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    chrisbliss7
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-05-01

    Hey, when will this head be available to the public again?? I'd like to buy it on Sweetwater

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    • chrisbliss7
      NicJonesMT Hi Chris. Unfortunately we cannot provide any information on availability or pricing.
      Your best option would be to contact Sweetwater directly to see if they can provide an ETA on when they will receive stock.
      Alternatively you can find a full list of our resellers at the following link:

      https://www.bugera-amps.com/buy.html?isoCode=US&type=STORE
      • May 3
    • chrisbliss7
      chrisbliss7 Yes I followed the link and no no one has it. I ordered the last possible one on Amazon because they did say they had one in stock now they're saying that it's unavailable or they can't find it. I just want to know what's up at the Factory are they done making amps? Is Bugera going out of business?
      • May 17
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    pbman1953
    Contributor - Level 1
    2022-05-13

    I have the pre-amp tube model and I need to understand how to use the Gain, Volume nand Master come into play to to set the overload light.

     

    I've read on Talkbass, that one should set the Volume all the way down and then set the light using set the Gain. I've tried many combinations and have failed. To me, for the master , it should not matter where that control is. 

     

    Is there a schematic to undertsand the signal order, that would help

     

    Thanks for any help!

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    • pbman1953
      WilliamR The GAIN knob adjusts the amount of preamp level. The general rule of thumb is when the clip light is blinking, the bass tone starts to go into preamp distortion.
      VOLUME knob (BV1001T only) compensates for boosts in the signal from the GAIN knob. It also affects the level of the FX LOOP SEND jack.
      The MASTER knob adjusts the overall output of the amplifier. The general rule of thumb is to start with the master volume low and dial in your gain and overall channel volume to get the tone you desire, then the master volume controls the overall output to your speakers without changing the tonality of your tone you just dialed in.
      • May 13
    • pbman1953
      pbman1953

      Are you saying the only way to control the LED is from the bass itself? When you turn down everything LED will still light up. For example- if want to be clean, I'd estimate the master position. Pin the volume and use the gain as a volume control. I don't use effects

      • May 19
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    OverDrive2020
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-07

    Hello, I have a new Bugera PS1 Attenuator. Everything works fine and as intended except the emulated out. When connected , it makes a polyphonic noise and the XLR jack sits looses in the fitting. Anybody else experiencing that from theirs?

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    fabien1974
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-05-06

    Hi, ik have a Bugera V5 for a couple of weeks.  last week when i switched it on, the front light keeps on blinking and the amp doesn't do anything anymore excepting for the bllinking light.

    Please help ! :-)

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    • fabien1974
      Dale_M Sorry to hear of this, it sounds like the internal PSU is dying, if this is brand new and within 30 days you would be quicker to go back to the seller, if you are outside this period please go to the above Support tab and select a Service ticket for submission
      • May 6
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    denfio
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-12-16

    Ive seen a bunch of threads asking the same question but, I do t see a concrete answer....  here goes...

     

    can I go from my Fender Blues Junior speaker output jack to the 8 ohm input on the PS1, connect the XLR to sound console and the big question....NOT use a speaker?

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    Meerkat2022
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-05-03

    Hi there! I bought a 1990 infinium new a few months ago. 

    Still has the factory tubes. Today after half hour of use, in red channel output lost all bass and gain. The sound was really bad and thin. Immediately i checked the green channel, and with the gain at 5 and volume at 7 it was super quiet. 

    All infinium LEDs are off so i guess I don't have any power tubes broken. Is there something wrong with the preamp tubes?

     

    What are my options here? Thanks

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    • Meerkat2022
      Nigel67 Hi Meerkat2022. Please submit a technical support ticket and we will be able to help you further and if the unit is found to be faulty, advise you about getting the unit repaired as if you purchased it brand new just a few months ago it should still be under warranty. To submit a ticket, this can be done by clicking on the support tab at the top of the page. A new window will open. Scroll down and click on the Technical Support tab. Many thanks
      • May 3
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    Lectrish
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-02-27

    I purchased my Infinium v22 amplifier June of last year and I just have to change my 2nd set of EL84 tubes is this normal behavior for a brand new amp

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    • Lectrish
      Lectrish If I can expect to go through 2 -3 sets of EL84's a year I am going to unload this amp this week
      • Mar 1
    • Lectrish
      PedroRodrigues Hi Lectrish, thank you for your post, in this case I would suggest to submit an assistance request directly to our Tech Support Team by following the link below so we can analyse what is causing this behaviour
      https://community.musictribe.com/pages/create-new-ticket?type=Technical%20Support&brand=Bugera

      Thank you
      • Apr 30
    • Lectrish
      Lectrish

      Pedro, I unloaded that amp a long time ago. I'm glad I didn't wait 2 months for your thoughtful and insightful input. You can be sure that I will keep away of all Bugera products as a result of this experience. Have a nice day!

      • Apr 30
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    hdnyc2003
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-03-20

    my bugera 1990 infinium led lights turn on and off, it's like if the amp is checking the tubes  also I noticed the power tubes are glowing a slight blue color  is this normal, the tubes are the original bugera tubes that came with the amp 

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    • hdnyc2003
      hdnyc2003 Can anyone please answer my question
      • Mar 22
    • hdnyc2003
      PedroRodrigues Hi hdnyc2003, thank you for your post, when an output valve requires replacement, the valve’s matching LED will light permanently, please confirm if this is the case and replace the vacuum tube.
      When it comes to your second question a tube that is glowing blue is often wrongly perceived as a defect, however, it’s really just a side effect of a power tube, a fluorescent glow in the blue spectrum.
      The tube is fine, it actually indicates that the vacuum inside the tube is very good, which is what allows this phenomenon to occur.
      It will not have any effect on the performance or tone of the amp. For more details on this please check the pic below.

      Thank you
      • Apr 30
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    a6496948
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-04-24

    Can i buy a Volume knob for Bugera Veyron head? Mine got stolen

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    Gb22mail
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-04-25

    How can I record using the Bugera PS1 with the attenuation at zero volume so there is no room noise?

    Can it be used with my guitar amplifier without a speaker attached with no damage to my amp?

    Thanks. 

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