Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600

Digital Multi-FX FX600, Multi-Effects for Electric Guitar from Behringer.

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Average Score:3.7( 3.7/5 based on 10 reviews )
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MGR/Brian Johnston08/16/2018

MGR/Brian Johnston's review"Very Decent Effects for a Super Low Price"

Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
The all-digital Behringer FX600 offers six different effects at 24-bit quality. Not only is the sound high resolution, but you can hook it up in stereo for true left/right channel imaging. The YouTube video below demonstrates the different patches at different settings, playing both clean and dirty:

A big plus is that the sound quality is crystal clear. The ‘quality’ of the effects is very decent for the price of $39.99 USD. In that regard, the Flanger is not as good as a dedicated $150 flanger, and the same is true for the Chorus, Phaser, Delay, Tremolo and Phase Shifter. But if you use the odd effect the odd time and you’re doing it on a budget, the FX600 is a solid investment.

Some musicians may consider the FX600 as an entry level pedal, particularly those long in the game and collecting pedals of all types and qualities. Although true in one regard, for $39.99 USD it produces some very decent sounds… and they are crystal clear to boot. Besides the clarity, I actually like the digital sound of these effects… there is something very futuristic and machine sounding. It may be suggested that the sounds are the result of less expensive guts or electronics, but it actually is part of the FX600’s charm. If you’re into ‘Industrial’ Metal, then you very well may like the FX600 for the ‘edge’ it offers, whereas others will like the pedal for its superb clarity and price point.

There are other multi-FX pedals on the market, such as the Dr. Scientist BitQuest, and typically thyy tend to operate in a similar manner. You decide what effect you want with the FX Selector knob (far right): Flanger, Chorus, Phaser, Delay, Tremolo or Pitch Shifter. The LEVEL knob (far left) dictates the degree of mix or how much of the effect you hear. Around 12-noon and the effect is very audible, whereas 9-o’clock you can faintly hear it (a subtle effect)… and turned up full produces full effect with no dry signal. The other two knobs play different roles, depending on the effect chosen. When choosing Flanger, Chorus or Phaser the PAR 1 knob affects ‘speed,’ whereas the PAR 2 knob affects ‘depth.’ When choosing delay those knobs control ‘delay time’ and ‘delay feedback.’ When choosing Tremolo those knobs control ‘speed’ and ‘shape’ (LFO waveform). And when choosing Pitch Shifter the knobs control ‘detune’ (slight shifting for a fatter sound) and ‘semi tone’ (pitch interval, e.g., 3rd, 5th, octave, etc.). As stated, some effects are barely audible with both knobs at 9-o’clock (e.g., clean guitar and the Phaser effect), whereas others are very audible (e.g., dirty guitar and the Flanger effect). Consequently, 10-minutes of experimentation will help you to zero in on how the effects are used best.

The FX600 can hold up when gigging, so long as stomping is kept under control and the pedal board is not abused during transportation. However, the FX600 likely is best suited for home playing or those on a budget as the housing is made of plastic (with a rubber topper where the foot stomps to switch the device on and off). The knobs feel solid enough and turn smoothly. The four knobs and the small LED are on a lower level than the foot switch, and so they would not be in harm’s way. All in the inputs are along the side of the pedal, which makes sense since there are several (two stereo in and two stereo out, besides the power input). The inputs and outputs are set much lower than the foot switch as well, making it difficult to produce any force on the cables with regular use.

Zoupioupiou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" This is the Behringer ...."

Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
This is a multi-effect pedal format totally plastic
No True Bypass
2 inputs / 2 outputs 6.35
9 Volts battery power or external power supply Bloc (not supplied)
4 buttons (one level, one selector effect, 2 settings)
Effects available: Delay, Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo, Pitch Shifter
One for blinding blue light indicated that the pedal is based
Manual, sounds and complete description of the Behringer website


The manual does not serve a much
Branches you and you play
2 buttons for effects settings, but it remains limited in view of the proposed effects is almost enough.


Purchased to connect to the database on my keyboard, multi-effect pedal in my finished board.
I need a phaser and a flanger.
I finally opted for a hand phaser pedal and I use the flanger chorus instead of
When the flanger is switched on, it was soon felt putting his amp in a tin
Effects are difficult to adjust and it goes quickly lollipop
To my taste, the tremolo is only the road
Maybe the pitch shifter but I'm not a fan of this effect.
The light is blinding but at least it illuminates the pedal board ...


