#1
which would be a better choice for say $525

a peavey 5150 combo or bugera 6262 combo?

ive looked up some bugeras after seeing many people talk about them on here and i was pretty impressed by the good reviews & low price (even for the heads!)

i could also probably get a bugera head & some type of cab for less than $700 so....

which would be better?

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#2
i would go with the 5150 combo cause the cheap price of the bugera makes me think that there maybe reliability issues down the road.
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#4
You can get a 5150 combo for that?
Get it!
That's super cheap!


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#5
Quote by jcp42877
which would be a better choice for say $525

a peavey 5150 combo or bugera 6262 combo?

ive looked up some bugeras after seeing many people talk about them on here and i was pretty impressed by the good reviews & low price (even for the heads!)

i could also probably get a bugera head & some type of cab for less than $700 so....

which would be better?



dude if you can a 5150 combo for that price get it man. im a fan of the 5150 line and the Bugeras. i have a 5150 II half stack and a Bugera 6262. love them both man, but if you can get the 5150 combo that cheap get it. you can always run a 2x12 with it to have a mini stack. the Bugera 6262 does have better cleans and the OD is a bit smoother. but the 5150 has that RAW sound to it that i love.
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#6
Quote by AndyRevenge
the Bugera 6262 does have better cleans and the OD is a bit smoother. but the 5150 has that RAW sound to it that i love.

That. Also, the Bugera is less reliable - although it probably won't be such a huge problem as long as you have a warranty.
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