Hello friends, I've just bought a Bugera 1960 Infinium ; as most of you might now it's a Marshall 1959 clone with bonus features: - one of the inputs has already the treble and bass channels internally jumpered (parallel) so no patch cable is needed, you simply adjust both the volumes to your liking - Cascade mod (same as Randy Rhoads) on another one of the inputs - master volume on the back , with a full bypass switch - effects loop on the back, with full bypass switch - Infinium technology that autoadjust the bias; you can mix different tube types Visually the amp is impressive, very heavy / bulky and looks well built; looks much better that the pictures you see. To what matters the most - this thing sounds absolutelly unreal. It's very loud - I don't like the tone with the master volume engaged so unless you have an attenuator at home all you have is a beautifull clean tone, full bodied , pristine clean tube amp. My master volume is an SPL Attenuator and it works wonderfully with this amp. On the cascade input you get reall convincing rich Marshall Plexi tone - think Classic Rock (Led Zep, Thin Lizzy, Nazareth, T. Rex, AC/DC any era) and 80s Hard Rock with all the gain you could ever need (Guns N' Roses, Scorpions, Dokken, Whitesnake,....). This thing is amazing and it sure doesn't lacks when compared to my other amps - Marshall 2555 SL, AFD100, Vintage Modern, TSL, JCM 800 2203x,... Very impressed - big rich tone that sustains forever and very touch sensitive! It sure worths a lot more than what I paid for it (350 Euro), it sounds as good as the best amps I've heard. Btw, there's not a single Youtube demo that makes this amp justice.