#1
I am the type of gutarist who doesnt use toooo many pedals and has always tried to look for a diamond in the rough (Barber direct drive was the best deal ever) anyway i always disregarded behringer pedals, but one of my friends seems to think its a good send. I like the behringer EQ, which i think is a good value, but what about the other ones? are they any good especially keeping mind that they cost 30 dollars.
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#2
Apparently the Phase shifter is part for part a Boss PS-5 (besides reliability issues, it *should* be pretty good.
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Golden rule is stay away from behringer..
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#4
There are a lot of supposedly good Behringer pedals. A lot of these are copies of old Boss/other models.

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#5
I would stay away from anything that has the word "behringer" on it, since their stuff tends to stop working.
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#7
Yeah don't know about their pedals but they're amps suck. Maybe the pedals are different maybe not ... Ask to use one at Guitar Center and if they laugh in your face i'd take that as a sign....
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#9
they have a delay that's supposed to be really high quality. only 99 bucks too.
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#11
In many cases behringer are just copies of other pedals. But if you take a 80$ pedal and copy it for 20$ means you gotta cut some corners somewhere.
#12
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In many cases behringer are just copies of other pedals. But if you take a 80$ pedal and copy it for 20$ means you gotta cut some corners somewhere.


+1 to this, there are definatly corners cut in production & materials, but some of there higher end (yes, I said it) pedals aren't that bad, some of them actually have a metal casing
#13
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Yeah don't know about their pedals but they're amps suck. Maybe the pedals are different maybe not ... Ask to use one at Guitar Center and if they laugh in your face i'd take that as a sign....

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#15
I bought a Behringer flanger this morning for £2 and it doesn't sound half bad. Im planning on buying more of their pedals but putting them in a true bypass looper so the tone suckage is minimal.
#16
they sound decent enough but they arent that reliable
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