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The 5150 series was preceded by the VTM-60/VTM-120 amps, among the first "non-hotrodded" amps.
They were saying the 6505 / 5150 is a fixed-bias amp and the tubes are a matched quad that were tested and matched specifically the sound good with the plate voltages of the 6505.
The preamp tubes are new too, they selected a mix of Tung Sol, Shanghai, and Sovtek for excellent tone and stability and they said the clean headroom seems to have improved and the tone is sweeter at high volume. I'm getting ready to get one, just don't know if I should get the 5150 II or the 6505, our band plays modern metal and we do have some clean parts to our songs but I'd also be using the Peavey for other styles as well. I'd be using it with my Marshall 1960A with x pattern of celestion g12t75's and wgs retro 30's.
To date a Peavey amplifier, you can consult a number of books or online resources or you can contact the Peavey company directly.
Hartley Peavey founded Peavey Electronics, one of the world's largest manufacturers and suppliers of musical and professional audio equipment, in 1965, having built his first amplifier in 1957.