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Budda Amplification announces the release of its new 3-channel AS Preceptor Alex Skolnick signature (Testament) guitar amplifie

Features:

  • 120 Watts into 16, 8 or 4 ohms
  • 3 channels: clean, rhythm and lead
  • Five 12AX7 preamp tubes used in three completely independent channels
  • One 12AX7 tube used in tube-driven stomp box style OVER-BOOST circuit
  • One 12AX7 tube used as the phase splitter driving the power amp
  • Four EL-34 power amp tubes and convertible to use four 6L6GC tubes (plus KT66, KT88, 5881 and 6CA7 with re-biasing)
  • LED indication of correct output tube biasing
  • Two 5U4 rectifier tubes convertible to use 5AR4/GZ34 tubes
  • PowerPan control allows panning between solid state and tube rectification
  • Full / Half Power switch
  • Independent preamp EQ (Bass, Mid, Treble), Presence and Resonance controls per channel
  • MIDI controlled channel switching
  • Three effects loops with independent Send and Mix controls and Channel or Global options
  • Spring reverb with separate Reverb level control per channel
  • Footswitchable Master Boost with user defined boost level
  • Slave Out and Preamp Out/Power Amp In link jacks
  • Custom designed output transformer
  • Overboost stompbox style lead boost on each channel
  • Slave output/Power amp input
  • Cabinet impedance switch (4, 8 or 16 Ohms)
  • Power and Standby toggle switches
  • High and low level 1/4" inputs
  • 10-button multi-function foot controller (included)
  • Stores 9 custom presets, and provides MIDI control for automation

Pricing is to be announced. More information on www.budda.com.

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