#1
yeah, so on my other threads people are telling me peavey classic 30 tube amp is the best buy for my price. But i was also looking at the fender hot rod series blues junior nos and 15w, but people said go with the peavey over that. but i was looking at the peavey amp reviews and not all of them were very good, some said it had a bad sounding clean channel, and that the tubes rattle alot and it sounds bad. why should i go with the peavey over the fender?
#2
Keep in mind that most people who write reviews are biased one way or the other. (it's either great, or terrible)

I would say you go to GC, and try them both out there.

I like classic 30's but you may not.
#3
Quote by Explorer125
Keep in mind that most people who write reviews are biased one way or the other. (it's either great, or terrible)

I would say you go to GC, and try them both out there.

I like classic 30's but you may not.



what kind of music do you play? and is the clean and distortion ok?
#4
there is no reason you should choose one over the other except for personal preference. do what Explorer said.
#5
i also like the classic 30 (i own it). ive never had problems with the cleans sounding bad or anything like that. i also considered the blues jr but i chose the classic 30 and am glad i did. i enjoy it. but go try them both and see for yourself, its all a matter of taste anyway.
#6
I play anything from Blues to Clean stuff like RHCP to modern rock and a little metalcore/southern metal like Maylene. To me, it sounded fine clean-wise, has lots of body and midrange to it. But the OD just wasnt crunchy enough, and didnt have enough gain for me. I ended up with a Valveking, which has plenty of distortion with a good guitar. Altho the Peavey does have a universal EQ, while the VK has 2 seperate EQs, which allows for tons more flexability. Honestly, 2-channel amps with a single 3-band EQ just isnt enough for me.