Reviews and Problems with Behringer BASS CHORUS BCH100
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6 July 2011
Summary: This pedal does suck the low end and makes my bass sound a little hollow and thin. I may have to look at the Shape knob again but pretty sure it is decorative. I bought this to give my bass an early 4AD sound, in line with Cocteau Twins etc, it does the job but I think I will need a Bass Equalizer...
Summary: I was wondering if any BCH100 users get the impression that this pedal sounds better after it 'warms up'? I know it doesn't have a valve but could it actually sound fuller and deeper after about 10 minutes?
Summary: What can I say, the pedal choruses quite well, it has lots of tonal options. The sound character can be a bit technical, aggressive or cold on extreme settings, but it's certainly no worse than many other pedal out there.
Summary: This does EXACTLY what i hoped. I am not even close to wishing I hadn't bought it. I was going to spend like $50 more on a Digitech, and I bought this one, and WOW... it's incredible. God Bless ------------------------------
Pros: sound and volume are nearly perfect, if not perfect already
Summary: glad you guys like it,, I found it to be very cheaply made and the noisiest pedal I've ever used (besides the ashdown chorus that is),, I can't use this in either recording or live,, so,, it sits,, waste of money and effort really...
Summary: This device is really cool. It produces an echo effect for a bass guitar, and makes playing a lot more fun, and cool. It makes some of the more modern effects you hear these days, and so it keeps me up to date with current sounds. I highly recommend this pedal.
Summary: I agree, The behringer and ashdown and Dunlop pedals are really noisy and basically useless IMHO. The digitech blows away the behringer by miles. Spending extra cash on great pedals is always worth it unless you like sounding like crap.