Behringer V-Ampire LX1200H
Behringer V-Ampire LX1200H

V-Ampire LX1200H, Modelling Guitar Amp Head from Behringer in the V-Ampire series.

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SlapKid 10/25/2009

Behringer V-Ampire LX1200H : SlapKid's user review

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I had this head for about a year, very well done, no reliability problems and I played catch with. And for good reason, the watts are anounce to halve in reality. Well, with two 4x12 boxes is enough anyway!

So digital presets and full of modeled amps, onboard compressor and tutti quanti, good quality I would say.

The big problem is the entry level of the machine, even at the bottom with a scraper not extraordinarily powerful it snaps.
This level is adjustable, but not enough apparently, and it saw the sound.


Ben is not simple, or at least not intuitive. Including the main menu that changes everything, the idea is to adapt the head of each situation keeping the same presets but in reality we do not know where one is.

I put a foot midi yamaha mfc5 and it worked without me of doing anything, phew!

Big negative when it gets changed his silent for a while, line6 did much better.

In fact, this head is far too complicated in view of its real possibilities, speaking sound.


Not bad at all, few dynamic precast but it sounds no worse than the series of spider2 line6. The sounds are varied, I liked the model Engl particular, very nice.
The whole thing sounds pretty sweet, fairly warm, pleasant but I doubt that we can drill properly live situation.

To do this it will be necessary to use specific box, brutal in the midrange and performance per watt.

That's the advantage of a head, actually.


Well, not much to reproach him finally, there is virtually no noise so playable at home without worry. You can even record directly with good overall results. The effects are sufficiently correct to learn to use it, and the noise gate works well.

A nice product, but watch out for the powerful guitars and downtime when changing presets.