#1
I recently got a Behringer HellBabe Wah Wah pedal, and whenever I use it I get BBC Radio 2 through my amp Is there any way of stopping this?

I'd appreciate it if this didn't turn into a "Behringer are crap" thread, cos it was all I could afford at the time.

Thanks
#2
change ur leads around, change the settings. generally fiddle around with it. cheap pedals are like bunny ear aerials.
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#3
Um...go bomb BBC Radio 2 . That usually does it.

jk

Try playing in different locations maybe?
#5
try changing stations.

you'll still have it, though maybe something you could listen to or even pass off as your own.
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#6
My Fuzz factory picks up German radio sometimes. It defintely to do with cables and possibly the pedal output rather than bad shielding on the pedal itself.
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