Behringer DMM clone

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jtwang, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. jtwang

    jtwang Member

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  2. jtwang

    jtwang Member

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    *bump*

    Wow, there's a lot of empty space inside the VM1:

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    Pic from HC. More gutshots here.

    I think I'll buy this pedal out of sheer curiosity. No VM1 owners around here yet?
     
  3. slopeshoulder

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    with beheringer, it's always too good to be true
     
  4. Blurillaz

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    I'd say just get a real dmm. I got a couple behringer pedals free for buying a $12 magazine, and they were horrible...
     
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    I'm familiar with the general view of the brand. The only Behringer I've tried is another delay pedal, VD400, and I like that one a lot.
     
  6. benagain

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    i think it takes a lower voltage so maybe less headroom but ive heard decent reviews ...theres gonna be a dmm bias opinion.. dont thinks theres a great demo vid out yet either .. might get one ..
     

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