Bugera gives you decade-spanning tonal options with their handbuilt 1960 Infinium all-tube guitar amplifier head. Two preamp channels with four input jacks give you gain options that put flexibility into your tone. Just cable the inputs up to operate as separate, parallel, or cascading and get tones that take you from protest to prog, punk, and pop of all eras. The 1960 Infinium has all the necessities you'll need from an all-tube guitar amplifier, but Infinium technology sets this amp apart by making the expense and hassle of playing and maintaining a tube amp obsolete.
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So, I actually bought this to use as a bass head. It's based (see what I did there?!) on the Marshall Super Lead Guitar amp and other than some cap differences and such its basically a Marshall Super Bass. I'm not after an all out Lemmy distorted tone but plugging into channel 2 gives me clean volume. I have experimented with the other channels and there is a myriad of tones and drive in there. I would say when I've used Channel 1 gain its introduced hiss and a bit of noise but I'm unsure whether this is because it is the high gain channel or an actual fault with the amp. I'm happy with channel 2. Its taken effects well although I've not used the loop. I'm using this with a single 115 cab and it's got plenty of balls! I've also run a DI off the effect Send which has been fine at giving me some tube vibe going direct, so that's bigger gigs covered.
The tolex is okay but not absolutely flwaless but I wasn't expecting it to be at this price point. It appears to have captured the vintage vibe whilst employing modern features. I would recommend this amp, especially to bassists!
I bought this amp with my own money and have not been given the product nor encouraged or incentivised by anyone to make this review - this is my honest opinion (as of today) - just thought I'd get that out of the way before I start ...
I did a lot of reading about this amp before I took the plunge. It seems some of the early models (and maybe some of the later ones had a few reliability problems). There's mixed feelings around the patch but the balance of reviews are favourable.
It arrived last week and I can honestly say it was well worth the price for an all tube amp modelled on the Plexi - solidly built and bigger than I was expecting even though I already knew the dimensions, it looked bigger ...
It took a bit of getting used to the inputs and settings etc., but last night, at band practice, I had it cranked up to 6 using the master volume (Post phase inverter) which is strangely placed on the back of the unit (when engaged (you can toggle on and off for the master volume), it cuts the volume considerably but you're going to need that unless you're playing a festival or somewhere like that in which case you can bypass it using the switch on the back of the amp).
Presence, Treble and Bass at 12 o'clock and channel volumes at about 12 and 1 o'clock respectively.
I was playing a Gibson LP Studio and Fender Telecaster at the practice so this review is based on that set up.
The sound quality was excellent, the tubes were breaking up nicely at those channel volumes, and had a great crunch.
When it came to the lead breaks (Newbie tip: turn yer guitar volume up slightly for that to get some extra gain - you don't always play at 10 on the axe do ya), the sound was sweet and sustained and to me, a very authentic sound for the stuff we were playing (Free, Cream. Deep Purple, Hendrix, ZZ Top etc).
There's 4 inputs either High gain which uses both channels at the same time and you can adjust them individually for volume or a normal input that does the same.
Inputs 3 and 4 are the Cascaded mod which send channel 1 into channel 2 - agin high gain and normal (no need for jumpering the inputs, the amp does that internally.
This is a classic rock amp. I can't comment about longevity or reliability as I've only had it for a week but can say that clean tones are clean and gained tones are superb.
For the money, I'm well impressed as other famous name tube amps are well out of my price range (we're just a gigging pub band). It weighs a lot mind, and is fiercely loud with lots of headroom.
I'm playing this through 2 x 12 speakers. I reckon a 4 x 12 half stack would take it into a different world again. The amp has two outputs but you can just use one of them - it'll drive two cabinets though if you need that (full stack even).
Make sure you have speakers plugged in before switching it on (like all amps), and most importantly that you have set the amp output impedance to match the speakers (there's a selector on the back of the amp for that).
I placed a Vox 845 wah pedal in the input chain for playing 'Hey Joe' - Jaw dropping when the wah was engaged.
This was just guitar > Wah > front of the amp although there is a bypassable FX loop but I haven't tried that yet.
I got the amp to avoid having a pedal board and wanted the amp to create the tones as opposed to modelling FX that I'd used previously, althoug you can still use pedals if you want.
Like I say, I don't know what the lifetime reliability of this 'beast' is but there's a 3 year warranty and a point of contact in the UK that is pretty quick in responding and helpful (I messed up my product registration and they sorted it out no probs).
If you're looking for a no nonsense amp (no reverb or fancy add ons), with plenty of guts and tone then this is worth the money.
I had an open mind when I purchased this amp. For an all valve head it's remarkably cheap but I'm really impressed. I used to have an early 100w Marshall head and whilst I'm not trying a comparison, it shares the simplicity - volume, bass, middle, treble and presence. None of the effects, overdrive channels etc. I took it out of the box, plugged it up and I had a huge smile. I set all the controls to 12 o clock (not the volume or you get pinned to the wall!) It requires so little playing with to get great sounds - I really am impressed. I play heavy rock and this thing is so loud I've had to pad the loop! I've had many amps over the past 30 years but this is the best amp for me by far.
Great amp based on an old plexi circuitry. It is 120w head and has no master volume, it is incredibly loud. I'm using an attenuator in order to make it possible to play it at home. Great vintage tube sound.