#1
I'm thinking about getting the 6260 head & cab. I've seen some videos of the amp on YouTube, but of course, I'm going to try them out myself. Does anyone here have a 6260? Is it good for Zeppelin, Guns N' Roses, and Queen music? Maybe some Metallica or The Darkness. I heard it has a Noise gate & it also has a solo channel & it's pretty cheap too.
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#2
bugera's are really geared towards metal, so for playing classic rock i wouldnt suggest it. however, the bugera 1990 or 1960, even maybe maybe the V would work for you.
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#3
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bugera's are really geared towards metal, so for playing classic rock i wouldnt suggest it. however, the bugera 1990 or 1960, even maybe maybe the V would work for you.



I'll look it up. Thanks
A good song should make you wanna tap your foot and get with your girl. A great song should destroy cop cars and set fire to the suburbs. I'm only interested in writing great songs.
#4
I have a Bugera 333XL. It's a good amp, but def. geared towards metal. Pretty much all Bugera's are. For Classic rock stuff I use a Vox Night Train with a Marshall jcm900 1960 series lead cab, and that works great, for a really good price.
#5
The V series are similar to a Fender HRD and the 1960 is close to a Marshall Plexi.

The 6260 (based on the Peavey 5150, created by a certain Edward Van Halen) can do classic rock as well, it does all gain stages well IMO.
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#6
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The V series are similar to a Fender HRD and the 1960 is close to a Marshall Plexi.

The 6260 (based on the Peavey 5150, created by a certain Edward Van Halen) can do classic rock as well, it does all gain stages well IMO.


When I saw the Demos on YouTube I thought it sounded like it could do classic sounds pretty well. Thanks for the help
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Quote by Xanron
I'm thinking about getting the 6260 head & cab. I've seen some videos of the amp on YouTube, but of course, I'm going to try them out myself. Does anyone here have a 6260? Is it good for Zeppelin, Guns N' Roses, and Queen music? Maybe some Metallica or The Darkness. I heard it has a Noise gate & it also has a solo channel & it's pretty cheap too.


i have the 6262 head and it can do all those tones you mentioned all the way up to full on METAL shred...with tons of gain left over

the 6260/6262 has no noise gate(but i recomend getting a noise gate pedal like a MXR smart gate or a ISp decimTOR) on the amp or a solo channel.
its a 2 channel amp. channel 1 is clean with a crunch boost on it
channel 2 is the lead channel. each channel has its own eqs, pressence and reverb controls on the 6262. the 6260 shares a eq for both channels. the 6262 has 6 preamp tubes and 4 6l6 power tubes. the 6260 has 5 preamp tubes and 4 6l6 tubes for power

however the Bugera 333XL is the amp with the noise gate and XL(boost) switches(for the crunch and lead channels) and its a 3channel amp
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Mesa 4x12 cab(3)
Marshall JCM900 2100 SL-X
BBE 482i
ESP eclispe II
B52 At-100 head
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Peavey 5150 II modded
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