Reviews and Problems with Behringer ULTRA VIBRATO UV300
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23 November 2011
Summary: I've been wanting a pitch vibrato pedal for a while but didn't want to spend $350-$500 for an old boss vb-2(which this pedal sounds exactly like) so i looked at this which I didn't really know what to expect but when I got it I was amazed by it, it sounds really good. It maybe less durable than a metal pedal but who cares for this price I wouldn't mind buying a new one if mine broke and considering there is hardly any companies that actually make pitch...
Summary: Good: Doesn't cost much. Great vibrato effect. Gets really deep if you want it. The unlatch feature is great. With it activated, the effect only works while the pedal is depressed. If you take your foot off, it turns off. It's a very practical feature that other modulation pedals should have. Useful for keyboards as well. Bad: Made of plastic. Adds a slight hum to your signal even when bypassed, so if you don't have a noise gate that could be irritating.
Summary: The sound is amazing The price is unbeatable My fender amp has a vibrato but when i move just with my pedalboard i can't use it. Boss, ibanez, dod, mxr, electro harmonix, digitech are not manufacturing vibratos (they have just vintage pedals). And other branch are expensive. I tried with all branch chorus putting down the level and putting up the depht but..its imposible to catch the just the vibrato sound.
Summary: This is an inexpensive way to get that Lonnie Mack sound. The price is fantastic for the pedals appearance and it works great. I just installed a 9 volt battery (not included) plugged in my guitar cables and away I went. The adjustable on and off foot swotch allows you to turn it on and leave it on until you hit the switch again or you can set it where it is on as long as you hold pressure on the switch. The vibrato speed and depth are adjustable to suite your tempo.
Summary: I bought this pedal to replace my boss ps-5 which i was only using for the flutter mode (vibrato) and this pedal completely does the job better than i expected i a>b'd this pedal with a guitar to amp and there is no tone sucking, don't let the people who simply wouldn't use an inexpensive pedal for the fact that it didn't cost them an arm and a leg & isn't true bypass.
"Don't waste your money. Pay the extra $$ and buy a Dunlop pedal."
By a customer from hughes.net, zzounds.com
8 July 2009
Excerpt: Terrible. The thing sounds more like a BAD chorus pedal. I bought it for the "classic" vibrato effect. It is nothing like the classic 60's, 70's vibrato effects. The "RISE" control doesn't seem to do much. And of course for ture "classic" vibrato, you wouldn't want any modulation. So that is a real problem.
Summary: En mi afán de conseguir un montón de efectos para mis guitarras, cometí la locura de irme comprando poco a poco pedales de Behringer porque costaban 20€ cada uno. Y a ver, no me arrepiento porque algunos de ellos tenían un sonido bastante chulo y salieron muy decentes. Pero otros como este, resultaron un fiasco.