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Bugera 1960 Infinium
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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Bugera belonging to the Vintage series.

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  • christophe.costechristophe.coste

    report sound quality / price staggering

    Bugera 1960 InfiniumPublished on 12/03/12 at 02:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    4 EL34 ... 150Watts, it makes your ears bleed
    there is indeed a master volume but even one that sends very strong, very strong

    UTILIZATION

    Infinium technology is a big plus:
    no bias adjustment, need to be paired lamps can be mixed 6L6 and EL 34.

    SOUNDS

    This is a copy of JMP.
    For the price, might as well say at once I was amazed.
    On a blind test sound in my opinion it is very hard to say which is the original
    which is the copy.
    Consideration of the volume generated default super important, is that we now THE sound, huge dynamic. Head amp responds very well to volume knob of the guitar (which is not the case that the passage 333XL Infinium disappointed me goo…
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    4 EL34 ... 150Watts, it makes your ears bleed
    there is indeed a master volume but even one that sends very strong, very strong

    UTILIZATION

    Infinium technology is a big plus:
    no bias adjustment, need to be paired lamps can be mixed 6L6 and EL 34.

    SOUNDS

    This is a copy of JMP.
    For the price, might as well say at once I was amazed.
    On a blind test sound in my opinion it is very hard to say which is the original
    which is the copy.
    Consideration of the volume generated default super important, is that we now THE sound, huge dynamic. Head amp responds very well to volume knob of the guitar (which is not the case that the passage 333XL Infinium disappointed me good all typed but big sound, clean and crunch are arbitrary)

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is very typical head in 1960, but what it does, it does well extrement.
    I made a bullshit by selling to buy a 333XL, I now regret.
    And even if it will not last 20 years like the original, honestly when you pay less than € 400 with a 3 year warranty, I really do not see what we fear. And even if after 5 years it makes the soul we bought another and will always be far from the price of the Marshall.
    It was my first head Bugera and it's really endearing
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