The gain structure and tone character of the 6262 is built on the same fundamentals as the 6260 but more midrange, making them perfect for '80s rock and metal. You also get full control of EQ, Presenc... Read More
The gain structure and tone character of the 6262 is built on the same fundamentals as the 6260 but more midrange, making them perfect for '80s rock and metal. You also get full control of EQ, Presence and Reverb on both channels.
A lot of amp manufacturers call their Treble/Mid/Bass knobs “tone” controls. Bugera calls theirs "EQ" because they spent a lot of time making sure that they each have a unique character. Treble really screams; Mid puts you about six rows into the audience; Low can add more growl than an angry Kodiak bear.
The Presence control is tailored to smooth out your tone or add enough bite to cut through any cymbal. It can bring new life to darker sounding instruments.
This is a closeout model, and does not feature Infinium technology.
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Well it sounded good for a little while. then after like 4 days the amp just blew up. It just makes you mad when you pay money for something you want to work and then the thing breaks within the first couple days. It had to have been a product fault.
For the price, this amp can't be beat. A simple YouTube search will provide you with enough A/B comparisons of the Bugera 6262 against amps from companies that charge double or even triple to what you would pay for this 6262; and guess what? The amp holds it's own with the "big dogs." Online audio/video reviews can sometimes be skewed, but as an owner of this amp for the last month, I can honestly say the praise was deserved. The 6262 boasts many high dollar features for a low price. Cleans are crisp and clear, and with the added crunch feature, you can dirty up that clean as much as you like for a gritty blues tone or a crunchy hard rock tone. Switch to the lead channel and you can play any of the heavy stuff you desire. The low end, mids, and highs come through clearly despite any low tunings. Cranking the gain on this thing will create some of the nastiest tones you can dial in. Paired with the matching Bugera 4x12 cab, it sounds phenomenal. The value you receive for the small price tag is impressive. The head can be used with a multitude of different cabs due to it's impedance switch. I also feel that this amp is built very solid. It is also very easy to switch your choice of tubes in and out of the head, so you can modify it without much of a headache. If you're looking for versatility, heavy tones, and a wealth of features on a budget, look no further, the 6262 Infinium is your best bet.
Bought the Bugera 120w 2 ch basic amp head and then changed to the Infinium 6262 and its a big difference in sound. If you play heavier stuff the Infinium has a very good full sounding tone. Simple to use and set. The footswitch gives you more crunch if needed by switching to the lead gain channel. Reverb is a nice extra feature but I personally dont use it. I'm playing it through a Blackstar HTV-412 bottom and I love the sound so for the money this head is worth it. I'll review it again in a year and see if it stands the test of time.
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