Bugera 6262 Infinium 120-watt 2-channel Tube Head

120-watt 2-channel All-tube Guitar Amplifier, Reverb, FX Loop, Variable Impedance, EQ, 2-way Footswitch, and Infinium Technology
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Accessible Tube Tone

If you're after traditional '80s rock and metal tone, then Bugera designed the 6262 Infinium 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, but the 6262 Infinium gives you individual EQ sections, master reverb and presence controls for each channel, 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 6262 Infinium all-tube guitar amplifier head may be the last you'll ever want to play.

Bugera 6262 Infinium All-tube Guitar Amplifier Head at a Glance:
  • Infinium technology takes the hassle and expense out of tube tone
  • Channels designed to give you classic rock tone
  • Features every guitar player needs
Infinium technology takes the hassle and expense out of tube tone

Sweetwater guitarists agree that there's no tone like tube tone. But we also know that the cost involved in owning and maintaining a tube guitar amplifier can be prohibitive. Solid-state amps have come a long way, but even the best amp model can't beat true tube tone, and Bugera's Infinium technology means no more compromising what you want. The Infinium circuit is designed to optimize the performance of your output tubes and distribute the load evenly between the tubes, giving you tonal integrity and reliability. By automatically adjusting current levels, aging tubes are compensated for and your tone retains that toasty, day one sound throughout its life. Tubes, by nature, do wear out and die, but when you play an Infinium amp, you'll never worry. This exclusive technology allows you to grab whatever replacement tube you have on hand and get back to playing - there's no matching necessary. In fact, now you can mix and match tubes to create your very own signature sound without the hassle and expense of buying matched pairs. And because Infinium is a bit like having your own guitar amp tech with you on every gig, you get up to 20 times more life out of your tubes. When it is time to change one out, you'll know exactly where to go, thanks to the life-monitoring LED readout that keeps you in the know about your amp's health. Only Bugera makes the joy of owning and playing a tube amplifier this accessible and easy!

Channels designed to give you classic rock tone

The 6262 Infinium exists to be your go-to rock amp. Fundamentally the same amp as Bugera's 6260 Infinium but with more midrange, you get tone like a super-lead amp and enough crunch to break a tooth on. Tweaking the channel gains gives you different flavors. For responsiveness from your attack and dynamics, turn up the clean gain to get that Texas clean, natural overdrive. If you need some grit just leave the clean gain up, kick it into crunch mode and settle in to familiar, classic rock rhythm tones. The lead channel gives you tons of harmonics and compression for articulate, sustaining solo tones. And with separate master volumes for both channels, you can easily switch from rhythm-clean to solo-lead with total volume control.

Features every guitar player needs

The 6262 Infinium would be awesome as it stands, but Bugera made sure to put options and features at your fingertips that make your playing experience second to none. You get an FX loop, reverb and presence controls on each channel, and if you need to feed the PA or other mixer or interface, there's also a line output. Variable impedance options make this all-tube guitar amplifier a great companion for almost any speaker cabinet, and, thanks to exceptional construction and components, you'll be rocking the handbuilt 6262 Infinium for years to come. They've even included the footswitch - this amp is a superb value!

Bugera 6262 Infinium All-tube Guitar Amplifier Head Features:
  • Handbuilt, 120-watt all-tube amplifier driven by 4 x 6L6 tubes for huge tone
  • Classic 2-channel preamp design (clean/crunch and lead) features 6 x 12AX7 tubes for thick versatile tone
  • Clean channel bright switch adds a bit of sparkle to your tone
  • Heavy-duty footswitch for channel selection and FX loop included so you can rock straight out of the box
  • Preamp direct out gets you plugged into the PA or for recording direct signal
  • Individual channel reverb and presence controls let you get just the sound you want
  • Revolutionary Infinium tube life multiplier technology extends the life of your power tubes up to 20 times
  • Infinium provides incredible reliability and consistent tone without the need for expensive matched tube sets
  • Mix and match any combination of compatible tube types and brands to build your own signature sound
  • Valve life-monitoring LEDs display individual defective tubes for easy replacement
  • Independent equalizer sections with dedicated bass, mid, and treble controls for precise tone shaping
  • FX loop with dedicated level control ready for your pedalboard
  • Impedance switch lets you use virtually any speaker cabinet
  • High-quality components and rugged construction ensure long life
Get classic and affordable tube tone with Bugera's 6262 Infinium!

