Lee Revell wrote:
It's clearly a replacement for a Line 6 POD Pro. No doubt about that.
However, it comes in a rather stylish blue colour - better than that
Line 6 red :o)
Behringer have also improved on Line 6's device by cleverly surrounding
each continuous rotary digital control with a ring of LEDs, allowing the
user to see in which directon each knob is pointing as soon as a new
preset is selected.
It's also one of the cheaper options available.
> Seriously, I'm not knocking Behringer, but a friend who's very
This box is actually pretty damn good. I like the sounds, and find the
convenience awesome for the price. I am sure that a good many decent
guitarists could get away with using it as a full-time amp replacement.
It's just a pity it doesn't run Linux! :o)
> Anyway I was looking for something with 1 12" - I think a 2x12 is a
My solution is a bit different. I run my Behringer V-Amp Pro straight
into a pair of Alesis M1 Actives. It's good for practice, and the
speakers are also handy for lots of other stuff - mixing, general hi-fi