Price paid: $ 19.99
Purchased from: Sioux Falls Music
Sound — 9
I am using the Behringer Hellbabe with a Ibanez AEG10EBK with a Marshall halfstack, Boss mega-distortion, Boss Super Overdrive. When I first plugged the hell-babe in I was surprised at it's sounds as it rang through my amp. It took a bit of getting used to because it doesnt't have a stomp-switch but an optical on-off switch. With a little tweaking on the dials I got a sound I was a looking for. It wasn't the greatest since I bought the pedal used.
Overall Impression — 10
The overral impression of the Behringer Hellbabe it's worth it. I've only been playing guitar for 2 monthes. But I also play drums and other shit so I am quite used to guitars and what sounds they should be making. If it were stolen I would probably go out and buy another one just because it's way to much fun to use.
Reliability & Durability — 8
The reliability of the Hellbabe is good. But the durability isn't quite the best. Within the first week of having mine I managed to break the push-button of my boost, and cracking the dial for my range. But I wasn't surprised to much for only being $20 used it was well worth it. Other than those things the Hellbabe is quite reliable I dropped down two flights of stairs and it still sounds the same.
Ease of Use — 9
The Behringer Hellbabe pedal is amazingly easy to get the noise you want out of it. I was a little bit upset because mine did not come with a manual so I had to look to the internet to for information on it. But after just looking at the pedal itself and reading the labes on the dials I understood. It has a nice range to it with the ability to fine tune.