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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by MKULTRA » Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:44 am

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by WhiteWarlock » Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:48 am

well that will obviously never happen
nor will their shitty fuzz pedals ever surpass my old bigmuff
they don't even rank higher than an unmodified much despised dod fx69 grunge pedal
ummm yet why is the pedal output going the guitar output in that boss ad?

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by killing raven sun » Wed Aug 15, 2018 8:03 am

WhiteWarlock wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:48 am
why is the pedal output going the guitar output in that boss ad?
the background cartoon illustrates that your sound will be like a killbot

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by moch » Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:21 pm

this is an old thread, but i just have to say that i love the behringer super fuzz. It sounds just like a boss hyper fuzz. perfect for stoner metal;

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by WhiteWarlock » Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:42 pm

mid scoop is supposedly way different....
either way
will keep using my old trusty russian bigmuff($20 long ago) & vox wah
thanks

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by moch » Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:50 pm

WhiteWarlock wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:42 pm
mid scoop is supposedly way different....
either way
will keep using my old trusty russian bigmuff($20 long ago) & vox wah
thanks
i saw a big muff today at the local music store. was thinking about getting it but they dont sound fuzzy enough.

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by moch » Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:00 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spD1B8DdvkA

but can a russion big muff do this,

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by WhiteWarlock » Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:08 pm

question is why the fuck would eye want it doing that... sounds like shit
if wanted another fuzz will design something off the univox super fuzz or EH Axis
yet personally want my bigmuff doing exactly what it does and has done for years

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by melkobukva » Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:13 pm

moch wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:50 pm
WhiteWarlock wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:42 pm
mid scoop is supposedly way different....
either way
will keep using my old trusty russian bigmuff($20 long ago) & vox wah
thanks
i saw a big muff today at the local music store. was thinking about getting it but they dont sound fuzzy enough.
I have this one and it sounds fuzzy all right.

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by WhiteWarlock » Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:22 pm

behringer don't even slightly compare compare with oldschool Electro Harmonix
that is just how it is
plus there is something about what signals have gone through vintage pedals... yet really don't feel like explaining that one

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by MKULTRA » Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:39 pm

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by crochambeau » Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:55 pm

Anything can be a dildo, if you're brave.

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by timdrage » Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:28 pm

WhiteWarlock wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:48 am
well that will obviously never happen
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Kind of wish I'd not put that sticker on they weren't that good :-/

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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by WhiteWarlock » Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:06 pm

list of chinese pirate behringer junk pedals
remember when companies used to get sued for blatantly stealing designs
then selling inferior products?
there's an entire category of Japanese guitars called "lawsuit" made before cease & desist orders where issued

