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_________________Epiphone Les Paul Custom Korean SD JB/Jazz Lay's Guitars Custom Made EBMM Copy Dimarzio SD's Charvel Model-5fx 95 Mesa Tremoverb converted to head customized by my brother-in-law Marshall 1960A 4x12 (2 Celestion G12T-75's and 2 WGS Retro 30's X pattern) Pedaltrain board: Maxon OD808 Overdrive MXR M234 Analog Chorus Mod Tone MT-CB Clean Boostowned both extensively, gigged both extensively.at one time i owned both at the same time for little over a far as playability the 5150 II is tighter than the 6505.I seen on EBay there's someone selling a FJA MODIFIED MARSHALL JCM2000 DSL 50 WATT head but he doesn't say what mods were done to it and the starting bid is 9?How are those for modern metal in Drop B and are they pretty versatile with good cleans and do they cut thru well with another guitar player, in the mix, etc?Ill break this down into a synopsis of each:6505:- Tones change drastically between re-tubes, as the original owner saw - you really have to be picky about what and where, which tubes go and also why they go there.The 6505 bases its lead tone, crunch tone, and clean tone - all around the same design, so naturally a retube can change your tone from great to soso, or soso to great.- i once saw a 5150 and a marshall cabinet fall over being transported together onto solid concrete.If you're one of those players that has no clue how to use the volume knob and pickup arrangement to get the most out of your tone, then the 6505 series is not a good amplifier to recommend in this department.They can do clean, but not without playing with preamp tube layout, volume knob resistance value, pickups being used, etc.
Forgot to mention it in the original post but I'm concerned about reliability, seeing as the 5150 II is older than the 6505 is there any pros or cons versus the 2, I thought I seen somewhere online something about screen grid resistors, etc?
guy pickup up the dented chassis, connected it anyway - and it fired right up no problem.
Build quality on the earlier models is much better than what it is now that Hartley Peavey sold the company - he did so a good while back when his wife died.- as far as cleans are concerned with the 6505, you either know how to work the volume knob on your guitar to get it clean, or you dont.
They did used to be orange in color, but they weren't orange drops. From what I see every part supplier is the same except for the output transformer, but it's still the same specs.
I've talked to James Brown about earlier block logo amps being different and it's all bullshit.
Hi I got some questions about the Peavey 5150 II and 6505 Head.