V-Tone GM108 review by Behringer

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  • Sound: 6
  • Overall Impression: 1
  • Reliability & Durability: 1
  • Features: 6
  • Reviewer's score: 3.5 Poor
  • Users' score: 6.6 (79 votes)
Behringer: V-Tone GM108
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Price paid: $ 82.35

Purchased from: Dv247.com

Sound — 6
When it worked, fair play it did sound quite good, but there's not that much in the way of variety. This poxy site wants me to write more so here goes, when things were made in britain, they lasted, when they were made in america, they lasted, when they were made in germany and japan they lasted, when made in China however they break after a couple of gusts of wind.I apologize for this rubbish you don't want to hear in all sections, it made me do it.

Overall Impression — 1
If it had been more reliable then it would have been a good amp, but to break after 3 weeks use and 3 fluffy rabbit gentle use weeks as well is quite frankly disgusting. I've a good mind to fly to china and send the factory a nice Molotov but I'm afraid that the factory is occupied by vegetables and the occasional remote controlled car.

Reliability & Durability — 1
Italian cars are more reliable than this piece of chinese crap. Broke after about 3 weeks and I never even got it above level 4 on volume ffs. It was quite difficul to smash up though, and this job did require a decent hammer. This poxy site wants me to write more so here goes, when things were made in britain, they lasted, when they were made in america, they lasted, when they were made in germany and japan they lasted, when made in china however they break after a couple of gusts of wind.

Features — 6
I'm sure it had loads of features but quite frankly if the poxy thing breaks after a couple of weeks of careful use then what's the point. This poxy site wants me to write more so here goes, When things were made in britain, they lasted, when they were made in america, they lasted, when they were made in germany and japan they lasted, when made in china however they break after a couple of gusts of wind.

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    scruftyboy
    ive got this amp its ok, it also matches up well with their effects pedals. they are made in china. they have their own factories there the place is so big its unofficially called behringer city seek it out on the web i think there are about 25,000 workers in their china factories.
    fishfingaz
    Lol u suck i got this amp when i was like 9 or 10 and it works perfectly with my line 6 floor pod as long as u turn the drive about half way down there is hardly any feedback and the distortion is great so jeremy chan shut teh fukc up