#1
A lot of people have been saying that Behringer amp's are great VFM and can make some great sounds. I've played a few Behringer bass amps and too have been impressed each time. The problem is people say it cannot cope at higher volumes so a noise gate pedal would be needed to quiten it down. So if you did add a noise gate, would you still get an awesome tone at higher volumes like you would at lower levels?
I was looking at the GMX212 and LX210.

Thanks.
#2
I own the VAMP Pro rack effects thing & I can say, it's better than the Line6 shoddy bits of work out there.
It matches to any Pre-Amp out there.
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I own the VAMP Pro rack effects thing & I can say, it's better than the Line6 shoddy bits of work out there.
It matches to any Pre-Amp out there.

yeah theres a guy on youtube who was demonstrating his tone zone in the neck something or other and he was using one and it sounded really good
#5
I have a V-Amp2 and I used to like it, but now my Vox Valvetronix sounds better to me.
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#6
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I have a V-Amp2 and I used to like it, but now my Vox Valvetronix sounds better to me.

But the VT range costs double that of the Behringer.
#7
I had a GMX110 that blew up 4 times when i had it over two years, each time it got replaced.

It was versatile at low volume, but high volume it sucked and without using a pedal i didnt like the distortion for the music that i play.

Its decent for the money if you want to get lots of sounds though.
#8
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But the VT range costs double that of the Behringer.


Not double, the AD50VT is only £30 more than the GMX212 and I know what I'd rather have.
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#9
behringers pre amps are decent. their other non amp related stuff is decent. that's about it. the place where I get lessons has behringer V-ampire stacks and they really suck up past about 11 or 12 o clock. but then you may not need it above there.

i'm feel the opposite about the bass amps. they suck real hard.
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#10
The Behringer bass amps are fantastic in the studio, we dialed in a much bass tone on the Behringer than we could possibly achieve using the Ashdown Mag unit. The ability to both DI and mic it up at the same time is a god send.
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i'm feel the opposite about the bass amps. they suck real hard.

I have a BX4500H and that blows the door off the MAG 300, Profet 3.2 and the like.