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Note moyenne :4.2( 4.2/5 sur 13 avis )
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Mb717931/07/2008

L'avis de Mb7179

Bugera 333XL
Caractéristiques :
-Ampli tout lampes 120 Watts
- 3 canaux (clair, crunch, lead)
3 canaux hyper pratiques. Canal lead hargneux. Fonction XL (boost) sur canaux lead et crunch.

Sortie line out
réglage du niveau d'entrée et de sortie de la boucle.
noise gate sur crunch et lead

En gros une config idéal

UTILISATION

Utilisation :
Il faut un petit moment pour trouver le son que l'on veut mais ça sonne comme même assez vite très gros
Les potentiomètres sont très sensible

SONORITÉS

Excellent son clair,
Les sons en disto sont très variable selon les réglages donc très polyvalente
Elle sont de très bonne qualité, et n'ont rien à envier comparer à certaines grandes marque d'ampli trois fois plus chère.
Personnellement j'ai une trimode de radial dans mon pedalboard, et bien je trouve largement mon compte avec cette ampli concernant les distos, malgré que la trimode soit plus prècise évidement.
Le noise gate est très intéressant car utiliser avec précaution, il ne bouffe pas tout et ça c'est plutôt sympa

AVIS GLOBAL

Je referais ce choix sans problème, j'étudie même l'achat du combo pour voir ce que ça donne, et pour les répète c'est plus sympa à transporter je pense.
J'ai pris cette tête par curiosité, vu le prix je n'avais pas grand chose a perdre , vu que je bidouille un petit peu les têtes d'ampli au pire des cas, j'aurais pu la modifié, eh bien en faite je crois que je vais même pas y toucher.......
Rapport qualité prix imbattable à ce jour.....
J'ai fait de nombreuse marque d'ampli JCM800/JCM900, Brunetti, Hugues en kettner, Mesa, et bien là il faut admettre que je suis tombé par terre que j'ai entendu sonné la bête.
A voir dans le temps pour la fiabilité!!!!!
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Mattfig22/06/2012

L'avis de Mattfig (contenu en anglais)"Quite nice"

Bugera 333XL
This is an all tube amp...Standard 1/4 connections...

Here's the specs:
Hand-built 120-Watt amplifier driven by 4 x EL34 valves (convertible to 6L6)
Classic 3-channel preamp design (Clean, Crunch, Lead) featuring 4 x 12AX7 valves
Integrated high-class reverb with dedicated Reverb control
XL switches on the Lead and Crunch channels for absolute killer sounds
Independent Equalizer sections for each channel with dedicated Bass, Mid and Treble control
Classic Presence control for awesome sound shaping
Impedance switch (4, 8 and 16 Ohm) to match virtually any speaker cabinet
FX Loop with independent Send and Return level controls also serves as Boost function
Heavy-duty footswitch for Channel selection and FX Loop/Boost function included
Line output with dedicated Level control

UTILIZATION

The sound is pretty nice with EL34s...WIth 6L6 it sounds buzzy....It's easy to control and understand and dialing it in is quite simple....You'll know within twenty minutes if you like it or not,,,,I liked it but not enough to keep it...

It is not built well enough to withstand road treatment although if you are keeping it in one place, it sure looks nice...

The manual is quite useful and informative....It tells you how to get what you want from the amp which is cool...

SOUNDS

All guts and basses sounded as they should through this amp...It seems to prefer hum buckers as it is based on heavy tone...Its tone falls somewhere between Marshall and Peavey...Has the Marshall mids but the peavey fuzz...

The cleans are acceptable....Crunch is ok....OD is the best channel....Quite mean and easy to control...Not the greatest end tone but it's more than respectable...

The additional controls give you quite a bit of tone shaping ability...

OVERALL OPINION

I like the look and features on this amp...But mainly, I liked the price...It is better than what you pay for...Just not as much as I hoped...

The tone is not anything new or unique...Generic rock and metal....It's good tone...Just a middle-of-the-road rock tone...

I have many other amps and wanted to lie this one but just couldn't...WOuldn't buy a Bugera again...Unless it was one that was road-worthy...
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iamqman31/01/2012

L'avis de iamqman (contenu en anglais)"Three meat and cheese"

Bugera 333XL
Bugera is really known for their budget friendly amplifiers that take on the more well-known amplification companies and expand upon it. This is a three channel 120 W amplifier that is EL 34-based power section. You have three channels of operation consisting of clean, crunch, and lead channel. There's a lot of features involved in this amplifier such as being able to convert it to a 6L6 power tube section. That is reminiscent of the Mesa boogie amplifier is to allow you to switch between EL 34 power tubes and the 6L6 power tubes. This gives the user a lot more versatility and their tone and being confined to one style power tube section.

UTILIZATION

Hand-built 120-Watt amplifier driven by 4 x EL34 valves (convertible to 6L6)
Classic 3-channel preamp design (Clean, Crunch, Lead) featuring 4 x 12AX7 valves for terrifying punch and mind-blowing gain
Integrated high-class reverb with dedicated Reverb control
XL switches on the Lead and Crunch channels for absolute killer sounds
Independent Equalizer sections for each channel with dedicated Bass, Mid and Treble control
Classic Presence control for awesome sound shaping
Impedance switch (4, 8 and 16 Ohm) to match virtually any speaker cabinet
FX Loop with independent Send and Return level controls also serves as Boost function
Heavy-duty footswitch for Channel selection and FX Loop/Boost function included
Line output with dedicated Level control
High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life


SOUNDS


The clean tone on this amplifier is not that bad really you can't do a whole lot of variation and features with a clean tone.... it either sounds good or it doesn't. The crunch channel is a British style tone you can get you anywhere from 70s rock all away up to new or modern tones. The lead channel is a little bit higher in its saturation as well as the mid range is more higher focused. This gives the user a lot more usable lead sounds from this channel. They do you get a few extra bells and whistles for each channel that include reverb and its own EQ section for each. There is a lot of shaping ability in the sand which allows a variety of possible sounds.

OVERALL OPINION

This is a good amplifier for someone who needs a budget friendly amplifier with three channels of operation. If you need something that's going to cover a lot of ground and a lot of bases and this might be the way to go for you. Overall visitation sound amplifier but nothing that I would take on the road because I would not trust its durability on the road because of the build quality falls in this amplifier. But if you need something that's cheap and you can basically use for practice or at home playing then this might be a way to go.