Reviews and Problems with Behringer ULTRABASS BT108
Showing 1-8 of 8
Great Little Practice Amp!
Steve Bower, amazon.com
21 March 2011
Summary: I have been playing guitar for 20+ years and have recently picked up bass since we lost the bass player in our band... I previously have gone with Crate and Peavey amps for guitar and have been pleased with them. I had no experience with Behringer and bought this little baby just on the basis of price and features. I am very well pleased!
Summary: Avoid this amp if you want to play bass. I've had mine for less than a year and its kaput. Not much else to say, get something durable that will give good sounds without all the buzzing that this amp produces. When an amp fails, you can blame the bassist, but an amp should be able to handle regular usage.
Summary: Should've read the other reviews before I bought it. Too late now since my return window closed. (my fault) This amp isn't what I was expecting. Bad buzz on nearly all the low end settings. I guess it's okay if you plug in the headphones and keep the volume down, but it's really no good if you're trying to play along with songs from a different audio source. The buzz is just too annoying. Look elswhere for a low price practice amp.
Summary: Nice, compact design and generally decent sound for a small amp ... however.... the amp gives off a very fuzzy distortion on A notes. In fact, it is so bad that you really can't hear the note, just the buzz. Tested using different basses and settings and still the same problem. Returned - too bad because I really like this little practice amp otherwise, but the fuzz on the A frequency is just too distracting.