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  • eaglemods
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-02-03

    I'm looking for David Hoenbeck.  He was with Music Tribe in Aug. 2018 and was tremendous in helping me get warranty service for my Bugera equipment here in San Antonio.  Every piece of sound equipment that I own from amps, cabs to complete PA mixers & speakers is 100% Behringer/Bugera equipment. Well, except for one serious lapse in judgenment caused me to go temporarily insane and buy a Peavey 410 Headliner 4x10 bass cab.  BIG mistake.  Hey, some of my mics are Behringer.  He seemed to be the only person who was willing or would help me at the time.  I would really like to talk to him a gain about obtaining some additional Bugera equipment.  Hey David!!! You out there somewhere??? email me at  [email protected]  or here on this forum.  Would love to visit with you again.

    Cheers,

    Jerry

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  • Georg-Enders
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-01-23

    Hello out there,

    i am living in Germany and want to by a Bugera 112TS but it is not available by all dealers with Mus!c Tribe products. Is it possible that anyone can tel me when it is available again ?

    Thanks for answes and with kind regards

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  • gidgey
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-01-16

    I need a Bugera 12ax7c tube. Anybody want to get rid of theirs?

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    • gidgey
      gidgey

      I loved the low quality sound of the Bugera 12ax7c.


      Which one should I get to replace it if I can't find a C? Bugera 12ax7? Bugera 12ax7A? Bugera 12ax7B?

      • January 26, 2020
  • crystal
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-01-01

    Hi folks in this community, and hi to the forum admins!

    I'd like to know the power in watts of the Bugera BXD15A. I'm looking for a specification of the power after RMS signal measuring, and not the peak power. The peak power is declared to be 1000 watt.

    Furthermore, can somebody provide me with infos about the acoustic pressure (Kennschalldruck)?

    Thanks in advance,
    crystal

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    • crystal
      Paul_Vannatto

      Hi Christian @crystal 


      Welcome to the forum. Is there a particular need for these specs? If you are looking for a guitar amp that will blow dry the audience, please reconsider your needs. Far too often, I have to ask new guitarists to turn their amps down (or else) during soundcheck. Usually their response is that they have to have it loud enough in order to get the tone they are looking for. But many of the pros are now using amps with mcuh lower peak wattage, but with amazing quality (and the audience and sound engineer is much happier with).


       

      • January 1, 2020
    • crystal
      crystal

      Hi Paul,


      thank you for your helpful answer. Of course you're right reflecting these concerns. I guess that I'm rather careful with such matters, but sometimes my band collegues complain about my bass being not loud enough.


      It's true, I want to compare bass combos with each another. My reason is to know not only the quality, which is surely excellent with the Bugeras. But to be able to compare the possible power and loudness when playing along with my collegues. We are definitely not up to fill great music halls, but pubs or open-air stages with perhaps about 50 people of audience.


      I should be happy with good quality and sound, but beeing able to regulate down the master control, cool as a cucumber.

      • January 1, 2020
    • crystal
      Paul_Vannatto

      Hi Christian @crystal 


      With the bass, the reason why your collegues may be complaining that they can't hear your bass is due to their proximity to the amp and the wavelength of the bass notes you play. For example low E is 41Hz which has a wavelength of 27.4 feet. If they are standing/sitting any closer than that, the sound level will likely be less and they could actually be located in a dead spot (due to reflection from a small room). Quite frequently the bass player is standing 5 feet in front of his amp (which is pointed at his knee caps) and typically turns it up, because he says he can't hear - which in turn is far too loud at the audience position. No level of power can fix this. Sorry.


       

      • January 1, 2020
    • crystal
      crystal

      This is very helpful advice to me, thank you. I feel that your thoughts must be true, for I hear such seemingly irregular sounds and loudnesses when we practice in our studio.

      • January 1, 2020
    • crystal
      Paul_Vannatto


      @crystal wrote:


      This is very helpful advice to me, thank you. I feel that your thoughts must be true, for I hear such seemingly irregular sounds and loudnesses when we practice in our studio.





      You are most welcome. If I find one of the posts that explained it to me enough to understand the scenario I will post it here for you. It has been awhile since I last read them. So it may take awhile to find them.


       


      If you have one of those wireless guitar adapters, walk away from the amp about 30 feet and have a listen.


       

      • January 1, 2020
  • jspooner
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-12-31

    How long does it take for the company to fix your amp when it's under warranty? I sent mine off they have received it. So I'm just wondering?

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  • pbman1953
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-12-29

    HI

     

    I'm a new user to the 1001T. The manual doens't give much as far as real uasge and set up. I have a couple questions-

     

    Has anyone changed tubes and was it worth it to change?

    Please explain your set up relationship between the gain knob,volume and master.

    I've played for many years but I'm a novice to compression. Please send me some basic settings to try and if possible please explain how it works. 

     

    Thanks

    Rich

     

     

     

     

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    • pbman1953
      jspooner

      I have a trirec. I'm not sure what a bugera 1001t is never heard of it. Mines in the shop right now so I really can't tell you anything besides I'm pissed off about it

      • December 29, 2019
  • jspooner
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-12-19

    My FX loop is causing little to no sound and I'm not getting any response from bugera or anybody regarding my warranty all I want is the RMA form so I can take it to a registered bugera technician and have my amp this is ridiculous they told me they'd be a hold of me one day here we are going on a week I want my amp fixed I don't know what's so hard about that issue in the RMA form so I can go have this fixed. Anybody else having this issue or is there a way around this am I missing something please help happy

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  • jspooner
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-12-17

    I've emailed they responded to my email and they give me the sum number and tell me the call me back within 1 business day and I have not had one any calls I need the same fixed it's four months old it's something to do with the effects loop. Can somebody please help me out

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  • jspooner
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-12-17

    I have a tri rec that's 4 months old it's under the 3-year warranty they say they'll call me back in one business day I have not heard back from them in the week. What's going on I need my amp fixed. You pay $650 for something that's not going to work

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  • ChrisDunkle
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-10-30

    My 6-strings work great with my AC60. My 12-string doesn't work at all. Does anyone know why?

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