#1
This amp is on ebay for 400$ to buy it now! I play alot of blues. And i want to get the Clapton, Mayer, Hendrix, Slash tone all together. And i want it to sound kinda Marshall Bluesbreaker(ish). Do you think i could get what i want out of this amp?

Thanks
#2
It may work. I'm not keen on those models.
I know Peavey classics have a major old clapton tone when cranked. It'll be hard to get all of those tones together.
Which tone is the most important to you?
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#3
Quote by darkarbiter7
It may work. I'm not keen on those models.
I know Peavey classics have a major old clapton tone when cranked. It'll be hard to get all of those tones together.
Which tone is the most important to you?



John Mayer and SRV
#4
John Mayer actually used to play a Hot Rod Deluxe. Now he plays Two Rock amps. SRV played Super Reverbs I think. You might want to look into getting a Fender tube amp.
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Dean Performer Acoustic

#5
Traynor will do a good Fender impersonation on the clean channel, and that's a good price for the YCV 80. Keep in mind that it's a big amp. About as powerful as a Fender Twin. You're not going to overdrive the power section without hurting yourself and those around you.

A Fender Blues Deluxe, or Peavey Delta Blues might be better choices, but that's a quality amp for the money.
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#6
There is a few Hot Rod Deluxe's on ebay from 200-300$ would that be a good idea to try to nail that Mayer/Clapton tone? Ill use it with a ts9 and a keeley Katana boost.