Price paid: $ 10
Purchased from: some guy off of kijiji
Sound — 4
I have a Epiphone Les Paul 100 with a 60w amp (unknown brand) and I usually use my DigiTech Metal Master and a few other pedals with this one. I had a little trouble with this pedal because the thresh, as soon as it hits half way, the sound of my other pedals started to change. Especially my metal master, the sound became bland and boring. However the mute works perfectly, it stops all sounds. Another bad thing with this pedal, is even with it on, I'm still getting alot of feedback if I have more than 1 distortion or OD pedal on at the same time.
Overall Impression — 4
I wish I would've been able to test this pedal before buying it because its really not that good of a pedal. Obviously for 10 dollars I can't complain, its a good pedal for someone who really doesn't have much money but when you get more money I would suggest looking into getting a better one. If this were lost or stolen I wouldn't care all that much, its really not all that special and I wouldn't go out and buy another one, I'd save my money to get a good one. Don't be to harsh on my review, its only my second one ever. Cheers!
Reliability & Durability — 4
Of course everyone knows about Behringer pedals. They are not the most reliable pedals out there. Made out of plastic and feel like a toy. Its fine to use at home or maybe if your jamming with some buddies but I would not suggest it if your playing a gig. And if you are, make sure you have an adapter and aren't using batteries because it goes through them quite fast. don't bother buying the official Behringer adapter, because you can get an adapter at a hardware store for alot cheaper. I spent 3 dollars on an adapter that works perfectly.
Ease of Use — 7
There is really not much to this pedal. There is a switch to change between reduction and mute. There are 2 knobs on it. Thresh and decay. You have a decent amount to play around with.