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Behringer V-Tone Guitar GDI21
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Behringer V-Tone Guitar GDI21

Guitar Amp Simulation Pedal from Behringer belonging to the V-Tone series.

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" Nice "Swiss knife" cheap"

Behringer V-Tone Guitar GDI21Published on 10/09/14 at 01:27
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Characteristics? everybody know: it's a cheap copy of the Tech 21 Sansamp GT2.

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration, there is no tampering with 50,000 buttons in all directions for a clean sound.
Manual well enough.

SOUND QUALITY

The main course we attack: is this sound or not?

Yes.

Of 27 possible configurations, I do not remember as 9, but all are very good in my opinion.
Let us not forget that we are talking about a device with 26 euros .......

Ultimately, one has 3 switches: one for the type of amp, 1 for the level / type of gain, one for positioning the mic facing the amp ..... it is the latter which m 'left on my hunger, I think, only the "classic" sounds......
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Characteristics? everybody know: it's a cheap copy of the Tech 21 Sansamp GT2.

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration, there is no tampering with 50,000 buttons in all directions for a clean sound.
Manual well enough.

SOUND QUALITY

The main course we attack: is this sound or not?

Yes.

Of 27 possible configurations, I do not remember as 9, but all are very good in my opinion.
Let us not forget that we are talking about a device with 26 euros .......

Ultimately, one has 3 switches: one for the type of amp, 1 for the level / type of gain, one for positioning the mic facing the amp ..... it is the latter which m 'left on my hunger, I think, only the "classic" sounds natural position, the other 2 (center & off axis) quickly compress the sound, making all chemical suite, very "low-end transistors" .. ... or very "hyper scooped mids" ...... to play thrash metal of modern hyper death, it may have an interest may be at the limit ..... .....

The switch "ground lift"? I frankly do not know what it is ..... but I have no problem with ground loop, so ......

No "pop" when pressing the foot switch, however the sliding switches can generate sound .....

Another "detail": the gain can be MONSTROUS! I wonder interest to achieve such a level of saturation? knob at 9 am, it's already big guy ..... beyond noon, it gets crazy. And the breath becomes problematic.

In summary, the emulation of amps is relatively realistic "spirit" ..... we recover a Fender, Marshall or Mesa character.

The types of saturations (hot, hi-gain, clean) is a real benefit.
The knobs all have a real impact. Their fault is that they are a bit small.
The foot switch seems a bit fragile. It is clear that this is not the Boss ......

The sounds used (9) are not all bad, after all also depends on what you plug this device ...... I plug it into an AMT TC-3, which is very transparent, and that the nickel ..... I made a complete amp like a shoebox.

We're going a pretty clean clean (missing a reverb), through a nice little crunch to a dito phew ..... sound can really be VERY VERY HEAVY.

The pros:
Prices, sound reproduction, ease of use.

The -:
The blast high gain, the switch "Mic" usefulness questionable, the general lack of strength (but it will if you're not too nags). Maybe mount a real switch in metal stand would be a good mod ..... and cheap too .....

Note that I got better sound by putting a pedal "buffered" before ..... impedance can be a story or whatever .....

OVERALL OPINION

Well, finally, a good little device overall, with a Q / P pretty amazing .... I never tested the real GT2, which however looks best on the demos, but the price gap n is really not justified ..... GT2 is still seven times more expensive, but it is far from being 7 times better .....

I tried some multi-effects, I never hung, it always sounded very "cartoonish" ..... and most importantly, what's the point of offering 100, 200 different sounds if ultimately they are people to only 10 good?
There at least, there's no looking 100 take ages to make it sound!

So great machine for a beginner or intermediate who knows nothing distortion and overdrive and do not know what to buy too, nice backup device, or to make various sound experiences ..... and then 26 euros, you risk not much .....

In any case, it makes you want to buy the real GT2 occas' for example .....

I would do without this choice problem.
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" subtle adjustment ....."

Behringer V-Tone Guitar GDI21Published on 10/05/12 at 11:08
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
everything has been said, ca modeled amps, with shades rather questionable
we like the EQ, and distortion too METAL

jack, xlr

UTILIZATION

manual, or that???

SOUND QUALITY

efffet very average, nothing magical filter ca especially bass and treble heavy, with a sensitivity of bears!

OVERALL OPINION

5 years
finally, she serves as a filter to uen groovebox, who would have thought!
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" Keep your money for something else"

Behringer V-Tone Guitar GDI21Published on 11/30/11 at 14:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The PDAL is a Sino-Teutonic CLNE the Tech21 SansAmp. German design, made in China.
And lucky, as I have a genuine SansAmp GT2, I was easily able to compare guitar amp and sound card PC equal.
No need to procrastinate, the GDI 21 pales in comparison with the MODEL.
The Behringer has for her and one XLR ground lift switch as well. Normal output jack, I felt no diffrence so I guess the Gnd Lift is a power supply for the XLR fantme.
Plastic knobs and low end. Internal power supply crap, like most Behringer.

UTILIZATION

In use, well, it's like his counterpart at Tech21. In fact, I recommend the doc Tlcharger dernire this because it is more complte the examples of sounds than......
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The PDAL is a Sino-Teutonic CLNE the Tech21 SansAmp. German design, made in China.
And lucky, as I have a genuine SansAmp GT2, I was easily able to compare guitar amp and sound card PC equal.
No need to procrastinate, the GDI 21 pales in comparison with the MODEL.
The Behringer has for her and one XLR ground lift switch as well. Normal output jack, I felt no diffrence so I guess the Gnd Lift is a power supply for the XLR fantme.
Plastic knobs and low end. Internal power supply crap, like most Behringer.

UTILIZATION

In use, well, it's like his counterpart at Tech21. In fact, I recommend the doc Tlcharger dernire this because it is more complte the examples of sounds than Behringer.
I am not an anti-Behringer but we reconnatre than a dozen pedals of this brand I had (all sold since), I had problem with the quality of 3 / 4 of them is to be dballage in the weeks following their purchase: that spit knobs, switch to lche especially big problem of buzz and breath with a power supply, or even a Maxon Powerplant premium. The power supplies are really bad for Behringer and trs often a problem of mass which makes them unusable.
For comparison, I use more than Maxon branches under the same conditions, and it has great value: high quality sound and no breath.

SOUND QUALITY

Having also a Bassman possd two pedals that are supposed to formulate, I can say that none of it well simulates this amp. Even if the grain and tone are not COPIS prs, is the legalization diffrent and warmth of his no.
To speak of the Behringer SPECIFICATIONS from the Tech21, trs is simple: until 1 / 4 of the drive, it is virtually the same.
Between 1 / 4 and 1 / 2, the Tech21 is doing much better in terms of saturation and clarity of sound.
APRS 1 / 2, I do not know, the Behringer breath so as to be unworkable in any fawn.
I prcise I play on Kinman Noiseless Blues pickups, microphones plutt premium and my Start makes no noise part of the channel of an amplifier drive lamps or elsewhere on the SansAmp ...

OVERALL OPINION

Keep your dough and buy a real pedals. Your neighbors, your ears and your guitar will thank you. I lost 25 euros, so be it.
Less comprehensive and more expensive, I would advise the AMT Tweed Sound for the Bassman and the Marshall for the M1, or R1 for Mesa. The at least, almost sounds like a real, better than the Tech21 Blonde / British / California and Boss FBM-1 and ST-2 equivalents in any case.
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Behringer V-Tone Guitar GDI21Published on 07/22/05 at 05:57
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Dj said and then there's the site of Behringer ...

UTILIZATION

I'm used exclusively to play alone or in home studio, never on scne or in groups.
The switch is gnral nothing for me ... What is a power button.
The edition of the sounds is super easy even for big fingers like mine, the knobs are a little LGERS so they look a lot faster ... must be dlicat is not what marshall .

There's actually a ... that fits on an A4 folded in eight.
History of not putting the power supply not included 10 snaps on the ct of the pedals is not very practical forcment ... [edit: and mine "a little grillquot, and all grid transformers that i put, so i use a transformer in the battery case ...]
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Dj said and then there's the site of Behringer ...

UTILIZATION

I'm used exclusively to play alone or in home studio, never on scne or in groups.
The switch is gnral nothing for me ... What is a power button.
The edition of the sounds is super easy even for big fingers like mine, the knobs are a little LGERS so they look a lot faster ... must be dlicat is not what marshall .

There's actually a ... that fits on an A4 folded in eight.
History of not putting the power supply not included 10 snaps on the ct of the pedals is not very practical forcment ... [edit: and mine "a little grillquot, and all grid transformers that i put, so i use a transformer in the battery case ...]

SOUND QUALITY

In total there are 27 possible combinations ... pretty playable and I do not know.

Tweed is an amplifier that saturates around with a lot of bass and treble enough slamming
Brit is an amplifier that saturates most mdium very high and not too low
Calif. is an amplifier that saturates autand that Brit but with more bass, more treble and midrange matris a little hollow.

I think the Brit sharp and not too pretty trs. The caliph and the tweed trs are good (a little tweed crunch means any one of the same ... too wide bandwidth in the high ...)

Cln channel is clean, or at least since with the simulated saturated Brit Calif. and has the big crunch dj.
HiG channel distortion is rich in acute and high mdium
Hot amne more bass and lower than mdium HiG but the diffrence is not super obvious.

Classic: simulates a transplanted by a 57 HP not too low and not many acute
Center: the microphone is located in the center of HP so full of bass and treble
X Off: Microphones off-axis so as center but without the sharp

I only use the center position. Classic makes me think too much and has a softphone qualo offX lack of prsence and do any other diffrence with possde Center.

Point of view of the drive knob lets you go from one to three in winning even if I would have Oens does not hurt to go a little further for distos lacks some sustain and to thickness.
The equalo is quite effective, not like a fender but better than a marshall at least
The level knob does not color the sound ...

For résumé if there are 27 suits me I use only 4 or 5 that I find playable: Calif. / hot / center for large saturated with the substance or drive nice crunch with the drive 0, Twed / clean / center for a clean trs really nice and pretty, twed / hot / center for clean and crunch at the gain which is not bad either. I use the not too gnralement Brit I find worse than the Calif of all the plans a little, as their sound is like.

In any case a sound rather cold and there is no big crunch soft and warm and it is not that bandwidth is a little off in the treble, it is appropriate to a low pass to 12 or 15 kHz to taste one to find their normal HP.

OVERALL OPINION

I use intensment for 3 days and I am satisfied with TRS! My distos have more than potatoes in a mix of plugs and I'm forced to turn on the computer for a bit with Scratch sound reasonable!

The sound is not pretty as such but a body which makes them very good guitars Submitted trs and many muscles!

Question qualitprix I think for 46 you can hardly do better ... Ideal for Students home studio just a little broke with neighbors capricious ...
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  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: V-Tone Guitar GDI21
  • Series: V-Tone
  • Category: Guitar Amp Simulation Pedals
  • Added in our database on: 01/21/2005

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