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BigFred 10/31/2005

Behringer V-Tone GMX1200H : BigFred's user review


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Analog modeling
Connectivity ultra complete, usable live + record in home studio, ...
2 separate channels selectable by push or foot-switch, with each channel:
3-band eq
Dial-amp simulator (x3)
-Selector speaker simulation (x3)
-Level selector (clean / hot / lead)

Self-FX (99 presets) and adjustable front
-Master volume

The 4x12 "recessed handles large model, integrated wheels.


One branch, and tt was the sound now! To refine and find his own sound: it should not take more than 5 minutes! Unless we review all FX ..... ! Do not need the manual!


Blues in saturax, through jazz and funk, ...... is impeccable! If you are extreme metallers, it may take a more violent distortion of input ..... but for the Heavy is turnkey!

Sounds clean: the lens of jazzy round! And with the level selector was in addition to the crunch!

In saturax: crunchy on the Blues Blues ZZTopesque Heavy, Heavy, and that mind-blowing!

Tests with:
Schecter C1-Elite
-Epiphone Les Paul
-Gibson Les Paul Studio
Custom-Strat .... Very well equipped!


Purchased in March 2005,
Super versatile, I just liked a reverb general independent of embedded multi-Fx, but I quibble! The fact assign different FX on each channel is a plus. Example: clean + reverb / delay saturax +! Comes with pedal and change the channel FX on / off.

For 26 years I scratched, I tried all kinds of amps, in a lot of lines!

Value for money: € 195 head, the € 205 4x12 ", € 10 postage! Are summarized: 2x60W, 2 channels parfaitrement separate integrated multi-Fx, and 4x12!" Buy the equivalent separate components, ...... ! Unbeatable value for money!
If I had a budget free .... I would have something with lots of lights! But when you see the quality, finish, and the possibilities of this stuff .... for a ridiculous price, ... YES! I would do the same choice!

Come on, I take a point for the overall reverb! But it's really because I quibble!