Find solutions to your bugera v5 schematic question. Get free help, tips & support from top experts on bugera v5 schematic related issues. Dressed in classic two-tone vinyl, running on one power and one preamp valve and featuring bone-simple controls, the BUGERA. V5 looks like a carefully. Schematic – without Effect-Module BDM2 V5. 4. 5. V5″. 9. 2. 7. 3. V4. 4. 5. V4″. R R C6. C C7. D5. D6. D7. D8. D9. D10 . Bugera Vintage22 (V22).
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All are longtime members that stepped up to the invite to help out by volunteering their time and effort to help the membership experience on TGP stay on the even keel. A special thank you to the ‘new’ guys that helping out. Mar 28, 1. Does anyone have the value? I have a good idea the values but want to verify.
Does anyone have a real schematic besides the hand-drawn one? It’s a very good little amp and well made despite my mishap. Takes pedals very nicely. Thanks again for your help- Rock-on!
SchemaficMar 28, Mar 31, 2. Here is the hand-drawn schematic in case anybody else needs it. Bugera V5 Schematic http: TubeDaddyMar 31, Mar 31, 3. I have that Schematic I also came across one someone posted elsewhere that is from Bugera themselves and I believe the one you are asking for.
Tweaking the Bugera V5 Circuit
It is in the PDF format but I can’t seem to figure out how to add it to this post. If some one would walk me through that I will send it here. Either that or send me your email address as there is a right click option on the PDF file to add to an email and I will email it to you. On my one in the rectangular box under R6 it states 4k7 if that helps. Email sent, Schsmatic got it from the link on your header.
Apr 1, 4. BluesJr- Thank you so much for the help.
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I’m excited to contribute to this fabulous forum of musician gearheads. TubeDaddyApr 1, Apr 1, 5. Welcome Tube Daddy, Im a fan of bugsra V Ive never had a problem with mine, but Im curious. Davo17Apr 1, Apr 2, 6. Thanks for the welcome, Davo- I was in search of right tube to get ‘the tone’ and grabbed a bad tube It was on for about 7 seconds- no sound, funny smell – yank the cord!
I didn’t realize the resistor values for the V5 are printed under the resistor on the board itself because of the black soot. Scraped soot away and there was schemati 4K7. Hope i didn’t fry my OT. There are 4 ceramic fuses inside the unit to prevent small failure from turning into big achematic. I blew F1 fuse, as well. Traces look good and socket looks good, so I should be ok.
Again, this is totally my bad and not the amp. I need REAL tube tester. TubeDaddyApr 2, Apr 2, 7. Here is a nice schematic that was passed on to me by a fellow bgera member- Print it out and keep with amp, like the old days! May 6, 8.
First off my apologies for the necro bump but that photo is exactly how the V5 I purchased 3 days ago looks now thanks to drum roll: Who’d have thought EL34s and 12AX7s would have the same amount of pins? I appreciate the schematic and have no problem with replacing R6 but I’m wondering if any amp techs may have any further advice, other than put tubes in the correct sockets. Do you think my new tubes are shot now? If they are, or if the output transformer is buyera, will it just not work when I fire it up after replacing R6 or will it cause even more damage?
This is a cool little amp and I hope I didn’t booger it up too badly. I can live with replacing a resistor and putting the old tubes back in.
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Ed ZacharyMay 6, May 10, 9. I wouldn’t chance just replacing the R6. I’d also replace at least the 12AX7. It’s possible you didn’t damage the EL84 but why chance it? Replace both tubes and consider it lesson learned EDIT: Thanks TubeDaddy for posting the schematic.
May 10, Oops, EL84 is correct. I appreciate the replies and I had to order some R6s, they should be here Monday.
I plan on putting the original tubes in at first to see if everything is OK or if there’s more damage than just the R6. Ed ZacharyMay 10, BaxtercatMay 10, May 12, All it took was a new R6 but one of the tubes was indeed a victim.
That sucks because it was only a new tube to that amp; I’ve had it a long time and loved the way it sounded, a prehistoric Ei. I don’t even remember how old it is or where I got it. Lesson learned and all it cost in new parts was a resistor. I can deal with that. Thanks for the replies, info and advice! Ed ZacharyMay 12, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet.
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