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Sugden MusicMaster

Discussion in 'Interesting eBay auctions' started by calorgas, Jun 10, 2021.

  1. Pault73

    Pault73 Active Member

    hmmm musing, as I'm sat here toasting marshmallows on my Sugden A21SE, theoretically I could use the A21se as a pre-amp, would putting this as power amp actually add anything to the system musically?
     
  2. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    Had one years ago, can't remember how good it was, knowing me back then it probably wasn't very well matched with other kit. Rare as rocking horse shit these days.
     
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  3. eastone

    eastone pfm Member

    Hmm I managed to snag one on here some years ago, but i didn’t really have suitable speakers at the time so it didn’t stay. Pretty sure I paid less than £500 but they don’t come around very often so it is a sellers market.

    I’m sure someone on here had theirs modified by Sugden - to increase standing current? - and make it usable with a wider range of speakers. Or am I losing my marbles?
     
  4. purplepleaser

    purplepleaser pfm Member

    @eastone think its MotherSky on the Wam, I'm going to ask about modifying mine to see what the benefits are
     
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  5. irb

    irb pfm Member

    I thought Sugden rated these at 13 watts?
     
  6. James46

    James46 The Crystal Method

    13 watts, an A21a is better and 25w.
     
  7. purplepleaser

    purplepleaser pfm Member

    @irb @James46

    Pretty sure it's 16watts, all the information on the Internet say the same....
     
  8. irb

    irb pfm Member

    You're right, I was sure it was 13 but I can't find anything online to back that up.
     
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  9. purplepleaser

    purplepleaser pfm Member

    If it's 16watts it's sounds mighty fine to me.
     

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