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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 7 February 2016
This pedal is incredible value for the price. You're actually getting six different and great sounding effects: flanger, chorus, phaser, delay, tremolo and pitch shifter. You need to buy a couple of 9v batteries. I say a couple because the first one will soon run down as you spend ages fiddling with controls, volumes, different effects etc. There's a neat blue LED to show whether it's on or off. You can get a power cable, but that costs extra; not expensive and certainly a worthwhile investment if you find you take to this little beauty and want to hammer on it all the time!

It's a cinch to operate. It comes with a leaflet detailing the function of each of the controls. The function of the controls varies,depending on the chosen effect, but a bit of messing about and you soon get the hang of what you want. The foot switch activates or deactivates the chosen effect.

If you use batteries, it's worth noting that as soon as the jack's inserted, the unit starts running. If you leave it in whilst not in use, battery runs down! Neat and effective little unit.
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on 4 April 2010
Terrible battery life, hissy sound quality, cheap sounding fx and the bypass leaves a pretty compromised tone. Avoid.
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on 4 May 2016
For the price this is a good pedal and works best in stereo into two amps. The pitch shifter isn't great but the other effects are pretty good for the price. I would recommend this for a beginner who wants to experiment with different effects before forking out a lot more cash. You will have fun with this. You just get so much for your money with this ped.
If you want a higher quality multi ped I would go for the Marshall Regenerator but it's around £59 - £99 depending on the seller. That is a analog pedal with more retro sounds. This is digital and for the money it's a true bargain.
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on 3 February 2011
What you actually get with this pedal is a choice of individual effects. You'll spend a few minutes cursing the fact that you can't combine them before you realise you wouldn't want to anyway: all the effects are delay/modulation-based (there's no disortion or anything envelope-based) so even if you could they'd only get in each other's way. This is why people who insist on owning a phaser AND a flanger AND a chorus pedal AND everything else and then switch them all on at once end up with such a terrible sound.

Having established that, the mix level and two parameter controls (they have different functions depending on your chosen effect) give you a wide range of variations - too wide, in some cases, presumably because the slope settings on the controls are the same for each effect. This is why extreme or sloppy control settings introduce noise and/or give you a cheesy sound - just use your ears, your good taste and a bit of common sense.

One slightly disconcerting thing is that the effects selection is all firmware-based - the knob on the right isn't a rotary switch, it's another pot, which just glides smoothly from one effect to the other. The upside of this, of course, is that it'll last longer and there's no way at all you'll get an audible click when you switch effects - just make sure you can see what you're doing under stage lighting. You won't get true bypass at this price, but if you just use it in mono (yes, you get two ins and two outs) you can afford an A/B box as well.

In short, this is actually a lot of alternative pedals inside one stomp box, so even if you just want to explore what different kinds of effects do to your sound, this unit is hard to beat. As someone else says here, though, do buy a PSU for it - it's a total battery hog.
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on 28 December 2014
A simply brilliant little pedal. Saves having loads of pedals if you only need an effect once during a live set. Reliable, more robust than you'd think. Great sounds. The trmolo and delay are excellent.
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on 10 February 2016
great pedal although the instructions failed to say where the battery compartment was located, its under the footswitch, there are two hinge buttons that you need to push in and lift off the pedal to access it apart from that I love these Behringer effects
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on 4 October 2015
When you consider it is six pedals for 1/3rd the price of an average professional grade pedal it is spectacular value for money.

The settings are all a bit fiddly and far from intuitive but, after some perseverance, you can find some very adequate and usable effects.

The effects don't have the tone of expensive effects and leave you a bit frustrated as they lack the control to address this lack of inherent tone, but it is only a cheap pedal.

In many respects think of it as a Variety Pack and a consumable. Buy it if you are thinking "I want a Flanger/Chorus/Phaser/Delay/Tremelo/Pitch Shifter". You can then try each of those effects at your leisure and decide if you then really want/need one after all. If you do you can then go and buy a proper Chorus etc (which will cost 3 or 4 times as much as this pedal) then knowing exactly what you want/need.

This is a very useful cheap pedal for trying things out and learning what you need. You would be mad/brave to gig with it but as something to try stuff out it is great.
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on 4 February 2011
What you actually get with this pedal is a choice of individual effects. You'll spend a few minutes cursing the fact that you can't combine them before you realise you wouldn't want to anyway: all the effects are delay/modulation-based (there's no disortion or anything envelope-based) so even if you could they'd only get in each other's way. This is why people who insist on owning a phaser AND a flanger AND a chorus pedal AND everything else and then switch them all on at once end up with such a terrible sound.

Having established that, the mix level and two parameter controls (they have different functions depending on your chosen effect) give you a wide range of variations - too wide, in some cases, presumably because the slope settings on the controls are the same for each effect. This is why extreme or sloppy control settings introduce noise and/or give you a cheesy sound - just use your ears, your good taste and a bit of common sense.

One slightly disconcerting thing is that the effects selection is all firmware-based - the knob on the right isn't a rotary switch, it's another pot, which just glides smoothly from one effect to the other. The upside of this, of course, is that it'll last longer and there's no way at all you'll get an audible click when you switch effects - just make sure you can see what you're doing under stage lighting. You won't get true bypass at this price, but if you just use it in mono (yes, you get two ins and two outs) you can afford an A/B box as well.

In short, this is actually a lot of alternative pedals inside one stomp box, so even if you just want to explore what different kinds of effects do to your sound, this unit is hard to beat. As someone else says here, though, do buy a PSU for it - it's a total battery hog.
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on 17 May 2015
Plastic construction with no weight to prevent movement on the floor unless fixed into an effects case. But buy a 9v adapter; the battery compartment is situated underneath the foot on/off switch and requires two hinge pins to be depressed with a pen or similar thing and the foot switch removed before inserting battery - and then it's a pain trying to put back again except for those with the most nimble fingers! Sounds are as stated by other buyers, but money permitting, I would advise individual pedals for Chorus, Flanger, etc. would be better and more professional. Good enough, however, for the budding closet Hendrix, King, Lennon, Clapton and so on.
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on 18 November 2015
This is fab! All the effects are brilliant. They can be really subtle or you can enjoy hearing your instruments sound as they would in an outer space type situation. Useful for many applications including performance, recording, processing of recordings, vocals...having backing vocals with "Flange" added to them is 1960's- tastic!
Solid unit, well fabricated, controls and nobs are fit for purpose, running is relatively noise free, quality sounds for the price (stereo option also) and works unobtrusively with other equipment. Buy one, and stop having conversations.
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