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Behringer Ultra Bass Chorus BUC400
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Bass Chorus/Phaser/Flanger from Behringer .

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  • Captain DannyCaptain Danny

    If you can get better please!

    Behringer Ultra Bass Chorus BUC400Published on 05/06/12 at 14:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog chorus for bass.

    Neither editable nor rack.

    An input power supply standard type Boss, an IN and OUT for the two stereo effect.

    Not true bypass pedal. A very sturdy ABS case and gives a small toy to the object side, and I like it.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very simple, a volume control, a low filter to work a little history on the EQ Chorus, a spleen and a depth.

    The manual is adequate and the pedal will soon take charge.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The pedal does its job but really no more, the sound quality is slightly convaiquante, especially if you try the settings a bit extreme, in short if you want a chorus of honorable quality do not settle for a pronounc…
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    Analog chorus for bass.

    Neither editable nor rack.

    An input power supply standard type Boss, an IN and OUT for the two stereo effect.

    Not true bypass pedal. A very sturdy ABS case and gives a small toy to the object side, and I like it.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very simple, a volume control, a low filter to work a little history on the EQ Chorus, a spleen and a depth.

    The manual is adequate and the pedal will soon take charge.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The pedal does its job but really no more, the sound quality is slightly convaiquante, especially if you try the settings a bit extreme, in short if you want a chorus of honorable quality do not settle for a pronounced effect, say that 'amount in the depth and the presence of the effect, we realize that it is far from good.

    I use it with a Fender Precision U.S. Standard V.

    I use it mainly to give more body and volume to my delay in placing before.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost a year, this is a very good copy of the Boss CEB-3, but still much lower quality anyway, I already do not like the sound of the mass of the CEB-3. ..

    I would much prefer the T-Rex The Sweeper, I bought it to get familiar with the use of a chorus on bass, it does not sound quality needed to stay on my board but it has does its job and am now a fan of Chorus.

    Very good value for money, as always with Behringer, but the quality is accordingly ... In short, I purchased a Behringer when I need a purpose in an emergency or other live, and when I want to try and master an effect in the idea of ​​taking the high end gear if I was hooked.
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