If you are looking for a multi effect that name, save some money on your way.
The ideal is to operate with a power supply outside
As usual with Behringer, inserting a cell can not be returned without a tab crash or a screwdriver in hand.
It's pure plastic, generating a slight adjustment knobs and a painful misalignment easy, no tap tempo delay, difficult to have a positive opinion for this pedal.
Now, buying Behringer, we also know what it starts in
It is not very expensive and it feels necessarily somewhere

frankyp's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Cheap, not terrible"

Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
Flanger, Chorus, Delay and harmonizer ....


Not very easy to set ...


Flanger and chorus rather Cheap! (3/10) I think, but I am using a delay of sometimes as a tremolo, octaver and harmonizer or (7/10), adjusting my best.
Small enough to use me ...


It helps me for 3 years, and even though its blue light dazzles me, this is not the case of sound!

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" in the studio, warm"

Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
see the reviews say it all


Simple to death reading the manual and hop,
memo, if the manual tu is the translator that is cheap!


we are in the mid and low range,
appreciate electro sounds, the bass, fuzz, country,
others spend their way


since qq days used,
combined with two bullets: the led, as all eyes led behringer pete
prick nail polish to Madame, one brush stroke and chti hop, going from 13,000 lux to 100 and ...... Above all, you pay a SPOT COMBO pedal power as the battery burns to eye saw it, too consumer electronics

hypercube's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" super convenient"

Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
chorus, delay, flanger, phaser, pitch


Very easy to use


I use it as equivalent to "the rotary" effect with the preset Leslie Chorus
the stereo output by using the send me on my mini-keyboard console
as an accelerator, this is good toupee.
With hammond B3 sound straight out of a AKAI S3000 Sampler is great.

This pedal has a stereo input and output.


I use it in concert and has been saying for two months
I am perfectly satisfied.

The price / quality ratio!

I paid 20 euros OCCAZ worth 35 euros and new.

Nan but what you need!

Don_Viviano's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good to see the effects"

Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
Multi effect:

Pitch shifter

A level button (which resembles a signal Dry-Wet)
2-button settings
A button to change the config


effect is simple, we choose an effect (why not put a knob notched anyway?)
Then we adjust the two parameters (for example, for the delay: the delay and the number of repetitions for the phaser to be the speed and color, same flanger, etc ...)
Then adjusts the level of effect (dry-wet).
The blue LED is just extremely powerful and blinding (really!) I had to stick 3 layers of brown tape on it to read the knobs


The sound quality is rather poor in general.
The pitch shifter is nice, it adds a note to the 2nd note played, from -1 to +1 octave octave, through all the half tones between.
The knob level for the determination of rating level added (at bottom, we hear it).
The note added is fair enough, but there is a slight delay compared to the attack, and also affects a bit jerky.

The delay works pretty well but lost some volume.
The tremolo is also increasingly at low speed the effect is less and less audible.
Same for the phaser, which sounds rather synthetic.
The chorus works pretty well.
The flanger works pretty well, but sounds very artificial, like the phaser.
Just for fun, all effects are usable, apart from slow speeds for the phaser and tremolo. But none of them really sounds good, it's a bit of a caricature effects.


I use it for several months at home (I dare not play with sound again !!!).

I tried several effects authentic brand reputation (Boss, etc ...) (phaser, flanger, delay), it's really day and night.

This pedal is nice if you do not really need these effects, and we are looking for something for fun, or discover them at home, or to compose.
Considering the price of OCCAZ (20 €), we expect no miracles. The sound is not good, but the main thing is that it works properly.
The only thing that bothers me is the delay on the pitch shifter, and the fact that we hear no phaser, and tremolo speed low.

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

Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
Bosse type pedal with multiple effects in


So what some people say, the catamaran mine c, c true effects are easy to find, but I used the delay. .... but difficult to find one that really pleases me. By chaining effects, if I switch on the distortion to see the effects of power and multiply inaudibilitje c if this was said, but I do not care) and more, with any what transformer (g tried a Boss, a Behringer, and a Digitech Dunlop) I had a hellish ground noise, both in concert !!!!!!! RPET By the way, my first concert, I loose quickly.
The batteries do not parlont, APRS use 2h, g us a Duracell!!
Pathtique, as I liked the Behringer Chorus, as this one, really, but I'm on the wrong tomb pe MODEL


See review above! !!!!!!!!!!!


