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It also lets you run the power tubes hotter or colder as well as the voltage going to the filter caps, this option gives you the option of running the amp tighter or with a bit more sag.

It has a master volume and you can combine the two distictincly different sounding channels with a flick of a mini toggle. All in all this amp is a great deal for the $, but you better work out before you bring it to your gig, it will make your Twin Reverb feel like a Pignose.

And for God’s sake get rid of that stupid master volume!

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#7: Marshall 1974X HW New about 50 This amp is a faithful reissue of the 18 watt single 12 inch combo from the late sixties.

The amp has two channels which sound virtually the same, one of which sports a great sounding tremolo.

Although it is outfitted with four EL 84’s, its no AC-30. Later on Peavey, through its dealers, started selling Russian (Sovtek) tubes as replacements, but these tubes biased a lot cooler then the Chinese ones did.

And unlike many other EL 84 combos the Delta is not cathode biased, so when you change tubes the amp must be rebased. Also if you want the amp to sound good all night long, have a tech install a fan to cool off those overworked power tubes.

This is the deal, put a Les Paul through it and you will sound like Jimmy Page.

#1: Peavey Delta Blues 0 new, used from 0 to 0 Lush reverb and tremolo, a quartet of EL 84’s a very nice sounding tight Eminence 15″ guitar speaker.

This is one of the only affordable 15 inch speaker guitar amps that is not a steel guitar amp. When they first came out they were using Chinese power tubes and they sounded good.

50 watts out of an open back 4×10 cab housing some very well suited Eminence ceramic speakers.

Forget the Master volume and dirty channel – use this amp as if if were a non master Super or reissue Bassman (w/ reverb) and get your distortion from a pedal you like.

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