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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by AsteroidM2070, Oct 23, 2001.
Does anybody know if the virtualizer pro 1000 or the modulizer pro will work with bass and how well?
They'll work fine.
They are made for PA/recording applications which means unlike guitar effects they don't try to roll off low end response.
Behringer keep their prices low by building in China. They do however use real AC power supplies rather than wall warts and they hold up OK (I own their Feedback Destroyer). They are not the best sounding units out there, but sound very good considering the rock bottom pricing.
The virtualizer works on bass, but not for real time changes - there is a delay, so it 'aint so good for live...
Behringer stuff, from what I know, is produced cheaply but with quality components. Many units use the same case, electronics and buttons, but the display area is different. Sound quality is good, without a doubt, but the BIG con of their stuff is the user interface. It sucks big time.