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Search bar-d, found nothing.

I've been wanting a Bugera for a while, either the TriRec or the 333XL, so I had another look around the online stores today, seeing what kinda prices they've come up or down to, seeing as I hadn't checked for a while, and now most of the amps apart from the V series and the 1960 seem to be out of stock or discontinued..

So anyone know what's up with that?
Have they discontinued some of their amps or what?

inb4; lol Bugera's catch fire.
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Quote by Sputnik1
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/search/search.jsp?sB=r&question=bugera
You aren't trying hard enough. They're still around.

New Bugera's don't catch fire.


I'm from the UK, pretty much all the stocks over are gone..

And I know they don't, but everyone seems to think they do.
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+1

there's a bunch on thomann, i think.

that's if thomann's warehouse is still standing

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BOOM....been wanting to use that for AGES!!!

OT: If I remember correctly Gear4Music still have some, and so do Digital Village