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Guitar Amp Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 2
Total Power 120W
Reverb Yes
EQ 3-band
Preamp Tubes 6 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 4 x 6L6
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 3 x 1/4"
Effects Loop Yes
Footswitch I/O Yes
Height 9.8"
Width 27"
Depth 9.7"
Weight 47 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 6262INFINIUM

Customer Reviews

5/5
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5/5

Amazed

I bought this amp about 5 months ago so it has had time to wear in. This amp has blown me away with how amazing it is. First off it is super loud I play in a prog band and I have never turned it up over 3 and when it was at like 2 and a half I was overpowering the drums. The next thing about this amp is the tone the cleans are buttery and smooth and with the reverb(which also goes to 11) makes the clean channel sing. The crunch channel does all of your vintage tones really well it likes to have a tube screamer to push it a little though. And finally the LEAD channel not only does it sound amazing but it has so much gain that I run it at about 1 o'clock and it has enough gain to do something like suicide silence(if that's what your into) In my opinion this is one amazing amp and for the price it's even more amazing if your looking for a metal amp that has great cleans look no further this is the amp for you. On a side note sweet water is the best music company in the world they help u through all the steps of purchasing an amp
5/5

Bugera 6260

I had reservations about this amp like most guitar players would. Everything I read online said these amps were awesome. The big drawback for me was the horror stories I heard / read about these amps blowing up in people faces. I watched all the U tube videos and everything. But I decided to go ahead and take the risk and try one out. A big fan of Marshall amps and especially Peavey 6505+ I wanted an amp that could give that high gain sound. The brown sound and beyond... to Metal Extreme. I wasn't disappointed. The Amp Delivered. Fender tweed, Vox, Plexi, early Marshall, High gain And that signanature 6505 sound was there. I was amazed. Depending on channel and gain settings there is nothing you can't achieve. More gain than you would ever need for Death metal, and clean enough for country and blues..I played an outdoor gig with this amp in 106 degree weather, and it didnt flinch.
Music background: Hard rock Metal
5/5

The Bugera 6262 Rocks. Literally.

After a lot of research on the Bugera 6262, I decided to purchase my first tube amplifier. I've always wanted to experience that tube sound that people always talk about, but I feared I couldn't afford it, since tube amplifiers are so incredibly expensive. After searching for a high wattage tube amplifier for an excellent price, I found Bugera. I wanted something for metal in the Bugera line, and decided to go with the 6262. I received the box with the amp in it, along with the 412f Bugera BK cabinent, I immediately noticed how heavy it was. I like heavy. It's usually a sign of durability. I plugged everything up and began to play my first tube amplifier! I was blown away by the volume levels and tone. -The Lead Channel If you worry about not getting enough gain on this head, worry no longer. I never push it past 6. I usually keep it at 4, (or 2, when using a overdrive pedal). This thing sounds tight. Produces beautiful tight palm mutes, crushing riffs, and face melting solos. A killer metal tone. I wish the EQ section changed the tone more drastically. It's hard to notice a difference by just turning the knobs slightly up or down, you really have crank on the knobs to notice a difference. But it definitely is plenty enough to get the tone you want. -The Clean Channel After messing around with the knobs, I found a beautiful clean tone. It sounds alive, unlike a lot of solid state amps I have played clean on. The "Bright" option is awesome. It brings out a lot of higher frequencies to get more of a "twang" in your sound. In the clean channel, their is a "crunch" option. I'm in love with it. When set properly, it can create amazing classic rock tone solos and riffs. The EQ on this channel seemed easier to change. I could here the difference by lightly turning the knobs up or down, unlike the lead channel. -The Reverb The Reverb really isn't anything special. It sounds good for what type of reverb it is, but I honestly don't fancy it. I'd much rather prefer a reverb pedal, used in the FX loop option. -Construction/Durability Like I said before, this thing is heavy. The knobs seem durable, and feel awesome. You get that slight resistance when turning the knob, which feels really good. The front and back plates of the head are completely metal. The logo however is a cheap plastic that is held to the metal faceplate by glue, and a sliding nut. Still looks good though ;) I've had it for a week now, and haven't experienced any problems thus far. I hear Bugera has come a long way in durability over the years. I am very satisfied with my purchase overall. If you're on a tight budget and want an amazing sound tube amplifier for metal or rock, you can't go wrong here. Especially with the sweetwater warranty.
Music background: Amatuer Proudcer, Guitar Player.
4.5/5

Affordable world class guitar amp

I've tried and played many guitar heads, for example 5150 II, and EVH 3, Peavey triple XXX, Valve King, JCM 800, 900, Egnater, Blackstar HT60, Randall RH and RG heads all of which are excellent heads and they all sound amazing and all have they own signature sound. they also aren't cheap for the exception of the Randall rh head which is solid state. The bugera is affordable slightly over 500.00 and has a great sound. meaning it can go from nice sparkly cleans to over the top high gain metal! I use the head through a custom 2x12 loaded with eminence wizard and governor, mostly high gain stuff and it sounds great!! Another great feature that hardly any amps on the market have is the ability to self bias, yes! I know what your thinking, no tube amp self bias, but these Infinium amps do! Just put in either 6L6 or El34 tubes and your good to go! I'm on pro but I have playing guitar for over 25 years and enjoy and follow all the greatest gear. That being said, I highly recommend this amp! Yes it's made in china but whatever there quality control is doing, there are doing a great job! This is not Chinese junk, some will argue that on the forums, but I'm sold on bugera's products! Affordable world class sounding amplifiers!!
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