I use it since August and I put the nail !!!!!!!!
But as I say, I may be falling on the black sheep of the range

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

Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
Multi-effects pedals boss numrique format (very good concept, unfortunately only exploit by Behringer for now ..)
the effects on offer are: Flanger, Chorus, Phaser, Delay, Tremolo and Pitch Shifter.
nothing but typical, therefore, the case is plastic but solid parat CSTA however the battery is really sucks ..


The default of the pedals is that it does not Activation, you can either trigger or dsenclencher effect pedals but remains active and the LED shines continuously (from it is more particulirement blinding, so I put a black opaque skotch for coach). Use battery must surely be trs coteuse ..

the sounds are easy to find and edit, a knob for the determination of mix, one for the speed of the chosen effect and one for depth.


The effects are plutt good, I expected much worse for the price.
chorus, phaser, tremolo and delay are particulirement Russian. The flanger is a little rest and pitch shifter is trs exclusive.
However, they are usable in the clear or trslger crunch, if not boiled station.


It is a perfect pedals for those who want the effects "base" without cluttering their pedalboard. I am far from being an expert in the effects and I used trs exclusively (except for a good wah) has for me so I did not want to dpenser more and especially did not want not a big multi with a wah, a volume pedals and distos since I dj it all in my pdalboard, then score even when many cheaper than the effects spars

Samu15's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
Multi-purpose 24-bit numrique, which includes the modulation and effects: Flanger, Chorus, Phaser, Delay, Tremolo and Pitch Shifter.
4 knobs to select the desire effect assay the mix between the dry and effect, the depth and speed (or pitch for pitch).
Stereo inputs and outputs, possibility to connect an external power supply (not included, the Behringer PSU quoting almost the price of the pedals ...).
Casing The plastic is sturdy plutt, if care is when you open for a battery change (particulirement tedious indeed, always have two pens on hand to get out the door ... ).


The manual is sketchy (with the usual pnible a familiarity of the user, probably the pedals budget is only for teenagers?), But Describes the function of each button select for each effect.
Practical matter, although nothing is mmorisable sr, so we'll note SETTING THE each effect if you do not want to tweak between songs to find the sound lovingly prpar rp Previous.


The sound quality is ok, not great heat (no attempt even mulate the not analog). Note all of the same lgre a lower noise level when the effect started.
The delay is limited to short but hard fans of the fiddle sounds fun.
The tremolo is the hash of floating lightweight full, I like.
Chorus, phaser and flanger perform their office without being exceptional.
Relva pitch a little small but the anecdotal dose octave example it can boost your sound.


At that price if you want the color your sound a little for really cheap (not even 30 ...) is more than a case, it is a gift to your loop of effect.
But if you want to do the main component of your sound or play live because of changing regularly, it is better to get (much) more expensive, is a lo-fi plutt.

Note, that kind of effect is trs greedy in stack (not even 3 hours of battery life on a 9V alkaline battery), so the mains connection is strongly recommended.
The FX600 also has a sister ane, the FX100, the same color of the diode but is more prs CHRE (go figure ...).

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

Behringer Digital Multi-FX FX600
With multiple effects pedal (no saturation)
see details Behringer site:


The use is simple and clear.
As against it is certainly manageable in concert (because obviously non-programmable).
I can not imagine taking the time between two titles in the set
as needed ... perhaps why it is more convenient to
I think to have a pedal for each effect to live. I personally only in home studio boss and this use is fine.


I may not be an expert in quality effects for my own use but it suits me well (particularly chorus and tremolo or Pitsch shifter). The flanger is perhaps below the other effects in terms of quality.
This pedal is fairly transparent (does not alter the original sound).
The delay is good but penalized by the absence of the tap delay function that is simply indispensable at a time when one lives.


I bought this pedal out of curiosity and at the price it is it really a risk-taking (29 euros I believe) ... In the end it is good quality and very convenient for my use. In my opinion it is not playable live because not configurable. It's clear that buying each separate effects returns much more expensive ...

For me it is a convenient and multifunctional pedal that can help as needed. Remains to be seen that, from what I understand via the forum, it is in all respects (except blue led) similar to the previous model DIGITAL MULTI-FX FX100.

So I counsel (as is advisable to have a Swiss Army knife in his tool box).