Bugera V22 Infinium

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This item runs exclusively on an operating voltage of 230 and therefore requires a voltage transformer to run in your country of United States.

All-tube guitar combo

  • 2 Channels
  • Power: 22 W
  • 3x 12AX7 Preamp tubes
  • 2x EL 84 power amplifier tubes
  • Equipped with a 1x 12" Turbosound speaker
  • 2 Inputs: "Normal" and "Bright"
  • 1 Clean control
  • 1 Gain control
  • 1 Volume control
  • 3-Band EQ
  • 1 Master control
  • 1 Presence control
  • Built-in digital reverb
  • Switchable between triode and pentode
  • Impedance switchable between 4, 8 and 16 ohms
  • 2 External speaker outputs
  • Input for foot switch
  • Effects loop
  • Weight: 19.4 kg
  • Incl. 2-way foot switch (FSB102A)
  • Suitable optional case: Art.283116 (not included)
available since July 2014
Item number 341358
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Power 22 W
Speaker size 1x 12"
Power Amp Tubes EL84
Channels 2
Reverb Yes
External FX Loop Yes
Recording Output No
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker Yes
Headphone connection No
Footswitch connection Yes
Incl. Footswitch Yes
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Great clean amp for pedals!
Anonymous 01.01.2017
Before deciding to buy this amp, I tried out all the top names and models in my price range but always found a reason to not go with one of those. Either due to the lack of a midrange control knob, too much of a tone difference between the clean and the OD channel, it being way too bright sounding or the worse which is not having enough clean headroom. For me the most important thing on an amp is a warm but crystal clear clean tone with lots of headroom. The second most important is that it take pedals great.The amp also has to be able to be played both at bedroom and club gig volumes.

I play with the Seymour Duncan Hot Rodded humbucker set on my Ibanez prestige ar2619 and was pleasantly surprised with the tone I was able to dial in, exactly what I was looking for, "Warm and crystal clear". Furthermore, all my pedals sound great on this amp which is no surprise when you can achieve such a full bodied and articulate tone.

For those who are curious about what pedals I use: Wah-Wah, OD, Fuzz, Octaver, Phaser, Tremolo, Envelope Follower, Analog Delay, and Digital Reverb.

Now to the pros: a warm and crystal clear clean tone, plenty of clean headroom, takes pedals great, really nice looking, nice sounding reverb p, sturdy and nice feeling foot pedal and last but not least, an incredible value for what it offers.

Now the cons: OD channel sounds best with the gain around 7 so its not as versatile as a pedal, I would have liked a bit more bass tone to work with, but it has enough, the reverb doesn't sound as good at high settings, the effects loop hisses slightly but then again, since I don't use the OD channel I put my pedalboard in the front of the amp and there it is dead silent.

So to sum this all up, I feel that unless you are looking for the specific sound that one of the well known brands offer and are willing to pay dearly for it, this amp should satisfy your needs and offer you good basis for your pedals.

A great value and equally great service from the people at Thomann!
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3Sandstone 20.10.2020
After considering other tube amps combos for home hobby playing, I decided for this one. It has definetly not the sound od Princenton Reverb from Fender, but for 320 Eur, it is a good value.
With the external overdrive box or through the own overdrive chanel it gives the real rock experience and sound.
Playing the clear tones without any effects as in jazz music or similar, I would say, the sound is a bit doubtful. You have to work with setting to get the tone you desire.
My feeling is that the higher tones sounds, as the loudspeaker was made from old aluminium cooking pot. :-(
Of course, all regarding tones is rather about the feeling of your own ear.
The box of the amp seems to be solid, the knobs durable, footswitch made of metal as well, the diods in footswitch produce reasonable light and I am pretty happy with this amp.
If considering any kind of upgrade of this amp, the change of the Turbosound louspeaker seems to be an option.
I can reccomend this amp for those, they wish to have first tube amp experience, and save money at same time.
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Fantastic value for money
repo251 01.08.2019
Unreal clean sound and for the price, it’s a steal. I gots my epi LP with BK pups and 11s and a couple o' Hagstrom jazzboxes running thru it with Xotic EP n SP pedals, TCs flashback and Hof and occasionally Mojomojo and it’s just great. Clean fast jazz with thomastik strings is bloody marvellous. Then again I haven’t had a valve amp for years so..
Very good price, not too big, fabulous sound!!
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My Precious
Anonymous 01.12.2014
after reading and watching many reviews i was in two minds, its £200 how can this be anything but a pile off ****
obviously i went for it because for 1. thomann has great returns and 2. i have spent more on pedals that i dont use.
verdict...... this amp is an education to all of us, how something that was invented before the shopping bag can sound great without the ridiculous price tag.

i would babble on about the amazing sound and how well made it feels but theres plenty of that on the net. and really its down to your own ears to decide. all i can say is i may have to order another to keep in the loft just incase something ungod like happens to it. cause i may not be able to survive without it.
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