Behringer V-Tone GM108
Behringer V-Tone GM108

V-Tone GM108, Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Behringer in the V-Tone series.

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Average Score:3.6( 3.6/5 based on 18 reviews )
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MGR/Brenton's review"Behringer GM108"

Behringer V-Tone GM108
I got this guitar amp with my first guitar pack the Behringer V-Tone GM108 guitar pack. It cost my dad $210 australian for the pack. We purchased it at a music shop called KC's Rock shop, Boronia in Victoria.

I just love the fact that it has the amp, style and speaker settings to get different amp sounds which is great for beginers. It also features gain, high, low and mid controls +master (volume)

If there is one thing i dont like about it is that the gain control does not have a wide distortion range compared to peavey and marshall. Even a 10watt marshall amp has more distortion that this.

Well made. In the car boot it will topple over tons and still be in miint condition. Well made for a cheap amp. Proves that behringer are doing a great job.

This is the PERFECT amp for the beginner. 15watts means your not gunna go on live with it but its not made for that either. Its made for the beginner to jam with a friend and practise because it has a LOT of options.

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MGR/Mike in Michigan11/21/2004

MGR/Mike in Michigan's review"Behringer V-Tone GM108 Modeling Amp"

Behringer V-Tone GM108
Purchased at Gutar Center for $59.99 (list price is $79.99)

This is an incredibly versatile modeling amp. It models 3 different amps, 3 speaker configurations and 3 gain settings. It also offers a 3 band equalizer along with a separate drive control. Add in the headphone jack, CD input and master volume and you have an incredible package. The tweed models Fender, the British models Marshall and the California models Mesa/Booogie. The clean is clean and the overdrive modeling is pretty darned good. You get the impression of compression rather than clipping. When you use the speaker models (other than "Flat") you would not beleive the sound if being produced by a single 8 inch speaker. This amp is LOUD when you want it to be.

I like everything about this amp.

This is built llike a tank. I have taken it on the road with me for business trips in checked luggage. The size and weight make it great for that purpose. The quality is excellent.

This is a great amp. It works wonderfully at home and on the road. The headphone jack kept me from getting tossed out of my hotel while on the road and playing later at night. The modeling is getting VERY close to analog overdrive and tone. This all comes in a compact, affordable package. When looking for this amp, I compared it head-to-head with several others (all costing more 1.5 to 3 times more) and this little amp blew them all away. If you want an amp that sounds great, and gives you amazing versatility without breaking the bank or your back, buy this amp.

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Doblocargo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" is pointless"

Behringer V-Tone GM108
a transistor amplifier
15w power
adjustable equalizer usual
Amp Modelling

short the amp to make noise in an apartment


very very simple configuration
not read the manual
and for sound noise ..... yes


should no style of music

simple to clean as I would say that we can try to start learning with
but we soon fed up with this stuff

I have the buy to try my first electric guitar that was small quality (squire bullet)

as I said, play a sound clean his pass
ssinon the other its really bad bad bad


I have the last 5 years
j I play on a half years
to learn the electric
ca apartment for I do not see the utility of buying
it is on that I would try the other stuff before the purchase
but still lack the means and that we play well we press that lead to no good
as: C is very slight
Cons: everything else
money I think for a bit of material you can have 10 times more valuable
with no experience I will buy this amp not
No, because I dare not even sell it.

pauloo51's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer V-Tone GM108
Well ... 15 watt transistor amp ... input jack, clean and distortion effect ... etc. ....


Yes. The setup is very simple. His level, I make every distortion because the clean sound is really rotten.


No, it would be more my style of music! I play with a strato above, a multi-branch effects ZOOM G2. The sound that I obtain: As I say prcdemment, I make every disto because with the clean sound, you can not have that sound sucks.
I do not like sonority that is, I hates almost all!


I use it since January 2006, fortunately, since I have a Marshall!
I like the setup very easy, but no audio.
No, I had not tried other amps but I beginners this era.
The report is very qualitprix correct.

No! I never would do this either with the experience.

chris_arock's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer V-Tone GM108
15W transistor amp, HP 8 "Berhringer.
Came a Jack, a line in, 1 headphone ...
Choice of 3 types of amp, 3 type 3 type of saturation and Stack.
In addition to a three Band Equaliser.
For a small 15W, the range of sound is large.


Configuration is very simple, read the instructions once to understand quickly what matches the settings and go.
This gives her a different asser easily, but not necessarily the look if you do not pass through an effects pedal.
The manual is sufficient.


I play old rock like Slash, so I plug my pedal AX5G not by the input jack, but through the line and I must admit that j'obtient sound very correct!
Grave not so bad over my pedal simulates a fairly light and I find her very warm sound that comes out. Well nothing to do with a tube amp of course.
But the 15W are covered directly by the bass amp of my friend or even by the battery ... short enough wattage for the room


Its been 2 years 1 / 2 I play rock, I managed to make good progress with it!
In any first amp that I do not regret it at all! I find it better than the marshall MG30 my guitar in my band (bravo Marshall)

price / quality ratio, I think better than the small little fender or marshall ... just perfect to start and play alone.

