V-AMP 2 Virtual Amplification reviews— 15 total
15 user reviews of V-AMP 2 Virtual Amplification by Behringer
It is made of only plastic and if you take the normal amount of care with it it should last...
The foot pedal is great to have and the unit looks fantastic with all the LEDs flashing.
This is not bad if you just want a cheap multi-effects processor.
I've been playing for about two years, and I own very little in the way of equipment, but the V-AMP2...
It is really versatile and you could get a lot of different sounds from it, but not anyone.
It works for what I do, and has inproved my playing, and bumped up my intrest in playing ALOT.
I have been playing for 3 1/2 years.
I have been playing 2 years and I only own another distortion pedal.
I have been playing for about 2 years and I own Epiphone SG, Sound King 20 watt amp, peavey 50...
This pedal is good for pop rock but for hard rock.
A required material is though an expression pedal or a seperate wah wah, the auto wah-wah sometimes is good but...
Been playing for a little over a year, and have owned a Marshall MG 30 DFX, a Tech21 Power Engine...
I have been playing for 15 years. My gear inventory is too long to mention here, but I will say that the V-AMP2 now finds its place among my list of "I like it 'cause it does its job" gear.
Great match for beginners and for people like Rush who have one also.
I have been playing for over a year now, and using an encore electric guitar, watson amp.