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Got a source?I'll be surprised if these amps hit the US ever....let alone this summer.....Randall Smith has filed all sorts of suits against Bugera in the US already.
Oh, come on. There's nothing like the thrill of knowing you might end up in a massive fireball every time you turn on your Bugera. Fk'n BRUTAL.sounds cool, but with their track record in the past and the fact im having issues with a cab of theirs leads me to believe that all this more advanced technology could be a bit much for them to handle and insure that it is going to be reliable. bugera has a lot of ground to make up before i considered trying one of their amps again. with companies like jet city doing no thrills and no bullshit amps, its hard to give bugera a chance when there are far better companies out there doing it in the ame budget.
My 333 is an amp with three separate EQs, and it currently outputs 60W.That is one of the reasons I had my doubts about buying Bugera, they don't have any amps with separate eq under 120W and mobility is important to me. There is a good chance that I'll go for Peavey 6505+ 112 (separate eq, all tube, spring reverb, mobility, and it sounds amazing). It looks like it suits my needs better than Bugera
Well, that depends on the volume pot's taper.Really depends on the drummer. My drummer is loud as ****, and I have to turn up halfway to be heard clearly. Halfway on a 100W amp is ****ING LOUD.
Yeah, that would be nice. Although you don't need a graph. Just two numbers, for clean headroom and full throttle.It would really help if amp manufacturers put graphs out in relation to this stuff.
They do in car brochures, and in their R&D they must have to produce them so why not publish them.
Or do they?
That's odd, because SS amps tend to produce far more overtones when overdriven.Tube amps technically aren't lounder then SS amps BUT they sound about 1.5x louder to HUMAN EARS because of the extra harmonic's they produce in overtones, etc.
Then your tip is probably plated.^^ How would that dissolve the tip I have been using the same tip for over 10 years now and it still looks like new.
Jezus, I'm not stepping on a Boeing again, just Airbus from now on...Hate to tell you dude but I built electronics for a living for NASA, Lockheed Martin, and Boeing Aircraft and multiple Military projects. I am aerospace certified so I know the right way to solder and the explanation I gave is the laymen way of explaining how to do it right. I was one of the best at what I did and proud of it. I figured everyone knows you need a wet sponge and to keep your tip clean.
You should always use flux and rosin core solder the rosin in the solder is what makes the solder stick to the tip and the flux is what makes the solder flow and stick to the parts you are soldering. It makes me laugh almost every time I see people explain how to solder, most people do not know the proper procedure. I guess I should make a complete how to video that shows the proper way.
You did explain it better than me but I am not going to give a full tutorial for soldering a wire to a piece of metal that is ignorant. And it is a myth about the never melt solder with the tip and transfer or it will get a cold solder, I never got a cold solder unless there was a breeze blowing on it.
10% of your amp's price for a able is crazy, unless you have a really cheap amp.If you're just beginning it doesn't really matter. You need a cable that works. I wouldn't worry about spending a lot on an expensive cable.
(Personally, I would never spend more than 10% if the price of my amp for a cable, although I'd never spend less than $10 on a cable, anything beneath that is, in my opinion, absolute crap.)
You really hate all their amps?I meant the brand
Expecting it to have some balls isn't that extraordinary...The JCA20 is based on the Soldano Atomic 16. The JCA100 is based on the SLO. Expecting a 20w amp to perform similarly to a 100w amp is pretty interesting.
nope, i just f*cking hate marshall
Those bastards!Hey guys, there's this company that is trying to sell something called a "boat". It's kind of like a car, except it drives on water only. Wtf is up with that? It doesn't have a proper steering wheel and no pedals also, which sucks, cause I want a steering wheel and pedals in my car. Like, I don't want that thing for use on water. I want to go to the grocery store, and a boat can't do that. It pisses me off that this boat isn't a car, and they didn't even try to make it one! They just went "look, here's a boat!" I just want to use cars. Why won't they sell me a car, dammit?
This thing looks like a POS I wouldn't play this even if it bought me a drink and called me baby. It may be a guitar or something like a lute, but how to you FEEL the strings to pluck when you use a piece of frickin plastic? Avoid this like a creepy stalker.This thing looks like a POS I wouldn't play this even if it bought me a drink and called me baby. It may be a sythesizer or something like a keytar, but how to you FEEL the strings to pick on a piece of fricken glass? Avoid this like a creepy stalker.
I'm not too familiar with SS stuff. I figured 6.3V would be too low for that.a tube amp will always have low-voltage taps on the PT. how else would they power the tube heaters...
Wait, effects loops have to have a buffer?
I'm just asking since maybe (since I don't have this whole impedance load thing down yet) the preamp has a low output impedance, and that it can cause treble loss if the pedals have a high impedance input. If the power amp isn't sensitive to impedances than I could see how it could happen. I'm just thinking out loud now
Links or proof please?
The volume of the clean channel is actually a gain knob. Try cranking it (cranking tone knobs help too, they're all right in front of a clipping stage), you'll get some breakup.Only bad thing about it is the clean channel. It works well, but it's just a bit sterile for me. I think if they would have but a gain knob on that channel they would have been golden.
No it doesn't. Unless you have some crazy definition of comparable.All down to personal preference really. My Tiny Terror with a boost creates comparable tones to all those big boys.
Now now, Angus... Don't get this thread locked again.I didnt say you where you just all type the same. Its funny. And how is that guy a troll he has a bugera amp and its falling apart... stop being blind..
No like a vacuum cleaner.
I found the thread too!