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Behringer Acoustic Modeler AM100

Other Guitar Effect from Behringer belonging to the Acoustic Modeler series

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Diary Of An AxemanDiary Of An Axeman

A workable excellent pedal .

Behringer Acoustic Modeler AM100Published on 12/30/23 at 23:24
Many people don't like Behringer pedals, but I like this one . And I own , both , a Boss AC 2 and AC3 .
People complain about it being house in a plastic casing or it's hard to access the battery compartment .

I put the Behringer AM100 Acoustic Modeler in one of my loops in a a Decibel Eleven Loop Expander to be activated not by my foot , but activated by my MIDI Controller,
I added a Boss GE-7 band Eq with it to simulated a Nylon String guitar and it works magnificently.

Features
1. A Mode Switch to have a choice of Standard, Large, Piezo or Bright .
If I flick the switch to Large with my Boss GE-7 band Eq, I can achieve a great Nylon String guitar for songs like Diary Of A Madman,...…
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Many people don't like Behringer pedals, but I like this one . And I own , both , a Boss AC 2 and AC3 .
People complain about it being house in a plastic casing or it's hard to access the battery compartment .

I put the Behringer AM100 Acoustic Modeler in one of my loops in a a Decibel Eleven Loop Expander to be activated not by my foot , but activated by my MIDI Controller,
I added a Boss GE-7 band Eq with it to simulated a Nylon String guitar and it works magnificently.

Features
1. A Mode Switch to have a choice of Standard, Large, Piezo or Bright .
If I flick the switch to Large with my Boss GE-7 band Eq, I can achieve a great Nylon String guitar for songs like Diary Of A Madman, Mother Earth / Revelation, Holy Wars ( Punishment Due ) or Fade To Black .
2. A Level knob to dictate how much this pedal affects your sound .
3. Enhance knob to add more treble to the signal .
4. The Resonance knob to add more lower mids and bass to the signal .

I use a Detuner, Chorus from my Digitech RP-12 and 2112 SGS to simulate a 12 string guitar and the AM100 does a very good job to make it sound like an 12 Acoustic guitar to play songs like Can't Kill Rock n Roll or Dead Or Alive on stage or at rehearsal .

The AM100 blended in my set up much better than my Boss AC2 or AC3 .

I also used this pedal to enhance my Ovation to get rid of the excess treble and made it sound more like a large Jumbo Acoustic guitar .
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j.fradj.frad

Behringer Acoustic Modeler AM100Published on 09/24/05 at 04:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Behringer acoustic simulator pedal in, is 23 euros, or I found ...
Well after what I saw on this series of pedals it's all transistors, surface mount, one of two outputs, direct out (= wet / dry)
This is a copy of the boss as tt would expect the world ...
-A mode selector: standard, large, piezo, bright
-A level of knob, one for enhance (to excite high), for a res (set low)
for features, not need more ...

UTILIZATION

I did not have the manual as this was the demo version of the store, I branch and it worked in testing and turning the knobs are an easy way out ...
for making the look a little cheap screen printing does not trust, and the plastic of the box either ... the...…
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Behringer acoustic simulator pedal in, is 23 euros, or I found ...
Well after what I saw on this series of pedals it's all transistors, surface mount, one of two outputs, direct out (= wet / dry)
This is a copy of the boss as tt would expect the world ...
-A mode selector: standard, large, piezo, bright
-A level of knob, one for enhance (to excite high), for a res (set low)
for features, not need more ...

UTILIZATION

I did not have the manual as this was the demo version of the store, I branch and it worked in testing and turning the knobs are an easy way out ...
for making the look a little cheap screen printing does not trust, and the plastic of the box either ... the opening of the valve battery change I look pretty crappy so I remove points ...

SOUND QUALITY

What you should know is that this kind of pedal does not work well with humbuckers, you must plug in a Start or Tele for it makes it almost ...
The very first time that I tested, I believe t enough, plugs into a small fender amp, the sound approached a lot of noise, but without being able to induce The Auditor's error ... but I thought it was pretty good for this price!
A black dot, the background noise! Of course a plastic box does not isolate the circuit of interference, however ... it seemed to do its job.

the second time I compare the simulator boss and frankly there is no picture! As only she could convince a little bit, as the boss crushes! with the boss really think we have a sound! it's super efficient. after it reconnects the behringer and say: Yeah .... not so good this stuff ... Good point, the breath as long as the boss behringer ... It's been something in common!
Now a 150 between a boss and a behringer 23 I understand that one can be tempted ... but I think the blow is I think the opportunity is boss acoustic simulator I have no ...

