Love it, bought a second one because I liked it so much.
13 January 2013
Summary: You just can't beat these units for the price and small form factor. As with some other, much more expensive multi-effects units I've tried, the trick for some of the sounds is to not go to "strong" either in the mix or the intensity of the effect to get a good analogue color to it. The FX-600 is neat in that if you do turn them down, you've get pretty good effects for most "normal applications" and if you crank them, you get crazy experimental sounds.
Summary: This pedal is not exactly what I was expecting. For the price I cant complain but the quality is very poor. To start off, it says you can run it off of a 9v battery, but theres no place to put a battery into it. Also, it does NOT come with an adapter to power it, so you will have to buy one that works with it. The volume of your guitar does decrease when the pedal is in action too. Other than that I cant complain about anything.
Summary: The curse of the musician who loves to push their instrument beyond comprehensible output, is always the amount of space required for all those different effect pedals that let you make those amazing sounds. Some multi-effect units are that large or complicated you need a stage monkey to manage the unit for you. The Behringer FX-600 changes all of this. While not the most optioned multi-effect unit, it is compact, solid and packed full of great sounding effects.
Summary: I originally wrote a review on this pedal and four others in 2011 giving them an over all five star rating as time usually does it shows you what your made of,or in this case what a product is made of. I bought five of these pedals mainly because of their price which adds to the old saying you get what you pay for,and I was also disillusioned with the effects processors I've owned.