Behringer gx110

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x0o_BurnOut_o0x

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-23 lbs
-$69.99 of of Musicians Friend
-Came with Footswitch
- 100 effect presets
- LED readout
- 10 inch Jensen cone
-30 watts
-Virtube tube emulation
-3 channels

Alright, first of all this thing is a beast. It is massive. Im not sure on the dimensions but the picture on the net rele doesnt do it justice. Its moderatley heavy.

The tone is great, its rele clear and sounds very bright and it can rele bring out my little crappy guitar and make it sound awesome. Tone is just so incredible, im suprised it was only $70.

The hardware is all very sturdy. The knobs are plastic, and are mounted on a metal back. The back of the amp is open. The knobs control the volume, FX, Bass, MID, and Treble.

There are 100 effects presets on this amp. Unfortunatley most sound very similar, so there are rele like 15 or 20 differnt effects. Some of them being: Flanger, Chorus, Delay, Phaser, Tremolo, Expander, and Wah. The treble is incredible, It can reach rele crisp highs, while the bass can get rele clear lows.

30 Watts is more than sufficient to suffice as a practice amp. The sound can fill a room with no problem. I wouldnt recommend it for moderate sized clubs or anything but it is good for someone still in thier garage stages. I had heard that this amp was not very loud but quite the contrary. Its very loud. The Jensen cone projects the sound well.

Bottom Line : I would gladly reccomend this amp to anyone wanting to find an affordable amp without compromising any quality. This is the way to go.

Im sorry if i didnt meet the standards of a good review, this being my first, but if any one wants to know anything more about this amp i would gladly be able to answer any questions about it.

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-23 lbs
-$69.99 of of Musicians Friend
-Came with Footswitch
- 100 effect presets
- LED readout
- 10 inch Jensen cone
-30 watts
-Virtube tube emulation
-3 channels

Alright, first of all this thing is a beast. It is massive. Im not sure on the dimensions but the picture on the net rele doesnt do it justice. Its moderatley heavy.

The tone is great, its rele clear and sounds very bright and it can rele bring out my little crappy guitar and make it sound awesome. Tone is just so incredible, im suprised it was only $70.

The hardware is all very sturdy. The knobs are plastic, and are mounted on a metal back. The back of the amp is open. The knobs control the volume, FX, Bass, MID, and Treble.

There are 100 effects presets on this amp. Unfortunatley most sound very similar, so there are rele like 15 or 20 differnt effects. Some of them being: Flanger, Chorus, Delay, Phaser, Tremolo, Expander, and Wah. The treble is incredible, It can reach rele crisp highs, while the bass can get rele clear lows.

30 Watts is more than sufficient to suffice as a practice amp. The sound can fill a room with no problem. I wouldnt recommend it for moderate sized clubs or anything but it is good for someone still in thier garage stages. I had heard that this amp was not very loud but quite the contrary. Its very loud. The Jensen cone projects the sound well.

Bottom Line : I would gladly reccomend this amp to anyone wanting to find an affordable amp without compromising any quality. This is the way to go.

Im sorry if i didnt meet the standards of a good review, this being my first, but if any one wants to know anything more about this amp i would gladly be able to answer any questions about it.

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Originally Posted by: x0o_BurnOut_o0x
Im sorry if i didnt meet the standards of a good review, this being my first, but if any one wants to know anything more about this amp i would gladly be able to answer any questions about it.

Edit your post to include a picture of it, and you're in good shape.
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#2

Originally Posted by: x0o_BurnOut_o0x
Im sorry if i didnt meet the standards of a good review, this being my first, but if any one wants to know anything more about this amp i would gladly be able to answer any questions about it.

Edit your post to include a picture of it, and you're in good shape.
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x0o_BurnOut_o0x

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I would love to but my scanner took a crap and idk how to put a picture in a pos. But heres the link if that helps...


http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/g=guitar/s=amps/search/detail/base_id/54577

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I would love to but my scanner took a crap and idk how to put a picture in a pos. But heres the link if that helps...


http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/g=guitar/s=amps/search/detail/base_id/54577

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Originally Posted by: x0o_BurnOut_o0x
idk how to put a picture in a pos.

Everything you'll need to know is here.
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#4

Originally Posted by: x0o_BurnOut_o0x
idk how to put a picture in a pos.

Everything you'll need to know is here.
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x0o_BurnOut_o0x

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Thank you for that!

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Thank you for that!

Bluto

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A buddy of mine bought that amp and loves it .
I was impressed with how much amp he got for the money . I played through it a few times with a strat and now I ordered the bigger brother to it . I went on line and ordered the BMX212 Behringer Combo . If it's anything like the smaller one , it should really be quite the rig .
Now I'd like to find a road case for it somewhere .

#6

A buddy of mine bought that amp and loves it .
I was impressed with how much amp he got for the money . I played through it a few times with a strat and now I ordered the bigger brother to it . I went on line and ordered the BMX212 Behringer Combo . If it's anything like the smaller one , it should really be quite the rig .
Now I'd like to find a road case for it somewhere .

Akira

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The pic has disapeared.

Or is it just me? :confused:
You can now find me >here

#7

The pic has disapeared.

Or is it just me? :confused:
You can now find me >here

Lordathestrings

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Originally Posted by: Akira
The pic has disapeared.

Or is it just me? :confused:
Not just you. I fixed the link.
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#8

Originally Posted by: Akira
The pic has disapeared.

Or is it just me? :confused:
Not just you. I fixed the link.
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Akira

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Originally Posted by: Lordathestrings
Not just you. I fixed the link.


To the rescue once again. :)
You can now find me >here

#9

Originally Posted by: Lordathestrings
Not just you. I fixed the link.


To the rescue once again. :)
You can now find me >here