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Bugera BC15 15-Watt Vintage Guitar Amp with 12AX7 Valve

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  • Dedicated 2-band EQ plus mid-shift button for creative sound shaping
  • Extremely versatile guitar amplifier with hand-selected 12AX7 valve
  • Authentic vintage design and classic guitar sound
  • Powerful 15-Watt, 8 Inch vintage-tuned guitar speaker
  • 2-channel tube preamp and wide-range gain control for super-fat sounds with all pickup types
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Bugera  BC15 15-Watt Vintage Guitar Amp with 12AX7 Valve + Hosa Cable GTR210 Guitar Instrument Cable - 10 Foot + Protec Guitar Strap with Leather Ends and Pick Pocket, Black
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  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 6.4 x 14 inches ; 13.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 16.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003LQ2Z8A
  • Item model number: BC15
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,090 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 15, 2010

Product Description

The BUGERA BC15 delivers real valve tone in a compact, 12-pound (5.6 kg) combo. This dual-channel 15-Watt guitar amp features a 12AX7 valve in its preamp stage, a Master volume and 2-band EQ, giving it a wide range of tonal options. The Gain button is provided to activate the Lead/Distortion channel. Ideal for use in rehearsals, recording or small gigs, the BC15 sports a custom-designed 8" BUGERA speaker. A ¼" TRS jack is provided for connecting an external playback device such as a CD player, tape deck or MP3 player, allowing the user to play along with pre-recorded songs. The BC15 also features a headphone jack for private practice sessions.


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This amp sounds great.
Vicente R. Delgado
I recommend this amp for those who want to have a guitar session and live in apt complex, doesnt need to be loud to sound big.
Batman
Like last poster said" Buy this instead of any digital amp for your first amp."
James Doolen

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By James Doolen on June 16, 2011
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I wish I had found this earlier. Like last poster said" Buy this instead of any digital amp for your first amp." This amp is basic on dials but very big on sound. Blows my digital Berginger out of the water. For 15 watts, this thing will vibrate some walls and floors. For the price it beats out even higher class tube amps with effects. Just use pedals and save money. You will not be sorry for this purchase. About ime someone made a affordable tube amp.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By One Reviewer on March 11, 2012
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I've been playing around with this thing for three days now and I have no complaints. It is solidly constructed, portable, and capable of filling an apartment with quality sound. So far I have been able to match tones to Black Sabbath, ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rush, Spoon, Radiohead, Chet Atkins, almost Hendrix on Hey Joe, and Jack White. And it didn't take much. And I used no effects. Just a Hagstrom Viking plugged into it.

It will not do death metal--without bringing your own effects to the fold. But it does classic tube drive admirably. Good warmth and fuzz if you want it, and also good fat clean tones if you want it. Brilliant little amp.

I think tube and solid state each offer benefits--obviously, or they wouldn't make both. But a tube preamp (like here) with the stable output of a solid state amp works in this package. You can pay a lot more for all tube and not best the quality sound of this practice amp.

I also like that on such a budget model with a tube they included a nice headphone out option. The input for jamming along is nice too, if you need that. I personally like to crank the stereo up and play along, but sometimes people are sleeping, so who knows.

This amp offers enough settings to be truly versatile (including a mid filter cut) and the guts to go snarling Texas boogie or elegant composure to render beautiful clean jazz or country tones. And just about everything in between.

Highly recommended. I expect the sound quality will progress as the tube is played in as with all things tube ultimately do.

Note: I purchased it on Amazon (best price I found new), but played around in a music store before deciding.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Vicente R. Delgado on December 2, 2010
I'm surprised nobody has done a review on this. This amp sounds great. This amp has a great tube sound with the 12AX7 preamp and boy is it loud. The clean sound is great and the overdrive with the shift button is excellent for classic rock. For heavy metal, I run this through a Digitech RP255 and I get endless tonal capabilities. I reccommend this over any solid state amp. It is a steal for $100.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Batman on June 13, 2012
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Dont be fooled by its size, It does deliver a great sound. I recommend this amp for those who want to have a guitar session and live in apt complex, doesnt need to be loud to sound big.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Iggy on January 29, 2013
First things first; I may not have the keenest ear, and to say I'm a "guitar player" is a gross exaggeration of the term. Until recently I had barely picked up a guitar since 1988, and that was my dad's old Harmony and his old Silvertone tube amp (I still have them both). When the old Silvertone began to administer a mild shock if you touched a ground while holding the guitar. I thought it best to put it aside until it was repaired. Twenty five years later; enter my beautiful new Epiphone Les Paul, I started playing it through an iPhone iRig. Which is really a handy device that works well. But I missed the glorious noise of the old Silvertone. I still plan to have it repaired, but I got a great deal on this little Bugera so I thought I'd give it a go. This little thing ROCKS! I am well pleased with it, it has great sound, seems very well built and is more than capable of convincing the neighbors that I should most definitely, stick to my day job. I would recommend this to anyone who likes a vintage kind of sound, although it lacks the tremolo of my old Silvertone, and the built in effects of modern digital amps. It is IMHO a great value, I can't imagine being dissatisfied with this little amp.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By UnseenWorld on March 21, 2013
I actually didn't buy the amp through Amazon, but very slightly used from a private party for $60. Your first impression is that it looks awfully small with its 8" speaker. Well, big sound can come in a small package. For one thing, if you think 15 watts is small, it might be for a large venue, but for a practice amp in an apartment this wattage may feel a little overpowered. I can't responsibly crank the volume past "2" or I'd be getting a knock on my door from a neighbor, the apartment manager, or the cops.

It is solid and seems well enough constructed. The sound is very good in either the clean channel or the dirty channel with any degree of overdrive. I use my guitar with a Digitech RP90 multi effect pedal (the more recent model with a built-in pedal), so I tend to leave it running clean. All I can say is that the sounds this little amp makes seem exactly the same as the ones that come out of my other, larger amps (Bugera V22, Line 6 Spider III 30), which are both far too powerful to use in my apartment (a little inattention to volume settings or momentary feedback and I might vaporize the occupant of the next apartment).

Whether you buy it new for around $110 or get a deal like I did, I can safely predict you'll be pleasantly surprised by this amplifier. If you gig or need a bigger sound for a larger space, let me recommend the Bugera V22. Bugera is made by Behringer, and Behringer amps are not that highly regarded However, Bugera is apparently a separate division. They give you the same "bang for the buck" as amps from better-known, more prestigious amp makers at far less cost to you.
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