Bugera BC15
Bugera BC15

BC15, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Bugera in the Vintage series.

All user reviews for the Bugera BC15

  • Like
  • Tweet
  • Submit
Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 3 reviews )
 1 user review33 %
 1 user review33 %
Value For Money : Excellent
Not satisfied with those reviews?
View price information

Room135's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Amp to do everything perfect to play club!"

Bugera BC15
Look retro, Tweed style.

Pre-amp with 12AX7, amp power transistor.

2 switchable channels switch by hand.

Powerful speaker 30W, 8 inches

15 Watt power (it is closer to a 15W bulb that is equivalent to a 30 W transistor, very surprising, btw is the HP 30W!)

Volume, bass, treble, a clean-overdrive switch, a switch for digging medium.

CD/MP3 input


No need for manual, basic use.

I found her very easily exploitable.


You plug one half-cash George Benson style and you'll find a basic jazz sound!

The light here is not really gadget, it brings warmth to the sound.

It will boost a Vox ToneLab very well, or a line 6 pod or multi-purpose!

I do not use the overdrive channel for the passage of clean / overdrive manual.

I play on a CBS Fender Strat Custom Shop 1976 Gibson ES 135, 1978 Telecaster custom, it responds well to each of these guitars.

on the other hand it responds very well to all the good pedals and it's downright amazing
If you have a well stocked pedalboard is great because you get saturation to match your pedals, not slamming an amp but a good clean boost without charge with proper EQ. Do not forget a reverb pedal (the Hall of Fame style electro TC) and will be perfect.
The receiver must be within 5.5 pounds, ideal for playing in a club and do not break your back, even with a battery, you will not be ridiculous volume to 10 o'clock, there is the reserve.


I bought it new for 90 euros!
No effect he seduced me by trying it with 1/2 jazz box Ibanez y'avait grain jazz!

Ideal for the small stage and the Jazz-Blues-Rock but I think we can do anything with my pedalboard I have my sound, I had nothing but compliments!

dud74's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Nice amp"

Bugera BC15
15 watt amp to practice quietly at home. 15W has parat small but we feel that a growing derrire.
It is equipped with a baffle 8 "BUGERA brand 4 ohms.
The amp is transistor, but is prampli lamp, a 12AX7.
It has two channels, one clean and one overdrive switch and a "shift" that is used to sculpt the mdiums (roughly the increase for a typical sound vintage or modern).
It was also one between CD and a headphone output.
What is unfortunate is the lack of footswitch to change channels, but hey you do not use it live either.


The configuration is very simple. Gain, one bass, one treble and master.
I do not remember if there was a manual, but hey what is sr is that I have not read.
This gives a sound to beginners and even then you still get a little until you have what we want.
What is unfortunate is the lack of reverb.


This is an amp that suits all is what I play: Blues rock ...
I added a tube overdrive pedals (behringer) and the rock is terrible ...
I play with a Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus, it's a good combination trs.

For it is clean, it's clear, halfway between the typ typ US and UK. It's not slamming (but hey I have humbuckers so eh ...)

For the overdrive is good rev up half of the gain knob. APRS there are not too fast and becomes rough.
But it's an amp to do everything in the register Blues and rock. In Jazz I do not know, I do not and I'm trsdbutant (No musician beginners, but beginners guitar ...)


This is what one might call an amp good value quality price. 80 For you have a small amp that allows study of s'clater dj and have sounds correct.
It is not bulky, it has a vintage look trs and seems tough all the same.
To use that I made that choice I would do without hsiter. I'm not a guitarist but I wanted to put me a bit and is the type of sound that suits me. Like one of those four I will try to make a sound recording with the amp ...
Even when the lamp brings a little warmth to the sound and it's really stunning. For a camera of this price it's still pretty even. To see the time now ...
Ngatifs points for me are the lack of slecteur channel at the foot, the sound through the headphone jack just horrible.

djtaintain's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" study"

Bugera BC15
Tube preamp: 1x12AX7
Transistor amplifier: 15W
2 channels
HP 20cm
Open set

1 jack guitar
1 jack line level

1 jack headphone or line level (can connect to PA system)

A gain for the overdrive channel
1 switch to switch the two channels
A common grave
A common acute
1 switch to boost the mids
1 master
No effect or effects loop


Very simple configuration
Manuel minimalist but adequate, visible at http://www.bugera-amps.com/PDF/Downloads/BC15_P0999_OI_EN_ES_FR.pdf

The heat generated by the 12AX7 is present.
By grinding bass and treble, I found my sound.
The bass and treble settings is a behavior I do not usually have on my Bugera V22.
This means that by lowering the bass I have the impression that it increases the treble with the treble and vice versa ...


It suits me well for the fact that I use (study):
1 + 1 clear sound crunch sound (see if we push the saturated gain)

I use an Epiphone Les Paul with more


I've had it three weeks and I'm happy to use that I made, the price / quality ratio is very correct. Good amp