#1
Just wondering has anybody tried the UC100(Ultra Chorus) or the PB100(Pre-Amp booster)?

Also what?s the main difference between the DM100(Distortion Modeler) and the UD100(Ultra Distortion)? I already have the OD100(Overdrive-Distortion). Is the distortion similar to them all?

Or is the UM100(Ultra Metal) just the best to go for?!
#2
i have no personal experience with behringer pedals but i think you can find a better brand then them for guitar pedals
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#3
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i have no personal experience with behringer pedals but i think you can find a better brand then them for guitar pedals

If you're on a budget they're probably the best pedals that won't fall apart if you look at them.


To answer your question directly: I haven't tried them so I wouldn't know.

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#4
I have the EQ ands its pretty good. They have sound demos on there site
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#5
The sound demo's sound **** though. I have the metal one and the tube overdrive. The metal pedal gives the ****est sound ive ever heard but the tube overdrive is good. If your on a budget you could try the ashton pedals. They're probly the same except they have an aluminium caseing instead of plastic.
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#6
For $19.95 you might as well go buy them all lol. theyre actually very decent pedals for the price.

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