Budda Superdrive Series II 18 Head  

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A low wattage powerhouse!

The Superdrive Series II 18 head is designed for the clubs and project studio. This lightweight two-channel EL-84 driven amp offers sparkling rhythm complexity with super sensitive hi gain articulation. The jewel in this amp is apparent when the power section heats up and the dual 84's are being pushed to the point of no return. There something to be said about getting the power tubes to act like a preamp cranked where the sag of the circuit is creamy and the hang time on the note is forever at your fingertip. The Superdrive 18 is voiced for modern vintage styles of music.

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Superdrive Series II 18 Head Specifications:

  • 30" x 14.5" x 14.5"
  • 41 lbs
  • 18 watts
  • 2 EL84's and a 5U4 rectifier tube
  • Treble, mid, and bass controls
  • Rhythm volume, master volume
  • Pull bright on rhythm volume
  • Drive control
  • 2 channels, rhythm and hi gain
  • Effects loop
  • Slave out
  • Pull/modern mid function
  • 12AX7 high grade preamp tubes
  • Custom wound transformer with 4-8 ohm switch
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The greatest ampliffication device ever made


from River edge, Nj

Comments about Budda Superdrive Series II 18 Head:

today i got the SD 18 im not gonna even scratch the surface but basically the rythm channel goes from like a JTM45 to a plexi on steriods. but stomp over to channel 2, think JMP JCM 800 with more guts. oh yeah and 18 watts, yeah right! this thing sounds like 50 watts AT LEAST. plug it into a 212 its emmese but a 412... forget it, it just sounds so massive, loves a good les paul but strats sound great too

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