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Hardcore 120W 3-channel tube head with Reverb and Infinium Tube Life Multiplier.
The Bugera 333 Infinium 120W 3-channel tube guitar amp head is a cutting-edge modern style amp that can hold its own in any situation or style. Featuring three fully independent channels for three fully independent gain structures and tone stacks.
The Clean channel is great for jazz, country, blues and as a fat clean power base for players using external boxes for their OD and distortion. The Crunch channel can work as a "halfway dirty" sound for rock and blues when you crank the volume and use the gain as your volume. It shines as the heavy rhythm channel for a metal rig if you crank the gain. The Lead channel has the same structure as the Crunch channel but with access to even more gain.
Each of these channels has its own volume feeding the overall master volume so you have total control over the level of each. The EQ section allows for unlimited tone shaping and big scooped out metal tones via the midrange control. The boost option of the FX Loop allows you to set each channel at the same volume and then boost or cut the volume of the entire amp no matter what channel is selected--you can finally boost your rhythm or clean tone.
The Infinium Tube Life Multiplier technology is like having your own technician inside your amp constantly monitoring and tweaking tube performance for the ultimate in tonal integrity and reliability. With Infinium your tubes last up to 20 times longer.
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Comments about Bugera 333 Infinium 120W 3-Channel Tube Guitar Amp Head:
It's definitely worth the money. It sounds exactly like a modern, powerful all tube amp should sound. It came with a foot switch, which alot of amps don't. Also, the reverb is set to each channel until you turn it off, which is kind of cool.
The third channel seems like more of a gain boost than it's own channel. It doesn't sound a whole lot different than the first. I haven't been able to give the amp a good workout because it's so loud I can't turn it up in anything but a large room without hurting my ears, so that might have something to do with that though. Also there are different settings for high gain pickups and different kinds of electronics which I don't use.
The only bad thing I can say is that I wish I'd gotten the one with the noise gate. If you want to play without a pedalboard/gate, you'll probably need it. It's so loud, you'll pick up every string slide, hiss, bump, and pop your guitars can make.
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