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Powerful and versatile tube tone with Infinium technology.
The Bugera 6260-212 Infinium tube guitar combo amp has an open and glassy tone with 6L6s and a more compressed character with EL34s. Turning the Clean gain up gradually causes the amp to react like a non-master volume amp, and achieves a very natural sounding overdrive. The amp will react sharply to changes in volume or attack from the instrument. The Crunch setting is simply the clean channel with more gain from another 12AX7 to create the rhythm sound heard on all your classic rock faves.
The Lead channel is all about articulate gain and sustain. Copious amounts of harmonics and compression help your solos stand out and cut through the band with ease. Separate master volumes allow for easy rhythm-clean/solo-lead switching with total control over the level of each sound.
The revolutionary Infinium Tube Life Multiplier technology is like having your very own technician inside your amp constantly monitoring and tweaking tube performance for the ultimate in tonal integrity and reliability. This revolutionary circuit not only optimizes the performance of each output tube, it dynamically balances the drive between them to more evenly distribute the load. With Infinium, your tubes last up to 20 times longer, saving you substantial money over the lifespan of your amplifier. Infinium also compensates for the effects of aging, automatically adjusting current levels to keep your tubes sounding as good as the day they were installed.
If and when a tube does reach the end of its life, the system even tells you which one to replace. All you need do is replace the faulty tube and let Infinium take care of the rest for you. Maintenance for tube amps has never been this easy!
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Comments about Bugera 6260-212 Infinium 120W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:
Fantastic tone on clean or lead. I have a celestion vintage 30 212 cab I plug this into for home use and it sounds like a $2000.00 combo amp no kidding. Not too good for a small bedroom amp though if you turn volume to number one it's loud, I have not turned it past six yet it's too loud. The insides are all good same as the 5150 if you know what I mean. The body is cheep looking all the way to the logo on the front_looks like it's drawn on with a sharpe but thats why you get it for such a good price. Speakers inside are not very good if you ask me just plug into a cab dont change speakers out or you void warranty. All in all I'm very happy with this amp the tone vs price cannot be beat and the infinium no bias thing keeps it out of the shop every time you switch tubes so you save money there as well....