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Budda Amplification announces the re-issue of the Budda Twinmaster

 

The Budda Twinmaster is a dynamic amplifier set in an 18-watt combo format. Handwired in the USA, the Twinmaster features a hybrid layout that combines a turret board handwired 12AX7 preamp and a point-to-point handwired EL84 power amp with a 5U4 rectifier.



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The Twinmaster has a single Volume control, Treble and Bass controls, and two separate inputs—Normal and Hi Gain—that feed separate tube stages for a multitude of gain characteristics. The Normal input offers a palette of tone.

 

Amenities like a Slave Output and Effects Loop is designed to add modern convenience to the Twinmaster's classic vibe. The Slave Output is connected in parallel to the speakers and sends a padded, non-powered signal that can be used as a direct output for live or studio recording. A separate, powered Speaker Output can be connected to a specially tuned Budda extension cabinet, or another loudspeaker enclosure with the proper impedance rating.

 

The Twinmaster chassis is loaded into a finger jointed pine enclosure, equipped with a single 12" Budda Phat loudspeaker, and finished with a black Budda covering, matching metal corner caps and white piping.

 

Features & Specifications

  • Point-to-point power section
  • Turret board preamp section
  • Two EL84 power tubes
  • Two 12AX7 preamp tubes
  • 5U4 rectifier tube
  • Class AB power section
  • Cascading preamp design
  • Custom wound transformer
  • Normal and Hi Gain inputs
  • Treble, Bass, and Volume controls
  • Effects loop
  • Slave output
  • Budda Phat 12" loudspeaker
  • Finger jointed solid pine cabinet
  • External speaker jack with impedance switch
  • Made in the USA

 

Pricing & Availability:

USA MSRP $2499.99. The Budda Twinmaster is available now from authorized Budda Amplification retailers.

 

For more information: Budda

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