#1
looking for a new amp. heard alot about the Bugeras to be great metal amps. and now i'm stuck on deciding which one would be best for me, because i don't know too much about the different models.

i'm looking at a great low-end rhythm tone, and a great lead tone. i want something really clear and not muddy. idk what else to put, just look at my profile and get a feel of how brutal i want it. clarity is my biggest issue.
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#2
Well... you COULD just go to the Bugera thread. But that would just be ridiculous wouldn't it?
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Well... you COULD just go to the Bugera thread. But that would just be ridiculous wouldn't it?


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Well... you COULD just go to the Bugera thread. But that would just be ridiculous wouldn't it?



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#5
From what I've learned, you'd want either a 6260 or 333 because they have the 6l6 tubes with more headroom. (Apparantly better for teh br00talz)


The 333 has three channels, all usable from the clips I've heard (which is the amp I'm buying)
The 6260 has 2 channels, clean (which you can dirty up) and a crunch channel (or a lead, not sure).


I haven't personally tried them yet and I can only go by what I've listened to...


What bands rhythm is similar to what you're after?
http://www.netmusicians.org/?value=Bugera%206260&section=amp this is sound clips of the 6260.
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#6
I've messed around with all the Bugera's.
Best are
6260, and the 333XL with a 6L6 retube.
Those are the two I would recommend.
The 6260 for metal
and the 333XL for versatility.
#7
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I've messed around with all the Bugera's.
Best are
6260, and the 333XL with a 6L6 retube.
Those are the two I would recommend.
The 6260 for metal
and the 333XL for versatility.


versatility as in...
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versatility as in...

as in....playing a wide variety of musical styles (blues, reggae, pop, metal, rock)

The 3 channels that the 333 has makes it a lot more versatile, but if you want straight up cleans-crunch-BROOTALZ the 6260 or 6262 would be a better option.
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#10
well i don't really play anything that requires anything other than distortion. but i do write music with cleans...
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#11
6260 - ok clean but good on Lead channel, since its cheapest among of their line, go for
good OD pedal or retube the stock bugera tubes with money u saved.

6262 - better clean and seperate EQ for both channel.

333 - Better versatality(specially for clean), 3 diff seperate EQ for each channel.

333XL - added noisegate and XL boost or somekind, but to me not much diff.

TRY OUT as much as u can before decide or make any payment including other brands? either of them u should get a GOOD OD pedal, to tightens up or boost ur amp at lower volume or if u dont mind spending try retube the stock bugera tubes.
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