OVERALL OPINION

Ben if you are not very demanding, it makes the case, ca can troubleshoot, but this pedal can not hold a candle to the original boss that it really restores the nuances of acoustic playing! So no big surprise after all.
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EransBroox78EransBroox78

Behringer Acoustic Modeler AM100Published on 11/10/05 at 14:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See description above is completely accurate
As for the doc, it's a good zero point but given the difficulty settings, you can largely do without
The plastic housing is not great either

UTILIZATION

The use could not be more simple, personal, I use it at home with a custom Samick Valley Art whose microphones have been completely replaced (by the Seymour Duncan) with a tube preamp, I do not advise the using live, it is made to repeat or emergencies than anything else

SOUND QUALITY

Personally, I tested it with a Washburn N2 with a Start plugged us live on my sound system and a headphone preamp,
at first I was afraid she does not release too many blows and it's going, it's...…
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See description above is completely accurate
As for the doc, it's a good zero point but given the difficulty settings, you can largely do without
The plastic housing is not great either

UTILIZATION

The use could not be more simple, personal, I use it at home with a custom Samick Valley Art whose microphones have been completely replaced (by the Seymour Duncan) with a tube preamp, I do not advise the using live, it is made to repeat or emergencies than anything else

SOUND QUALITY

Personally, I tested it with a Washburn N2 with a Start plugged us live on my sound system and a headphone preamp,
at first I was afraid she does not release too many blows and it's going, it's still correct even if the sound is very cold, which is to my taste the difference with the equivalent boss
they are compared both with a Start and a Washburn us and there is no picture

OVERALL OPINION

At 23 euros the pedal, it's still a good value / price against the huge missing is the battery compartment which is really badly done
there is much difference between the behringer boss and the simulator between the Variax acoustic and boss
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IkkiniIkkini

Behringer Acoustic Modeler AM100Published on 11/13/05 at 05:02
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Here is a small pedals of modlisation acoustic electric guitar for your 22!
On the collection's outdoor aspect, a lot like the Boss pedals, but the Casing is plastic and the power connection on the right ct (which is pretty teacher, I find).

UTILIZATION

The use is very simple, you plug it works! We shoot three buttons, and we look a little hop, there is the rglage we need ... For the manual, for against, it's a joke, a piece of paper with three words ...

SOUND QUALITY

The report is absolutely not raliste, no one could believe that this is an acoustic guitar (but for this, what better than a acoustic guitar?), But I find rendering trs nice and enjoyable. This small pedals allows...…
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Here is a small pedals of modlisation acoustic electric guitar for your 22!
On the collection's outdoor aspect, a lot like the Boss pedals, but the Casing is plastic and the power connection on the right ct (which is pretty teacher, I find).

UTILIZATION

The use is very simple, you plug it works! We shoot three buttons, and we look a little hop, there is the rglage we need ... For the manual, for against, it's a joke, a piece of paper with three words ...

SOUND QUALITY

The report is absolutely not raliste, no one could believe that this is an acoustic guitar (but for this, what better than a acoustic guitar?), But I find rendering trs nice and enjoyable. This small pedals allows me to get a touch of a more friendly and softer with the same guitar. For cons, the big default is the breath that turns systmatique ds Enhance button, for my part I let the minimum and I get sound trs enjoyable.

OVERALL OPINION

In conclusion, I would say that we should not RVer and that 22 euros, I was not expecting to have a rvlation. Nanmoins, this small PDAL me the Possibility of broaden my range of sound and is well enough to use that I wanted to do when buying.
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  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Acoustic Modeler AM100
  • Series: Acoustic Modeler
  • Category: Other Guitar Effects
  • Added in our database on: 03/21/2005

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Other names: acoustic modeler am100, acousticmodeleram100, acoustic modeler am 100, am100, am 100, AM100, AM 100

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