#1
I'm looking for nice warm cleans. Something that doesn't go above 600$ preferably.
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#2
peavey classic 30? though that's $600 in the US, might be a lot more in qatar...
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#3
If only Fender had a 30 watts tube, that's what I would get. Probably used from eBay. But I think most of them is 40 watts.
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eh, just go with the 40 watter then, assuming they're under budget. it's debatable if you'd notice any difference in volume between 30 and 40 watts at any rate...
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eh, just go with the 40 watter then, assuming they're under budget. it's debatable if you'd notice any difference in volume between 30 and 40 watts at any rate...


Really, don't get hung up on a number. I can tell you that I've heard 15W amps louder than Fender's 22W Deluxe Reverb, and there's another thread here discussing the 40W Hot Rod being louder than a Classic 50. It's all relative. The difference between 30-50W amps is pretty negligible. It should really be more about the sound you're after.
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#6
Get a Classic 30. It actually has decent drive and the cleans are almost as good as Fenders. But if you don't care about the drive at all then yeah get a Hot Rod Deluxe. Nice to have something versatile though, you'd probably have to buy a nice OD to get decent drive off the Fender see?
#7
I vote for the classic 30, probably the best buy when it come to tube amps, that is ussually the most over looked. Clean is very nice, very fender inspired, and the OD sound much better than the Fenders.
#8
I'm gonna use a T-rex Alberta with the Fender Blues Deluxe, so I'm fine.
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Really, don't get hung up on a number. I can tell you that I've heard 15W amps louder than Fender's 22W Deluxe Reverb, and there's another thread here discussing the 40W Hot Rod being louder than a Classic 50. It's all relative. The difference between 30-50W amps is pretty negligible. It should really be more about the sound you're after.


agreed.

obviously don't do something daft like considering a 5-watter if you're thinking of playing wembley, but if the numbers are close (percentage-wise), odds are you won't hear it.

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#10
classic thirty/ used vox ac30
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#11
IMO, I prefer 6L6 cleans, but those only come in 40, 60, 85, and 120 watts.

The only reason fender doen't have a clean, tube 30 watt amp is because 30 watts tube comes from 4 EL84's, which are tubes fender doesn't use often, except in the smaller amps, like the blues junior.
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