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Behringer Digital Reverb DR600

Reverb for Guitar from Behringer

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iamqmaniamqman

its ok

Behringer Digital Reverb DR600Published on 02/14/12 at 14:54
Behringer is one of those companies has really known for their very inexpensive budget friendly music equipment. They have everything from guitar amplifiers to the foot pedals to rack gear and studio equipment as well. This is one of their foot pedals that is a digital reverb with a few control knobs to give you enough operation for pretty much any type of reverb you want at a very budget friendly price. This is a simple design and certainly a cheaper reverb pedal then you would see from Boss or even any other name brand pedals.

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This title has four control knobs to get a enough operation for anyone to dial in a decent enough time. First you have a level, town, time, and...…
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Behringer is one of those companies has really known for their very inexpensive budget friendly music equipment. They have everything from guitar amplifiers to the foot pedals to rack gear and studio equipment as well. This is one of their foot pedals that is a digital reverb with a few control knobs to give you enough operation for pretty much any type of reverb you want at a very budget friendly price. This is a simple design and certainly a cheaper reverb pedal then you would see from Boss or even any other name brand pedals.

UTILIZATION


This title has four control knobs to get a enough operation for anyone to dial in a decent enough time. First you have a level, town, time, and then the mode switch which gives you a spring reverb a plate, hall, room and enough variance in voicings. This is a pretty easy pedal to Thailand a decent enough time.

SOUND QUALITY


This is a digital reverb is an easy sound so you can't really figure out how to use it and you probably shouldn't be playing guitar. The sound of this panel is not that great and certainly not wanted. I would keep on my board personally, but it is something for a beginner player or someone is on a very tight budget enough time to get the job done.

OVERALL OPINION


You can find these new for right around $38 or so online and in most music stores. That is a very good price for a digital reverb pedal. This is not a very rich sounding pedal and will not give you the tone that you need out of some of the higher end pedals that honestly feel and sound more natural. This pedal does not sound natural but it it something for someone to pick up who is on a budget.

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Little_PacoLittle_Paco

Behringer Digital Reverb DR600Published on 08/22/11 at 02:14
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is a reverb pedal on the floor of the type posable, editable via the fingers, two inputs, two outputs (which I prappel plus interest).
This complete digital technology SMD everything.

A little cheap plastic case, on which we must avoid jumping in with both feet, but it's not a sugar thing either.

UTILIZATION

Reverb type to choose from:
spring reverb, plate, hall room, gate reverb and flanger.

Buttons states:
Reverb type
period
tone
volume

Editing simple effects and complicated by the blue LED activation bursting eyes completely true horror.

SOUND QUALITY

Level sound quality, it's okay, it's transparent and it makes the reverb.

I like the reverb
-...…
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This is a reverb pedal on the floor of the type posable, editable via the fingers, two inputs, two outputs (which I prappel plus interest).
This complete digital technology SMD everything.

A little cheap plastic case, on which we must avoid jumping in with both feet, but it's not a sugar thing either.

UTILIZATION

Reverb type to choose from:
spring reverb, plate, hall room, gate reverb and flanger.

Buttons states:
Reverb type
period
tone
volume

Editing simple effects and complicated by the blue LED activation bursting eyes completely true horror.

SOUND QUALITY

Level sound quality, it's okay, it's transparent and it makes the reverb.

I like the reverb
- It's flat, own a nice little bright
- The spring (spring is too clean and does not imitate enough flaws and feature a spring reverb to be interesting)
- The Hall is nice
- The room I never really liked this
- The gate must be able to do fun stuff with.
- The flerb I have never seen the interest of this


The action of the tone knob and button-term gain from being a little more drastic.
Button action level is not necessarily great for normal use of the effect the first quarter of the race just beyond we enter the field of ground bizarre, which interest me. So I would have preferred a more progressive course, but hey it takes for all tastes.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had six months, my amp with no reverb I wanted one, I had a Holier grail.
The electro harmonix sounded a little nicer and more music, for it offered against unnecessary adjustments and had a size too big, so I sold it, and I have this little choppée Beringher.

The spring of electro harmonix was prettier, for against the settings available on Berhinger are interesante.

This is not Beringher trranscendante, but has no life either. I have no reverb on my amp, it's still a nice effect, and finally this pedal sounds better than most reverbs ressot available on the amps.
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  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Digital Reverb DR600
  • Category: Reverbs for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 08/21/2008

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