Reviews and Problems with Behringer NOISE REDUCER NR300
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Boss is the best one, to reduce this sound at home get this one
Rene B, amazon.com
12 January 2012
Summary: This pedal does the work, it kills that buzzing sound when youre not playing, this is exactly what it does : [...], the boss is the best one if youre on stage because there that buzzing sound when you stop playing means everything, if youre at home, go and get this one, for a pedal that all it does...
Summary: Best value for awesome pedals - Behringer! I recently purchased a MXR Noise clamp for twice the price of the Behringer and the MXR works half as well. I needed a noise reducer for my bass, and it needs a good one for the single coils (Fender P Bass Special).
Summary: Well I got this just because I needed a noise suppresor to quiet my pedal board that consists of a wha, compressor/sustainer, tube screamer, distortion pedal, vibrato/tremolo, slap back echo, and the noise reducer in question.
Summary: It's cheap and it's Behringer; but it's get the job done well! It'll lower a lot of the noise with some faint hissing still in the background, but it's much better. I wish it was metal instead of plastic, but that's okay. It works as good as ones in the 100 dollar or so range.
Summary: So i my mrx noise gate kicked the bucket. and i got this just for a small practice pedal to replace it. i use an mrx usually. i ordered this, and behringer sent me a Bass chromatic tuner, i plugged that in to my bass for kicks and it didn't even work. don't waste your cash with this company.
Summary: I would definitely recommend this noise reducer if you are on a low budget. By first impression I could tell that this pedal wasnt as great as maybe a Boss pedal, but if its plugged in properly and you use the send and return feature it works as a noise gate pretty well.
Summary: There's a reason why it's $30: it does NOT work--not even a little! I'm not exaggerating; it made my amp--whether on clean, distortion, or lead--sound like a Walmart brand child's fart machine. Spend a little extra and just get the Boss; I've used that one and it works like magic.
Summary: I have an older cheap fretless p-bass that creates a bunch of noise, the pedal works pretty good at cutting it out during pauses, and during regular play. It does a great job of reducing feedback when used with distortion and reverb affects, even when I use my warwick. Price was spot on.