Rocking just five watts of incredible tube tone, the Bugera G5 Infinium guitar head is the perfect amp for smaller gigs where you don't need a ton of power but can't afford to sacrifice tone. The classic push/pull Class A design generates balanced harmonics and tube compression, giving you the sound than made tube amps the go-to choice to begin with. Plus, the Bugera G5 Infinium Morph EQ gives you the best of American- and British-style EQs (or anything in between), further expanding your sonic capabilities. Add that to classic reverb and a built-in power attenuator to get true tube tone at any volume, and the Bugera G5 Infinium guitar head becomes an incredible value!
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I am so impressed with this Bugera G5 Infinium - all of the good things you have read are true, so no need to repeat them here other than to endorse what you have read. This is my third Bugera (1960 Infinium head + V22 Infinium head + G5 Infinium head). All are great sounding amplifiers; but, the 1960 is loud as all get out - even the V22 makes my ears ring. I purchased the G5 to practice at low volumes while running the output tube hot - and she sings! I am most impressed that all pick sensitivity and clear clean tone from my Dynasonic pickups sings through even in the low settings - this amp reproduces very musical all-tube cleans - if you have the hands, the clean channel will reproduce your style - all at a bedroom level volume (save your hearing) and a reasonable price. The overdrive channel is a little much for my taste; however, I pair the clean channel with a Joyo American Sound pedal and crank Neil Young grunge and Keith Richards grind all day any day. Hats off to Bugera for supporting real everyday players.
Dam if this thing just melts the paint off the walls I hooked this thing up to a couple of Green Back 12s and i had to turn it down! with only one power tube I was'nt expecting a whole lot well i was wrong (just this one time) this little amp kicks out the Jams
and it has a lot of stuff going on at this price point I would jump on this thing with both feet before they wake up and figure out they can charge a whole lot more for this little guy any way i have not had this thing for very long so will see how long it lives
I've had this for about a month and have used it heavily while having it daisy chained with two of the matching cabinets. Tones are great and it does accept my pedals without complaint either in front of or through the fx loop.
It has seen about 4 hrs use during the week and nearly 10hrs straight each Saturday. No complaints and no problems yet. Did buy a set of spare output tubes as these will not be found locally.
Will update in a bit and report any issues.
I?e had my Bugera G5 Infinium now for a couple of months and I have to say it is the best value for money I have ever come across. I have mine plugged into a 112 cab loaded with a Celestion G12T. I love the versatility that having 5W, 1W and 0.1W output gives you. At 5W it is a great studio amp and is also loud enough to use for rehearsals. The 1W setting is perfect for practice sessions by yourself, and the 0.1W setting is just the thing for practicing at night. Also, as others have stated, this amp has an unexpectedly high build quality for a budget amp and I must say it has strong looks as well. It does NOT look like a cheap amp!
The ability to plug in headphones or to go straight into a recording rig without having to mic the cab is very nice, too. Even though I actually prefer the sound of a mic?d cab, the speaker emulation output is quite good (this amp gives you the choice between a 1x12 or a 4x12 emulation).
The only real negative to me is the reverb, which is okay but not fantastic to my ears, but I think as long as you keep the reverb knob at 10:00 or lower, it is acceptable. And I will probably replace the stock ECC83 preamp tube with something that can produce higher gain like a Groove Tubes ECC83-Select or a Mesa Boogie 12AX7.
But even as it is out of the box, this bad boy is a great amp for everything from blues and jazz to hard rock and old school metal.
Do you want an amp with "tube" flavor?...one with good looks?...great ease of use and features? It's been a couple years now. Still turns on every day.