Muddy Buddy Head & Cab
Single ended class A 1 Watt RMS|
Point - point terminals
Volume (Gain Boost), Tone Controls
10" Jensen style Alnico Hemp cone speaker
8 or 16 ohm speaker output
LAS Line out and Headphoes outputs
Super quiet power supply and
custom handwound Mercury Magnetics transformers
Tube life: 30.000+ hours!
Sprague TVA Filters
Carbon Composition resistors
Finger-joint pine cabinets
Handmade in USA
Head: 10-5/8 x 6-7/8 x 6-1/4 - 8.7 lbs
Speaker Cabinet: 17 x 13 x 8 - 11 lbs
Guitar, Acoustic, Steel, Bass,
Microphone, Harp, Keyboard ...
Head and 1x10
Had a chance to play around with the amp and absolutely love it. The cleans are crystal clear and there are just so many different overdrive tones to play with.
Combined with the reverb, it's a pleasantly overwhelming amp. Haven't even plugged pedals into it yet because I've just been exploring the variations on the thing.
Happy New Year, and thanks for this amazing piece!
Iíve been playing the amp some more and itís perfect. I recommend it to anyone wanting a small fender style amp but high quality 1 watt sound.
- Steven Galati
I received the amp yesterday evening. It is literally a piece of art.
The quality is outstanding and it makes it an incredible bargain.
You could easily charge twice for this amp given the build and sound quality.
I love the sound, this is exactly what I was looking for as a practice amp. It has amazing sustain at low volume.
It is also very quiet for a tube amp. I have not had time to explore all the possibilities but I am quite thrilled.
Got the amp yesterday, and it is fantastic! Excellent quality, and the sounds are from super clean, to just the right touch of crunch.
I played around last night with one of my new Stratocasters which has the S-2 switching and was able to get some fantastic sounds out of the amp.
Very bluesy and lots of bottom without being distorted, it was great.
Thanks again Chris, fantastic job.
After some months I can tell you one thing: the Muddy Buddy is the best amp that I ever had. It has great tones and sounds amazing even at whisper volume levels.
It also takes pedals really well: it is the perfect amp for practicing and recording.
I absolutely love the tones and versatility of this little guy. It really packs quite a punch for such a small size. The clean tones are so rich I just melt into its sound.
And since I usually add a little gain to my clean tones, this amp gives the perfect amount of crunch with more than enough to really crank it whenever I want.
Not to mention the beautiful craftsmanship you put into it. This is really a fine piece of art. I love the look of the Bloodwood and the Birds Eye Maple with the Radio Wave Grill!
And I'm happy I went with the Tuki Cover, very nice accessory for protection.
Thank you for this one of a kind amp. I really appreciate this and plan to use it for years and years to come.
I hope you are doing very well! I just wanted to fill you in on what I've been up to and how well this extraordinary amp has helped me out.
When I first got it from you in the summer of 2014, I was totally stoked to take it to Boston with me for a Berklee Summer Program. There I mainly used it as a practice amp in the practice rooms, but it started quite a buzz among the other guitarists in the program. It quickly proved to be a versatile and irreplaceable amenity to my everyday music life. There I also got the opportunity to do a bit of recording with it and took advantage of the Line Out!
Since then I took it to college with me in New York. There I continued to play it daily and I became quite accustomed to the rich warm tones it creates in tandem with my Hofner New President archtop. There in New York I also created a few more recordings where I use the Muddy Buddy with the Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail (Reverb) and the Vemuram Jan Ray (distortion) pedals. This kept my set up quaint but powerfully pleasant which would never have been possible if it weren't for my Muddy Buddy.
I've included a link to a video for you to see how well it's served me! https://youtu.be/rg98QBkMIp4 - https://youtu.be/Tck1jp3awn4
I've also used it in several gig formats, connecting it to a PA System through the Line Out. Everyone who's heard it is very impressed by it's sound and beauty. I continue to get raving remarks about how awesome this amp is from everyone I meet. And I always say it's made by the one and only Chris Siegmund!!
All the best and Happy New Year,
I wanted to drop a quick line about the Muddy Buddy, you probably already know but I just discovered. I did some home recording with it today and was adjusting the master on the back. I found it behaves like an amp that is much bigger in terms of output (watts?) I was expecting it to mush out a bit when I attenuated it down but it held up, just at a lower volume. I am not sure how you accomplished that but it worked. Impressive. I have one other one watt amp and it does not hold up like this one.
I used it with a couple of pedals, a booster and a Tone Bender MK II, it worked out pretty well. I was surprised by the results coming through the 8" speaker. I was able to get good clean up by adjusting the volume on my guitar, which I know had more to do with the pedal but the amp handled it well too.
The guitar is the Suspense
I upgraded a large diaphragm condenser tube mic with a Micro Tube, Neumann U47 replacement capsule and Jensen transformer plugged into the Simplex Mic Pre