If I ever start guitar, so I can return to the same pack ...

spider37's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer V-Tone GM108
Transistor amplifier 15watts
equalizer setting low, middle, high (not very convincing)
a modeling effect not too bad
cd input and headphone output


The use and simple enough
simple effects are activated
(Simple enough to not have to read the manual)
it's like plug-and-play
one branch and we play


The sound is not bad in itself (although the sound be a little flat, but at the same time it's a bit like the amp on any low-end)
The biggest problem is that adding an effects pedal is thoroughly saturated the amplifier ...
and in addition to the sound output and more than mediocre ... (In addition to saturation)
I have a boss ds-1 and when I branch is flat ... it's not the way out, it's like it has remained inside the amp ...
Then when I put it in a friend, is the explosion of "flavor" (albeit a small marshall 10Watt)

Finally to say that sound level is not the top at all


Nearly seven months I have this amp and I finally ordered a peavey tube
started to not bad but as soon as you buy a pedal bin is the first damn it ...
I saw that price / quality ratio was pretty good
frankly I had the amp in a pack and if I could, I took something else ... (Fender or marshall amp although the MG not be top ...)

MajorSliver's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer V-Tone GM108
- What kind of amplification: transistor
- What is the power dlivre? 15 w


- The configuration is it simple? trs simple yes
- Gets it easy to sound good? dpend so easily while the sound you want to have


- Is it your style of music? so for my part I do rock and metal


- How long have you use it? 7 months
- How do you report qualitprix?
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? No, I got in a pack with my guitar and my next purchase a course marshall has 116 ^ ^

gouna's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer V-Tone GM108
Modlisation amp, 15 watts RMS.
Rglages simple, no effects.


Panel's thanks the vari modlisation.
Distorted a little bogged down, clear sound nice.
The manual is nice, but worth ...


Good for playing blues, rock, hard rock.


Used for 6 months.
Chang for a Marshall MG100 DFX. (Cause group play)
I recommend this Behringer to play at home is the top.

ekerisann's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer V-Tone GM108
See previous descriptions ...
At this price and its range is not so bad ...


Configuration is very simple, I had the first amp and I knew the master in no time.
This gives a good sound easy because there are several models so a nice choice, and then combined with 3-band EQ ca, broadening the scope.
The manual is very clear and simply because it offers settings for start, explains the principle of each knob, etc., so no complaints.
To start it is nice but with hindsight we realize that there are gaps ...


I play mostly metal and I must say that without a guitar with humbuckers or a powerful distortion pedal to it's hard to do the heavy but good amp can be used after his debut as the sound is OK if you know be resolved.
I used it with the guitar behringer v-tone of the pack at first, then with my f50 and then combined with the Boss GT 8 and I was very happy I have to say, including at the beginning because I was a newbie and I just beginning.
We get a sound close to the metal by going into amp and speaker United States and then obviously in overdrive for the EQ depending on his game for a very clean neutral simply snaps into flat, and finally we discover all this without look at the reviews.
I really like the American type and the crunch, I like a little less clean may be lacking in personality but with my 8 GT it was done.
In the end its for real he is better now but not use it alone with a good scratch


I use it since my early days and I love these models that are fun even without effect if you have a good scratch, to go with my multi-effect on the nickel Mison it except maybe the fact that it saturates the acoustic simulator.
This was my first test before so no ampl.
Price / quality ratio really good cest given when trying this game!
I would do this choice because even today I use it and getting started is still good fun, remember to switch to pedal then;)

springfield's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer V-Tone GM108
Transistor amplifier 15watts


The configuration is very simple, find a rather good is easy, the manual is clear and sufficient.


Sound ... we'll talk about things that annoy.
Must prciser that this amp is excellent for beginners in the field of guitar lctrique. I bought in packs (for lack of means) and I do not regret it. I, who knew nothing about trying to find sounds approaching the Who, Jimi Hendrix, and also sounds like Metallica mtal. So I t due much when I finally realized that c'tait impossible with this amp. However one can find good sounds over the range of the product.
I then bought a Zoom PDAL, and find a good sound has rvl trs difficult, acute earache were NOTWITHSTANDING ANY rglages.
It took me 6 / 10 because for the price, even when the sounds are good.


You are a guitarist, but do not have a guitar Deutsche? you want a guitar and an amp lctrique Cheap suitably for beginners in the field of electric? this amp is for you!
I used 6 months, and yes, when you walk into a group we feel as fast as the power is too low. But for a first amp I have no regrets. The report is qualitprix trs well, for cons with the experience I would do not have this choice as a given that I possde Marshall MG100DFX, you understand the logic =) ever larger, ever more powerful ^ ^.