08-23-2013 12:43 PM
08-23-2013 12:44 PM
08-23-2013 03:27 PM - edited 08-23-2013 03:28 PM
what's a good price? give it a shot, depending on what the deal is you might as well if you can end up selling it for more than you payed
and taking from the amps you have had, it might be very inspirational to own something not peavey
08-24-2013 02:20 AM
08-24-2013 05:52 AM
I kinda liked my DRRI. There's a pretty popular mod you could do that might fix the ice-picky issue. Google 'bright cap mod' if you're curious.
Anyway, I still prefered the AC30C2X I sold my DRRI for. More of an apple vs oranges thing, they were both great at different things.
In short: If the price for the AC15 is right, just get it and ask questions later
As long as it's in good condition, there's no reason you can't flip it in favor of something you like more. Pretty much my attitude towards all guitar gear, hasn't failed me yet
08-24-2013 06:52 AM
08-24-2013 02:22 PM - edited 08-24-2013 02:24 PM
£290.. with some mods aswell.
i've played through a AC30CC2 (i think.. the model numbers aren't the most intuitive), and the reverb was really deep and long, tremolo was cool and the cleans were nice and chimey. generally a lot brighter of an amp than the Peavey's without being ice-picky like the Fender DRRI etc which i really don't get along with.
There's the AC15 and AC30. CC = Custom Classic. C = Custom.
The C series replaced the CC series. The customs are generally agreed upon as being better than the custom classics.
1 = one speaker; 2 = two speakers.
An "x" at the end means the speakers are Alnico Blues instead of Greenbacks.
08-25-2013 10:26 AM
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