Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro
Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro

Bass V-Amp Pro, Bass Amp Simulator from Behringer in the V-Amp series.

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Average Score:3.9( 3.9/5 based on 9 reviews )
 4 reviews44 %
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 1 user review11 %
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Value For Money : Excellent
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thegoofisonfire's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro
I will not repeat the trick, rack model


Easy as pie for me!! Then you should know what you want!! ;-)
never needed more than 2 fingers to edit the sounds!! I do not really see where people find it impractical!
French manual with the grid matching amp simulator!! a priori not the case for c tt le monde ds advice !!!!!


Mesa boogie sound is well made and sound trace elliot and swr

the delay effects, chorus and ambience are very good, the rest tend to get it easily, especially the octave and synth bass!


Everything has been said but 2 points.

The magnetic shielding of the preamp is weak, so be careful not to put the V amp next to a power supply transformer, or a TV right next to your computer! this causes an unpleasant hiss!!

account for people who use it live with a MIDI pedal, it will play with the expression pedal to prevent and manage to navigate its preset in preset. Indeed, if the presets do not use mm amp simulations, there is a latency and a mute when changemnt preset !!!!!
the Behringer MIDI Foot Controller with 2 Expression Pedals, once well above those assigned it'll pretty well !!!!!

Treetman's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro
Modlisation amps, cabinets and multi effects for bass, guitar and keyboard.
It's all numrique.
All presets are ditables, Note also that it is not easy and it can take more than two hands to save the presets.
Trs connector complte. MODEL is a rack, it's what I did (thank you Thomann for the Bundle).

Note the small red LEDs and a digital screen that are a little cheap but the nothing serious.

Not much blame when you see the data sheet and the opportunities that are stretched before our eyes. Note the small red LEDs and a digital display. Note that the diodes slction knobs are not terrible, I explain: when one is placed above the multi-effect on DCAL is a preset. In fact the wheel is semi-transparent and you end up DCAL.


The config is simple plutt. This is my first multi effects for bass and I got immediately made the edits are easy to understand but complicated plutt couraging press several buttons at the same time.
The manual is not great but APRS several re-readings are taught to use the original presets and program new without too much difficulty. I recommend that vivemtn given in the language of Shakespeare, he'll tell you what amp and speakers names are donns by Behringer.


The effects are no more effective, I have especially taken to the amp simulations that are not too bad return (I speak of the bass). The distos are no more (a little too synthetic), but low doses, they can give a nice color (like light amplifier) ​​to the sound of your bass. I play with a G & L Tribute L-2000 and with my Epiphone EB-3 (compltement diffrent) almost all the time mdiator. I use it exclusively for recording music or data of the Ides of mini DMOS on my PC via an external sound card M-Audio. I would say that even for this use is almost a luxury. However, I intend to use it on my Gallien Krueger Backline 600 to do some tests RPET. Caution, however, change the type of output (also not well explained on the trs manual)


I use it for 6 months with a view to make only record "low end" which are my compositions. In this perspective the problem but no limits ontrouve quickly if you really want to make recordings nickels. I like modlisatiosn amp. Effects, I almost never use them except for one intro (phaser or flanger). Of all the effects gnral fawns is not my thing. The purpose of the maneuver can be silent sound of approaching power amps prestigious register simplicity. With the V-Amp I have my temporary Ibanez PD-7 in the closet. C'tait the very first time I used this kind of stuff and I'm glad putt. Beware though, this is not a toy, and the quality is not always the appointment. This is useful for what I do now to the live I did not try (I will edit when one will be the case). I saw several posts from members reporting that they n'taient not happy and they had the problem of battery after a year that the Service did not follow. L I can not say anything, he always trs well and the presets do not move in memory. We will see over time. For résumé will tell you that the ratio quality price is right. With the exprience and current conditions, I would do this choice.
Yannou le Jacky03/21/2004

Yannou le Jacky's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro
16 bass amp simulations
4 amp simulations keyboard
4 simulations for acoustic guitar
8 simulations for electric guitar
23 speaker simulations
Classical effects: distortion, delay, chorus, reverb, wah-wah, flanger, ...
Other effects: p-Funk'n (filter), auto-wha, ultra bass (octave), synth bass, synth MIDI.

Simulation and effects entierment numriques.

Version 19 "2U V-amp Bass.

Conection complete:
Stereo XLR output symtrique (for the live recording directly to the console)
Stereo line out for connecting the amp (possibility to disable the simulation of these sotie HP)
between line (to connect a CD player or another to play on top)
MIDI I / O (with MIDI Through)
send / return insert pre-DSP (allows connecterdes effects before treatment)
2x send / return insert post (DSP functions such as the loop of the amp)
Sync Worldclock
numriques outputs AES / EBU and SPDIF caoxial (works in 44.48 and 96 kHz, it was s ^ RCIS if the output only works in 24 bits or also 16)

Fully controllable via MIDI,
pRSET editable via MIDI on a PC with utility tlchargeable the site of the constructor.


The configuration is simple, whether the effects, simulations, configuration gnrale, there is no need to navigate a lot of pages of menus, most parameters can be accessed either directly or through a key combination.
The edition of some parameters remains somewhat dlicate ncssite and a little juggling of the keystrokes request.
The manual sometimes lacks precision, but comprhension operation of the device restecomprehensible. Some features would be worth more detail.

Regrtable point: some parameters are paramtrables unquement effects via MIDI, they must therefore be set up using a MIDI controller, or software prvu this


Test only a low

The amp simulations sound good. They are varied enough to go from a very modern sound jazz classic. The rglages of pramplis ralistes and are effective, each setting has different effects depending on the amplifier selected. Simulations of speakers that are just as Varis amps.
Effects (classical or not) are of good quality. I just dplore the abscence of a distortion pedals dedicates the low, the quioblige rglages very subtle with guitar pedals to get to ring distortion on the low. It is, cons, always possible to keep true to distorion pedal in addition to the V-amp. The other effect prcaution use with the bass is utrabass quia tend to be sloppy and dcrocher in the bass. Compar an OC-20 boss from home, it is more prcis and sounds cleaner, but the V-Bass cepeda dcroche still less in frquences serious.
The compressor can swell the bass sound Fawn quite significant, and is sufficient. Do not expect all the same gallery a compressor prampli lamps, both in sound that can deparamtrage.


The bass v-amp is a good product for a very good quality-price ratio. In sound quality may be slightly less for other products (including the Line6 Bass Pod), it remains cheaper and netent plsu versatile with its keyboard simulation, acoustic and electric.