#1
Ok, if you we're on a low budget and had to choose between Behringer or Danelectro FX pedals, which would it be? Budget is under $25 for the pedal (Gotta have some cash left over to pay for a powersupply, so you dont have to change batteries all the time)

Lets say this.

Which would you get?

Danelectro D-1 Fab Distortion OR Behringer UD100 Ultra Distortion OR Behringer DM100 Distortion Modeler

Danelectro D-3 FAB Metal OR Behringer UM100 Ultra Metal

Danelectro D-2 Fab Overdrive OR Behringer TO100 Tube Overdrive Pedal OR Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800


Behringer DD100 Digital Delay (This is the cheapest Delay i could find) Is this any good? I couldnt find any reviews on it.

Well, please leave your opinion. I need help cause i am getting some cheap effects pedals cause im just starting out on making my own music for small gigs at the festivals in my small town.

thanks much,

---Duncan
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#3
Danelectro pedals are surprisingly decent for the amount that you shell out for them.

The Danelectro FAB Metal has way too much gain though.

Try out either the Distortion or Overdrive pedals and go with the one you like better. Just take it easy on the pedals.. as they're quite fragile.
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#4
i use the metal and the chorus fab petals i love each of em
but yeah, the metal has alot of gain, so you can't do much w/ it
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#5
I don't know first hand, but I've done some research on harmony central, and I've heard the Behringers are pretty darn close to the brand-name equivilant. And even though they are both plasitc, the Behringers just look more sturdy to me for some reason.
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#6
hm..............

Ok, sounds like i should get the FAB Overdrive, and maybe a Behringer UM100 Ultra Metal.
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#7
Wow i kinda respect u heaps for being so patient with cheap equipment, shows that u dun need expensive **** to enjoy guitar.
#8
dont get the fab metal. i have it and its not really metal, its like a thrash metal sound and it could break because its made of plastic
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#9
..Oh yeah.. and as for the delay, Danelectro makes a pretty good delay pedal too. I think it's available on http://www.musiciansfriend.com

Check it out!
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#10
I have the Behringer OD100(Overdrive Distortion) and love it. However this is my first Overdrive or distortion pedal so it could be pretty ****e, ill have to try a proper one! I also have the Acoustic AM100 and Octaver pedal but arent mad on either
#11
Quote by Rabid--Mutt91
Ok, if you we're on a low budget and had to choose between

Danelectro D-2 Fab Overdrive OR Behringer TO100 Tube Overdrive Pedal


Well, please leave your opinion. I need help cause i am getting some cheap effects pedals cause im just starting out on making my own music for small gigs at the festivals in my small town.

thanks much,

---Duncan


I have tried these (Danelectro D-2 Fab Overdrive OR Behringer TO100 Tube Overdrive Pedal) i would suggest the behringer.
#12
The only thing I can say is that the Fab Metal is absolutely shit. DO NOT buy it under any circumstances, ever.
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#13
All I can say is all the cool people use Behringer!!!
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#14
The FAB pedals are pretty great for the price. I used mine untill I got my muff. Did everything great, its a bit bassier sounding than the muff and not as much gain but it's a great pedal for the price.
#15
iv got the behringer to800 overdrive and it seems pretty good, i heard a sample of someone playing this and the tubescreamer and they sounded pretty close, the tubescreamer did sound slightly better but not alot, seems sturdy enough to me aswell, unless you jump on the pedals they should be strong enough
#16
i'd be interested to hear impressions of the behringer delay, and their tuner, i'm skint and want a delay and pedal tuner, i was looking at the behringers
#17
I have the DD100 delay (amongst my other delays). I love it, however, I keep to set to the hold setting with feedback set to the max. That way if I just tap it, I get really short infinite repeats...sounds like a CD skipping, or if I hold it longer, get the same CD skipping sound, its just 1-3 seconds of playing. It can do A LOT more than that though. You can tinker with all the settings, and I'm sure you'll find something you'll like. I mean its only 30 bucks (Canadian for me), so what the hell? It is made of plastic however, so don't stomp it into the ground or the little circular parts that hold on the cover will snap (I've done this twice, I just keep gluing it back on, it holds perfectly until I get carried away and stomp it again.) but as long as you are gentle you shouldn't have a problem with it. They have two new delays though, the DD400 and the DD600. I'm buying two DD600's...they are pretty close, if not the same as the BOSS DD-6 in terms of settings and such. I'll let you know how those are when I pick them up.
#18
I have the Fab Metal and i only recommend for beginners who need more gain to play metal and only rhythm, because is too harsh, digital and nassal to play lead (unless you want to emulate a cheap keyboard).
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#19
god no behringer
danelectro fab no

look at ehx nano range