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  • high_lighhigh_ligh

    Behringer Hellbabe HB01Published on 08/12/06 at 15:44
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    Optics avoids the mechanical noise which is really well seen by the manufacturer, I use it for a long time but no level adjustments for any worries.

    USE

    For buttons is not clear however its used for certain, easy to use, I use it with my guitar and my Zenox Cort acoustic guitar it goes great.

    SOUND QUALITY

    It does not really work in the bass. but for the impeccable treble.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for 2 weeks, I have never had a wah before, I like people have a choice of battery operation or sector, that price was the right has a very good quality for the price I repeat that choice I think.
  • kip'onkip'on

    Behringer Hellbabe HB01Published on 07/10/07 at 06:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The following notice is rfrer

    USE

    --dropoff Window

    SOUND QUALITY

    --dropoff Window

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    This is an inexpensive wha pretty good bill that will suit those who want to try this, the main advantage - and why I bought - as the pedal is suitable for a bass or guitar. But as' buy wha, I advise you to rather cry baby conomiser for example (depending on your playing style of course).
    The sonority is acceptable, but the problem rel this pedal is that it does not possde true bypass: When ADOPTED effect, the sound and dnatur dgueulasse nothing do with the sound of the guitar plugs directly into the amp ...
    I do not have that choice.
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    The following notice is rfrer

    USE

    --dropoff Window

    SOUND QUALITY

    --dropoff Window

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    This is an inexpensive wha pretty good bill that will suit those who want to try this, the main advantage - and why I bought - as the pedal is suitable for a bass or guitar. But as' buy wha, I advise you to rather cry baby conomiser for example (depending on your playing style of course).
    The sonority is acceptable, but the problem rel this pedal is that it does not possde true bypass: When ADOPTED effect, the sound and dnatur dgueulasse nothing do with the sound of the guitar plugs directly into the amp ...
    I do not have that choice.
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  • jarvis_stevenjarvis_steven

    A Great Toy! A Mediocre Tool!

    Behringer Hellbabe HB01Published on 09/05/14 at 11:10
    The Hellbabe Wah pedal has a typical nine volt power supply, one regular output and one bypass output. It's got a "Boost" that adds an extra "umph" to the output. This level is controlled by a knob on the opposite side of the pedal. It also has a "Q" knob and a "Fine Tune" knob. These control the width of the wah and where it sits on the frequency spectrum. There is also the large "Range" knob that pretty much does the same thing but on a more general level for quicker adjustments.

    All of these sound like great sculpting tools and an opportunity to really dial in that perfectly sought after tone.
    But I don't get it...
    It's a wah...
    I got it because I wanted a WAH pedal. Not somethin…
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    The Hellbabe Wah pedal has a typical nine volt power supply, one regular output and one bypass output. It's got a "Boost" that adds an extra "umph" to the output. This level is controlled by a knob on the opposite side of the pedal. It also has a "Q" knob and a "Fine Tune" knob. These control the width of the wah and where it sits on the frequency spectrum. There is also the large "Range" knob that pretty much does the same thing but on a more general level for quicker adjustments.

    All of these sound like great sculpting tools and an opportunity to really dial in that perfectly sought after tone.
    But I don't get it...
    It's a wah...
    I got it because I wanted a WAH pedal. Not something else.

    Unless something crazy or extremely subtle involving a "controlled phase effect" is desired, Just get something else. Wah wah's are simple and should have minimal controls. This seems like it's got a great thing going with the controls(they are pretty minimal) until you realize just how much time you are spending trying to find a "plain wah" sound instead of these wacky "controlled phase effects" that generally end up coming out of it.

    It is quite heavy in weight and quite durable. My Hellbabe has taken such a beating over the years that it looks like it really has gone through the fiery pits. I had to glue a knob back into place, once. But for it to still work fine electronically is impressive.
    And it's all plastic.
    That's heavy duty plastic.

    It's spring loaded. I like a wah that I can set with the footswitch, personally.
    The sensitivity of the bypass cut off is also weak or strange. As soon as the pedal is compressed enough to turn on, it almost sounds like a break in the signal occurs. No good. You can adjust it with a screwdriver, but I really can't understand why they wouldn't just set that right in the factory.

