Reviews and Problems with Behringer ECHO MACHINE EM600
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The machine has everything that a sound effect pedal can have.
10 May 2014
Summary: I am a guitar player and this machine makes many different sounds. It uses a 9volt battery up in a matter of a few hours is my dislike, But it has a external ac power capability that I do like. This is my First Echo Machine.
Summary: Very affordable and versatile delay pedal. Has all the features and sounds that you would be getting out of $300+ pedals. Only complaint is that you have to do a little tap dance to disengage tap tempo mode and shut off the pedal. If you're using tap tempo, you have to first press and hold the pedal to turn off tap tempo, then tap the pedal again to turn it off.
Summary: I have been using it,, since I am now satified with that product,,, It goes connected to the Hammond organ,, so now this Hammond organ has two types of reverb,, one is the original spring Hammond reverb and the other is the Echo machine,, either way that it can be switch for the Hammond reverb or the Echo machine...
Summary: Wow I have already spent days just playing with the settings on this thing since I got it. I wanted a cheap delay pedal for my board and this looked like a good option. It dose have a plastic case, which is very strong, I bought a Behringer tuner about a year a ago, it's been bashed, tripped over, and sweated on it still works fine. The only true negative thing I can say about this pedal is the LED light.
Summary: I bought it to cover my needs for a delay pedal which i did.I like the many features and the cheap price and i dislike the quality of manufacture.In comparison to others it is rather a good purchase
Summary: pedal was very good for me, i play alot of bullet for my valentine and killswitch, witch was perfect for those types of songs. but there is countless things you can do with it, like make a little echo for a deeper sound or alot of echo for a delayed sound. i liked how many choices you have but at the same time i dislike it, because it can get a little confusing. over all i loved it.
Summary: Very cool effects for very little money. I wouldn't want to be editing this on stage since the controls are so tiny, but it's perfect for playing live if you've already figured out ahead of time what you want your sound to be. Cheap plastic housing is the downside to every Behringer pedal effect unit.
Summary: Absolutely amazing pedal for the money. I have been playing for nearly 30 years and I have used many, MANY delay pedals from $80-$250 including tape echo machines. Its better then my E.H. Echo #1 and far more versatile then my Boss pedals. I would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone, beginner, novice or advanced player. Clean, clear, it is not noisy in any way; the added bonus of tap tempo with the modulation effects is fantastic.