#1
are bugera amps anygood? there are pretty cheap (price) for an all vlave amp.
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#2
Coheed and Cambria use(ed) them, so they must be good. of course, they use the higher-end models. check out CobaltandCalcium.com's gear page for the exacts.
#3
C&C used Bugeras? o_O
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Coheed and Cambria use(ed) them, so they must be good. of course, they use the higher-end models. check out CobaltandCalcium.com's gear page for the exacts.


How can they use them without them being out yet?
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Coheed and Cambria use(ed) them, so they must be good. of course, they use the higher-end models. check out CobaltandCalcium.com's gear page for the exacts.


Pretty sure you're thinking of Bogner, but I could be wrong there.
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Pretty sure you're thinking of Bogner, but I could be wrong there.


Yeah, I doubt they used Bugeras. As for the amps, I've never played one, but they aare made in Chinaland by Behrigner. And if they are built like Behringers stuff, that means quality will probably be inconsistant and the materials cheap as hell.