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Budda Amplification introduced the new Budda MN-100 and MN-412, a three-channel tube guitar amplifier head and 4x12 enclosure, featuring a custom Italian leather exterior by renowned footwear designer Mark Nason.

The Budda MN-100 is an amplifier featuring three independent channels, a 100-watt power section driven by four 6L6GC tubes, and a preamp consisting of seven two-stage 12AX7 tubes. The MN-100 also features dual 5U4 rectifier tubes and a solid-state rectifier, with variable rectification control that allows players to open uncharted tone territory by selecting full tube rectification, diode rectification or anywhere between the two.

The Budda MN-100 and MN-412 will be available in Q2 2010 from authorized Budda Amplification retailers.


MN-100 Head

  • 100 watts into 16, 8 or 4 ohms with half-power switch
  • channels, clean, rhythm and lead
  • 4×6L6GC 100w power section, 7×12AX7 preamp section and 2 rectifier tubes
  • Power amp can use 6L6Gc or EL34 tubes (plus KT66, KT88 5881 and 6CA7 with re-biasing)
  • Rectifier can use 5U4, 5A4 or GZ34 tubes
  • PowerPan rectifier selector knob
  • Custom Italian leather covering by Mark Nason
  • Separate three-band passive EQ on each channel
  • Separate resonance & presence controls on each channel
  • Master Volume and Master Boost
  • Overboost stompbox-style lead boost on each channel
  • Separate spring reverb control on each channel
  • High and low level ¼" inputsSlave output
  • Power amp input
  • Separate true bypass effects loops on each channel with send and return level adjustments
  • Channel 2's loop can be used as global loop
  • MIDI control over channel switching with MIDI input and thru jacks
  • Made in the U.S.A.
U.S. MSRP $3499.99


MN-412 Enclosure

  • Custom Italian leather covering by Mark Nason
  • Four custom-designed 12" Budda Phat loudspeakers
  • Solid pine with finger-jointed corners
  • Closed back
  • Made in the U.S.A.

U.S. MSRP $1599.99

 

2010 NAMM exhibit #5282, Hall B

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