    UTILIZATION

    The sound effects editing is super easy to do and understand. The only problem is that it's too time consuming if you've already got something specific in mind. It's fun to use if you want your guitar to sound insane and silly. I do not trust the pedal to provide the same tone or effect at every gig. I never use it live. Unless... again... I just want a silly sound effect. It definitely, "wah wahs". But I guarantee it'll be in the wrong sp

    SOUND QUALITY

    It definitely, "wah wahs". But I guarantee it'll be in the wrong spot so often that it isn't worth it. I was playing this pedal and the Cry Baby back to back before this review. I was using a Schecter Diamond Series and a Marshall Combo. The Cry Baby sounded like the Wah sound that I desired. It took about 30 minutes, but eventually, I could make the Hell Babe sound almost as good. Almost.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you want a Wah pedal because you like Wah pedals, save up 30-40 dollars more and get a cry baby. They are in the same price range and are far superior. If you have some cash and you just wanna blow it on a new toy, I would say that this is a great toy.

    Nothing More.
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  • Gaston le gratteuGaston le gratteu

    Cheap and reliable

    Behringer Hellbabe HB01Published on 05/06/14 at 06:39
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    First I had my slap duty crush a snail when I put the foot on a wah, so I opted for optics, after 7 years and over 100 shows it is still there, the only thing is, the axis of the pedal wants cum sails, so super glue.

    UTILIZATION

    Ok, this is plastic, but hey, the sound is up to what we expect this kind of thing, you can choose your frequency range, there's a boost and is not greedy in batteries.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound pierces well the rest of the group when starting in chorus, this is what is asked.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had Morley (too big), Cry Baby (expensive and rather weak).
    30 balls for the fact that serious.
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    First I had my slap duty crush a snail when I put the foot on a wah, so I opted for optics, after 7 years and over 100 shows it is still there, the only thing is, the axis of the pedal wants cum sails, so super glue.

    UTILIZATION

    Ok, this is plastic, but hey, the sound is up to what we expect this kind of thing, you can choose your frequency range, there's a boost and is not greedy in batteries.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound pierces well the rest of the group when starting in chorus, this is what is asked.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had Morley (too big), Cry Baby (expensive and rather weak).
    30 balls for the fact that serious.
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  • Chris MartinsChris Martins

    Behringer Hellbabe HB01Published on 10/05/05 at 04:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    So wha wha and a boost in the same foot, mouth-watering ... A lot of possible settings for the wha ... He does not lack anything. It is therefore no optical switch, we put the foot pedal is depressed slightly and go ...

    UTILIZATION

    Attention to the little knob for adjusting the bypass latency below, it is very useful louse run good use of this pedal, the rest is standard ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Quality very nice (even under the price), but for my part I find the range of sweep short hair, but I'm pretty boring on this, no worse than a standard cry baby, down a little more in serious ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Ben when you look at the price it is a good investment for beg…
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    So wha wha and a boost in the same foot, mouth-watering ... A lot of possible settings for the wha ... He does not lack anything. It is therefore no optical switch, we put the foot pedal is depressed slightly and go ...

    UTILIZATION

    Attention to the little knob for adjusting the bypass latency below, it is very useful louse run good use of this pedal, the rest is standard ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Quality very nice (even under the price), but for my part I find the range of sweep short hair, but I'm pretty boring on this, no worse than a standard cry baby, down a little more in serious ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Ben when you look at the price it is a good investment for beginners or guitarists less fortunate who can taste the joys of wha wha without too much trouble for others, it's still fun without being as good as that a Zakk Wylde or Hendrix
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  • mattdllmattdll

    Behringer Hellbabe HB01Published on 11/26/05 at 14:12
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    Behringer has released this year a little wah pedal defined as versatile and a bargain concurrency. It is equipped with a wheel "range" clamped to 6 working frequencies, a boost adjustable control "Q" to change the shape of the curve of selected frequency and a final knob noted "fine tune" for perfectionists. The plastic construction does not sin too, there is just the axis of the pedal tends to be the trunk a little fast but it makes up easily.

