#1
I was thinking about picking this up seeing as it is only $30. It says that it is true bypass and I think it could be good for such little money. I only need it to play at home and won't be using it live as far as I know.

Does anyone have experience with it?

How is the sound?

Is it really true bypass?
#2
Well, it's essentially a ****ty copy of a Big Muff. Personally, they don't compare. If you want a cheap distortion, get a Boss DS-1
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#3
Isn't it more of a fuzz though? I don't need normal distortion, I have amp distortion. Fuzz is a little different. Also, you say they don't compare but they also don't compare in price either.
#4
i hate it when companies make pedals for less money than i can make them myself! makes me feel incompetent
#5
ive never tried anything by behringer that didnt suck but if you lack distortion and have 30 bucks in your pocket then go for it
#8
Quote by AmIEvil?
ive never tried anything by behringer that didnt suck but if you lack distortion and have 30 bucks in your pocket then go for it



everything by behringer i have tried SUCKS, except the pedals
#9
Quote by llanafreak44
everything by behringer i have tried SUCKS, except the pedals

Cabs aren't too bad.
#10
Quote by Gabel
Actully buikding your own fuzz istn too hard.



yeah, and it'll cost you just about the same as a Behringer disto.
'01 Sunburst Strat>1953 Valco Supro

'06 Jazz bass>'78 Bassman 10

Simple rig fan.