Behringer Virtube VT250FX

Behringer Virtube VT250FX

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Virtube VT250FX, Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Behringer in the Virtube series.

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Behringer Virtube VT250FX tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Virtube VT250FX
  • Series: Virtube
  • Category: Solid-State Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 12/12/2011

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Behringer Virtube VT250FX user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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david1973's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" a good amp for cheap!!"

Behringer Virtube VT250FX
transistor amp, enjoying technology "VIRTUBE" (simulation of tube sound), 2 HP 12-inch BUGERA, an input IN in frontage, front-panel headphone jack, effects loop on the back, you can disconnect the two HP back.

A clean channel with gain, bass, mid, treble, channel select switch, an overdrive channel with gain, bass, contour, treble, volume 1 of the drive channel, 1 volume pot selection of onboard effects (4 dedicated with chorus / delay, chorus only for 4, 4 for the flanger, delay alone for 4), effects level adjustment, setting the onboard reverb and master overall. the switch is also the front. Note that the effect VIRTUBE be disconnected by a switch on the front.

all this good, "Tolex" is pretty well finished and the corners are protected by solid angle of aspect, we do not feel like buying plywood dung, it's heavy and hulk!! a good point!!


the booklet supplied with the amp is therefore (in several languages), I must admit I have not opened more than that, but it has the merit to exist ....

we easily find a good sound, the knobs are reactive throughout the stroke, the mean change from safe handling, very good!!

the config is obvious, it's classic!


I play mainly with metal, I have several guitars to get (a basswood LTD, a BC Rich basswood, a CHARVEL Alder, a mahogany CORT), with different configurations of microphones and tunings.

my applications are different that I had to find a compromise for the clean sound that I use with my pedals (BEHRINGER TO800 in booster BOSS MT2 for heavy metal, and IBANEZ DS7 for rock). Finally, it goes very well with each of my guitars!!

Note that I am always engaged VIRTUBE, you really feel the difference with / without, the output level is boosted, the sound is "warm", even light ....

I never had any tube amp, but its got me so completely satisfied ...

setting my clean channel: gain 2, bass, midrange and treble to 6, 6 reverb, delay one set position 8 with FX to level 2.

without pedals, the resulting sound is clear, full, it sounds great with all my guitars, though the sound is different because of different woods and pickups.

I use the overdrive channel with a very slight overdrive which I add in my TO800 boost for sounds blues / rock (with my CORT), it makes very DIRE STRAITS in mind, really excellent!!

my overdrive channel adjustment: gain to 0.5, max 1, 5 bass and contour, treble at 4, volume 5. same setting of reverb and FX.

saturation obtained on the overdrive channel (without external effect) is more typical that big overdrive distortion, it takes a bold and well, you can easily change the setting contour: either you dig the sound by removing the media and there it sounds hard rock, or boost the mids and it was his typed a powerful lead.

on-board effects, they have the merit of being there, it's not bad for a beginner, but you get better things with pedals dedicated for there the effects are not configurable, except adjust the depth and choose among the presets imposed ....

However, it sounds really pretty ...


I bought it earlier this year.

before I had a Peavey Vypyr, but I have not hooked to the modeling system, I spent my time fiddling with knobs and seek her. too much of his kills the sound, in my opinion ...

there, I have a single sound, which is fine with me, finally, the Simple is good ...

I love everything about this amp, except for the limited effect because of missing settings.

value for money is excellent for an 2X12 mounted with good HP, we get very good sounds, not only for the metal at that.

modblaster's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Virtube VT250FX
effect transistor but with VTC Tube which is very good! raproche A LOT of what a tube amp
2 x 50 watts with two 12 inch speaker
I adore Choosing lamp or effect transistor
J would never think that sounds this merger that! I said that the sound is at 75% of a real tube amp! i also a tube amp! So I see the difference,
the side that I love this amp, c is what is not a lamp, so no lamp change! bugera J have on my lamp 9 is expensive and c is more fragile that a transistor amp!
I adore the vt250fx on this side, it is c bouscleé have made by car and by my child! c is solid!


have simple utulisation
manual clear enough
we get a very good sound!


it suits me perfectly
sounds when you get a fat enough even with a sound effect and VTC tyque a sense transistor VTC
I play on a gisbon


I've had almost a year, not a word to say, I'll make the same choice with no problem!
c money is behringer who gave the most for my money I have tried for another amp effect transistor with lamp, but I thought it was the behringer c that the closest to what a tube amp!
So I definitely recommend it, very satisfied

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