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Peavey Delta Blues 210 Tube Combo Amp   

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With its all-tube design (three 12AX7s in preamp, four EL84 power), Blue Marvel speakers, tremolo, and reverb, the Delta Blues 210 can get as greasy ...Click To Read More About This Product

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Classic style, classic tone, modern versatility.

With its all-tube design (three 12AX7s in preamp, four EL84 power), Blue Marvel speakers, tremolo, and reverb, the Delta Blues 210 can get as greasy as you want. Pre and post gain controls on lead channel.

FEATURES
  • 30 watts into 16 or 8 ohms
  • All-tube (three 12AX7 and four EL84 tubes)
  • 2-channel preamp
  • Two 10" Blue Marvel speakers
  • Tremolo with speed and intensity
  • Pre- and post-gain controls on lead channel
  • Normal volume control on clean channel
  • 3-band passive EQ (bass, middle, treble)
  • Boost switch
  • Master reverb
  • Footswitch selectable channel switching and tremolo
  • Effects loop
  • Chrome-plated chassis
  • External speaker jack

Order today because it's got to be funky.

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4.9

(based on 16 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

No comparison, no competition!

No comparison, no competition!!! Buy this amp and you won't ever let go of it. Value wise it's a bang for the buck! I'm fifty years old and have played live most...Read complete review

No comparison, no competition!!! Buy this amp and you won't ever let go of it. Value wise it's a bang for the buck! I'm fifty years old and have played live most of my life. I've played through just about every amp made. I'm a dedicated Fender Stratocaster man, and used to be of the philosophy that a Stratocaster sounded best through a Fender amp. Only once did I make the mistake of trying a transistor amp--sounded like a tin can. The "Twin", while being the best means of preserving the virgin Stratocaster tone, has always had two drawbacks. It's a little too bright, and ya gotta crank it up to get the tone. I was sick and tired of being asked to "turn down"! I was never big on a bunch of stomp boxes, I'm big and clumsy and it's humiliating enough to trip once--but every night... These days I don't get out much. I'm a songwriter, a studio owner, engineer and producer. The only amp in my studio is a Peavey Delta Blues 30 watt with two tens(honest)! Once I put a mic on that puppy I was hooked. Some guys come in and just have to use their own amp. That's fine, but after they're gone, I take a line out of my digtal converter, plug it in to the Pevey mic it up and re-amp the guitar tracks. I never tell them, and when they hear the mixes they think I'm a magician! If you can get one of these, ya better get it now--before they wise up and double the price. Even worse they could decide to discontinue this model. It sounds as good, and often better than some of the ones the big boys use. I love my little Peavey, I can even carry it without needing an ambulance afterward!!!

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This amp has no Dynamics

I played this amp against the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe and the Delta Blues was no match in sound. I used a Strat and when it came to dynamics and overall tone the Delta...Read complete review

I played this amp against the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe and the Delta Blues was no match in sound. I used a Strat and when it came to dynamics and overall tone the Delta Blues just didn't have it. If it is a first tube amp for someone it would be ok, but for the same price you can get a Fender Hot Rod. The dynamics and tone for the Delta is not what it is hyped about. The distortion had no bite, and the clean was like plugging in headphones to the output on a guitar, no quality what so ever. Don't kid yourself buy a Fender!

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

No comparison, no competition!

By Mike-Apostlerock studios

from Asheville N.C.

No comparison, no competition!!! Buy this amp and you won't ever let go of it. Value wise it's a bang for the buck! I'm fifty years old and have played live most of my life. I've played through just about every amp made. I'm a dedicated Fender Stratocaster man, and used to be of the philosophy that a Stratocaster sounded best through a Fender amp. Only once did I make the mistake of trying a transistor amp--sounded like a tin can. The "Twin", while being the best means of preserving the virgin Stratocaster tone, has always had two drawbacks. It's a little too bright, and ya gotta crank it up to get the tone. I was sick and tired of being asked to "turn down"! I was never big on a bunch of stomp boxes, I'm big and clumsy and it's humiliating enough to trip once--but every night... These days I don't get out much. I'm a songwriter, a studio owner, engineer and producer. The only amp in my studio is a Peavey Delta Blues 30 watt with two tens(honest)! Once I put a mic on that puppy I was hooked. Some guys come in and just have to use their own amp. That's fine, but after they're gone, I take a line out of my digtal converter, plug it in to the Pevey mic it up and re-amp the guitar tracks. I never tell them, and when they hear the mixes they think I'm a magician! If you can get one of these, ya better get it now--before they wise up and double the price. Even worse they could decide to discontinue this model. It sounds as good, and often better than some of the ones the big boys use. I love my little Peavey, I can even carry it without needing an ambulance afterward!!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Super-versatile

