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Bugera

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  • 2020-07-31

    Hello,

      I have a Bugera G5 (that I love) and I also have a Boss MS-3. I followed the instruction in how to make the MS-3 switch channels on an amp. The MS-3 switches another amp I have, but on the G5... uh that's a different story. It seems it switches the channels at times, and sometimes it doesn't. I bought the amp used, so I don't have the manual. I tried pushing the channel button and that doesn't seem to work. Can anyone help me out with this, please?

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    • Joe Rojas
      William Reichling Hello Joe, If you are using the Boss MS3, be sure you are using a TRS cable on the CTL out.
      • Aug 3
      • Channel Switching the Bugera G5 with the Boss MS-3
        Joe Rojas Yes, I am using a TRS cable. That's how the amp switching works on my other amp. And I did plug the TRS cable into the CTRL 1/2 Out. And from the CTRL 1/2 Out to the Footswitch in of the amp.
        • Aug 4
      • Channel Switching the Bugera G5 with the Boss MS-3
        Joe Rojas Here's the cable I'm using.
        • Aug 4
      • Channel Switching the Bugera G5 with the Boss MS-3
        William Reichling Hello Joe, It appears the Boss MS3 may not support dual button footswitch function. So using a mono 1/4 inch cable should give you the ability to switch from clean to overdrive but not turn the reverb on and off.
        • Aug 4
      • Channel Switching the Bugera G5 with the Boss MS-3
        William Reichling https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBaXLCMHt7E&list=RDh6NNHko6y1E&index=2
        • Aug 4
    • Joe Rojas
      William Reichling https://www.amazon.com/TISINO-6-35mm-Stereo-Balanced-Interconnect/dp/B07SQ2LH5Q
      • Aug 3
  • 2020-07-28

    Good day! So I own a Bugera G5 amp head and absolutely love it. A couple days ago it started losing power or something to that nature. My emulated output does work as well as the send/return. I've changed both tubes now... Not sure what to do at this point... The distortion, loss of power only happens at the amplifier output to the speaker. I've checked my speaker, cables and tired other guitars.  The infinium LED for the tubes sometimes lights up even at a low wattage and even though I've put in new tubes. I give up and need help. Please help!

     
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    • Abnersanchez
      Alexander Lane Hi, could you please contact support using the "support" button at the top of the page? Technical support and fill out the required details. The amp may need a service
      • Jul 29
    • Abnersanchez
      Abnersanchez Thank you I have. Haven't heard back yet.
      • Jul 29
      • BUGERA G5 SOUNDS LIKE IT'S DYING
        Alexander Lane Please give them 24 hours to respond, if they don't within 24 hours pop me an email with your case number.

        [email protected]
        • Jul 30
  • 2020-07-20

    I'm looking to purchase 2 new cabinets for this amp. I always biamp so 1 cabinet to channel A and 1 cabinet to channel B through the crossover.  My question is what should be my Ohm rating per cabinet? 2 x 8 ohm cabinets or 2 x 4 ohm cabinets? And what should be the minimum wattage of each cabinet?

    Please help, as I only want to buy once and cry once!

