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Discussion in 'The Squier Bass Place' started by gary mitchell, Jun 1, 2020.
has anyone used behringer delay on bass. how do you spell it
I spell it two ways. Cheap and nasty.
If your quest for quality stuff is real, you may feel a bit disappointed by Behringer. I haven't tried their delays, but as soon as you touch the plastic casing of the pedal the caps lock of your keyboard will be all over the place lol
Aside from that, I have read people liking their products. You can always test them yourself, but don't come in with high expectations. Maybe you will be surprised in a good way!
Think I will hold off and get something decent
Behringer, a good German company, has a good report from JHS pedals on YT.
From an audio stand point they are very good sounding pedals. They are really accurate clones of other pedals, mainly Boss. Nothing exceptional, but they do the job well. The plastic construction leaves much to be desired, but honestly I don't see them being at risk in my music room. Getting something better is always the more desirable option, but financially not necessarily the wisest. I have the vintage delay, and I really like. Great for more traditional sounding delay. Mines always on, as I prefer delay to reverb for thickening up the tone a bit.
I always assumed their stuff was crap from the look of it, but after seeing a lot of good reviews I gave some a try and sound wise they are great, but they are definitely not very sturdy feeling. I wouldn't take them on tour, but around the house they're good. Turns out most of them are exact copies of famous pedals. They just really skimp on the casings. As weak as the plastic pedals feels, I've never actually seen anyone break one though. The price is hard to beat, I picked up 4 behringer pedals, their copy of a boss pedal board, which fits boss pedals perfectly for under $100. used.
The truth. Pay close attention.
If you're jumping up and down on your pedals hard enough to damage the sturdy plastic casing of the Behringer pedals, then you need therapy now!
If I got a deal on a Beringer I might snag it an give it a try
I JUST WANTED A deLay for church, it would get used maybe an hour once a week.
Caline makes a decent delay.
Mooer Reecho is great pedal!
Donner Yellow Fall is a terrific mini pedal. Don't know how it works with a bass though. $36 at Amazon.
Only Behringer pedal I have is their tube screamer, and I’m pleased with it. A lot of people seem to write them off because of the plastic housing, but you’d really have to try to break it.
How do you spell it ? Beh... Ringer