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Behringer Guitar amplification user reviews

  • Behringer Vintager AC112

    Behringer Vintager AC112 - "Pawn Shop prize"


    I've been looking for an amp for home so I don't have to crank up my 50 Watt Marshall Super Lead, but I didn't want to sacrifice too much tone. I also wanted an amp that works well playing blues and rock. I saw this amp in a pawn shop and had no know…

  • Behringer Ultrastack BG412V

    Behringer Ultrastack BG412V - "Excellent speaker for the money"


    I bought this ultra heavy speaker box in 2007 for around AU $450 because I had heard good things about them. I've used it on a Vox valvestate as an extension speaker and then a Bugera 333 Infinium head. I also own two original Rola Celestion greenbac…

  • Behringer V-Tone GMX212

    Behringer V-Tone GMX212 - "piece of junk"


    had this for some time and it wasn't until yesterday tht I learned I was suppose to get a footswitch with it and didn't, attempted to find a source to purchase one from behringer only to be told they don't come with the footswitch now, and the footsw…

  • Behringer V-Tone GMX112

    Behringer V-Tone GMX112 - "Fun Amp for Home and Beginners"


    The GMX 112 is a 60 watt analog modelling amp with a Bugera speaker. It has all of the effects that a typical guitarist could hope to use along with 3 amp models and different gain types. Visually, it is a pleasant amp to look at. I has a "vintage" l…

  • Behringer V-Tone GMX212

    Behringer V-Tone GMX212 - "A bit pricey for a Behringer?"


    Behringer has a good hold on the market because of their very inexpensive and budget friendly equipment for musicians. They make a whole assortment of different gear for the producer all the way to the standard guitar player. They have a lot of diffe…

  • Behringer V-Tone GMX212

    Behringer V-Tone GMX212 - "Better suited for the studio than live"


    This is an "analog" modeler, although Behringer doesn't go into any great detail to describe how or what makes this analog as a pose to a digital modeling combo. This is a solid-state amplifier. It is a stereo combo that runs at 2x60 watts and feat…

  • Behringer V-Ampire LX110

    Behringer V-Ampire LX110 - "Hurts my ears"


    The is Behringer's attempt at the amp modeling. These amps are very cheap and terrible sounding. At least the Line 6 my ears can tolerate the tone for a few seconds. The tone of this amp is so bad I just couldn't take it. My ears flat out couldn't ha…

  • Behringer V-Ampire LX110

    Behringer V-Ampire LX110 - "Affordable yet Inspiring"


    This piece contains a 10" bugera dual-cone full-range speaker with a 45 watt digital modeling system which delivers clear mids and highs and surprisingly robust, chugging lows. This can definately play alongside a drumset and bass in a garage or base…

  • Behringer V-Amp 2

    Behringer V-Amp 2 - "Decent POD alternative"


    The V-Amp 2 was Behringer's version of the infamous Line 6 POD. It has very similar features to the original POD, but it's not quite as versatile. Going through all the features would take awhile, so I'll just hit some of the highlights -- It featu…

  • Behringer X V-Amp

    Behringer X V-Amp - Audiofanzine FR's review


    Originally written by Lenoir on Audiofanzine FR. You get everything you need in a compact footboard housing. Everything is very basic and plug and play. Guitar, X V-amp, phones/amp/hifi system and that's it. UTILIZATION Very easy to use if you rea…