#1
well I tried one today (actually it was a Delta Blues but I tried a Classic 30 to) sounded great low end was a bit whats the work flabby I dunno just to loose maybe. other than that I really liked it I will consider this.

whats a good used price for a delta blues? they have a used one for 400? good bad ok? and I"m sure I could get them down a bit.
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#2
The speaker probably isn't broken in. What settings did you have it on, and what guitar were you using?
The Classic/DB series generally has pretty bright cleans, and a balanced drive.
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#3
I was using a PRS

H ad the bass at around 8

mids around 11

treble around 9/10

I actually really liked it.

and the speaker was definantly broken in. it was a used amp so yah

and darn it your avatar I can't ever tell who I'm talking to anymore lol
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#4
The Peavey Classic series is excellent. And don't worry, I thought the same about the bass at first, but play with the EQ and you'll be fine.

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#5
the problem with the bass mightve been it was the 115 version and it just had alot more bass.

also is 400 a good deal for the delta blues used?
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#6
^How much was the classic? Or wasn't that used?
I dunno, that isn't too hot of a deal for a DB. It's cheaper than retail, but you can still do better.
I've seen c30's (retail 600) go for 350 before.
Next time you go there, try these settings:

Bass: 10
Mids:5
Treb: 6

The DB/Classic series is quite middy, so cranked mids and humbuckers will make it sound kind of weird. The trick is to play with single coils (the classic/db series likes single coil guitars the best, to my ears), and have a good amount of bass and slightly scooped mids.
Just leave the boost off, and you'll be fine.

and about my avatar. Hehe, yeah, I thought I needed something else besides my guitar kitty. I just wanted something different.
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#7
$400's a good price, and I definitely prefer the 1x15 version to the 2x10. Great amp, IMHO.
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#8
^Yeah. The extra bass from the 15" speaker is nice.
I'm thinking of buying a 1 or 2x15 extention cab for my C50 4x10, to get the bottom end which the 10" speakers can't handle.
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1957 Gibson GA-5
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#9
no the classic 30 wasn't used and I don't wanna shell out 600 bucks I don't have lol.

About the settings I'll try em but I'm kinda a middy sort if you listen to boston there isn't much low end there lol.

the delta blues IS used but looks brandnew i didn't find a scratch on it. but I'm sure I can get them down to 350is 300. MAYBE. My dad and uncle know the owner pretty well and I've bought 2 guitars and 2 amps from them plus some pedals and I know them pretty well. Plus it's a little local shop so I should be able to get them down some I'll try for like 325 is that a better deal?

also I can trade my princeton chorus in and get around 180 200 bucks for it.
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#10
^Yeah, mids are great, but too much, and you'll kind of get a honky tone. And, the settings on your current amp probably will sound loads different on another amp.
All right, try to talk them down a bit more.
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1957 Gibson GA-5
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Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#11
The Classics sell for less than the DB's because there are so many more of them on the market. I wouldn't mind paying a little more for a Delta Blues being that I think it's a superior amp - and I say that as the owner of a C30.
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#12
well I'll see if I can talk them down a bit more
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When he finally gets one it'll probably be televised like the Berlin Wall coming down.
The end of an era