The gain structure and tone character of the 6262-212 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, Pre... Click To Read More About This Product
The gain structure and tone character of the 6262-212 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 œtone controls, but 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.
Like several other Bugera models, 6262-212 has a modern studio digital reverb to avoid unwanted rumble from œvintage springs when you'e on a heavily vibrating stage. Bugera auditioned literally hundreds of 24-bit reverb patches and finally settled on a favorite that they thought would be perfect for both lead and rhythm playing. The result is way more versatile and usable.
This is a closeout model, and does not feature Infinium technology.
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