#1
Hi,

I was wondering what people think of the Bugera cabs?

I'm looking for a cab to go with my soon to be purchased Bugera 333 head.

No higher than £200 and ideally a 412.

Is there anything better in the price range?
Gear List

Guitars
PRS SE Tremonti
Ltd Mh-100qmnt
Peavey Rotor ex
Crafter Acoustic

Amps
Bugera 333
Bugera 412h

Effects
Marshall Shredmaster
Line 6 MM4
Line 6 DL4
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Dan Electro Fish'n'chips
Ibanez LU-10
#2
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Gear List

Guitars
PRS SE Tremonti
Ltd Mh-100qmnt
Peavey Rotor ex
Crafter Acoustic

Amps
Bugera 333
Bugera 412h

Effects
Marshall Shredmaster
Line 6 MM4
Line 6 DL4
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Dan Electro Fish'n'chips
Ibanez LU-10
#5
I'm in the UK so i can't get Avatar's sadly.

Any more ideas?
Gear List

Guitars
PRS SE Tremonti
Ltd Mh-100qmnt
Peavey Rotor ex
Crafter Acoustic

Amps
Bugera 333
Bugera 412h

Effects
Marshall Shredmaster
Line 6 MM4
Line 6 DL4
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Dan Electro Fish'n'chips
Ibanez LU-10
#6
Sorry for £200 you're not going to get a decent cab in the UK.

It's pretty much the Bugera or Epiphone ones.
#7
Are Bugera cabs alright?

I'll upgrade the cab some point in the future but don't have quite enough at the moment, just want something that will do the job.
Gear List

Guitars
PRS SE Tremonti
Ltd Mh-100qmnt
Peavey Rotor ex
Crafter Acoustic

Amps
Bugera 333
Bugera 412h

Effects
Marshall Shredmaster
Line 6 MM4
Line 6 DL4
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Dan Electro Fish'n'chips
Ibanez LU-10
#8
I heard that cab isn't THAT bad. I say go for it. Then save up for a better one. But it'll definitely do the job. I bought a crappier cab than yours, a Behringer Ultrastack 4x12...BUT MINE HAS CELESTION V30s!!! haha. Well anyways, is there a way for you to try the Bugera 4x12 out?
#10
Quote by 1if3 0wn3r
I heard that cab isn't THAT bad. I say go for it. Then save up for a better one. But it'll definitely do the job. I bought a crappier cab than yours, a Behringer Ultrastack 4x12...BUT MINE HAS CELESTION V30s!!! haha. Well anyways, is there a way for you to try the Bugera 4x12 out?


Yeah i'm gonna try it out on Sunday, just wanted to know what else was around really.

What speakers would you recomend replacing them with and how much would it cost?
Gear List

Guitars
PRS SE Tremonti
Ltd Mh-100qmnt
Peavey Rotor ex
Crafter Acoustic

Amps
Bugera 333
Bugera 412h

Effects
Marshall Shredmaster
Line 6 MM4
Line 6 DL4
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Dan Electro Fish'n'chips
Ibanez LU-10
#11
Quote by Gwynnell
Yeah i'm gonna try it out on Sunday, just wanted to know what else was around really.

What speakers would you recomend replacing them with and how much would it cost?


I suggest you go over to the "Bugera Militia" thread, they're probably very knowledgable in this area. Ask around over there!
#13
Quote by BeerChurch
V30's and the G12H are very popular Celestions. Mixing the two will give you a HUGE tone.

Maybe the Eminence guys will chime in?


I think it's something i will look into in the future.

The standard Bugera cab is an acceptable cab though?

And how improved will my tone be with the 333 from my current spider iii
Gear List

Guitars
PRS SE Tremonti
Ltd Mh-100qmnt
Peavey Rotor ex
Crafter Acoustic

Amps
Bugera 333
Bugera 412h

Effects
Marshall Shredmaster
Line 6 MM4
Line 6 DL4
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Dan Electro Fish'n'chips
Ibanez LU-10
#16
I quite like my Spider but i guess the only amp i've played is the Marshall MG, disgusting thing.

I've never really tested out an amp before, any advice for when i try it?

And, how would i transport the 333 around safely, ideally without buying a flightcase.
Gear List

Guitars
PRS SE Tremonti
Ltd Mh-100qmnt
Peavey Rotor ex
Crafter Acoustic

Amps
Bugera 333
Bugera 412h

Effects
Marshall Shredmaster
Line 6 MM4
Line 6 DL4
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Dan Electro Fish'n'chips
Ibanez LU-10
#18
Quote by Gwynnell

I've never really tested out an amp before, any advice for when i try it?

And, how would i transport the 333 around safely, ideally without buying a flightcase.


Take your time. Play with the dampening switch. Most amps I've seen with this feature sound best on the "Loose or Low" setting.

Heads are fairly rugged. I usually buckle mine in the seat next to me.
Last edited by BeerChurch at Jan 20, 2009,
#19
Quote by BeerChurch
Take your time. Play with the dampening switch. Most amps I've seen with this feature sound best on the "Loose or Low" setting.

Heads are fairly rugged. I usually buckle mine in the seat next to me.


Ok,

Can you explain how the dampening switch effects the sound?

I've never really undertood.
Gear List

Guitars
PRS SE Tremonti
Ltd Mh-100qmnt
Peavey Rotor ex
Crafter Acoustic

Amps
Bugera 333
Bugera 412h

Effects
Marshall Shredmaster
Line 6 MM4
Line 6 DL4
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Dan Electro Fish'n'chips
Ibanez LU-10
#20
As long as you're getting the Bugera amp, you might as well get the cab to go with it, it's not that bad, and you could use the money saved on shipping the amp off a few times to get it fixed (as these amps seem to have a lot of problems reported where people have to return the amp to have it fixed)
#21
I would stay away from the Bugera cabs, they are essentially just slightly better Behringer cabs, and it would probably cost more to upgrade 4 speakers to good Eminence or Celestion speakers than to buy a decent cab up front. Work out which one is most cost effective and, as cliche as it is, look at some Marshall 1960A cabs, they are pretty well-priced, but with cabs, the Bugera cab, with upgraded speakers would be your best budget option.
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