V-Tone GMX212 reviews— 13 total
13 user reviews of V-Tone GMX212 by Behringer
This amp can handle it. To think that it cost only 130 dollars and was collecting dust in a pawn shop.
If it were stolen or destroyed I would go straight out and buy another.
There are a few cheap ones out there if you shop around, and I think for the money (225 or...
It's no Lambo (Fender CyberTwin) but it'll still give your ass a one way ticket to jail.
The only wish for this model is simply that I wish it had 2 more channels.
I've been playing enough to be equivalent probably to 2 years and this suits it perfectly.
I've been playing for about a year and I used to use a RP-80 and a Squier and Epiphone amp...
I was 100% happy with my purchase, it was on special, usually something like $500, so I was stoked.
The main priority of my new amp was to be loud and it works excellently for that.
I do many Sonic Youth style noise rock freakouts on effect #96, I play some very very heavy stuff like...
My friend owns a Fender FM212 which I compare it to, and I'd say this one beats it in almost...
Make sure you have a look at all its features for your music style you play.
This thing can do whatever you need it too.