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Behringer V-Amp good or bad?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by T-Bear, Mar 4, 2004.


  1. T-Bear

    T-Bear

    Mar 4, 2004
    I'm loving mine!
     
  2. Arranger

    Arranger

    Mar 9, 2003
    Pennsylvania
    I had one for a day. I recorded one track with it and decided there was no further use for it. I'm glad you like yours. It just wasn't the sound I was looking for.

    Are you using the Bass Vamp? Mine was the regular Vamp II for guitar.
     
  3. T-Bear

    T-Bear

    Mar 4, 2004
    Sorry, its the bass model.

    It's pretty funky, considering you get all the bass stuff, plus a lot of the guitar/keyboard effects too.

    It also useful when you have 2 bassists, one guitarist in your 4-piece rock band and one of you needs to play guitar on your bass :p those British 70s High Gain Amp models are superb quality.

    Just hope I don't push it too far :p
     
  4. sub forum

    sub forum

    Jan 2, 2004
    glasgow
    i got a b v-amp from santa last year,i mostly use it in the studio for rehearsing. i didnt want to spend three times as much for a bod to do the same thing .took about a week to work out how to use it but im up and running now and i find it very useful the amp models are great and the cab sims are great too.it just needs a good deal of fiddling about and reading the manual. :bassist: