#1
My pedalboard is in order of guitar -> linear power booster -> Behringer Digital reverb -> Boss tu-2 -> Boss ns-2 -> amp input

Everytime I hit a power chord on the thinnest 3 strings with the root note of 12 the behringers light comes on, it doesnt make the effect but the light comes on. Is behringer really this bad? Is anything in danger?
LTD EC-1000 Deluxe
Marshall JCM 900 Hi Gain
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Tu-2
#3
It just flashes really quick. I can try to record a video.

Ignore the shitty playing and camera placement. You get the idea.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGlBlKF9Cms
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NS-2
Tu-2
Last edited by alexscarleta at Sep 11, 2011,
#4
Sounds like the crystal lettuce is being disturbed from the brootlz.


Sounds like something failed, so it's getting signal when your input signal is really high, instead of bypassing.

EDIT: Obvious answer is obvious, but I honestly can't tell you what part failed that would cause this problem.
Last edited by ethan_hanus at Sep 11, 2011,
#5
Your pedal is haunted.
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#7
It's a Behringer.

EDIT: Also, your signal chain is very strange.
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Last edited by Offworld92 at Sep 11, 2011,
#9
Quote by Offworld92
It's a Behringer.

EDIT: Also, your signal chain is very strange.


Agreed, the power booster should be the last pedal in the chain before the amp, to boost everything going into the amp, not to boost the guitar signal going into the first pedal, mainly the behringer. That's prolly what's causing it, the power booster into the behringer.
#10
Quote by alexscarleta
Here it is. ignore the bad playing and camera placement and mic.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGlBlKF9Cms


I'd keep it for stage shows. The Psycho style part with the lights is epic.

On topic: Are you using batteries? For some reason I think my delay did the same, and it was because of low power. I think it was that, it was a while back.

Edit: The guys above are most likely right. I think my pedal probably had some weird voodoo going on.
Last edited by DeadlySurfer at Sep 11, 2011,
#12
that's wild haha. it's like you figured out the secret code... or dare I say... chord
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#13
Quote by greeny23
that is the best video i've ever seen!


Now you're just trolling!

and no it's on a pedalboard with a power supply.

I'll go ahead and put the boost last and see if that helps! thanks
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#15
Quote by alexscarleta
Now you're just trolling!

and no it's on a pedalboard with a power supply.

I'll go ahead and put the boost last and see if that helps! thanks


im not even kidding.

its confusing as **** but its awesome.
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#16
Thats actually really funny

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#17
dude im laughing so freaking hard thats halariouse!
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#19
to be fair that chord sounds kinda gross anyway. your pedal is probably cringing.
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#20
Quote by CJ Noble
to be fair that chord sounds kinda gross anyway. your pedal is probably cringing.



Well, to be fair, he flattened the 5th to a dominant (?) 4th, and flattened the octave to a major 7th in that chord, making it sound "kinda gross". Had he played it correctly....


Edit: I think he played a Gdim5Maj7?
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#22
if its behringer its broken. thats going to be their official slogan one day. but seriously i'd see if i could make it so you can bypass all of the sound altering parts of pedal and just keep the light flashing parts. that would be nice lol
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#24
Video made me literally laugh out loud! If you're using batteries, ditch them for a power supply. Ever Behringer pedal I've ever used acts strange on battery power. Otherwise, try putting your booster at the end of the chain as mentioned. Just ideas.
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Your pedal is haunted.

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#26
Behringer always find a new way to make me rofl.
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