Budda

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Budda Amplification is an American guitar amplifier and effects pedal manufacturer founded by Jeff Bober and Scott Sier in 1995. The Budda is currently owned and manufactured by Peavey Electronics.

During The Resistance' recording, Matthew Bellamy used a Budda Superdrive 18 Series II head amp. This amplifier can be seen above the Orange Head in the photograph on the right.

The amp has been described as fat-sounding, while still keeping away the muddiness. It contains the jingle of the Vox and the verocity of a Marshall Plexi.

Specs:

  • 30-Watt 2-channel head
  • Dual Class Hot Bias Preamp
  • Three 12AX7 Preamp Tubes
  • One 5U4 Rectifier
  • Four EL84 Power Tubes
  • Class AB clean (rhytm) and high-gain channels
  • Master (high-gain) volume knob with Pull function for switching on or off.
  • Mid knob with Pull function for modern middle scooped sound
  • Rhytm volume knob with Pull function for treble boost.
  • Standard Bass, Treble and Drive knobs
  • Effects Loop
  • Weight: 14.7kg
  • W/H/D: 38.1cm/76.2cm/38.1cm




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