Peavey Delta Blues 210 II 30-watt 2x10" Tube Combo - Tweed

30-watt 2-channel All-tube 2x10" Guitar Combo Amplifier with Spring Reverb, Tremolo, and Effects Loop
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Peavey Delta Blues 210 II 30-watt 2x10
Peavey Delta Blues 210 II 30-watt 2x10
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Peavey Delta Blues 210 II 30-watt 2x10" Tube Combo - Tweed
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All-tube 2 x 10" Combo Amp with Reverb and Tremolo!

The Peavey Delta Blues 210 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. Dial in the deep spring reverb and smooth tremolo, and you'll wonder where the Delta Blues 210 has been all your life. There's a ton of value packed into the Peavey Delta Blues 210 tube combo amplifier.

Peavey Delta Blues 210 Tube Combo Guitar Amplifier at a Glance:
  • Gigging musicians love this amplifier
  • Real spring reverb for classic guitar tones
Gigging musicians love this amplifier

The 30-watt, 2 x 10" Peavey Delta Blues 210 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 210 nails it.

Real spring reverb for classic guitar tones

On the Delta Blues 210 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.

Peavey Delta Blues 210 Tube Combo Guitar Amplifier Features:
  • 2-channel tube combo amplifier with 2 x 10" speakers
  • 30 watts - an ideal power rating for small- to medium-sized gigs
  • Footswitchable channels and tremolo (footswitches sold separately)
  • 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 210!

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Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 2
Total Power 30W
Speaker Size 2 x 10"
Reverb Yes
EQ 3-band
Preamp Tubes 3 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 4 x EL84
Inputs 1 x TS
Outputs 1 x TS
Footswitch I/O Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Weight 45 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 03386550

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Best Series of Amp for Blues

I would recommend any of the Delta Blues or Classic Series amp of any age to anyone!They are built like tanks and all have a glassy full sound that punches through a mix and if you are a metal head you could get there with a good pedalboard and this amp, I just love these things! At least there are still good people in this world that make a product that is proud to bear the MADE IN U.S.A. stamp.
Music background: playing for fun and for people for 20yrs

Beautiful Amp

I have an older model of this amp, but Peavey has not changed it in years save for adding a tube guard. For an amp that has been around for 20 years it's rock solid. This is one you are likely going to buy which will be the same in the next 20 years. Since it was introduced in the 1990s this has kind of become a modern classic.It stands up to the best, and the fact Peavey has kept it in production (in the USA) shows how right they got this from the start. I hope they never drop it out of production, it is easily the best product they ever made. An American A-Class Amp falling somewhere between a fender reverb amp and a Vox AC-30 (which it is similar to in architecture). The reverb is not as deep as a fender (but it seems to fall right on perfect), and the tremolo I don't find very useful (it is not a fatal flaw, most people use pedals). The tone though is incredible though, and that is what tube amps are for, and it is well worth the price of admission. It should be noted, while it's called the "delta blues" in reality it is pretty much good for most types of music with a good clean and dirty sound. It can sing for indie, just as much as the blues. The 115 is really the more bluesy of the two, the 210 seems to be a bit more versatile of these. I think the 210 is a great for jazz, jangly pop (The 210 is a good AC-30 alternative, especially since it is so much lighter than an AC-30), slow-core, well...anything with a good clean tone. It is a bit more on the brighter side compared to the 115, but I kind of prefer that. The weight...the beauty of a tube amp under 50lbs with the 210. Other manufacturers should really take note of this. The amp is by no means backbreaking for me to carry. I can actually lift it! Tube amps don't need way to heavy. As much as many shy away from Peavey, do not shy away from this amp. It stands right there alongside the greats, at a price which is a value. American made brilliance.
Music background: Sound Engineer(fmr), Hobbyist

favorite amp

I've had a few amps over the years and this is my favorite. Only down side is a shared eq for both channel but you can easily work around that. This is effective weapon for all types of guitarists,not just Blues. You can get close to fender cleans,slightly Less headroom but my ears can't handle the fender Ear spliting highs anyways. Still great sounding clean channel and the best dirt Channel I've used (with a Tung sol 12ax7 for dirt Channel it's the perfect gain sound for me) and I ended up with a mullard 12ax7 for the clean channel and it sounds amazing. And breaks up so sweetly around 4 or 5 Vol.) if you get this amp it will sound great right off the bat but with some tube changes you have A reall unique sleeper of an amp,that no one expects. This amp can even do mean sounding metal tones. But for blues you can't beat it,not to my ears anyways. The 2x10 is the way to go IMO because it will cut through better than an 15" and lastly not only is this amp the best sounding And most versatile U.S.A MADE blues amp for the money but It's LIGHT!!!!!!!! My back likes this amp as much I do. My back hated my fender. I highly recommend trying different pre amp tube combos,this amp is very responsive to tube changes,I was shocked at the different tones From different brands of pre amps. Try Tung sol in the dirt and mullard in the clean and you'll have a new girlfriend in no time.

They're great amps!

I've been using one of these for about 3 years - it sounds every bit as good as a Twin Reverb, weighs a little less, and keeps your bank account a little heavier. Made in USA, all tube, loud as all get-out, but clean and sparkly. Plenty of headroom - overdrive is a little mushy, so probably not your go-to amp for metal, but if you keep the gain below 3/4 full, you get a nice crunch. Gotta go with the other review on the tremolo - they didn't quite get that right, but I use a trem pedal anyway, so no big deal for me. I like the reverb on it; maybe more subtle than Fender, but unless you're into sufr music you probably won't notice...
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