The Classic 30/112 has been redesigned with an all-new chassis design, but still features the distinctive sound and circuitry of the renowned Classic...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Classic 30/112 has been redesigned with an all-new chassis design, but still features the distinctive sound and circuitry of the renowned Classic Series amps.
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I brought the older model (also tweed) in early 2005, the only difference being cosmetics on the front panel. In the end it came down to a choice between this amp and a Fender Blues Junior. I'm happy with the choice I made. This amp has a great warm sound, clean, and on the lead channel the distortion is particularly impressive. You can turn the gain up and use the volume control on your guitar to clean up as required. Check out the tube compliment of this amp to anything else in it's class . You get a heck of a lot of glass here for the money! The ability to line out to other speakers is a great feature, occassionally I run this to my 2 X 12 Marshall cab and it sounds great with the smallish 30 watts of the power amp driving bigger speakers. Make no mistake, this amp is loud! Built like a brick, with plenty of power and so far, no reliability issues. The tweed looks awesome. Single coils and humbuckers are both equally well served. Go ahead and get one. I'd recommend an amp stand for better projection. I'll be getting one soon.
I am totally smitten with this amp. It is the first tube amp I have owned, although I have played through dozens. It has a great tone that is all its own. Most likely it will give you what you need if you play classic/hard rock or country. Not for metal, but I don't really play metal. The clean channel is really clean and nice sounding, and then when you switch over to the dirty channel it gives you a nice crunch that you can dial up to an even nicer distortion. There is a boost button that gives you a little more power for solos. The two channels can be switched by a footswitch. There is a speaker extension jack that you can use to plug the amp into a cabinet. I haven't done that but I've read that it sounds great and I love that I have that option. I bought the tweed version and it's gorgeous. It's definitely loud. For what I do, I rarely have to turn it past 2. My only gripe about this is that I wish Peavey would have included a footswitch, but, oh well. It's a great amp without being a burden on my budget.
600 bucks ain't cheap but this amp almost eliminates the regrets I have about selling my Mesa Boogie in 1981 (yes, back in the day when you had to individually order them!). Overdrive is both warm and dirty and tone in both channels is great. It can really crank too. Sturdy enough for frequent gigs. Footpedal is cheap but so far has held up. Handles blues and heavy rock with equal aplomb. Add a distortion pedal to the overdrive and this baby sings. Plug and Play, no tweaking necessary.
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