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Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800
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Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800

Overdrive pedal from Behringer .

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" the ultimate screamer boost +++"

Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800Publié le 10/10/14 à 02:25
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replica of the reference to 95% of the Tube Screamer Ibanez, overdrive crying fun lol

Connections in / out 9v AC adapter

UTILIZATION

general configuration very simple again!

no manual useful ...

SOUND QUALITY

EFFECTIVE indeed! 9/10

What I am looking no doubt!

I use it in Boost for solos ET sharp rhythms for songs more "metal" along with the TO100.
This gives a power and clarity sound for solos, drooling and wishes for rhythm "metal" a stage further overdrive (coupled to TO100) approximating a heavy distortion!

Nickel 10/10

OVERALL OPINION

acquired in January 2014 by chance, the pedal is solid but cheap appearance.

Unbeatable value for money and how......
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replica of the reference to 95% of the Tube Screamer Ibanez, overdrive crying fun lol

Connections in / out 9v AC adapter

UTILIZATION

general configuration very simple again!

no manual useful ...

SOUND QUALITY

EFFECTIVE indeed! 9/10

What I am looking no doubt!

I use it in Boost for solos ET sharp rhythms for songs more "metal" along with the TO100.
This gives a power and clarity sound for solos, drooling and wishes for rhythm "metal" a stage further overdrive (coupled to TO100) approximating a heavy distortion!

Nickel 10/10

OVERALL OPINION

acquired in January 2014 by chance, the pedal is solid but cheap appearance.

Unbeatable value for money and how sufficient !!
10/10
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" Behringer ... But not bad nonetheless."

Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800Publié le 08/08/12 à 19:53
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Overdrive pedal, the system copy of ibanez tube sreamer.
Analog.
The green is quite pleasant to the euil, the form is an ugly can I find ...
It's plastic, and it is signed behringer ... Brief for a connoisseur, ca not inspire much confidence ...
Not burst the LED eyes, contraiment has most of the behringer ...

UTILIZATION

VOLUME / TONE / GAIN

SOUND QUALITY

This is an overdrive, it's the only one I've ever had, so I can not really compare ...
This is less saturated and more "creamy" as my Boss DS-2, but I think I compare the disto overdrive general.
Personally, I use it primarily as boosteur, the gain is 0, the tone was 2 hours, and so is the volume.
I play on a......
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Overdrive pedal, the system copy of ibanez tube sreamer.
Analog.
The green is quite pleasant to the euil, the form is an ugly can I find ...
It's plastic, and it is signed behringer ... Brief for a connoisseur, ca not inspire much confidence ...
Not burst the LED eyes, contraiment has most of the behringer ...

UTILIZATION

VOLUME / TONE / GAIN

SOUND QUALITY

This is an overdrive, it's the only one I've ever had, so I can not really compare ...
This is less saturated and more "creamy" as my Boss DS-2, but I think I compare the disto overdrive general.
Personally, I use it primarily as boosteur, the gain is 0, the tone was 2 hours, and so is the volume.
I play on a JCM800 2205, in the limit of a clean crunch, and this pedal helps me to do so either solo undistorted (bulk up the volume) or to push my amp crunch.
And we must admit that for ca it is just perfect.
It compresses well, which is perfect for solo legerment clean "granular", and pushes my amp perfectly beautiful in the JCM800 crunch.
When I increase the gain, ba ... ca overdrive. My jcm seems to appreciate ... I think this pedal are very dependent on the amp used, and it works mainly on lamp amp ...
As the ibanez tube screamer to the final ...
She sometimes used equalizer (boost for serious acute), for AC as it is not too bad.
It does its job.

