Bugera 1960 INFINIUM 150-W Hi-Gain Valve Amp Head
Bugera did a lot of listening to obscure, long-departed Brit designs and spent the better part of a year tweaking the hand- selected EL34s and ECC83 tubes to give the 1960 INFINIUM its tremendous range of tonal options. They added a no-compromise post-phase-inverter master volume that can be bypassed for direct signal path and a huge output transformer with specially nested windings for increased dynamic response and clarity. The onboard FX Loop (with true bypass) is ideal for use with external FX, preamps or modeling processors, making the 1960 the go-to amplifier for massive stage sound and unbridled versatility. But the 1960 INFINIUM has one feature that distinguishes it from all other amps in its class—the two channels come equipped with 2 input jacks each that be used in separate, parallel or cascading operation, bridging the tonal eras of the '60s, '70s and '80s. For example, you can experience classic rock sound by plugging into the upper left input, which puts CH1 + CH2 in parallel (same as using a patch cable between them), or use the upper right input for a vintage CH2 sound. The upper left and right inputs can also be used individually to bring two independent signals to CH1 and CH2. The lower jacks provide series (cascaded) operation for Classic Hi- Gain (CH1 + CH2). Individually, the lower right jack can be used for -6 dB gain, while the lower left jack provides normal high impedance gain.