    UTILIZATION

    A wah wah wah wah it's a, it can be adjusted by feel and it is played ... Okay, it's clear that for many settings on this pedal and found the right sound easily with a wheel "range" very convenient to the big bass take the gut…
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    Behringer has released this year a little wah pedal defined as versatile and a bargain concurrency. It is equipped with a wheel "range" clamped to 6 working frequencies, a boost adjustable control "Q" to change the shape of the curve of selected frequency and a final knob noted "fine tune" for perfectionists. The plastic construction does not sin too, there is just the axis of the pedal tends to be the trunk a little fast but it makes up easily.

    UTILIZATION

    A wah wah wah wah it's a, it can be adjusted by feel and it is played ... Okay, it's clear that for many settings on this pedal and found the right sound easily with a wheel "range" very convenient to the big bass take the guts to acute nasal funky way ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    I use it mostly with low and there is the walk! Control "range" allows all the madness after the other knobs are set. With a guitar is fun but also a short hair in the race but beware, by setting it to the hair, it goes impeccable '. The sounds are good and it's a good wah wah, it sounds great (like all wah wah so long as they are set correctly) that the range of action is a little short for a guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I play it for two weeks, I am very happy to have purchased (at that price is given!) And I play well with. The boost is useful and effective in every situation and its sounds very convincing in this category. It can be used for personal work as well as for repeat and concerts. If you want a wah wah to discover the world of effects or even expand your set and your budget does not allow you to exuberance "Jim Dunlopesques", go ahead you will not be disappointed.
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  • superlove31superlove31

    Behringer Hellbabe HB01Published on 04/27/06 at 08:29
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    Wah wah with many useful settings.

    UTILIZATION

    No need to hand his walk alone, you press and snaps. What a pity is that a switch would have been more appropriate to trigger the effect I think ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound quality is excellent for the price.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I will redeem this pedal without hesitation, although I think a switch would better I am following the case very satisfied
  • lgdaslgdas

    Behringer Hellbabe HB01Published on 06/09/06 at 23:25
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    Prcisons right away that I never had another Wah Wah, and I have tried that one, and APRS have bought!

    That said it's a wah wah, with everything you need that big do not always: SETTING THE range, Q, fine tune and boost.
    The range knob is a bit cheap: it will be careful not to walk on.
    The PDAL is plastic but seems sturdy enough for normal use.
    There is no start button: by pressing the pedals lgrement, it activates.

    Hackers beware: the effect is modulated by a system that otpique, a piece of heavy cardboard sealed with pieces of melted plastic sorting on the pedals. If you disassemble to remove the spring, be careful not to force this thing has does not look strong at all! And a…
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    Prcisons right away that I never had another Wah Wah, and I have tried that one, and APRS have bought!

    That said it's a wah wah, with everything you need that big do not always: SETTING THE range, Q, fine tune and boost.
    The range knob is a bit cheap: it will be careful not to walk on.
    The PDAL is plastic but seems sturdy enough for normal use.
    There is no start button: by pressing the pedals lgrement, it activates.

    Hackers beware: the effect is modulated by a system that otpique, a piece of heavy cardboard sealed with pieces of melted plastic sorting on the pedals. If you disassemble to remove the spring, be careful not to force this thing has does not look strong at all! And all fawn, has not only serves to remove the spring :-)

    UTILIZATION

    It is first a simple wah: one operates the pedals and made woouuuaaaa or wouiiiiip or wuuuuuuuuuuuuuiiiiiiiiiioub ... In short, the hair growing and which are either ball crpue discoMan or cascade the Viking depending on whether one plays fonk or metal. She walks cete wah wah!

    The buttons are small it useful ... yes ... and no.
    Compinaisons opportunities are many, which should adapt diffrent situations. But in fact, do we really need everything?
    The diffrence between the combinations may not be significant and it may be easier to have 4 or 6 positions that frankly diffrent 8000.
    The manual is not enough to this point of view: we do not know what is and why RULES. You can find yourself ...

    The race on the pedals is short, trs short, you need the foot end. That said, all have a short stroke Wah ... there must be a reason, as everyone complains and that manufacturers are not doing anything!