OVERALL OPINION

I have for almost a year, and no prob, it's reliable. For careful gents like me anyway ...
I tend to say "my TO800? Ba is in my pedal board until something better ... It's cool, but that's what behringer ..."
And poutant ...
I think in the end it is the pedal that I use most in my pedal board, more than my Ibanez WH10, my big muff, my boss what-5, my boss dd-7, my mxr90, my line6 FM4 and surment much as my boss ds-2.
This is my pedal has everything to do ... When I need a bit more volume or less volume, or to push my amp into the crunch, or make the sound more "round" thanks to compression, boost the treble or bass , ba I support it, and do what I ask.
Any of behringer I had my test or nauseated, and my friends are disgusted zicos.
The only one I have "accepted" is the TO800.
If she was not wearing the name "dirty" Behringer, I think I adore him, and quite a gent also aillor.
If love is blind certaint, I think as much, the prejudices make some deaf ...
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" a great boost!"

Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800Publié le 06/24/12 à 10:53
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vintage tube overdrive, it's written on it.

Level of a knob, a tone of, a rate overdrive, a foot switch, in / out, outlet, classic!

UTILIZATION

config archi simple, its easy to get, not to overstate the level of tone, it sounds loud and aggressive fast ....

I personally do not exceed half of the race.

SOUND QUALITY

I served as a booster before my disto, history "clear" sound.

My setting: level at max, tone at 12 h and minimum distortion.

in clean, used alone, it increases the output level, making the sound more "warm" (with an amp with effect transo VTC, so all in all relative, but audible) and depending on the guitar / mic used and the attack with a pick, or it can......
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vintage tube overdrive, it's written on it.

Level of a knob, a tone of, a rate overdrive, a foot switch, in / out, outlet, classic!

UTILIZATION

config archi simple, its easy to get, not to overstate the level of tone, it sounds loud and aggressive fast ....

I personally do not exceed half of the race.

SOUND QUALITY

I served as a booster before my disto, history "clear" sound.

My setting: level at max, tone at 12 h and minimum distortion.

in clean, used alone, it increases the output level, making the sound more "warm" (with an amp with effect transo VTC, so all in all relative, but audible) and depending on the guitar / mic used and the attack with a pick, or it can not get a slight crunch, not bad at all for the blues.

with its distortion, of course, it boosts the sound much more powerful, clearer, pinched harmonics spurt of the amp, same for artificial harmonics, a treat!! The sustain is also increased, this was the goal anyway.

OVERALL OPINION

at that price, it is the best for this kind of use, especially compared to the price of a TS9 or OD808 ....

the day it breaks, I live in a resume, what is the basis of my sound ....
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" behringer"

Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800Publié le 05/20/12 à 07:31
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seems that it is a copy of ibanez tube screamer?

I know too much, I purchased a Behringer pedal to 800

above, are not marked ts 808

brief

Finally, a plastic pedal, so slight, that avoids having to use a

team of movers each time you need to move his pideulborde

UTILIZATION

reading the manual is obviously essential, otherwise you may be likely to confuse the pedal with an outdoor skydiving ... follow my eyes (no, not even disapproving, actually)

SOUND QUALITY

it sounds great.
the real prob of behringer is regular ds quality fab.
I obviously (once) came to fall on a defective product, and it is true that there, it still défectue gravement.mais there something......
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seems that it is a copy of ibanez tube screamer?

I know too much, I purchased a Behringer pedal to 800

above, are not marked ts 808

brief

Finally, a plastic pedal, so slight, that avoids having to use a

team of movers each time you need to move his pideulborde

UTILIZATION

reading the manual is obviously essential, otherwise you may be likely to confuse the pedal with an outdoor skydiving ... follow my eyes (no, not even disapproving, actually)

SOUND QUALITY

it sounds great.
the real prob of behringer is regular ds quality fab.
I obviously (once) came to fall on a defective product, and it is true that there, it still défectue gravement.mais there something called collateral used to replace defective prods by which défectuent not.

OVERALL OPINION

I can not give an opinion regional, not having had the chance to travel the globe.
(BTW, I do no newspaper route)
but what I think of the pedal, but good.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800
  • Category: Overdrive pedals
  • Added in our database on: 07/02/2005

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Other names: vintage tube overdrive to800, vintagetubeoverdriveto800, vintage tube overdrive to 800, to800, to 800, t0800, t0 800, TO800, TO 800

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