Behringer BUC400 4033653051972 - Peda de efecto chorus para bajo, color amarillo
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- Controles de nivel velocidad profundidad y filtro de graves para un control absoluto del sonido.
- LED azul indicador de estado (encendido/apagado) y carga de la batería.
- Funciona con una batería de 9 V o el adaptador de corriente PSU-SB DC de BEHRINGER (no incluidos).
- Interruptor de encendido electrónico de primera clase para una conmutación silenciosa.
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Componentes de alta calidad y construcción extremadamente robusta para una larga vida.
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Enter Behringer Bass Chorus. Yes $24.00. I wasn't expecting anything close to my Boss or MXRs, so with that out of the way, I will say this piece of device is EXCELLENT. For $24.00, don't expect it to have metal housing, or any of the perks you find with the more expensive pedals. This is a device that does what any chorus pedal does, create a dynamic sound wave to your bass sound; and it does it wonderfully. It's not going to make you play like Larry Graham. If you want to play like a bass virtuoso, you need to practice, and not depend on gadgets If you're expecting a $100 built quality from a $24.00 pedal, then you my friend must be living in another planet. Any reviewer who gets disappointed because of it's cheap build quality at a purchase price of $24.00 is out of his mind. $24.00 price tag and you're going to expect a Ferrari ??? Treat this $24.00 pedal nicely and it will last you for years. Pay $24.00 and get a fantastic bass chorus effect on your sound.
I compared the sound of the Boss Chorus with the Behringer bass chorus and blindfolded, you won't be able to tell the difference. At the end of the day, the motherboard contained in these Behringers are probably the same with the more fancier brand names. Anybody who says they can tell the sound difference between a Behringer and a Boss blindfolded, are lying. You can't and will not be able to tell the difference. There's no popping sound when you step on the pedals. Sound is clear and clean. I have my bass hooked up to a Hartke Hybrid Bass Amp and the sound is just delightful. My advice is you get a Spot-On power adapter. Amazon sells them here. Spot-On is a power adapter that can power up five maybe six pedals...so no need for batteries. I'm sure you'll be buying more pedals after this.
Here's my advice...get a Behringer Bass EQ (first and foremost), a Behringer Enhancer Limiter, a Behringer Bass Chorus, a Spot-On power adapter. Get all of them from Amazon. You'll probably spend about $100-$105.00 for all. And now you have a complete pedal setup for your bass. Don't buy those multi-pedal effects boards yet. Start with real pedals first.
Overall, this bass chorus will do the job. And remember, you treat a device nicely, and it will last long. Treat a device horribly, and expect a short life span. Simple as that. Don't pound on the pedal with your foot. Just lightly tap it. And please find a pedal board with a cover as soon as you accumulate more pedals. You can't be hauling your pedals around with no cover. Get the Boss BCB(?) pedal board, or build your own.
Highly recommended bass chorus pedal from Behringer. And NO I don't work for Behringer. I just love devices that do the job at half the price compared to the wallet-burning devices out there.
I plan on being careful with the plastic casing and AC plug with the pedal because the plastic feels a bit thin. I have another Behringer pedal that I have used on and off for a few years, so there is no doubt that this one will last a long time with me as I am a hobbyist player and my equipment rarely leaves home.
I did notice the Level knob is a bit fuzzy at the lower end with my P Bass, but other than that, this thing cannot be beat for it's price.