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[quote name='mrn1989' timestamp='1422959732' post='2678754']
2000 WATT?? [url="http://www.bugera-amps.com/EN/namm-landing-v1.aspx"]http://www.bugera-am...landing-v1.aspx[/url]
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2000W peak maybe.

Veyron tube is a Streamliner copy :)

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[quote name='Mcgiver69' timestamp='1422993608' post='2679312']
And yes I hate that bloody kid in the first video, too much young to have more talent than me.
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Really?? I know he's young, but he didn't impress me. Seemed like he was reproducing the fingering a bit mechanically,with very little musicality, I thought.

Mind you I'd go completely to pieces if I were put in that situation!

Edited by Count Bassy

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Tube version - the 3-way mid EQ is like the Streamliner.

Mosfet version - the 5-way mid EQ, Ultra-High, and Ultra-Low switches are lifted from Ampeg,

The integral side-grab handle is reminiscent of the TC micro heads.

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[quote name='dieseldalziel' timestamp='1426425245' post='2717895']
So does anyone have one of these yet? Either tube or Mosfet? I'm very tempted..
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[url="http://basschat.co.uk/topic/258138-bugera-veyron-t/"]disssa has one[/url]

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I'm very curious about this amp & cab. Could be a great backup rig ? Past experience with behringer stuff has not been good.
Would love to know the weight of the 210 cab as there's no info on the site. Very odd no to have specs available.

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So has anyone on here that owns one experianced any reliability issues with it? I have an amp that's about to give up the ghost and my budget at the moment is relatively limited and this looks, on paper like a good contender.

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Needs to ship with a hard case, these amps which are boxes with knobs sticking out are not very robust if anything falls over in the van.
A hard case custom made with a nice handle .

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[quote name='Modman' timestamp='1431346798' post='2770189']
So has anyone on here that owns one experianced any reliability issues with it? I have an amp that's about to give up the ghost and my budget at the moment is relatively limited and this looks, on paper like a good contender.
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I have the 1001T (tube) model and love it - it has become my main gigging amp for my Stingray, suits it so much better than my other Ashdown. Only gigged it a handful of times though, so reserving judgement for a month or two.

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[quote name='flippyfloop' timestamp='1426772931' post='2721776']
Would love to know the weight of the 210 cab as there's no info on the site. Very odd no to have specs available.
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The weight of the [url="http://disssa.jimdo.com/reviews/amps/bugera-bt210ts/"]BT210TS[/url] is 22kg. Thats is not "light-weight", because Bugera used MDF instead of lighter cab-material...

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There are no detailed reviews but here are some videos and make your own conclusions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9e9n0TX_W7g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTpioN2g7Bg

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[quote name='Guinness21' timestamp='1437179547' post='2824339']
To anyone curious, I emailed Bugera asking what the rms for this head was. They said it's 500w at 4 ohms.
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So way off what they advertise...

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[quote name='Musicman20' timestamp='1437213955' post='2824444']
So way off what they advertise...
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I think it was obvious (if not clearly stated) that they're bragging on peak not RMS. 2k RMS would be epic and a lot bigger!

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[color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]The 2000 watts is peak into 4 ohms.[/font][/color]

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[quote name='Mcgiver69' timestamp='1432247344' post='2779782']
There are no detailed reviews but here are some videos and make your own conclusions.

[url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTpioN2g7Bg"]https://www.youtube....h?v=XTpioN2g7Bg[/url]
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Proving every bass player really wants to be the guitarist. ;)

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Not that I could, but if I played like that in my band I'd get fired. It's all about the bass, guys.

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Dear All,

Hello fellow bassists! I'm on the Experience Engagement team with MUSIC Group, which includes BUGERA, and I just wanted to drop in to clarify the power ratings we use on the VEYRON heads, as well as our other amplified products.

As has been indicated here, we rate our amps based on peak power output rather than RMS. To paraphrase our CEO, Uli Behringer, on the matter, this is because we, like many manufacturers, have found the traditional way of measuring RMS with a sine-wave is not necessarily the best predictor of actual amplifier performance. Since maximum power measurements are not standardized across the industry, to assume the “RMS" of the Veyron amp to be 500W based on the 2000W rating would be incorrect. You can read a full explanation of our CEO's thoughts on the topic in this thread on SoundForums.net: https://soundforums.net/threads/4299-Uli-Behringer-of-The-Music-Group-Q-amp-A?p=32194&viewfull=1#post32194

Thanks all, and let me know if you have any other questions about these amps or our other products.

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[quote name='Ancient Mariner' timestamp='1438273745' post='2833161']
Proving every bass player really wants to be the guitarist. ;)
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ha! :lol:

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[quote name='Ancient Mariner' timestamp='1438273745' post='2833161']
Proving every bass player really wants to be the guitarist. ;)
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So you think that bass is just for playing the same bum bum bum notes and nothing more? Do you realise that Doug Wimbish is one of the most sought after session players after Pino Palladino and Victor Wooten is one of the most respected bassist around?

So this means a bass player should not push the boundaries of the instrument and just stay in the background?

I know this is your opinion and I respect it even though that kind of thinking really grinds me no end.

Rant over.....

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We seem to have a difference of opinion between the bum bum bums and the widdley widdleys. :D

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