    Finally, the effect locks in operating the pedals, there is no switch. This is useful because the effect is IMMEDIATE available, but not practical to cut it: there is a delay ... but in practice, depending on when we would need a timer difffrente. Well, it's a dtail, it will accommodate without too much problem.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I use it with a guitar, the sound is good, the effect is honest without being a caricature. The sound of the guitar is pretty well respected. It's good quality no doubt, first, like all the Berhinger, a trend hum easy in some cases.

    J'apprcie particulirement that it does not shout, it can be fluter the guitar without the sound becomes nasal. This is good.
    Side of the mdaille: it is a less funky and can psych a Vox. It is a choice to make.

    In the lower register, I find this a little less efficient pedals: the effect is quite small, and is pardre dynamics: a mtalleux, may be a problem.

    The boost can be trs useful: it has a switch, so you can play the rhythm without him, and do not put that to the solo, using the wah to pure whistling harmonics ... perfect.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The price quality ratio is outstanding, and that's why I was careful not to try other! With exprience, I would do this choice, and blind as the very first time!
    DCID but if I had to put 2 or 300, it is certain that there are much better, Wahmmy an example!

    This PDAL done its job discrtement, for an amateur is the ball.

    One question remains: what are the consquences of social production as low cot? On the back of us who enjoy a PDAL this price?
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  • FrancodioFrancodio

    Behringer Hellbabe HB01Published on 11/18/06 at 08:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Previously described

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to configure, edit sounds very simple, we find his happiness soon, manual clear enough but you can largely do without

    SOUND QUALITY

    Good quality, it's not on VOX, but for beginners I see no better now.
    I use a squier and a small 10W amp marshall, the rendering is good enough

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very easy to use, very cheap for a wah, a wah look identical to the major, it explodes well with, I suggest to all beginners or those who do not know the sound "wah wah "

    stupid trick: put an elastic on the pedal to avoid that it goes too fast
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    Previously described

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to configure, edit sounds very simple, we find his happiness soon, manual clear enough but you can largely do without

    SOUND QUALITY

    Good quality, it's not on VOX, but for beginners I see no better now.
    I use a squier and a small 10W amp marshall, the rendering is good enough

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very easy to use, very cheap for a wah, a wah look identical to the major, it explodes well with, I suggest to all beginners or those who do not know the sound "wah wah "

    stupid trick: put an elastic on the pedal to avoid that it goes too fast
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  • vince76vince76

    Behringer Hellbabe HB01Published on 11/15/06 at 10:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Dja described prcdement ...
    As usual in Berhinger, tons of CHARACTERISTICS Treats ...
    This time, we quickly disillusioned trs ...

    UTILIZATION

    The fact that there have not intrupteur makes it totally unusable as a group, live ...
    RULES If time is too short, it is cut when you have not finished, and if time is too long, it remains active when you're done ... And given the size of the knob, it is hard to adjust it between songs ...

    Progressiv of the pedals does not exist, no flexibility, it's all or nothing ...
    for AC, as having a self-wah ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound is okay, but the multitude of possible settings do not change much ...

    OVERALL OPINION
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    Dja described prcdement ...
    As usual in Berhinger, tons of CHARACTERISTICS Treats ...
    This time, we quickly disillusioned trs ...

    UTILIZATION

    The fact that there have not intrupteur makes it totally unusable as a group, live ...
    RULES If time is too short, it is cut when you have not finished, and if time is too long, it remains active when you're done ... And given the size of the knob, it is hard to adjust it between songs ...

    Progressiv of the pedals does not exist, no flexibility, it's all or nothing ...
    for AC, as having a self-wah ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound is okay, but the multitude of possible settings do not change much ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm the guitar for over 10 years, I had a cry-baby that I sell the ...
    So I know what a wah-wah pedals.
    Seeing the Berhinger, I said, "for 40 euro, I can not get me ...",
    Having bought via the net, I could not try it ...
    I used a total of one hour and for all ... I packed up and put it for sale on ebay! And I recommended a real wah!

    Makes you wonder if a single guitar was involved in the design of this thing.

    Even in terms of quality-price ratio is a bad deal.
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