ULTRA OCTAVER UO300 - Boss OC-3 Octaver

DIGITAL REVERB DR600 - Boss RV-5 Digital Reverb

ULTRA ACOUSTIC MODELER AM400 - Boss AC-3 Acoustic Simulator

BASS SYNTHESIZER BSY600 - Boss SYB-5 Bass Synthesizer

CHORUS SPACE-D CD400 - Boss DC-3 Digital Dimension/Digital Space-D

DIGITAL DELAY DD600 - Boss DD-6 Digital Delay

DIGITAL REVERB/DELAY DR400 - Boss RV-3 Reverb / Delay

DYNAMIC WAH DW400 - Boss AW3 Dynamic Wah

ECHO MACHINE EM600 - Line 6 Echo Park

FLANGER MACHINE FL600 - Line6 Liqua Flange

FILTER MACHINE FM600 - Line 6 Otto Filter

ROTARY MACHINE RM600 - Line 6 Roto-Machine

REVERB MACHINE RV600 - Line 6 Verbzilla

SUPER FLANGER SF400 - Boss BF-3 Flanger

SUPER OCTAVER SO400 - Boss OC-3 Super Octave

SUPER PHASE SHIFTER SP400 - Boss PH-3 Phase Shifter

ULTRA SHIFTER/HARMONIST US600 - Boss PS-5 Super Shifter

INSTRUMENT/AMP SELECTOR AB100 - Boss LS-2 Line Selector

ACOUSTIC MODELER AM100 - Boss AC-2 Acoustic Simulator

BLUES OVERDRIVE BO100 - Boss Blues Driver

COMPRESSOR/LIMITER CL9 - TC Electronic Compressor

CHORUS ORCHESTRA CO600 - Boss CE-5 Chorus Ensemble

COMPRESSOR/SUSTAINER CS100 - Boss CS-3

DYNAMICS COMPRESSOR DC9 - MXR Dynacomp Compressor

DIGITAL DELAY DD100 - Boss DD-3 Digital Delay

DIGITAL DELAY DD400 - Boss DD-3 Digital Delay

DISTORTION MODELER DM100 - Boss DS1 / Proco Rat / MXR Distortion +

DIGITAL REVERB DR100 - Boss RV-5 Reverb

GRAPHIC EQUALIZER EQ700 - Boss GE-7 Graphic Equalizer

V-TONE GUITAR GDI21 - Sansamp GT2

HELLBABE HB01 - Dunlop Crybaby from Hell

HEAVY METAL HM300 - Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal

NOISE REDUCER NR100 - Boss Noise Supressor

OVERDRIVE/DISTORTION OD100 - Boss Overdrive / Distortion

OVERDRIVE OD400 - Boss Overdrive OD-3

PREAMP/BOOSTER PB100 - Nobels PRE-1 Preamplifier

SPECTRUM ENHANCER SE200 - Boss SP-1 Spectrum

SUPER FUZZ SF300 - Boss FZ-2 Hyper Fuzz

SLOW MOTION SM200 - Slow Gear

SUPER METAL SM400 - Boss HM-3 Hyper Metal

TUBE OVERDRIVE TO100 - Ibanez Tube Screamer 9

VINTAGE TUBE OVERDRIVE TO800 - Ibanez Tube Screamer TS-808

ULTRA TREMOLO/PAN TP300 - Boss PN-2 Tremolo / Pan

ULTRA CHORUS UC100 - Boss CH-1 Super Chorus

ULTRA CHORUS UC200 - Boss CH-1 Super Chorus

ULTRA DISTORTION UD100 - Boss DS-2 Turbo Distortion

ULTRA FLANGER UF100 - Boss BF-3 Flanger

ULTRA METAL UM100 - Boss Metal Zone

ULTRA METAL UM300 - Boss Metal Zone

ULTRA OCTAVER UO100 - Boss OC-3 Super Octave

ULTRA PHASE SHIFTER UP100 - Boss PH-2 Phase Shifter

ULTRA TREMOLO UT100 - Boss TR-2 Tremolo

ULTRA VIBRATO UV300 - Boss VB-2 Vibrato

ULTRA WAH UW300 - Boss AW-2 Auto Wah

ULTRA FUZZ UZ400 - Boss FZ-3 Fuzz

VINTAGE PHASER VP1 - Electro Harmonix Small Stone

VINTAGE TUBE OVERDRIVE VT911 - Chandler Tube Driver

VINTAGE TUBE MONSTER VT999 - Nady TD-1 Tube Distortion

WARP DISTORTION WD300 - Hughes Kettner Warp Factor

DISTORTION-X XD300 - Boss XT-2 Xtortion

CHORUS SPACE-C CC300 - Boss Dimension-C DC-2

ULTRA FEEDBACK/DISTORTION FD300 - Boss Feedbacker Distortion

HEAVY DISTORTION HD300 - Boss MD-2 Mega Distortion

HI BAND FLANGER HF300 - Boss HF-2 HiBand Flanger

INTELLIGATE IG9 - ISP Decimator / MXR smart gate

PHASER PH9 - MXR EVH Signature Phase 90

POWER OVERDRIVE PO300 - Boss PW-2

TUBE AMP MODELER TM300 - Sansamp GT2

VINTAGE DISTORTION VD1 - Electro Harmonix Big Muff

VINTAGE DELAY VD400 - Boss DM-2 Delay

VINTAGE TIME MACHINE - Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man
crochambeau wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:55 pm
Anything can be a dildo, if you're brave.
Why is it Behringer are allowed blatantly stealing other companies production designs for making inferior cheap junk products???
your behringer fuzz pedal made my danelectro French Toast
(Foxx Tonemachine/Prescription Electronics Experience Pedal clone)
Octave Distortion/fuzz become higher quality
hmmm should put that in metal case with new pots/jacks
yet another free pedal someone threw at me saying you want this
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Re: Behringer Pedals

Post by timdrage » Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:56 pm

Even guitar nerds agree the behringer super fuzz sounds better than what it's a ripoff of tho

Anyway we make noise not music.

Behringer is good because they are a) cheap b)'bad'

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