Reviews and Problems with Behringer ULTRA FUZZ UZ400
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23 August 2014
Summary: Perfect foot pedal for the beginner to the intermedate. Great sound for the studio recording and garage bands. I recommend this pedal to get that 60s sound with a fine tune adjustment needed for the sound others have. Excellent price.
Great effect for a low price. Add some fuzz to your sound
17 August 2012
Summary: For the price this is a great pedal. It provides a rich amount of tone and adds some nice fuzz to your sound. The three controls are easy to use and you can achieve several different sounds, from light to very heavy fuzz. The casing is plastic but durable, and the pedal is pretty light weight. The only thing I dislike is that the springs used to open the battery compartment are harder to activate than on similar pedals.
Summary: This is a perfect fuzz pedal. Nothing fancy, but it works quite well and adds just the right amount of fuzz distortion that you want from a little to a lot. Totally user controllable, intuitive, and affordable. Behringer quality through and through. You will not be disappointed at all. I wasn't.
Summary: I bought this pedal to get the sound I was looking for, the price and brand name. The pedal has easy control knobs, you can dial-in the sound your looking for fairly easy, if you know what overall fuzz effect level your looking for. I couldn't find the sound I was looking for on a certain style of music I play, but I'm picky when it comes to my sound too. I don't have any other FUZZ effect pedals to compare this one too.
Summary: I don't use fuzz tone allot, but wanted to tap into that mood from time to time. This did the trick. Nice fuzz tone, without too much mush. I actually keep the tone completely counter clockwise (off), and put a Boss Super Overdrive behind it, and it really has some good harmonics. It' not like the Boss Fuzz, but hey...it's $30.00. It's plastic...it hurts to admit I have a plastic pedal...but it works well.