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The flagship in the new V-TONE guitar amp series.
Behringer V Tone GMX212
The GMX212 offers two full-featured modeling channels that boast 3 classic guitar amps, 3 speaker simulation models plus 3 gain modes each-all individually selectable. Ultra-flexible FXT function allows independent effects settings on each channel, while the patented* DYNAMIZER circuitry captures every nuance of your playing and lends tube-like compression to your tone. The 24-bit stereo multi-effects processor with world-class effects such as chorus, flanging, phasing, rotary, auto-wah, echo, delay , compressor and various effect combinations offers 99 user presets and MIDI control. The integrated auto-chromatic tuner is controllable via footswitch.
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I already own the 2x10 30 watt version and like it so much I had to get the extra power, especially at this price. Finally pulled the trigger on this one due to all the many FX. Many I'll probably never use but then again there are many that I will tinker around with and at this price, that made it a deal maker. 4 stars merely because I had to return for free replacement the 2x10 due to the "shower effect" another reviewer mentioned. Power supply or FX computer I don't know but it sounded like an AM radio tuened inbetween any station with a lot of hiss and static.
Got this amp just before the price increase. For the money there isn't a better amp in it's price range. This amp has plenty of power,it's loud, and although you would need their midi pedal to access more than one effect at a time per channel, it's still one hell of an amp. One advantage is that you can set each channel to the type of effect you want and can switch between them. So if you want one channel to sound like a Marshall and the other a Fender you can set it up that way. Other effects can be added via your favorite foot pedals. Isn't that what you would do if you were using one of those amps? Try it you won't be sorry.You'll get a lot of Bang for the Buck!
First off, so you know, I'm an old-fart professional musician/teacher/luthier with decades of experience; I've gigged with some famous folks been active in the biz all my life and have played/tested more amps than I can possibly count---I'm not basing this on whether the amp was good for one sound or from an inadequate knowledge of how to turn a knob. The fact is, this amp is KILLER at its price as far as sound goes; I've seen nothing that comes close within $250 of its cost. It's LOUD, the speakers seen to crunch without much mud and the clean sound is very reminiscent of an old Twin. Obviously, out of the 27 different combos claimed for it, only a few will end up being used (I suspect that I myself will use 3 or 4 max), but they're WONDERFUL. So WHY did Behringer do a couple of what to my mind are DUMB things? I admit that by buying a MIDI foot controller you can alleviate some of the effects bugs, but some of us may not want to clutter up the floor onstage too much. Okay---no way to scroll thru the digi FX on the footswitch. A price vs features quibble. Four compressor patches that seem to do almost nothing (where's the sustain?), and worst of all aren't combined with any chorus/reverb for the kind of long wet/modulated clean chord sustain most of us want. Actually, the quality of most of these FX is VERY nice and the pitch transposed ones are better than a lot of straight rack effects---but why no way to edit the pitch intervals? K--I recognize that most of these ARE just quibbles; the fact that the FX are there and sound so good is a BIG credit to Behringer, certainly not enough of an annoyance to ME to make me return the amp. What MAY make me return the amp is this: WHY do the INTERNAL speakers DISCONNECT when you hook up EXTERNAL speakers? That's just dumb. Most of us want to be able to monitor ourselves on stage as well as stick a couple of cabinets out to the side for stereo FX. If you just want to create an 8x12" stack, why even bother with the internal 12s--just make a head. Impedance issues are NOT hard to deal with, and it seems a complete waste of two perfectly good Jensen 12s to have them UNUSED if you're using a couple of ext. cabs---plus the extra weight of carrying around the amp with its internal 12s makes this seem REALLY dumb.
This is a great amp. Very very loud. Lots of different sounds and cool fx channel so u can tune in to that perfect sound. Awesome footswitch offers quick channel change. Very good amp for the price. Overall great amp for any kind of music.
Great sound, useful built-in effects/effects-loop, clean channel could be a bit stronger but considering the price you can NOT ask for more. Best guitar amp buy ever available!
I wanted to step my teenage son up from a practice amp, and I took a gamble that those top sales numbers meant something good. Well, he hasn't really gotten much time on this fine amp, because I'm plugged in most evenings. Great tone, good clean channels and lots of fun choices to play with in terms of amp modeling and effects. For the price, I suspect this amp has little true competition. Very pleased.
This is a great amp; it is great for practice and for gigging. It is crazy loud, and definitely a good deal. If you are looking for a good amp, but don't have very much money then this is the amp for you. The effects are great, not as good as a pedal, but they are great. The distortion is awesome for hxc and screamo music and the clean channel is beautiful. I highly suggest this amazing amp.
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