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Behringer FireBird GX108Published on 01/02/13 at 13:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor "vintage" 15w, 3-band equalizer, volume gain and that is all.

UTILIZATION

Yes it is simple and clear, but this amp is terrible, at least mine (you never know ...) treble and high mids terrifying, even with the knobs to zero (I know, turn buttons ... ) For me this amp proved unusable out of the box. I buried in the garage for several years and recently emerged to put a Celestion Super 8 to 16 euros and there, everything has changed! Finally everything but do not exaggerate the difference is obvious: now you can equalize, use combinations volume / gain to make a sound, but the distortion is not bad transistor at all, one gets nice crunch, short nothing to see. ..

SOUNDS

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Transistor "vintage" 15w, 3-band equalizer, volume gain and that is all.

UTILIZATION

Yes it is simple and clear, but this amp is terrible, at least mine (you never know ...) treble and high mids terrifying, even with the knobs to zero (I know, turn buttons ... ) For me this amp proved unusable out of the box. I buried in the garage for several years and recently emerged to put a Celestion Super 8 to 16 euros and there, everything has changed! Finally everything but do not exaggerate the difference is obvious: now you can equalize, use combinations volume / gain to make a sound, but the distortion is not bad transistor at all, one gets nice crunch, short nothing to see. ..

SOUNDS

I play this amp with a Danelectro Pro mainly clear sounds crunch but now they are affordable. This amp with no reverb, I joined a slapback delay with ...
My HP is new, the bass is a little box at the moment, maybe it will get better after a few days of flight, the Celestion has yet pathetic performance, gives the impression that the amp has a lot more reserves, including its clear, it's amazing, I do not know how they could make dung behind ...
It's still a good 8 inches, with its 8-inch, but now I prefer a Kustom Contender I bought two years ago ...

OVERALL OPINION

I have 6 years but I had hardly used since the ignominy of his. Starting today and this change of Hp, it will be used daily and even on stage surely ... To see
I've been playing 30 years, I've tried others, never worse except for a few very Novanex vintage suck and ...
+ It is lightweight, has a nice look, easy to implement
- From my point of view, without changing the amp HP is a scam, can serve as a bedside table can be ...

If we consider the 10 minutes of time spent to change the HP and the extra HP in question is still below 100 euros, it's a good value for money ...

I remake this choice, but I would have preferred that the amplifier is supplied with a true original HP, I am very surprised by the huge difference when I installed the dish the cheapest on the market.
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Behringer FireBird GX108Published on 01/18/06 at 08:53
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15W transistor amp ... no effect ... only overdrive ... not even reverb

UTILIZATION

Super simple setup and branches ... you walk ... to get a good sound you really have to go ... I use a marshall jackhammer from home and not go too bad ...

SOUNDS

Good for beginners ... I play mostly rock, punk ... I have a Fender Start '... the sound is not fat at all ... shame there ... the channel Light is doing much better now that the disto ...

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two and a half years and makes me shit: D. .. Luckily I will be ending for the acquisition of a nice marshall mg 100dfxD ... for 80 euros you can even when find better now ... with the experience I had time to be shot...…
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15W transistor amp ... no effect ... only overdrive ... not even reverb

UTILIZATION

Super simple setup and branches ... you walk ... to get a good sound you really have to go ... I use a marshall jackhammer from home and not go too bad ...

SOUNDS

Good for beginners ... I play mostly rock, punk ... I have a Fender Start '... the sound is not fat at all ... shame there ... the channel Light is doing much better now that the disto ...

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two and a half years and makes me shit: D. .. Luckily I will be ending for the acquisition of a nice marshall mg 100dfxD ... for 80 euros you can even when find better now ... with the experience I had time to be shot maintenantDje not remake that choice in any case!! I tellemen, t shame that in recent weeks I dare not plug it. ..
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Behringer FireBird GX108Published on 02/20/08 at 09:22
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This amp is a small transistor mulant prsence the lamp, and I must say that it succeeds admirably Fawn displayed for the price!
Its rglages are the simplest possible terms a trs good not to "confuse" the sound of an amp of this size.
Thus we have a clear sound extremely convincing and a gain SETTING THE allowing to have a small vintage overdrive ...
Finally, a short compact cheap amp with a soft sound, not like "Microcube" with lots of gadgets and no guts!

UTILIZATION

As I say prcdemment everything is very simple and allows one to modulate the typ is wanting a bit "pignosien" ...
Of course he does not want high-technology with 30 knobs and 50 attractions, but what we are...…
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This amp is a small transistor mulant prsence the lamp, and I must say that it succeeds admirably Fawn displayed for the price!
Its rglages are the simplest possible terms a trs good not to "confuse" the sound of an amp of this size.
Thus we have a clear sound extremely convincing and a gain SETTING THE allowing to have a small vintage overdrive ...
Finally, a short compact cheap amp with a soft sound, not like "Microcube" with lots of gadgets and no guts!

UTILIZATION

As I say prcdemment everything is very simple and allows one to modulate the typ is wanting a bit "pignosien" ...
Of course he does not want high-technology with 30 knobs and 50 attractions, but what we are offered is quality and very welcome.

SOUNDS

Trs fit for Surf, Blues, Jazz, Rockabilly, this amp will satisfy the most expresses who find in him the perfect choice: a compromise between stability of the transistor, and the ridiculous price and vintage typ!

I possde a Warmoth guitar (custom made per order and assembled by me) Firebird (concidence?) Bne mahogany and touches with vibrato Khalis, a micro Seymour Alnico pro doubles that Crel a simple and a T-rex ... to tell you how this configuration is versatile!
Even with the guitar sound I gnial, it is my second amp travel trs performance!

OVERALL OPINION

In the end it's a good little amp that trs perfectly fill the players demanding but not beginners DSIR effects and gadgets all costs!
The report price is almost unbeatable quality then go for it!
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Anonymous

Behringer FireBird GX108Published on 10/01/08 at 09:44
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A transistor amplifier
15 Watts RMS
Baffle 8 "
Retro design
3 band EQ
Independent gain control
RCA jacks on the back

UTILIZATION

Using ultra simple:

The greater the gain, the more he spits. After just set the equalizer to have its own sound.

SOUNDS

Well of course not expect the Mesa Boogie or the Orange. Compare what is comparable.

The clean sounds surprisingly good, the equalizer is accurate.

The distortion gives cows (she even impressed a lot of people ^ ^). We can have almost any type of sound without too demanding to be either.

OVERALL OPINION

For over 3 years I have because it's my first amp.

It is ideal for beginners or those who engage in the...…
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A transistor amplifier
15 Watts RMS
Baffle 8 "
Retro design
3 band EQ
Independent gain control
RCA jacks on the back

UTILIZATION

Using ultra simple:

The greater the gain, the more he spits. After just set the equalizer to have its own sound.

SOUNDS

Well of course not expect the Mesa Boogie or the Orange. Compare what is comparable.

The clean sounds surprisingly good, the equalizer is accurate.

The distortion gives cows (she even impressed a lot of people ^ ^). We can have almost any type of sound without too demanding to be either.

OVERALL OPINION

For over 3 years I have because it's my first amp.

It is ideal for beginners or those who engage in the occasional guitar. Its look is nice (and change the black boxes you see everywhere).

Super lightweight so easy to take for repeated but good, with a battery, it should push its limits Callback Service but this is just 15 watts.

Only drawback, the single channel (no switch clean / distortion), but a small pedal and it's done.

J'm'en separates for a m'acquérir Engl Screamer (it's all the same category) but will have his job really well done ^ ^
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  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: FireBird GX108
  • Category: Solid-State Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 07/29/2005

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