Behringer Digital Reverb DR100
Behringer Digital Reverb DR100

Digital Reverb DR100, Reverb for Guitar from Behringer.

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iamqman 02/14/2012

Behringer Digital Reverb DR100 : iamqman's user review

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The Behringer Digital reverb DR 100 pedal is a decent sounding digital reverb pedal I can get a good it just for someone who is on a tight budget and needs a reverb pedal. This panel has a enough operation and versatility to get you pretty much any style or free verb or you're looking for. It is rose petals that sits nicely and immediately on anyone's pedal board. Overall it's a cool little petal and it is a cheap pedal so a lot of abuse will take it's toll on this unit. It is not a pedal that you can stomp on forever like many Boss pedals. I think this unit while a great price will cost you more money in the long run because of the break down factor involved.


DR100 Features

Ultimate digital reverb effects pedal comparable to state-of-the-art studio processors
24-bit high-resolution stereo reverbs including Spring, Plate, Hall, Room, Gate and Modulate
Dedicated Level, Tone and Time controls for awesome sound shaping
Status LED for effect on/off and battery check
Runs on 9 V battery or the BEHRINGER PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)
First-class electronic On/Off switch for noise-free operation
High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany


The sound of that was not a bad one and all. And fact it's a decent enough sound for someone who needs a bit of airy room reverb to go along with her guitar sound. When are you stick this in a rack unit or just on your foot pedal board it's going to give you the sound that you're looking for with a hint of digital tone involved. This is not an analog unit so it's not can have that warm analog sound but more a tight focused contents of five sound of reverb. So the overall tone it's Gonna be very precise and upfront.


These units have been discontinued for a while now and have been replaced with the 600 series from Behringer. This pedal you can probably find used or in some classifieds for right around $20- $30 or so. They came in new for about $40 so that is a decent price for used. I would recommended the Boss reverbs if you need something durable but if you want budget friendly than this is the way to go. However, I would go with something other than this pedal because it won't last to rigorous playing and stomping and I believe it will quickly run its course in reliability