Wow, have I ever acquired a collection of power amps. My Mesa 20/20 does what I need, so the following are all up for sale:
--Peavey Classic 50/50. 50 watts per side (duh!), EL-84-powered, with separate standby switches and presence & resonance controls for each channel. The knob for the presence control on the A channel busted off when I accidentally bumped into it, but the pot still works fine and can be adjusted with little problem. Normal rack wear otherwise. Sounds great--full and surprising dark and thick for an EL-84 amp. Absolutely slays as a power amp for an Axe-FX. $250 + shipping
--TubeWorks MosValve MV-962. 80 watts per side solid state, but reacts like a tube amp when you turn it up. Overall in good shape, with rack wear and one rack ear slightly bent (but still easily rack-able). Makes a great companion for an Axe-FX or other modeler if you want to power a guitar cab and still want some additional power amp "oomph" but not the hassle of tubes. $150 + shipping
--Carvin DCM-600. SOLD, pending payment. 300 watts per side (& bridgeable) solid state. This is a "pure" power amp with no attempt made to recreate a driven tube sound. A great amp if you want to use the power amp settings in the Axe-FX to their maximum extent, since it won't add any additional coloring. A little bit of rack wear but works great. $150 + shipping
Note--the Mesa Quad in the picture is also for sale, but deserves its own listing.
Please don't make me go to eBay!
Guess that 20/20 was just what the doctor ordered!
good prices on these, too. Half considering the 50/50 as a backup