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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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!

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).