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If the tone king can make it sound decent it is a godsend.
Now how would you know that?Yes WAIT for it!!! Will be really good.
i love it. it's so beautiful.
The tube/tyre analogy works pretty well dude. You're not doing yourself any favours saying stuff like that. It's not unreasonable to expect someone who owns an amp to be able to identify an obviously blown tube, just like you would expect someone who owns a car to be able to spot a flat tyre.but there's where you are misleading. any ol' idiot can tell when a tire is flat, its not wired to the vehicle. it is its own independent part, and a blown tire is not going to affect the engine. Just because you guys can spot a problem and understand it with these amps doesnt mean everyone can.
I bought the Bugera333 120watt head about 3 months ago and have had problems finding the tone I want. I run the head through a Marshall 1960a cab loaded with g12's, and seem to get a sort of "fizzy" tone on the lead channel. I've tried EQ'ing my head in hundreds of different ways even rolling off the gain and mids and using a TS9 infront of it and still that same kind of fizzy distortion.
Any tips would be appreciated if it helps to know I'm going for a Parkway Drive kind of tone. And the guitar I'm using is a Schecter Deluxe with blackouts.
Not sure what you mean?Hi.
I've been searching through the threads and I can't find some specific stuff about power transformers.
How do we plan the voltages of B+?
No transformer that I know of has fixed voltages. They all have voltage ratios.Usually the transformer has fixed voltages as secondary right so when choosing a transformer which one do I pick?
More headroom/output.Why do we use bigger and lower values of B+? I know the gain is a tiny bit higher for higher voltage(made the math).
Not sure what you mean with "intensities".We need resistors to decrease the voltage. So when calculating a tube's cathode BIAS these intensities have to be accounted for, starting where? from the rectifier or after?
There is none.What's the relationship between RMS and the 240-0-240 designation, for example?
Those are the voltages. If you use the two 240s you'll have 240V peak with a 0V center tap for easier rectification.What does 240-0-240 really means?It means that the peak is 240 or that the average is 240?
Check out Wikipedia for a good explanation how rectification works, I think they also have the formula for the resulting DC voltage (not a difficult formula but I can't recall it).I can understand the rectification is done by joining the two parts of the wave.
After the rectification for DC how much voltage comes from it(still for example 240-0-240)? 480 or 240?
Wouldn't that basically be a 1960
decided to give bugera a try. bought the bc30 212. what's the main different between that and the 333xl? should i switch it out for that?
Keyboards can do the whole full range..This... Guitar's are mid-high range instruments, keyboards are low-mid-high haha.
That has nothing to do with plate voltages, evidenced by the fact that you're wrong and it's not running HT.As to Knathras stating he doubted that the VT999 ran HT plate voltage, if it didnt, i doubt you would GET such a variable amount of difference from valve type to valve type. Each was distinctly different in gain and character, so there MUST be a decent amt of valve clip in that pedal.
I'm sure any office hour will be fine to call them.Yeah I dealt with them before when I put in my details wrong, real friendly guys. When I bought my amp and cab I recieved it within 3 days! Yeah I think ringing them is my best bet. What do you reckon would be the best time to ring them? I'm in work fro 8.30am to 5.00pm although I could ring them around 1pm, 2pm german time I think.
It says on the site they give you the option of opting for a more expensive item and adding a little discount. I was looking at the voodoo labs PP2 although Ive a feeling that's out of stock too..
The dictionary definition of the word "dependent" says otherwise.BTW Bugeras are not Clones, they are "dependant on" according to Bugera
Holy crap! Even your lungs must be clogged up with cat hair.Back when I was married, we had 14 cats. I had to clean it monthly.
Ask Stevie Ray VaughanDoes it put up with much punishment? Say with lots of string bending does it come away very easily?
LOG has plenty of mids, so do most metal bands.Lawl, I thought that most metal bands reduced their Mids?, Lamb of God certainly do.
Don't you know that not everything made in Asia sucks, and not everything made in America rules?
+1 to kanthras
Joke, right?Wow are you sure about that?
Don't you know the country origin of a product affects the quality big time???