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    Default Creamback 65 and Classic 30


    Yeah. WOW! Got a USA Peavey Classic 30 recently as a backup amp for my HRDIII Red October. Although the Blue Marvel in it is not a bad speaker, it has a little high-mid spike that I don't care for.

    In the past, I threw a Celestion Vintage 30 in a previous one that I owned, and it sounded pretty good. This time, I wanted to try something different. I researched a little bit and was pretty impressed with some of the YT videos for the Celestion Creamback speakers.

    Long story short, I decided on the G12M65 Creamback, and I'm glad I did. It really balanced out the tone extremely well, and has great clarity. It doesn't get muddy or flubby and isn't harsh. It makes it sound more Marshally when playing high gain.

    I'd have to say it's the perfect match for this amplifier.
    Last edited by nobozos; 02.10.16 at 07:45 AM.
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