Peavey Delta Blue 115 II 30-watt 1x15" Tube Combo - Tweed

30-watt 2-channel All-tube 1x15" Guitar Combo Amplifier with Celestion Fullback G15V-100 Speaker, Spring Reverb, Tremolo, and Effects Loop
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Peavey Delta Blue 115 II 30-watt 1x15
Peavey Delta Blue 115 II 30-watt 1x15
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Peavey Delta Blue 115 II 30-watt 1x15" Tube Combo - Tweed
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All-tube Combo with Reverb, Tremolo, and Celestion Speaker!

The Peavey Delta Blues 115 tube combo amplifier delivers 30 watts of classic tube amp tone. Three 12AX7 preamp tubes and four EL84 power tubes give you the power and headroom needed for everything from singing cleans to aggressive distortion. A Celestion Fullback G15V-100 speaker yields complex, musical sounds that add weight to everything you play. Dial in the deep spring reverb and smooth tremolo, and you'll wonder where the Delta Blues 115 has been all your life. You can't deny there's a ton of value packed into the Peavey Delta Blues 115 tube combo amplifier.

Peavey Delta Blues 115 Tube Combo Guitar Amplifier at a Glance:
  • Gigging musicians love this amplifier
  • Real spring reverb and tremolo for classic guitar tones
  • Celestion Fullback G15V-100 speaker yields smooth, expressive tones
Gigging musicians love this amplifier

The 30 watt, 1 x 15" Peavey Delta Blues 115 fits perfectly into your gigging routine. For most small- to medium-sized venues, 30 watts is all you need to be heard - especially if your combo amp is miked. Footswitchable channels (footswitches optional) give you a wide tonal range to play with, and a speaker output for an extension speaker cabinet makes it easy to expand your rig. It can be hard to find a combo amplifier that's adept at many musical styles while still being practical for the average musician, but the Peavey Delta Blues 115 nails it.

Real spring reverb and tremolo for classic guitar tones

On the Delta Blues 115 you'll find a genuine spring reverb, giving you access to iconic guitar tones. Even if you don't play surf rock, you'll find this combo amp's reverb to be a cut above the stock reverb found in most amplifiers in this class. Speed and intensity controls let you dial in your tremolo sound precisely ranging from subtle to deep and heavy. And the tremolo is even switchable with an optional footswitch.

Celestion Fullback G15V-100 speaker yields smooth, expressive tones

The Celestion Fullback G15V-100 is a thick-sounding speaker, even while it remains smooth and expressive. Enjoy the complex harmonics and detailed mids that define classic Celestion tone. Your cleans will be drenched in warmth, revealing and enhancing your amp and guitar's inherent tone without coloration. Your overdriven tones will be complex and musical with an authoritative growl that's impossible to ignore.

Peavey Delta Blues 115 Tube Combo Guitar Amplifier Features:
  • 2-channel tube combo amplifier with 1 x 15" Celestion Fullback G15V-100 speaker
  • 30 watts is an ideal power rating for small- to medium-sized gigs
  • Footswitchable channels and tremolo
  • 3 x 12AX7 preamp tubes and 4 x EL84 power tubes let you cover a lot of tonal range
  • Perfect for rock, blues, and country
  • Additional output for extension speaker cabinet
Get a truly gig-ready combo amp with the Peavey Delta Blues 115!

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Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 2
Total Power 30W
Speaker Size 1 x 15" Celestion Fullback G15V-100
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4" (extension speaker)
Reverb Yes
EQ 3-band
Preamp Tubes 3 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 4 x EL84
Footswitch I/O 1 x 1/4" (reverb/tremolo), 1 x 1/4" (channel/boost)
Effects Loop Yes
Weight 49.2 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 03327810

Customer Reviews

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5/5

amazing amp

This is my second amp, I have upgraded after 5 years with the spider IV, sound amazing, very loud, and great tones. the distortion is awesome. amp soundsettin great for Blues/Rock
5/5

Fantastic Amp for 8 years and Still Strong!

I've been playing for over 40 years and I've played through just about every amp you can think of. This Peavy Delta Amp has a crystal clear sound at any volume that's worthy of any guitarist who is critical of their tone and performance. I love the 15 speaker, the lows, mids and highs this amp belts out are to die for. I play a Fender Strat for clean thick tones, I also play Ibanez, but my favorite all around instrument to play through this amp is my Fender. I'm going to buy another Delta 115 and use both for live performance an recordings.
Music background: Musician
5/5

Can Not Beat this Amp

I have a first year Delta Blues. At that time the 15" speaker was all that was offered. I have hauled it all over the country. And, it has been a beast!! Loud for days. Great break up on the dirty channel. Wonderful, full rich tones on the clean channel. I play Blues. Sometimes there is some southern rock thrown in the mix. I use a several different guitars - Tele, Strat, Peavey Falcon, PRS, Ibanez, and even a tri-cone regal and Taylor. Everyone of them sounds incredible. Typically it's mic'ed with a SM57 or an e906. For small venues, i run it un-mic'ed - plenty loud. I love the 15" speaker. I've run several other 30-40watt amps. But, i love the tone of the 15". And . . . it looks cool. It's hard to beat the TV cabinet look. 8^)
Music background: Blues, Christian Blues, Southern Rock, Praise and Worship
5/5

Awesome amp Indeed

I purchased this amp used at guitar show. I was looking for an amp that could handle both playing Gospel and blues/rock. I saw this amp was like I'm not sure. Walked away and continued on. Got to the other side of the show and a guy plugged a keyboard into this amp with a leslie and I was like OMW. The delta filled the convention center with great sound. I hurried back and bought it on the spot. Great tones, Good bottom end. Perfect blend of mids and highs. Reverb is very silky love it. I don't use trem but its cool to have. The OD channel is very nice and will work well in most situations. The boost option is way cool it doesn't mud up the amp but is almost like a clean boost. Handles pedals well. I can honestly IF ever needed get a thrash sound if I use the right pedal. This amp is not too loud but Ive actually had to turn down at practice(a first for me) Its got power to boot. Built sturdy will handle I believe most anything this side of a nuclear blast. Id but another if stolen.
Music background: I play Christian,Praise and Worship.Gospel and blues. Been playing for 40yrs
5/5

Great amplifier

This is a fantastic, American made amplifier. Built in Mississippi, home of the Delta Blues. I've had mine about 5 years now and I just like it more every time i turn it on! I thought at first the 15" speaker would be too dark, but I was mistaken. This amp has an almost Vox like chime.It sounds great with my single coil Telecaster and Strat Fenders and with my humbucking ES335, Les Paul, and my P90 equipped SG.This amp can get loud for 30 watts! It has ffantastic spring reverb and CCR Midnight Special watery tremolo not to mention the cool tweed tolex. I have 2 friends who are gigging musicians who sold their Marshalls and went and bought these to replace them with. You can go from Fender clean to Vox chime and to Marshall gain with just the tweak of a couple knobs. If mine was ever lost or stolen, I would be on the internet ordering another one from Sweetwater the next day. Buy this amp and you will feel the same way.This is all the amplifier you need unless you play stadiums, then you could simply mike it. You can get any sound you could ever want out of it and 30 watts of tube power is plenty of volume for all but the largest of venues.
Music background: Former gigging musician, now simply a hobbyist
See also: Combo Amps, Peavey, Peavey Guitar Combo Amps