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Behringer FireBird GX108
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SlapKid SlapKid
Publié le 03/29/09 à 17:23
I had 2-3 years, a good combo.
The peculiarity is the RCA in / out, it also serves as a parallel effects loop! With a 100% wet delay is super cool since the basic sound does not pass through the effect is very clean and comes with it.
It comes in pretty indeed, a rare brand product to its promises and especially question its power.
gain-level-bass-mid-treble, and no background noise when the guitar is correct.

UTILIZATION

Ultra simple, and the settings are all effective, it's easy to sound good.
For the effects loop is more careful, it depends mostly stuff you want to use, but once set there is more need to touch.
The gain is very gradual and reacts to the touch, so we can make it back and act from scratch, while learning to manage her. Once it gets there it's good for the bin immediately with plenty of watts and everything!

SOUNDS

Then there is the surprise, if only we can turn the volume it sounds almost like a big one. I mean, the grain of the sound, how it happens and is modulated according to the game is remarkable is enough marshall in attitude but less polished and more aggressive.
The HP does not tailgate (I mostly played with a les paul special on firebird) even stronger, and it is very detailed without torpedo zoreilles in the treble. Not common for a 8pouces.
Rule is clean warm and dynamic, is also very reactive. Nice bass for the size of the gadget.
For headphones I do not know ...

OVERALL OPINION

It is very well built, it feels to listen and over time, zero glitch and I played fairly loud (to the blues, the amp in the bathroom for a big sound!).
If I had as much of the bazaar I regret having sold it sure ...
All Bébert I used is the only (with perhaps the GM108) that sounds really good. (GX110-GX210-GMX212-vintager110-lx-vampire head-BXL450 BX4500H. It's actually a package ...)
For current product brand, beware: Bebert fantasize and lies as Scapin, and there are many failures due to a limited-production limit.
Much tracking down a secondhand firebird is my advice.
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