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  • Fact that must

    Behringer FCV100Published on 12/18/13 at 05:48
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    I bought this pedal only for use in expression pedal on a pedal Digitech PMC10 twelve o'clock.
    That she does it well ... once I changed my cable to suit the expected by twelve o'clock the pedal connections.
    I never tried to use it as audio volume control (although I sometimes affected CC7 ;-)) I do not comment on that use.
    This is the first and only pedal of this type that I use, but I just searched the ads before you buy. In the same price range, the ones I had seen seemed to light manufacturing level.
    What I like is the impression it gives strength and rubber coating that prevents slipping underfoot as on the ground.
    What I like least is that this strength is paid by the weight......
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    I bought this pedal only for use in expression pedal on a pedal Digitech PMC10 twelve o'clock.
    That she does it well ... once I changed my cable to suit the expected by twelve o'clock the pedal connections.
    I never tried to use it as audio volume control (although I sometimes affected CC7 ;-)) I do not comment on that use.
    This is the first and only pedal of this type that I use, but I just searched the ads before you buy. In the same price range, the ones I had seen seemed to light manufacturing level.
    What I like is the impression it gives strength and rubber coating that prevents slipping underfoot as on the ground.
    What I like least is that this strength is paid by the weight and bulk.
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  • No one ...

    Behringer FCV100Published on 11/30/11 at 02:44
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    How long have you use it?
    I have used several times for 1 year.

    What is the particular feature you like best?
    It is cheap and quite useful (I did not use modulation, only volume.
    the least? with an external power supply, the buzz very easy (I had four identical pedals, power supply diffrent essay with some worth more than the pedals itself). Problem of stro (the volume curve of the left is not the same as that of the right ...).

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    Lead Foot and Boss, both in passive, no problem from the behringer.

    How do you report qualitprix?
    In fact, zero because the quality of the product is zero despite the seemingly strong and......
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    How long have you use it?
    I have used several times for 1 year.

    What is the particular feature you like best?
    It is cheap and quite useful (I did not use modulation, only volume.
    the least? with an external power supply, the buzz very easy (I had four identical pedals, power supply diffrent essay with some worth more than the pedals itself). Problem of stro (the volume curve of the left is not the same as that of the right ...).

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    Lead Foot and Boss, both in passive, no problem from the behringer.

    How do you report qualitprix?
    In fact, zero because the quality of the product is zero despite the seemingly strong and friendly. This is the limit of the user.

    With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
    Clearly no.
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  • Behringer FCV100Published on 05/03/04 at 11:42
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    I am the User for 1 week
    for the price, you have the stereo volume or modulation theory
    Some non qqs
    theoretically, excellent value for Q / P
    Because I will not purchase, I took 3 and Jen to the rescue: a modulation works nimporte comment: on some racks, was not working at all, as about other on / off, and about other, the minimum value varies randomly , all I precise function in the control modulation. To summarize, you want a volume pedal in / out: ok, you want to control a modulation parameter: cest of pure m * rde.
  • Behringer FCV100Published on 08/11/06 at 07:40
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    Stereo volume pedals and active modulation.
    I use it as expression pedals for my Zoom G2 (volume, WHA, etc ...)
    It works great for modulation with my G2. But thinking must use a stereo cable, otherwise it works only in Bypass.

    For use volume pedals, no problem, was working.

    Only default, the stroke of the pedals is too long. For use Wha Wha, get used ...

    It seems robust.
    In any case, the ratio quality price is excellent.
  • Behringer FCV100Published on 02/13/09 at 09:28
    I recently got the Behringer FCV100 volume pedal for my lap steel and electric guitars. I got it because it is extremely cheap and since it is a volume pedal and simply will change the volume of your instrument I thought I could get away with getting a cheap one, and I believe I was right. This is made well enough overall to function and couldn't be easier to use - just plug it in and move the pedal either up or down to control the level of the signal. It is nice to have a few 1/4 inch inputs and outputs so you can use a few instruments at one with this. While this is made out of plastic, it doesn't really matter if you treat it well as it has held up nicely for me since I got it. While......
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    I recently got the Behringer FCV100 volume pedal for my lap steel and electric guitars. I got it because it is extremely cheap and since it is a volume pedal and simply will change the volume of your instrument I thought I could get away with getting a cheap one, and I believe I was right. This is made well enough overall to function and couldn't be easier to use - just plug it in and move the pedal either up or down to control the level of the signal. It is nice to have a few 1/4 inch inputs and outputs so you can use a few instruments at one with this. While this is made out of plastic, it doesn't really matter if you treat it well as it has held up nicely for me since I got it. While Behringer has a reputation for making cheaply made products, since they are cheaply made they are cheap in price. I don't use this all the time and just use it for volume swells, so the cheap price made it an attractive pedal for me and when I say cheap, I mean dirt cheap. For me it works fine and the price was basically the cheapest volume pedal I could find. It cost me about $20 USD including shipping on ebay! I used to have a Dunlop volume pedal which worked the same as this and was much more expensive. To me when it comes to volume pedals, if it works it is fine with me. I haven't found that this will color my sound or make my signal worse at all, which would be the only negative thing a volume pedal could do. Overall, I definitley recommend the Behringer FCV100 volume pedal for those interested in the cheapest option possible for a volume pedal.
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