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Behringer AM300 - Pedal de efectos para guitarra eléctrica (modeler)

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Peso del producto454 g
Dimensiones del producto17,8 x 10,2 x 7,6 cm
Pilas:1 9V (Tipo de pila necesaria)
Número de modelo del productoAM300
País de producciónchina
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Producto en desde29 de octubre de 2012
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Annoying Feedback Noise 27 de mayo de 2013
Por Fazeli R. - Publicado en
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Each when i on and off the pedal, there is a noise interference. Its like the sound of a loose cable connection or some grounding problem. I further discovered that it is caused by the "enhance" knob. The higher i go, the louder the noise interference sound. Even my noise gate pedal cant block it. I had to turn the "enhance" knob to 3 o'clock in order not to have the annoying sound. With that level, the pedal becomes redundant.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pretty decent pedal for the money. 17 de abril de 2013
Por Chadd - Publicado en
I play in a cover band playing 60's, 70's and 90's stuff. We cover several songs with acoustic guitar parts and instead of dragging an acoustic guitar around, I bring this. No, it's not perfect, BUT, it does a very good job for simulating an acoustic guitar in a live setting. I've played through the Boss Simulator and I still think this cheaper pedal sounds a little better. In short, if you're recording and need your electric to sounds like a jumbo acoustic, then this isn't the pedal, but if you just want to get close to an acoustic sound, then this is a good choice.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Decent enough for what it does and the price 3 de marzo de 2014
Por George DesRoches - Publicado en
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To be honest, it's not the most useful pedal unless you're a regular live musician, as it's not that great for recording purposes. The "acoustic tones" are really just a low pass filter and some hardcore EQing, and the resulting tone is something that SORT OF sounds like a piezo pickup acoustic. However, compared to it's Roland/BOSS counterpart there's practically no difference in quality, sound or otherwise, just in price, in which case this is the clear winner. The pedal is convenient for live shows, when you either can't use an acoustic (as in my case, as i wasn't able to bring my acoustic on tour due to space issues) or need to make a quick switch between electric and acoustic tones, which is what this pedal excels at; it has two outputs, with one signal to the amp and one optional signal either straight to the board or a separate reverb processor or amp or what have you. If you have just the main one plugged in, it works like any other effect pedal, processing the signal in series with the rest of your signal chain, but if you have both plugged in, it mutes the "electric guitar" signal when active, making a nice, clean switch with little noise or loss of signal.

Its knobs are straightforward, though the 4 types of acoustic emulation really aren't that different from each other (outside of the piezo setting, which is weird, since it sounds like a piezo anyway. it's essentially just a different, brighter kind of piezo emulation at that point). My AM300 still works without issue after a month on the road cross country, several flights, a handful of train rides, and a rigorous recording schedule. It's a plastic housing, sure, but it's still very sturdy and durable (to be honest, after touring with pedals in both metal and plastic housings, I personally feel that's a bit of an overhyped concern. Trust me - nothing short of running over this pedal with your van is gonna really do any serious damage to it, and honestly if you DO manage to somehow break it, then I have a hard time believing you're taking good care of your gear.)

Overall, I rate it a solid 3 stars - the sounds are decent enough, but nothing spectacular. However, it's convenient, and there's virtually no difference between this and it's BOSS counterpart, outside of the metal chassis the Boss one sports (which i've already said my peace on) and the price, making the AM300 by far the better value.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Sounds like the Boss, for about 1/3 of the price 19 de abril de 2014
Por Johnny Guitar - Publicado en
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This is my 4th acoustic modeler. I had the Boss AC-2, the Boss AC-3, and the acoustic models in a Boss GT-100 multi effects unit.
I like the sound of this as well as any of those, and it was quite a bit cheaper. I sold the AC-2 used because it had horrible noise issues, returned the AC-3 after a side by side comparison with this, and sold the GT-100 used when I switched back to a traditional pedal board.

While you probably wouldn't want to use this for recording, and it doesn't really sound exactly like a true acoustic, it's great for giving an acoustic flavor to your sound and is perfect for live performance where you don't want to switch out to an acoustic or need to switch between acoustic and electric sounds "immediately".

Some folks have mentioned it sounds better with single coil than humbucker pickups -- that's the output -- try backing off the guitar volume knob from 10 to about 6 or 7 if you are using high output pickups and you'll find this and most all acoustic modelers will sound better.

I don't think the multiple different "voices" sound that different - they probably could have done 2. Controls seem ok, and the build quality is "ok". The input, output jacks are in the right place.

It uses a "normal" 9V power input (same as a Boss pedal) but Behringer puts the power supply jack on the rightmost side, and I think it belongs on the back vertical surface like Boss does it. The price is reasonable and for me, since I don't use this effect a lot, this one works out great and is economical. If it breaks, I can buy 2 more before I've spent what the Boss costs and by the time that happens there will probably be a newer, better circuit.

UPDATE: I've had this about a year and a half, although have not used it consistently during that time. It still works, never had any issues when I was using it weekly. The one problem that emerged on this, and both of the other 2 Behringer pedals I bought around the same time is that the back label came off when I pulled these off my pedal board. i.e. the velcro is a lot stronger than the glue bonding the label to the pedal. Find a better glue fellas! Overall I think this is worth it's relatively low price but probably would buy a better one if this was an effect I wanted to use a lot for a long period of time.It looks like they may have discontinued this model, or at least on Amazon, in favor of selling the AM400 at $80+, which is really too bad. At that price point, take a look at the Mooer MAC1 Akoustikar Acoustic Guitar Simulator. Probably more bandmate has's ok.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas WELL worth the price of admission! 6 de agosto de 2013
Por Smurf - Publicado en
Well, after having this pedal for a few weeks I can say that it is a great addition to your home studio setup. I did up 17 audio samples for the pedal that folks can check out.

On Soundcloud, just search for oim-review-tracks. The all start with Omni.

For them I run thru a ton of various settings, showing how the unit responses differently according to your pickup selection. You can also hear it in a demo track I made to show of the Vox Tonelab LE for some friends. In the track the AM300 is used for some strumming/pad/filler sounds stating at the 2nd verse, and also to double the single-note run at the end.

On Soundcloud, just search for oim-review-tracks/groove-vox-ngd-track-8-5-13

Bottom line, it does a great job within a mix, but buy itself....let me just say that like ALL the Acoustic modelers out there you will not do a full song solo & sound convincing at all. In a solo strumming or fingerstyle situation this pedal holds it's own with any other one out there IMHO. In the mix it sounds just as good as any other pedal out there.

Listen to my demos and let YOUR ear's be the judge....

I would like to see if the AM400 with the RSM tech is worth the extra money, so if a Berry rep reads this I am open to doing the same run thru with it just to see..... "wink" " wink"

This is a no-brainer if you are looking for this type of effect, it is WELL worth the cost.