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Sound Quality

I'm a Tele freak but I may temper that with a semi-solid thinline like a Washburn HB-35 or similar. That said, the amp very very good sounding. The overdrib=ve channel does not see much service with me as it is a bit harsher than I like although you can find sweet spots in there. I prefer to use my Vox V-810 Valve Tone for my overdrive sound. The amp is very controllable, much more so than my previous Hot Rod Deluxe (am I glad that's gone!). The sound is focused, sweet, and very bluesy. Think late night, wailing after hours, lonesome blues and you'll get the idea.

Reliability/Durability

No problems ever with any Peavey product I've owned. Hartley's stuff is built like a tank!

General Comments

I've been playing for 37 years (Ouch,has it been that long?). This is the best sounding amp I've ever owned in that time. I had a Delta Blues 115 and like a durn fool, I sold it. Never again. This 210 is the sound and Lord help anyone that TRIES to steal it. I've owned fender, Guild, Gibson, MusicMan, Roland, etc. amps but I would be hard pressed to find anything in this (or any other) price range to compete with this amp. (Is a boutique amp REALLY $2000 better). Do yourself a favor. If you are into simple relaible great sounding amps (with Tremolo!!!!!) GET ONE NOW!




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