    Joe

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    • JL1103
      Dave Morrison Minimum impedance is 2Ω/channel. You could run a cabinet with two 4Ω drivers in each cab. You can safely run a cab with two 8Ω drivers; it just won't be as loud. If you run at full volume at 2Ω, you theoretically need a cab rated a 2000W.
      • Jul 20
    • JL1103
      JL1103 Thanks Dave!
      • Jul 21
    • JL1103
      JL1103 Thanks Dave
      • Jul 21
    • JL1103
      JL1103 Just for clarity, when Bugera states 2x1950w/2 ohms, In the owners manual, you divide the wattage by the number of cabinets? If this is correct, 2x1380/4 ohms would mean 2 x 8 ohm cabinets at 700 watts each should cover the amps out put?
      • Jul 21
    • JL1103
      Dave Morrison The manual is not so clear, probably because it's a muddy subject. Perception of power is tricky. If you have a 100W amp and want it twice as loud, you need 400W. Amps are also measured using sine waves from test instruments. Since the power output of your amp is dependent not only on the amp's gain, but also your input signal. The way you play affects the power you produce. Rating cabinets is difficult because of the unknown factors: how was the amp measured, and the "quality" of the input signal. A distorted signal (Fuzz and overdrive) has more "energy" than a clean signal.
      If you are a clean player and don't play a full volume, then 700W ought to be fine. You could probably use a vintage Fender Bassman. If you push it to the max, you could "toast" nearly anything.
      • Jul 21
  • 2020-07-17
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    • Bugera
      JL1103 I need some help selecting speakers for my BTX3600 and can't find anyone to ask. Can you help me ?
      • Jul 20
    • Bugera
      William Reichling Sure, what would you like to know?
      • Jul 24
  • 2020-07-13
    Hello! So I have had a Bugera G5 for a few months now, it's been a great amp. But a about a month ago it started crackling and losing power out of the amplified output going to a Park 4x12 8ohm, but the Emulated output does work. Changed the ECC83 power tube but no change in the amplified output. Not sure what's going on, or if It has to do with the 12BH7A but it seems to be healthy. The crackling and loss of power only happens the amplifier output. Any Ideas?
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    • newmanhax
      William Reichling If you have changed the power tubes and are still having an issue there maybe something else going on. At the top of this page, click Support -> Care -> Create a Care Ticket and select Type: Service Request. Make sure that you enter all required (*) data before clicking Submit. The Care team will respond by email
      • Jul 15
    • newmanhax
      Abnersanchez I'm having the same is issue what is it?
      • Jul 28
    • newmanhax
      William Reichling Abnersanchez, It would be hard to diagnose without putting it on a service technician's bench to diagnose. If you create a support ticket we can get this set up for you. At the top of this page, click Support -> Care -> Create a Care Ticket and select Type: Service Request. Make sure that you enter all required (*) data before clicking Submit. The Care team will respond by email
      • Jul 30
  • 2020-07-08
    Is it possible to assign one of the buttons on the switch 3 to the guitar boost feature?
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    • Celestin
      Leah D Hey Celestin! You can definitely do this. Here's some information from the device manual:


      "Guitar Boost is also available by mapping the MIX button to a footswitch. This acts as a +6dB level increase for solos and the like. The MIX button is lit white when boost is ON and unlit when boost is OFF."


      Check out page 13 of the User Manual for more info on assigning parameters to the Switch-3:
      https://mediadl.musictribe.com/media/PLM/data/docs/P0DED/PERFORM-VG_M_EN.pdf
      • Jul 8
  • 2020-07-08
    Hi there I have a bugera 333 head and the effects loop won’t work. I connected a electro harmonic tone tattoo pedal through it and I get no sound any idea on how to fix?
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    • JayEli
      William Reichling Hello Jay Eli, I'm assuming that if you are hooking the tattoo pedal to the effects loop that you are trying to bypass the preamp section of your 333 head altogether. If this is the case, you want to go from the out of the tattoo pedal, into the effects return of your 333 head. Also, be sure to set the input level of the return with the level knob on the back of the amp. In this scenario, you will be bypassing all of the tone controls on the front end of the amp and getting all of your tone from the tattoo pedal. Since this is a distortion pedal, you would usually plug it into the amp's front end. You don't want to plug it into the send and return of the effects loop; It would not sound terrific.
      • Jul 9
  • 2020-07-07
    Hello, my name is Gustavo, I am from Argentina. Yesterday I bought a Bugera G5 Infinium valve head. It has an 8ohms output and says next to that output "minimal". This means that I can connect a 16ohms speaker and I will not have any kind of problem? Thank you!!
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    • GuusOlivella
      William Reichling You should be able to run 16 ohm cabs with the 8 ohm load. As long as the cab is higher or the same, you should be fine.
      • Jul 15
  • 2020-07-06
    Hello there! Just got my hands on a 6262 212 combo and am loving the heck out of it. I've been told these things are wired a little differently, so here is my question: The combo is set stock at 16Ω, while using the second speaker out, should I be using a 16Ω cabinet? I do not know of the outs are wired series or parallel, so if anyone knows, please share!
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    • Rahovart
      William Reichling Hello, The output is wired in parallel so a 16 ohm extension cab would be Ideal when using it with the internal speaker at the same time. Be sure to set the switch to 8 ohms if you do. You can unplug the internal speaker if you want to use a 4x12 by itself. be sure to match the switch to the single cab ohm load if you do.
      • Jul 15
  • 2020-07-02
    BXD15 BXD15A I would like to know the difference between those two models and how it is possible that they give 1000w of power if the speaker is 250w.
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