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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Deadpool_25, Sep 10, 2020.
The only thing strong about it is its unibrow game.
But to each thier own.
Oof, forgot about that Budda and Madison.
The Madison I kinda understand. Beginning company, doesn't have a lot of money for elaborate design.
The Budda though.....they actually made that shit their top tier amp. It's the most expensive amp they make. They looked at that Goonies pirate ship treasure chest looking shit and said "Yep...that's the ticket right there"
Iron Cross on something called a Budda?
Yeah. I'm just not a "tube down" fan either.
Peavey was always utilitarian ugly. Except for the later Ultra variants, it seems.
I dig the Jumanji Budda because effort.
that's not an iron cross
Interesting how a thread about "beautiful amp heads" became "the ugliest"...
"tube down" for what?
Dear gawd thats fugly
That's maybe the ugliest picture of a CSR I've ever seen
You'll understand when you're older.
The Tone King Galaxy head isn't all that special, but I can't lie...i freakin' love it paired with the speaker cab.
I'd probably snap those feet off first or second load out lol
Yeah, it's definitely a "amp/cab that the S.O. will let me keep set up in the living room", and not a road-focused design.
Peavey super festival line takes the cake for me.
And the specs make it even better: tube preamp with a stereo 2x200 watt power amp. That's 8 KT88's and 4 transformers. Each power amp is stable at 2 ohm which means it's able to safely and efficiently power four 4 ohm cabs.
Those things are so fucking ugly that I wouldn't even recognize them as amp heads without someone telling me, causing me to actually take a closer look.
It just looks like shitty PA equipment from 1634