The Bud Singer Songwriter Amplifier 2016-11-18T20:31:32+00:00

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The Bud is simply the best amplifier for singer-songwriters; it sounds better, it’s louder, it’s smaller, it’s simple to operate and has every feature you could need as a gigging solo or small group artist. Unlike other portable amplifiers for singer-songwriters on the market, it sounds just as good with voice as it does with instruments, can be easily transported with one hand and will fill a large room without the need for a PA system.

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The Bud amp from Henriksen will change the way you gig; it will amplify your acoustic guitar while maintaining the guitar’s natural tone, as well as amplifying your vocals at TRULY-GIGABLE volumes through two completely separate channels with a single trip from the car. Now you can replace your acoustic guitar amp and your PA system with one 9x9x9 inch, 17lb box AND improve your acoustic guitar tone.

 

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Dave Tamkin and Brad Huffman performing live at The Factory Stage at Henriksen Amplifiers. Here they are performing Dave’s original tune, “Demons and You.” They are running acoustic guitar (with a monster fx board) and vocals through one Bud Amplifier and electric guitar (with a monster fx board) and vocals through another Bud Amplifier.

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Dave Tamkin explains how to use The Bud Amplifiers FX Loop. The FX loops send the signal from the amp post-EQ and return it pre-reveb.

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Castle Byers performing their original tune, “What Would You Do”, at The Factory Stage at Henriksen Amplifiers. Guitar and vocals were both run through a single Bud Amplifier for each musician.

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Dickie (www.dickiemusic.com) performing their original tune, “Happier Me”, at The Factory Stage at Henriksen Amplifiers. Guitar and vocals were both run through a single Bud Amplifier. Violin and vocals were run through a single Bud Amplifier. Bass Sax was run through a JazzAmp312.

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Live from The Factory Stage; Sean and Andrea McGowan performing “Sometimes It Snows in April” by Prince. Both vocals and guitar are straight through a single Bud Amplifier. No processing or effects. Recorded live with a Zoom H2.

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M. Smith (msmithmusic.com) stopped the The Factory Stage at Henriksen Amplifiers to perform a few tunes and promote a show he had a couple days after. Guitar and vocals were all run through a single Bud Amplifier.

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