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 )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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MGR/David's review"Behringer BASS V-AMP PRO"

Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro
I have been a bassist for over 22 yrs. I currently am playing with PHOENIXX from Amarillo, TX, I have recorded and toured extensively with Hacienda Records Artist "Algo Simple", recorded and toured with Grandma Gerber Records Artist "The Carmen Espinoza-Rodriquez Jazz Band", have recorded for PBS (KACV-TV), recorded and sat in many studio sessions (still do), recorded and toured with the WTAMA Faculty Jazz Quintet, performed with the WTAMU Jazz Ensemble, performed with the world reknown outdoor musical drama "Texas Legacies" and toured with their band "Texas X-press", and received an award for "The Most Outstanding Soloist" at the UNC of Greeley Jazz Festival in Greeley, CO.
I play a variety of styles; Jazz, Latin, Latin Jazz, Tejano, Blues, Funk, Rock and Country
I enjoy good music, (hate rap).

I heard about Behringer while touring with The Carmen Espinoza-Rodriquez Jazz Band. I fell in love with it and since have acquired more Behringer products. I originally needed a preamp for my Hartke Transient 3500, well, this BASS V-AMP PRO was much more than I expected. I paid $161.42 through Musician's Friend (with an ASCAP Membership discount).

I play a Tobias Standard 6-string and this tuning unit responds to my bass beautifully! It has many nice effects, has a great compressor, and a very nice ULTRABASS effect that really kicks...

........nothing negative to say about this product

very durable. I gig no less than 12 times a month and this product has been right on it each time.... I am pretty hard on my gear, and so far, the BASS V-AMP PRO is a very tough act!

I completely, fullheartedly recommend this product to any bassist needing an awesome component that has a full hand of effect.

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MGR/John - UK01/30/2004

MGR/John - UK's review"Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro"

Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro
Bought for £159 from GuitarAmpKeyboard -

I was drawn to this unit because of the features and the price. The Bass V-Amp Pro is the 19" rackmount version of the Bass V-Amp (note - the footpedal is not included as with the Bass V-Amp). It's finished in a nice brushed metal with a central LCD display for displaying patch numbers and signal/clip indicators. This display also houses the in-built Chromatic tuner.

The unit is based around digital amp modelling - simulating the tone and sound as if you were to play your bass through Ampeg/Trace Elliot/Marshall amps etc. This is done by selecting preset "models" made up of head units and cabinets. There are also 16 on-board digital effects from reverb to delay, chorus, flanger, phaser, wah wah etc. These are switchable and can be combined with the amp simulation.

All the controls for modifying the presets are on the front of the unit - making this easy to edit. If you plug the unit into your PC (via the rear mounted MIDI port), you can download free software from the Behringer website to modify/create presets from your PC. You can also download presets from the internet and upload them onto the unit.

Sounds produced are very impressive. The amp modelling, while not out of this world, is excellent, giving much tone variation to even the most limited of bass guitars (I know this, I had a Squier precision!).

The on-board effects are excellent too - crystal clear with not an ounce of noise.

On the rear of the unit are all number of inputs/outputs - MIDI in/out/thru, XLR in/out, Pre/Post preamp send and returns (for external effects and processors). Everyting you'll need.

Can't say there's anything I don't like. Perhaps the lack of a footpedal but at this price - can't really complain about that!

The unit seems solid and well built. All of the controls have a solid feel to them and all input/outputs seem well screwed on. No complaints here.

In short, this is a well built and very useful tool. If you can't afford a new bass and you're disappointed with the one you've got, buy one of these. Guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

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

Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro
It's a simulator, Bass Amplifier (16 I think) acoustic amp (4) keyboard amp, Fender, Roland Marchal, Leslie, also I use the guitar and amp electric, Soldano, vox, Marchall, mesa,
it includes four simulation of pedal distortion / overdrive
a chorus, flanger, delay, loop, coompresseur, phaser, ultrabass, synth reverb, etc. ..... wha
Well after having the v amp 2 in normal, I susi offered the bass v amp, because I'm a guitarist, bassist, more and I have a Variax bass v amp has acoustic simulation
at the level of output the unit seems very complete, with sorrties XLR, digital etc. ...... I do not even know half the applications mla.
It also has MIDI input and MIDI output, which allows rajouetr a midi pedalboard fcb for example, and also to program the corny over the great piece of software free.
another feature, the v amp pro intgre a power and a button on / off
for d deifference eprix, I recommend having possd both models to the pro version, for no pedalier against or cover provided as the basic version.


Good manual behringer is a no shit as usual, it is especially damaging to behringer because the device has more possibilities than described in the record, so is better in the sense that the other EDANS because there are marks, or the leaflet promised mountains and marvels, and in fact in the Ralite the product sucks.

the editing and sound programing is very easy, only downside is the access to some parameters not accessible without connect to the PC, but hey I'm quibbling, because in fact enough to program on the PC, presets, then once live the most important parameters are available, so it's just to quibble, because that price has seen the machine, and although I consider that this product has zero defects.

it is usable as it is for those who n Eveux not take the lead, the 125 factory presets are very good, you plug it sounds


I bought this product because the v amp 2 had already closed,
good level of sound quality, nothing to say, it's just the bomb, the distal tears, we might as well play on a vintage vox, have 60 sounds that make a Soldano, and have endless sustain etc. ...... with avariax, I do not want something else, even if I had 1000000 euros, I do not see what I could buy that could suit me better than that.

in effect the sound is superb, for it seems to me against compared ^ port of effects pedals, effects of, more discreet, you can not get extreme effects, but against the quality of sound is.
the wha, seems also quite limited, but hey ,,,,,, we can have a 230 euros, the dairy, the dairy's ass, and butter


I use the v amp bass for 2 months, and before v AMP2 for 1 year
I use it in all situations, live, repeat, and enrergistrement
I plug either a PA or an amp marchal or a peavey amp, the sosna is Excellent, those who say that the sound is a rotten amp, are involved, because if you rule live well and the configuration the equalization live, and it works biej
those who say that the v amp is only for the studio, are planted, because the v amp is designed for live too.

little trick to avoid the white between the spresets, must keep the same amp and same hp, any way, I do not know much changing world of real amp in the middle of a song.

before I had a boss me30, and although the record is complete, it has 10,000 sounds, but then the sound of shit, the v amp a cot is rools

The report quality is prisx halucinant, I also bought the pedalier fcb, the integral foot, everything is controllable ,,,,,,,,

I redeemed without problem the same product

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

Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro
Ben must go on the site ...
c but for completeness, numriques outputs, rack ...
much better than the version of plastok bass vamp


To use it is better to read the record which is not thick trs (behringer style!)
but hey it's OK, c easy. some are paramtres accecible has two hands, using c!
the trick canon c connect to the computer in midi and install the software to control the vamp of the PC, c a breeze.
Note: Some editions may only take place with the PC (nothing important but ...) so just using c.


I use it to record my guitar and my bass and even synthesizers.
for the price, although c, c of a substitute good big amps that kill, but to make models and not too much to ruin and save the place ... c a real bargain
APRS I'm not a real bass player / guitarist. I do a little to record guitar and bass for models my songs.
so I'm not an expert in amp simulation! but in any case the ear sounds ...


A good machine makes many services.
I would do without this choice problem, I hsit with LINE 6 BASS VAMP PRO but is much cheaper and more versatile.
I was now looking to add to it a MIDI controller FCB1010 to take him on scne.