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Behringer Ultra Octaver UO300
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  • lapiculteurlapiculteur

    to avoid

    Behringer Ultra Octaver UO300Published on 12/20/12 at 16:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    ben is a octaver

    UTILIZATION

    you really can not find sounds cool with that I have not tried it with a bass guitar but it is a disaster.

    SOUND QUALITY

    sound quality! well it's almost a disaster. it works with the guitar a little on the three lower strings but with the fourth it starts to get more and if it is half and not even bother, it's nothing on the high E.
    in short, to be honest, it is almost unusable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few hours and she left in the box. I bought secondhand 15 euros and I regret my sub is telling you!
    no sound is exploitable, maybe with a low this useful?
    I have not tried others.
    voila, sorry to leave a review if ne…
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    ben is a octaver

    UTILIZATION

    you really can not find sounds cool with that I have not tried it with a bass guitar but it is a disaster.

    SOUND QUALITY

    sound quality! well it's almost a disaster. it works with the guitar a little on the three lower strings but with the fourth it starts to get more and if it is half and not even bother, it's nothing on the high E.
    in short, to be honest, it is almost unusable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few hours and she left in the box. I bought secondhand 15 euros and I regret my sub is telling you!
    no sound is exploitable, maybe with a low this useful?
    I have not tried others.
    voila, sorry to leave a review if negative, this is the first time it happens but frankly if I can avoid buying it I would be happy for you.
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