#1
I was thinking of getting a behringer bass v amp pro but i wasnt exactly sure on what connections to use to connect to my amp.
I have a Hartke ha2500 head into a behringer 2 x 10 cab and i was wondering what output i would use on the v amp and if it would go to the instrument input of the ha2500 or if it would go to the effects send and return.

Outputs from the v amp -
http://www.behringer.com/EN/images/lightboxphotos/LX1B-PRO_P0155_Rear_XXL.jpg

Thanks for any help
#3
Quote by isaac_bandits
Behringer's not a company I would choose to buy something from.


+1 I agree completely.
Had a couple bad experiences with Behringer cabs blowing.
Peavey 6505+ Head
Mesa/Boogie Oversized Rectifier 4x12 Cab
Schecter Diamond Series 006
Ibanez SZR720 TGB
Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
Roland Micro Cube 10watt
#4
Well ive had my cab for almost a year now and used it extensively and had no problems with it and people only seem to have good things to say about the v amp pro so i think il take the chance on this one.
Any help with the connections?
#6
Don't buy a Behringer.
Quote by Aurex
Knightmare you are the winner


Gear:
Jay Turser Les Paul
PRS SE Custom 24
Washburn Paul Stanley Sig
Fender Stratocaster
Fender CD-60CE
Line 6 Spider III 120
VK112 w/Man o War
#7
I have the regular V-Amp for guitar. I hate it.
The amp models sound thin and digital compared to my Vox Valvetronix modelling amp.
The effects are also too digital.
The EQ is useless.
When switching presets (eg. clean -> overdrive), there's a notable silence between.
I'd save for something better. I don't know much about bass FX but our bassist uses a Boss ME-50, which he likes.


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