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getting a 6262. Now, should i get a combo, or a head and get a nice 2x12? I know the cab route is more expensive but that's not a factor. Also, i'm planning to gig with it.
edit: yeh, 2 big muffs =) the russian usually has its tone pretty high so i can get a fizzy fuzz with it for leads, while my NYC is pretty low for rythms (i got the USSR one from a friend who had 2 and didn't want them both lol)
mine doesn't apparently. I'm pretty happy about it.
Yep, that's exactly how I set my eq now as well.
Sorry about the constant bias posting guys. I just want to make sure that I REALLY know how to do it so i dont f*ck up my amp.
You guys are making my head hurt with all this wanking about biasing. And I thought I was obsessed about details
Hello! I just bought a bugear 6262 combo and i'm having a bit of trouble getting a good clean tone. I get a bit of distortion when i play, i'm thinking it's due to my high out put pick ups (Dimarzio D sonic and air norton). There's no low and high gain inputs so I'm wondering is there anything i can due besides lower my guitars volume when i want to go to clean
Thank you Goofydog for the response I was looking for.
To the others, I appreciate your responses.
I understand biasing by using the probe and connecting to the tube sockets but I'd rather not buy a bias probe. I would prefer to use the port on the back as directed in the Bugera documentation. All I need to know is how to connect the multimeter to the port on the amp or if I need any other equipment to do this. Thanks.
There's a blackcurrant flavour
YES!...for some reason Bugera LOVES mahogony. I have a heavy Hamer that just sounds HUGE thru the crunch channel. With tube amps like these, your guitar quality becomes obvious and undeniable.
You simply can't make chicken soup out of chicken sh't!