Accessible Tube Tone
If you’re after traditional ’80s rock and metal tone, then Bugera designed the 6260 all-tube guitar amplifier head just for you. Clean/crunch and lead channels are really all you need to get the tone of the ages, the 6262 gives you a single EQ section, master reverb and presence controls, and high- and low-gain inputs to make sure you have what you need for dialing in your perfect tone. Variable impedance, a direct out for your sound engineer, and individual channel volume control means the Bugera 6260 all-tube guitar amplifier head may be the last you’ll ever want to play.
120W of boutique-quality tone, with two versatile channels.
Bugera’s goal with the 120W 6260 tube guitar head was the tone of a high-power, super-lead amp, with all the virile crunch it takes to detonate the center stage. With 6L6s this design has a very open and glassy tone; with EL34s, it takes on a more compressed and noticeably midrange character. With the master up and using the Clean gain knob for volume, you get pristine, yet fat clean power. Turning the Clean gain up gradually causes the amp to react like a non-master volume amp, and achieves a very natural sounding overdrive, what the company calls “Texas Clean”.
Turning the master and gain up together causes the amp to react like a non-master volume amp. Turning Clean channel gain up achieves a very natural sounding overdrive. The amp will react sharply to changes in volume or attack from the instrument. The Crunch setting is simply the clean channel with more gain from another 12AX7 to create the rock ˜n roll rhythm sound heard on all your classic rock faves. The Bright switch helps darker sounding instruments cut through and really shines when using a hollow or semi-hollow body guitar.
The Lead channel is all about articulate gain and sustain. Copious amounts of harmonics and compression help solos stand out and cut thru the band with ease. Separate master volumes allow for easy rhythm-clean/solo-lead switching with total control over the level of each sound.