aussi un petit regret, pas possible de connecter directement un lecteur MP3 celui-ci, donne un volume très faible et ne peut donc pas soutenir. d'autre part, il est possible via la connexion USB à mettre en place et ont le mp3 d'un volume approprié.
Peu encore moins la légèreté de VAMP 3, et la composition "plastique" ATTENTION si elle tombe!
Sinon bon appareil avec une distorsion très bonne, un plaisir!
at first the sound setup looks simple but is difficult to directly take charge! must be pressed simultaneously press the "TAP"
But you get there after some time.The recording presets is not too difficult.
By the manual does not detail enough against the unit and perform a maneuver! Very basic explanation. in two words "plan draw your" DAMAGE!
The explanation of the USB does not exist!
The effects are very good, good distos, the clean is very good! The button "GAIN" is very useful to have a good sound! on the other hand always famous button "TAP" is pressed simultaneously to gain access to other settings.
Lack acoustic simulation! But possible after final adjustments (at least close enough).
I use a Gibson The Paul II.
Quick sound and effects are very nice!
I use it only for a few days and I'm pretty happy! My pedalboard Zoom 7 GTU is full, but the vamp 3 is more convenient to plug and play without clutter!
This unit is great for the price! 99 euros!
But its impact plastic is a bit disappointing! Also I find that some buttons settings should have had a little click to stop the use (eg button effect).
Otherwise very good appareil8 I'm happy!
There is still no comment about the bagpipe blue turned red in its third version, so I'm starting. Intensive testing in the last 3 days to discover the Thing.
Amp simulator. We just add an effect from: Rotary / tremolo / flanger / chorus / phaser / wah / compressor / echo / delay / pingpong. phaser + delay / flanger + delay / chorus + delay. + 1 reverb.
5 banks of 25 sounds of factories, changeable. sound recording erases the preset.
1 line out, 1 headphone jack and an auxiliary input. PM: in / out (through).
The V-amp is editable via MIDI editor available in beta version on the Behringer site.
The machine comes with an audio interface / USB (1.1) 44Khz/16bits.
I find the editing sounds tedious manual, then pressing on two buttons at the same time is dangerous and if you miss, you must start over. Injury, the V-amp is not editable via USB. The publisher noon is not bad at all and greatly simplifies the task.
The overall utilization is simple. there is not much to say about it.
I found the tuner unusable: 3 LEDs and you get by with that, a sensitivity weird ... Anyway ... to forget.
The record made me laugh! super complicated to read a drawing and 4 texts in 4 languages, something crazy.
There's something he absolutely must be addressed: The sound card UCA222 sold with the V-AMP. What is this joke? they copied Fisher-Price? This card is simply useless and serves gadget. 16 bits/44khz USB 1.1, if that were the characteristics of junk, it would go again, but the sound is such a disaster. A book for the webcam ... and again ....
The most important part! Then it rings it rings or not the V-AMP? I think yes. The "Brit Hi Gain" does not sound like an amp 50s. Nu-Metal is not extra for NU-METAL, it lacks the potato and precision in the bass, the sound is too dirty (like BOSS GT-10). But I find it great for the heavy (after some settings)!
He will spend time studying all possibilities, there are many. there are very good crunch sounds and Angus. The clean sounds are pretty long to master his guitar volume pot. actually, the input saturates very quickly when we leave the weapons (humbuckers).
The blast on large distos (also real amps, AC is also part of the simulation?).
There are some new sounds from the V-AMP 2/pro: 4 amps and more. The doc speaks of a latency input / output 7ms. The time change preset is always long. The passage of a clean to saturated produces a "plop" on the speakers from the fart sound ...
On the box is inscribed: quality workmanship and choice of components used allow trouble-free operation for many years. Well, when we take the V-AMP3 in hand we wonder how this will be possible! the finish is very average and soundness issue, if it falls other than on a pillow, provide the tape. buttons knobs are plastic (thickness: 5 micron!) black painted silver.
Use without publisher is not practical at all. The sound card is "foutage total of mouth", the doc is illegible (you should download the real English on the website). on the other hand, it rings and it is a very affordable price. To train, record layouts is super fun.
The power supply is external and yet the V-AMP gets very hot.
So if I have a V-AMP2 is what it's worth it to change? Not ... not for 4 amps and a crappy sound card. If I have a V-amp pro? Even less! For its superior ergonomics and digital outputs: Not for Sale! If I own nothing? Go for it!
If I have a pod? Paint it blue! AC will be Vampod.
The real conclusion? : Not a good solid product for cheap!