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Well, remember I was running it in stereo with an AC30. I am just using the AC30. My brother joined me in Written In Red several months ago, and he was using a Peavey Valveking 112. It wasn't cutting it on the bigger stages, so he sold it and bought my 6260 off of me. I still get to play it once a week, so its not terrible. I do miss it though. That being said, I can get mad discounts on Bugera gear, so I will likely pick up a V55, or a 1960......or probably both.
Also, its good that he still has it, because I do like that amp in the studio
hmm, interesting! I find that increasing the presence on my 333xl combo is like taking a blanket off of it. I generally run mine around 1 to 2 o'clock position- gives me enough high-end cut but also gives a little more low frequency "boom". To each his own.
Well, that's the tubes they come stock with. But they can both run either type of tube if you flick that little switch inside and rebias it.
I'm trying to decide which bugera 2x12 combo I should get. I think I've narrowed it down to the 333 or 6262(I can get either for the same price, the 6260 and 333xl cost 70€ less and more, respectively).
The 6260 doesn't have independent EQ and the XL is a bit pricier and I don't know if I need its extra features.
Does the lack of a presence knob on the 333 make the amp sound bad? Is the XL any better tonewise?
I'm leaning towards the 333 but mainly based on all the videos I've seen of the 333xl, not many videos for the basic 333 on youtube.
The 6L6's will definitely tame the mids and give the amp a more modern american tone with very aggressive bass. If thats what you want, go for it. Maybe take a look at KT77's as well.
I'm was talking about changing tubes, rebiasing, then having to replace a tube several days later and noticing that the bias had drifted significantly (say 5-6 milliamps). I don't know, maybe that's normal or maybe my bias probe is not calibrated correctly or something. I follow Eurotubes instructions for the setting on the probe.
I just found Bugera - wow! Cool company!
I have a couple of questions:
1. What are the combo speakers like?
2. What is the V series like?
3. Why so cheap?
4. I play rock and metal thru a PRS Swamp Ash Special. I need an amp that gets bedroom volumes, but will also keep up on stage. Is there a Bugera which would fit me?
Anybody else noticed that the bias on their 333xl seems to drift off where you set it the time before? Is that normal with these amps? I use to have Marshalls that never varied from where they were set.
yeah man you only need to bias one of the tubes. and it doesnt really matter which one. i usually use the probe under the tube all the way to the right on mine, but thats just my preference.
if the bias will not go up higher then 34mA in 6l6 mode then you can flip to EL34 mode and set the bias higher on there. but make sure you leave the switch in EL
34 mode once you set the bias on the thing. its Safe to do.
i would bias those 6l6gc's to about 40mA-41mA
okay, finally decided that my first tube amp will be a Bugera 6262 combo. Played it for longer then necessary today at two different stores. love the distortion channel. but then again, after playing on a f**kin behringer for a few years almost any amp sounds amazing. so, as soon as i have the money, im buyin it.
is the 333XL combo really much better than the 333, like does it really make that much of a difference?
Hey - cheers for that man, think I'm pretty much set on getting the 333 now just need to get some money!
Given the price of it, I'm quite tempted to get the head version and a 2x12 cab - would that be as easy to crank as a combo?
Reason for going for the head / cab would be, if I decided to upgrade in the future I'd only have to replace one of the components, but then the 333 does have an external speaker jack...errm - bragging rights then?
Hey - I really like the sound of (metaphorically speaking...havent been able to try the bastard out yet) the 333-212 or the 333-XL 212
Just wondering, can you get a good tone out of these at 'bedroom levels'
For a 'chug' / metallica / classic metal kinda tone am I right in thinking the 6l6 tubes with the 333 would be better?
Is there anything on the XL worth the extra price tag and the cost of swapping out the tubes to 6l6s? The only thing I like the sound of really is the XL switch, but I have also heard its a bit useless
Can the line out be used for headphones with an adaptor?
Can't believe how cheap these things are though...really wish I could test one out but none of the stores near me have them
hey, i have a question i really like the lead channel on the 6262. But does the clean channel work good aswell , as in is it really clean , can you dial it so it doesnt have hair.
Im thinking about picking up a Bugera 333xl head, and was wondering about the cab. does the standard bugera cab work well with the head? or would i be better off getting a different cab(maybe a marshall 1960A)?
Anyone know of any Scottish dealers? There is only one I've found and supposedly they're a bit...shady...from what I've heard. Besides they don't seem to have the 6262 - which I think sounds better (from description) than the 6260s they have.
I know I could get them on the internet, but I would much rather play them before buying...
EDIT: I've also heard that recent batches are more reliable than the origionals. If that's true is there anyway to tell them apart?
^Doesn't Thomann ship to Ireland?
Michael O'Leary is an asshole who I hope dies a very slow and very painful death. Soon.
but i just said I don't have a tube
$20 says that the transformer clip melted.
Check out BeerChurch's guide, and it's an easy fix if you have a soldering gun.
To Crazehsteve: Check the transformer clip before you go out and buy a new set of tubes, because you wouldn't want to waste the money on a new set of power tubes when the clip is a 5 minute fix and free if you already have a soldering gun.