a something of a stigma back in the day.

I had access to a Vox AC50 for a while in this period, I would have happily traded the Peavey for it.
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dots wrote:watts is also a peavey amp fan, iirc.
Pretty sure Eric also got one of those Ampeg guitar amps that I really wanted but they discontinued after about 48 seconds.
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the nerve!!
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I'm intrigued about how similar this is to the tweed Classic 50 4x10 combo I use. Have to say I prefer the look of yours, Plops.
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Post: # 1422807Post sunshiner »

Woke up and played a cheap Chinese germanium fuzz into my clean small solid state amp. Sounded like crap. Still better than waking up and not playing.
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sunshiner wrote:Woke up and played a cheap Chinese germanium fuzz into my clean small solid state amp. Sounded like crap. Still better than waking up and not playing.
Is it meant to be a fuzz face clone?
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Yes, it is, as far as I understand
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NickS wrote:30 Ls? Sounds like one hell of a bargain.
If only... this giant toy costs $1200/£1300, and being a contemporary Fender modeling amp reliant on some ARM IC bricks, can likely bugger itself in ways that can't be repaired by anyone but Fender (who, immediately upon discontinuing it within the decade, also probably won't be able to).

It's got nifty features and it weighs half what a real Twin or Super does, which is cool... I just don't get who it's for or why it costs so much. On the one hand this thing is like "ooo look how convenient in the modern era I am, can I be your favourite studio tool plz" and on the other "but I'm still way too big and loud for small venues and pretty cumbersome during loading/unloading, don't worry blueslawyers"

I may be shitting on this thing a little too hard, but only because it actually is a little too silly.
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Post: # 1423394Post 71Smallbox »

paul_ wrote:this giant toy costs $1200/£1300
you could buy a used Deluxe Reverb for less than that. Why would anyone even bother with this?
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Post: # 1423398Post paul_ »

Yeah, the fact that literally all guitar gear costs way too much now in a way that is not at all correlative with legitimate inflation (Fender/Squier have been the worst with this by far in the past decade) is always part of the problem for me.
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