#1
Um are Behringer pedals any good

like ive been looking at them on ebay and them look cheap as hell but I really want a delay pedal and cant really give up $150aus for a Boss right now

(also are they any other harmonizer pedals out there other than the digitech whammy)
#2
my friend bought a behringer wah pedal two days ago and it broke the day after
#3
Well, I've got the booster and the chorus, and those are good, not amazing, but good. The delay may be rubbish though, I don't know, I seem to remember my mate saying it was good, but sounded too digital if you get me?
I mean though, it's £15, if it doesn't work it's not the end of the world.....
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#4
The VD-1 is pretty decent. The other pedals get the job done but arent the best, You should check out the Dano Fab pedals better for tring stuff out.
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#5
well I just got a weeping demon off ebay for $150aus

im unclear but I heard it has a delay setting?
#6
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That is probably the switching off delay when you step off the pedal. The Weeping Demon is just a wah wah pedal.

For delay try the Dano series pedals, as long as you dont gig you could buy the Behringer.
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Yamaha RBX270 (55-110s)
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#7
Since they're almost all clones of Boss, they cant be too bad...
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#8
the wah is the only behringer ive tried and didn't like... but they're WAAAY better than those little danelectro things.

I like the delay, chorus and tube OD. might upgrade the overdrive though, but only cuz I have money to burn =P