#1
Hi all...
Just got a hold of a nice bugera 6260 head. I run it through a marshall 4*12 cab and play a 2006 gibson les paul standard.

I really like the sounds i get from the head, however i find that it breaks up incredibly early.

When on the clean channel and the gain only about 2 and the volume about 3, I have to play very softly with my guitars volume at 10 to avoid crunch. i can help this a bit by rolling back the guitar vol, but still have to use light picking. Is this really normal or is there something wrong with my head?

btw, I use the stock burstbuckers and they sit relatively low, so this shouldnt be the issue.
#2
well the 6260 is based on the peavey 5150 (or 6505), both of which are notorious for having a mediocre clean channel that likes to break up quickly
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#4
they are based on the peaveys but ive seen videos on youtube of the bugera putting out a nice clean tone
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#5
Yeah.

Black Stone Cherry [use peavey 6505] have gain at 2 [and bass at 10]. Go listen to the gain they have,
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#6
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even this early? (gain at 2, vol at 3)

It does sound a BIT early. I had theh 6262 head and the cleans were perfect. The 6260 not so much. Use your guitar's volume control, that should help a lot.