#1
which one should i buy?
Vox AC 15 CC1
or
Peavey classic 30
they are both 600 bucks
#2
I have the AC30 CC2, Top amp really, I'd think the 15 were just the same in tonal quality, I'd go for trhe Vox, but i've had no experience with the peavey

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#3
i wasn't that impressed with the ac15 i tried. ^ the ac30 is great, the ac15cc, not so much. at least based on the one i tried (which was second-hand) but i've heard others saying the same thing. i'd go with the peavey to be honest.
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#4
^Whether or not the AC15 is great is up to the user. I was satisfied with the tone/price ratio.

But the Classic 30 is very Voxy. However, so is the V33, which is a way better deal than the Classic 30.
#5
oh yeah, of course try them out. i just meant i disagreed with the statement that since the ac30cc is nice, the ac15cc must be too, as i liked the ac30cc, but not the ac15cc.
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i wasn't that impressed with the ac15 i tried. ^ the ac30 is great, the ac15cc, not so much. at least based on the one i tried (which was second-hand) but i've heard others saying the same thing. i'd go with the peavey to be honest.

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Exactly what I was planning to say
#7
I've played both the Vox and the Peavey, and I'd have to say I liked the Vox more. But then again, you have to remember that the Vox is British voiced and the Peavey is American voiced. What styles are you trying to play?
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I've played both the Vox and the Peavey, and I'd have to say I liked the Vox more. But then again, you have to remember that the Vox is British voiced and the Peavey is American voiced. What styles are you trying to play?



Err, no, they're both british voiced and they're both suited to the same styles. The classic 30 has more gain and can do metal with an OD if that's you're thing.

I'd go for a used classic 30 and a nice OD pedal.
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#9
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I'd go for a used classic 30 and a nice OD pedal.

Lulz, the stock suggestion for new amps.

A good one nonetheless.

Also: Crate V series.
#11
^The V is a better value. I personally like it better than the C30.
#12
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Err, no, they're both british voiced and they're both suited to the same styles. The classic 30 has more gain and can do metal with an OD if that's you're thing.

I'd go for a used classic 30 and a nice OD pedal.


You sure? The cleans on the C30 sounded very Fender-esque. I'm pretty sure Peavey based the C30 off a Fender also.
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#13
^More like a Vox
#14
All right, I'm not sure enough to argue the point.
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#15
neither am i... i noticed parts of vox, and fender in the c30...
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#16
A used Classic 30 ($300) costs more than a new V33 ($249). Both good amps for what your doing. Try them both and evaluate what gets the tone you want and more for your money. .
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