The Bugera 333XL INFINIUM 120-Watt Guitar Amplifier features a hand-made three-channel design that can produce up to 120 watts of output using four EL34 power tubes (convertible to 6L6s). The Clean, Crunch, and Lead Channels all have independent gain structures, as well as their own Volume, Bass, Mid, and Treble control knobs. The Lead Channel also features an analog Noise Gate for controlling noise while using high gain levels. Both the Crunch and Lead Channels have an XL switch, which is designed to provide low-end control, resulting in more high-gain chunk while playing aggressively.
Additionally, the 333XL INFINIUM is built with Bugera's INFINIUM Tube Life Multiplier Technology, which is designed to lengthen the life of your tubes and optimize their output by dynamically balancing the drive between them to evenly distribute the load. When you do need to replace a tube, the system will indicate which one with its back-panel LED indicators.
The amp includes an effects loop that has adjustable Send and Return levels, as well as a boost feature, which can provide added volume to any channel when engaged. Two 1/4" speaker outputs have selectable four-, eight-, or 16-ohm impedance for driving external speakers. You can navigate the three channels with the included footswitch, which can also engage and disengage the effects loop and boost. A 1/4" rear-panel line output can be used for direct-out recording to your DAW or recording device.
- Three Channels of Tone
- The Clean Channel is designed to provide no break up for jazz, country, blues, and as a base for using external distortion stomp boxes. The Crunch Channel is optimized for rock and blues and can produce metal tones with the gain cranked. The Lead Channel is similar to the Crunch Channel, but with more available gain
- Master Control Section
- The Master section of the amp includes knobs for Master Volume, Reverb, and Presence
- Tube Driven
- The preamp section features four 12AX7 tubes while the power section is driven by four EL34 tubes
- Damping Switch
- The Damping Switch adjusts the resonant frequencies of the speakers, providing different tonal options