Ok guys, this summer im planning on buying a new amp. I think ive narrowed it down to these two. Obviously there is a big difference in price so i need some help. I really like to play classic rock like zeppelin, floyd, boston, black sabbath etc. Im interested in a little blues also. In an earlier post, i read that the classic 30 would be best for me but i wanted to atleast consider the blackheart and get some opinions on it cause ive heard its a pretty neat amp. I don't plan on doing any gigging in the near future, maybe an occasional jam with another guitar. What do you guys think?
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Classic 30 wins!

I'm gonna be getting, and I dont' think im gonna be doing an gigging. just playing at home at probably 3 volume, and 12 when parents leave.
for ur volume needs, the blackheart would at least be able to be cranked a lot more. the classic 30 doesn't even need to be fully cranked to be heard over a drummer.

now i'm not gonna say the blackheart is better IMO cuz i haven't played the peavey, but the blackheart WILL do what you're wanting perfectly fine. it's pretty much a mini marshall. an OD pedal gets it into really heavy thrashy style metal.
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what if he wants a really clean sound coming out too?

It does clean very well too. Not loud enough to get over a drummer but loud enough to jam with another Guitarist.
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actually it can be clean at drumming volumes. it's a very warm clean tone, w/ some breakup if you hit the strings hard enough. but it's not as distorted as everyone's thinking, just roll ur volume off a bit, and strum lightly. that's how you do it.

of course more people here have classic 30s and such and they've been around longer and have a rep already, so they're gonna be recommended by more people.

but blackheart takes pride in making their amps to last
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Classic 30. I have played both and I own the Peavey. In the long run and grand scheme of things it's well worth it to spend a little more $$$ and get a lot more bang.