#2
Both of those are pretty decent. You may also want to check out used 5150's also
Out of the two, I've only tried the Randall, but I hear good things from Bugera although they seem to be a bit of a hit or miss in terms of reliability.
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#5
I tried out the bugera 6260 today, it was really awesome, but it was the head, not the combo , is there any sound difference between the head and the combo version or do they sound the same?
#6
I've always been a pretty big Randall fan so my opinion is a bit biased. Out of those two choices I would pick the Randall.

But don't limit yourself to just those two. Check out a used 5150, a B-52 at100, a used Mesa Mark IV (depending on your budget), etc.

Are you willing to go used? You may be able to find a killer deal on Craigslist if you have no problem with used.
#7
I dont think i will be able to afford a head+ a cab, so i will have to go combo i think
My budget is 600$
#9
Where do you live? Used is the best way to go with that budget. You can't get a Bugera combo for that.
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Where do you live? Used is the best way to go with that budget. You can't get a Bugera combo for that.

You can get a lot for that depending on location. Major nearby city?
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#11
I live in stockholm in sweden, and as i said i cant get a head because i cant afford a cab+head
I did a wrong calculation to dollars. my budges is around 800 $
and both the randall and bugera is in that price range in sweden ( 5000 swedish kronors)