Behringer V-Ampire LX110
Behringer V-Ampire LX110

V-Ampire LX110, Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Behringer in the V-Ampire series.

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iamqman 07/09/2011

Behringer V-Ampire LX110 : iamqman's user review

« Hurts my ears »

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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 handle the frequencies this amp produced.

This amp almost looks like the Line 6 modeling amps. You have a 10 inch Bugera speaker and that will tell you pretty much all you need to hear from this amp. I woulnd't even call this thing an amp. It is computer that makes noise out of a speaker. You just happen to plug a guitar into it.


Factory specs:
45-Watt digital modeling workstation with 16 classic amp and cabinet models
Original heavy-duty 10'' BUGERA dual-cone full-range speaker for faithful sound reproduction
100 memory locations—easily editable and storable
24-bit stereo multi-effects processor including first-class stomp box simulations
Amp/speaker simulation, compressor, noise gate, EQ, modulation effects, delay and reverb simultaneously or in any combination
modulation and pitch bend effects
Extremely low-noise instrument input ensures maximum guitar signal integrity
Stereo RCA Auxiliary input for line-level signals (CD, soundcard, monitoring, etc.)
Remote preset selection and tuner activation (footswitch FS112 included) and remote Wah or continuous FX control (pedal FCV100 optional)
Super-precise and adjustable auto-chromatic tuner
High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany


I physically couldn't tolerate this box for any amount of time. Behringer has not been the most industry standard in quality products and this amp thing is just more of the same. You get a number of amp models and effects but it is so bad that even at low practice volumes it is terrible.

Doesn't mater what guitar you play through this thing it sounds insanely processed. You will not be able to dial in a usable tone for even practicing at home. At least the Line 6 stuff you can listen to for a decent amount of time. This amp you can't listen to for more than a few minutes.


These amps have been discontinued. The used market is the only way to go at this point. I would suggest never buying this amp. The tone is virtually none existent. You cannot find a usable tone in this amp no matter what effects you layer it with.

I would recommend if you must buy an amp modeler to go with the PEavey or Roland stuff. Their stuff is more audibly manageable. This amp needs to be tossed in the fire.