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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-26-2007, 01:08 AM Thread Starter
 
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Behringer delay

Im rather broke at the moment, and can't afford a digitech/boss delay pedal.

Anybody here have one of the Behringer delay pedals? I know they are made of plastic, the knobs arent the best, but how does it sound, does it 'suck tone', any hissing? etc etc

I treat my gear well so a plastic pedal isn't a problem for me.

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Re: Behringer delay

Seriously though I think behringer's product aren't bad at all.
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Re: Behringer delay

Get a denelectro delay..
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Re: Behringer delay

I got one and went for it after trying a boss and a digitech, and considering that the main difference between the boss and the behringer was a bit hiss and the clik when you turn it on. but qhen you play live it's really inaudible...and it costs 5 times less than the boss...the digitech was the worst of the trio
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Re: Behringer delay

I got the Behringer DD400 Delay for $50 AUD and i must say it has basically the same sound as a boss DD3 delay, there is not much of a difference. I have had no "Tone Sucking" or hissing from any of my behringer pedals so you can put that to rest.

Check this, its a thread i started earlier this year: http://www.jemsite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=63815

Now when i made that thread i had my old amp and the delay was running throught he regular input, now that i have it running through the effects loop is sounds like it is supposed to (Just delaying the guitar sound and not adding to it).

In the DD400 the only difference is cosmetics the sound is pretty much the same as a Boss DD3.


If your short of cash and need some pedals to add to your collection give behringer a go.
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post #6 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-26-2007, 06:33 PM
 
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Re: Behringer delay

reliability has always been an issue with behringer, most of the stuff sounds great for the price
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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-27-2007, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Behringer delay

thanks guys for the feedback, when i pick it up ill let you know how it all goes

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Re: Behringer delay

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reliability has always been an issue with behringer, most of the stuff sounds great for the price
Yes, to a degree true, although when you say reliability, some of that may be more due to durability - I bought a Behringer UV-200 Ultravibrato for a whopping $50AUD - given that the vintage Boss VB2 generally sells for around $550AUD (and the Behringer pedal is, circuitry wise a 100% clone apparently!), I figure I can kill ten of them and still be ahead dollars-wise.

I also bought a DD400 or whatever it is called, and again, I really cannot pick any fault in the pedal at all - does its job to 100% of my satisfaction, and for $50 provides a simple no-brainer digital delay to augment the very complex and confusing Line 6 Delay Modeller that it sits next to!
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