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You dont actualy have to "Stomp" on it.....
on 5 November 2014
I have a couple of Behringer pedals and they are great value for money.
If you want an effect unit for home use or even for occasional gigging these are well worth checking out - they are never going to be the first choice for pro or semi pro musicians who want and can afford to pay for top quality gear but for the money they cost they are well made and sound great.
Ive seen a couple of reviews saying the batteries dont last very long - the simple answer is that, unless you have a power supply plugged in (which disconnects the internal battery) you should unplug the input jack from the pedal - thats what turns the battery power on / off! - This is NOT a fault - most makes and models of pedal work in the same way.
There is lots of talk about how they are made of plastic and are "not up to the job" - if you want to actually STAMP on it, wearing heavy boots whilst playing a "deaf metal riff", like a "real man" would then you will probably break it but lets face it, unless you sort out your anger management issue's you're going to make a t**t of yourself at some point anyway, no matter what pedal you buy! Tap it with your foot to switch it on and off and it will almost certainly last for years - and Mummy's less likely to be shouting at you for scaring the cat.
They work fine and cost bladders, what more do you need? - check out the many reviews and comparisons on YouTube to see if a particular pedal suits the sound you want.