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Musikmesse 2010: Bugera reveal Trirec 100W guitar amp
At Musikmesse 2010, Bugera have released news of another boutique style amp, the 100 Watt 3 Channel Trirec head.
The three-channel, 100-Watt Bugera Trirec contains a triple-mode rectifier combined with an onboard Varipower power stage to seamlessly control maxmium output power from 1 to 100 Watts.
Choose solid-state rectification for high-output modern sounds, a valve-based rectifier for lower output vintage tones, or a combination of both.
Each channel features a three-band EQ, Presence, Volume and Gain controls. Channel 1 provides cleans with a drive setting for overdriven tone.
Channels 2 and 3 have three overdrive modes: Classic for rock sounds, Vintage for more gain, and Modern for metal.
The output stage contains 4 x 6L6 valves (convertible to 4 x EL34 valves?not included) whilst five 12AX7 valves power the preamp stage.
A Master Volume knob controls overall output while the Boost knob adjusts the amount of optional volume boost (via the adjoining Boost button or footswitch).
A line out jack with dedicated Level knob sends signal to a slave amp and there are also loudspeaker jacks with switchable impedance (16, 8 or 4 Ohms) making this amplifier compatible with virtually any speaker cabinet.
The Trirec offers intelligent tracking of the onboard Reverb, Boost and FX Loop status for all three channels, plus 6 external switch inputs for remote control and integration to existing setupsPosted on 24 Mar 2010 09:01 to category : Instruments News
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