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Bugera 6260
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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Bugera belonging to the Modern series.

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  • the sagethe sage

    Bugera 6260Published on 03/30/08 at 05:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp 120 watts lamps 4x6L6, 5x12AX7
    2 channels clean (or crunch) + lead
    1 EQ common to both channels
    2 instrument inputs (low gain, high gain)
    An effects loop
    1 reverb

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to use, we get a good distortion either in clear or clear sound without too chercher.Le crunch that easily exceeds 3 in gain. (With my active pickups)
    I use this head with a zoom g7 1ut jackson kelly and climbs 60.Je EMG 81 and branch left and right outputs to the inputs of the zoom tools (which uses two inputs are simultaneously low gain) .
    Clean sounds great and very distos exploitables.Toutefois, considering the price I think the lamps preamp backgrounds deserve to be replace…
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    Amp 120 watts lamps 4x6L6, 5x12AX7
    2 channels clean (or crunch) + lead
    1 EQ common to both channels
    2 instrument inputs (low gain, high gain)
    An effects loop
    1 reverb

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to use, we get a good distortion either in clear or clear sound without too chercher.Le crunch that easily exceeds 3 in gain. (With my active pickups)
    I use this head with a zoom g7 1ut jackson kelly and climbs 60.Je EMG 81 and branch left and right outputs to the inputs of the zoom tools (which uses two inputs are simultaneously low gain) .
    Clean sounds great and very distos exploitables.Toutefois, considering the price I think the lamps preamp backgrounds deserve to be replaced by meilleures.Ceci said the sound is original nickel and we pay for .
    In addition she really the head of the mouth.

    SOUNDS

    I play mostly metal, but a little of everything aussi.Je do not have much knowledge amp lamps, but the head branch with two Celestion G12 100 polyvalente.Les is very clean sounds are really very good, the crunch is very dynamic and distortion of the lead channel with gain background sends sounds very trashy reverb metal.La on the other hand is not terrible to be pushed peu.Je repost a notice in a few months after well I went around all the possibilities of the monster.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it without much conviction, especially curiosit.Je'm not at all well deu a contraire.Elle can be a bit of potato (120w lamp is huge).
    Even with a guitar sound mean, because I also have a Jackson JS20 with microphones pietre qualitle etonnant.Elle result is a function may be less than 6262, but the instrumentals of 2 between this one are not bad when you have a multi outlet right gauche.C is a very good amp head.
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