I picked up two of their pedals just to see what they were like. I have the vintage distortion (big muff clone), it actually isn't that bad for the money. It is a little compressed maybe, but all in all I've had worse for alot more money. The hellbabe wah is pretty good too. I use it now on my second pedal board, it replaced my old wh-10
The one I tried was kind of a single channel amp modeller and I had a TriAC by Tech 21 which was a triple channel preamp/modeller and the behringer didn't fair out to well, of course it was less expensive so I guess to be fair they could be a good bang for the buck. I've heard of some people running one of there PA boards and the comments were favourable. The big muff...
hmmm it's been a long time, had one in the seventies, now I feel GAS....
One of the other bands around here that I chum around with run their entire pa setup except for speakers on behringer gear and love it. Their mixer looks incredibly like my Mackie...*grin*. I did try a behringer chorus pedal and it was not good. It would be hard to compete with the Tech21 stuff. Our bass player uses a sans amp and wow, what a box that is.
I have a couple of their pedals and a mic, and I like them.
I've heard bad things about their cabs - not very efficient and not all that great sounding, but I have no direct personal experience. I don't mind at all throwing $35 at a pedal that I may or may not be happy with, but for bigger gear, I'd look elsewhere.
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