Bugera T50 Infinium 50-watt 2-channel Class-A Tube Head

50-watt, 2-channel Tube Amp Head with Switchable Class A/Class AB Operation and Onboard Reverb
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Packed with four 12AX7 preamp tubes and two EL34 power tubes, the handbuilt 50-watt Bugera T50 Infinium guitar amplifier head serves up all of the tube-soaked tones that you've heard on countless songs throughout the history of the electric guitar. Complete with a high-definition reverb switchable Class A/AB operation, the T50 Infinium is a does-it-all guitar amp. On top of that, Bugera's Tube Life Multiplier Technology ensures that the T50 Infinium guitar amplifier gives you reliability and consistent tone over the lifespan of your tubes. And thanks to its two-channel design, you can cover everything from glassy cleans to raging distortion with the Bugera T50 Infinium tube amp.

Bugera T50 Infinium Guitar Amplifier at a Glance:
  • Classic all-tube design provides sweet harmonics and warm distortion
  • High-definition reverb puts the finishing touch on your sound
  • Infinium technology takes the hassle and expense out of tube tone
Classic all-tube design provides sweet harmonics and warm distortion

Inside the Bugera T50 Infinium guitar amplifier you'll find four 12AX7 preamp tubes, as well as a pair of EL34 power tubes, giving you iconic all-tube tone. For sonic versatility, you can switch between Class A operation for classic warmth or Class AB for a tighter modern sound.

High-definition reverb puts the finishing touch on your sound

The Bugera T50 Infinium guitar amplifier's high-definition reverb adds a distinctive polish to your sound. Fully adjustable, the T5's reverb can provide you with all sorts of different effects. From subtle ambience to a cavernous, reverberant arena, the T5 can pull it off.

Infinium technology takes the hassle and expense out of tube tone

Sweetwater guitarists agree that it's hard to beat real tube tone. But we also know that the cost involved in owning and maintaining a tube guitar amplifier can be prohibitive. Bugera's 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.

Bugera T50 Infinium Guitar Amplifier Features:
  • 12AX7 preamp tubes and EL34 power tubes provide sweet harmonics and warm distortion
  • 2-channel design has you covered from cleans and crunch to full-on distortion
  • Infinium Tube Life Multiplier technology extends the lifespan of your tubes
  • Individual tone controls (Bass, Mid, Treble) for each channel
  • Speaker-emulated direct output for sending your tone directly to a PA or recording system
  • Integrated high-definition reverb with dedicated reverb control
  • Footswitch included for channel switching and FX loop
Get true tube tone and power attenuation with the Bugera T50 Infinium!

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Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 2
Total Power 50W, Class AB/A
Reverb Yes
EQ 3-band EQ
Preamp Tubes 4 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 2 x EL34
Inputs 1 x 1/4" instrument
Outputs 2 x 1/4" speaker out, 1 x 1/4" DI out
Effects Loop Yes
Footswitch I/O Yes, channel/reverb
Height 12.7"
Width 17.9"
Depth 6.2"
Weight 26.4 lbs
Manufacturer Part Number T50INFINIUM

Customer Reviews

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Great amp and great price

I have had this amp for awhile now,I just switched the tubes to 6l6's because that's what I'm used to playing through and it's just what I wanted. Very nice amp.

amazing value

This is a pure tube amp, and can get pretty close to my F-nder B-ssman in tone. I am running it through 2 c-lestions. I love the reverb, I don't use the dirty channel too much. thats not my style. I would rather put a blues buster on the front for distortion. My twin is still the best but really loud.

bugera T50 infinium and beyond

Awesome amplifier !The lead channel can get real dirty and handle anything from classic rock to overdriven blues and heavy metal no problem. And I mean heavy metal no problem. the clean channel is nice and crisp and will drive pretty well at higher volumes. The construction is hefty and well put together. I bought this head and the 212 TS cabinet together. both products arrived undamaged in any way (well packaged) and the customer service from my Sweetwater rep (Ken Davis) was exceptional. A real professional company to deal with.
Music background: 25 years guitar and bass.

Very refined amplifier

The first thing noticed was how quiet it is. Quiet signal/noise wise. Plenty of roar to clean. 4 preamp tubes has a lot of variety at hand. Looks well made and the transformer for power is huge. When fedex delivered it he said this is heavy. The other output transformer is big also for a 50 watt amp. The video Bugera made says you can put in even a mix tubes. Or go to 6L6 or a few others due to the auto tube biasing. 3 year warranty is great also. There is no multi power setting but because of the way the volume control is phase driven it behaves excellent with full tone low or loud. Have a few others bogner, marshall, carvin, blackstar and this is really a deal for the low cost. Effects loop even though would of liked a level for that over say the high cut control it works great so far with effects that have tried with it. No added noise at all. A lot of great sound for very little cash.
Music background: composer, synth, piano, guitar, progressive rock

Great Amp at a Great Price

Just got this a week ago and I'm loving the amp. Back in the day I played an Ampeg V4, a Marshall 50 watt and a Peavey Classic 30. I tried various modeling amps to try and relive those sounds with no success. From the first note out of the T50 I knew I had found the sound I was looking for. Playing a Les Paul Traditional, an American Standaed Strat and a Road Worn Telecaster. The clean channel is great and unlike solid state amps it has a roundness and body that solid state can't achieve. Crank it up and you get that sweet start of break up. The gain channel takes me right back to standing in front of my cranked V4 with that great midrange 70's crunch I love. I got the 1x12 speaker cab and it is great too. I have a Celestion Greenback laying around and thought maybe I would swap it out with the Turbosound, but after playing it, I'm leaving it stock. Looking forward to trying out different power tubes for even more sounds. I know Bugera gets a bad rap for past QC problems but this thing is built like a tank and time will tell, but I'm looking forward to a long relationship with this amp. I looked all over for a used one, but no one seems to be selling and I can understand why...sweet amp at a sweet price. If you're on the fence on this one go ahead and pull the trigger, you won't regret it.
Music background: Former Professional, still gig occasionally
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