Behringer V-Tone GMX212
Behringer V-Tone GMX212

V-Tone GMX212, Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Behringer in the V-Tone series.

iamqman 10/05/2011

Behringer V-Tone GMX212 : iamqman's user review

« A bit pricey for a Behringer? »

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Behringer has a good hold on the market because of their very inexpensive and budget friendly equipment for musicians. They make a whole assortment of different gear for the producer all the way to the standard guitar player. They have a lot of different equipment available at very low in budget friendly prices. This is one of those amplifiers that is targeted towards the beginner guitar player for someone who just needs a simple practice amplifier without paying too much for it.


* Powerful 2 x 60-Watt Guitar Workstation with authentic V-Tone Analog Modeling

* 2 original heavy-duty 12 in. Jensen guitar speakers for classic sound

* Authentic V-Tone Analog Modeling for 3 classic guitar amps, 3 speaker simulation models plus 3 gain modes. 27 modeled sounds individually selectable per channel

* 2 independent, full-featured modeling channels offering everything you need from clean to crunch to super-fat distortion sounds

* FXT - ultra-flexible FX Tracking allows independent effects settings on each channel

* Dynamizer circuitry captures every nuance of your playing and lends tube-like compression to your tone

* 24-bit stereo multi-effects processor with world-class effects such as chorus, flanging, phasing, rotary, auto-wah, echo, delay, compressor and various effect combinations with 99 user presets and MIDI control

* Integrated auto-chromatic tuner controllable via footswitch

* Additional loudspeaker plus headphones outputs with integrated speaker simulation

* Adjustable aux in and dedicated tape input for playback or other line-level signals (e.g. CD player, drum computer)

* Stereo tape and line outputs with speaker simulation for direct recording and live applications

* Insert facility for external effects devices (rack effects, stomp boxes, wah-wah pedals, etc.)

* Dual footswitch FS112 for channel selection, effect bypass and tuner activation included


This is an amplifier that basically is a modeling amplifier somewhat like a lines 6 amplifier. It has a lot of different workable voicings and tones in modes to choose from. It has a multiple amount of effects to choose from and everything is programmable and with just a touch of the dial you can dial in different tones for different applications.

Overall this is a pretty basic amplifier for someone is looking for a very cheap and inexpensive way to get an all-in-one amplifier. This thing is going to have a wealth of different sounds and effects in different tones for anything from country all the way up into metal tones. This is going to be a practice and primarily for someone is looking just be able to hammer away on her guitar in their home or office. It's a simple 60 W amplifier that has to Independent channels . You can also input your CD player or MP3 player see you can play directly into this thing.


Overall for the price is not that bad of an amplifier but it's certainly not to be a professionals amplifier either. This amplifier comes in new ride at around $330. That's not too bad of a price for a pretty versatile practice in. And I got a emphasize that this is a practice amplifier and really not meant to go out and gig with. Certainly you can do that and I'm sure that people do but this amplifier is not geared towards the awesome tone that many tube amplifiers can provide.