By Mr. Music

from Wherever I'm playing

After spending weeks comparing amps in store I discovered the delta-blues 2x10. This amp has the stuff for recording and touring. The sound is huge when one compares it to Fender combos of the same wattage, with surprisingly ample headroom. I use it in conjunction with a marshall 1922 extension cab and the sound is beautifully dynamic as well as adaptable. In my opinion this is the best quality-for-the-dollar all tube combo amp currently available.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Blues Amp

By Bluzplayer-Iz6ut

from Bristol, VA

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I've owned one of these for a couple of years. It is by far my favorite amp. I parked a Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410 when I got this because it can't keep up with the Delta Blues 210.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I am not a pro...

By vjb.knife

from Pittsburgh

I am a very inexperienced player but my teacher played this amp and recommended it and I like it a lot. Just been playing a few years and did not think my limited talent justified a large investment but this amp is really nice. I have been playing it for a year and a half now.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great

By sgdan143

from Maine

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I bought this amp a while ago and it just sings. I compared it to a fender hot rod deluxe and there was no competition between the amps, Like I said the peavey just sang. The clean and the distortion just sound great with my gibson sg. The control setup is perfect. And the photo make the amp look horrible.

 
5.0

Fantastic TONE!

By Mike V.-wnTds

from California

Unreal. It would be only under duress that I would plug into a solid state amp ever again.Sounds great stock, but just swapped out the tubes with JJ's (high gain for Peavey pack at eurotubes) and it's even more amazing.Solid as a rock, punchy, and powerful. Clean is a blues dream, overdrive channel is perfect for rock (not metal, you mental cases).Highly recommended.

(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

This amp has no Dynamics

By stainedcrimson

from Grand Rapids, MI

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I played this amp against the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe and the Delta Blues was no match in sound. I used a Strat and when it came to dynamics and overall tone the Delta Blues just didn't have it. If it is a first tube amp for someone it would be ok, but for the same price you can get a Fender Hot Rod. The dynamics and tone for the Delta is not what it is hyped about. The distortion had no bite, and the clean was like plugging in headphones to the output on a guitar, no quality what so ever. Don't kid yourself buy a Fender!

 
5.0

Give it a serious listen!

By Tele lover.

from Chicago suburbs

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This is a great amp I was looking for a Fender tube amp and the store owner told me to give this Peavey a listen to. Boy was I glad I did. The 2 ten inch speakers give the 30 watt amp a great sound. Don't worry about no stand by switch. This amp section is the same circuit as the Peavey 50 watt except the plate voltage is lowered from 450 to 300 for reduced power, and because of the lower plate voltage, no worries about killing the output tubes during warmup without the standby switch. Just turn it on and play as soon as you get sound. Mine is the black tweed and it has held up for 5 years but I did buy a cover and use it during transport. The only amp that I thought sounded better was the 4 ten inch Fender at a much higher cost than this jewel.

 
5.0

Excellent Tone

By ZombieBrainEatingMuppet

from U.S.

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The Delta Blues has a particularly amazing clean channel, and don't let the 30 watts fool you -- it can get incredibly loud very quickly. I play mostly metal with it, but I would never trade this amp for an equivalent high-gain setup. I enjoy its smooth, articulate tone way too much.The only drawback to this amp is that it lacks a standby switch. Other than that, it's pretty close to perfect. Buying this amp was the best buying choice I've made yet with any guitar equipment. As my Fender-loving friend said, it's the real deal.

 
5.0

Good buy

By David from Ohio

from Dayton OH

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I've owned this amp for 9 months. After about 5 months it died on me. It was in the shop for 5 weeks, but now is now fine. Warranty covered all costs. I looked at many, many amps in this price range, and found this to be the best by far! It has a nice deep bass sound, and the tremelo and reverb are good as well. Give it a try.

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