Like I said, maybe other Behringer pedals are worth it, but the faders on the Behringer EQ are flimsy, IMO.
I have a Behringer EQ pedal and just don't think it is as good as the Dano fish 'n' chips. Like I said, maybe other Behringer pedals are worth it, but the faders on the Behringer EQ are flimsy, IMO.
I agree that the controls and faders on Behringers do feel a little flimsy. But amazingly the rest of the pedal feels very durable. I was really surprised how heavy and solid they feel.
So far though, I have not had a single problem with any of my Behringer pedals. We had practice today and I use the TO800 plus their UC100 Ultra Chorus on my pedalboard. I still feel the TO800 Vintage Overdrive is an outstanding overdrive pedal, and their Chorus is not the ultimate by any means, but it is pretty darn good sounding. In fact, I used to have a Dano chorus pedal I liked, but liked the sound of the Behringer better, so it took it's place. I also use the Dano Fish & Chips EQ and PB&J delay, and they work great. I have had my Dano pedals for over 10 years and they ALL work as good as the day I bought them. So hey, I am a big fan of Dano too.
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