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Behringer VP1 Vintage Phaser

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Vintage Phaser

The VP1 delivers authentic and classic three-dimensional phaser effects. Sound and effect speed can be adjusted by separate rate and tone control. A status LED for effect activation and battery check is included and a real "hard-wire" bypass ensures maximum signal integrity. The power supply is via a 9 V battery or a DC adapter (not included).

  • Authentic and classic three-dimensional phaser effect
  • From fast Rotary Speaker to impressive "Jet Plane" effects
  • Separate rate and tone control for fine adjustment of sound and effect speed
  • Status LED
  • Real "hard-wire" bypass for maximum signal consistency
  • Operation via 9 V battery or BEHRINGER PSU-SB DC adapter (not included)
Chorus No
Flanger No
Phaser Yes
available since February 2006
Item number 189490
33 €
Including VAT; Excluding 4,80 € shipping
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Congrats: You're Jean Michelle Jarre Now
Chris Q. 01.09.2021
It does *that* thing exactly like the other pedal that made JMJ famous. It does its thing and has survived the few gigs and studio sessions its been in. Typically I run keyboards through it and it works great.

If you own a delay pedal with a send-return loop or a desk it's good fun to have a phaser in the feedback adding texture. If you don't like this style of phaser, I'd just not get it.
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Best deal for that price
Clausione 05.11.2020
It is build like a tank. There is a tone switch that change the way pedal is working, one of its settings sound a bit like an auto wah. What convinced me to buy this pedal (a demo on youtube) was how subtle can be on its minimum setting. I used it mostly before a big muff fuzz. This pedal is dead silent, no buzz, no hiss, not even phaser envelope on background, but I have to mention that I use it with a very good multi power source.

Others said that it lacks amplitude, but this is exactly what I like, because you can't hear that artificial annoying sound, just a nice envelope that emphasize your sound. If you want something exaggerating, then you should look other way.
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Vintage Sound
SimonDK 13.08.2020
This phaser has the vintage phase sound and it looks pretty vintage too.
Not the best quality, but pretty good for the money. I wish it had more features to choose from and it's quite large which of course looks vintage as well, but I don't think it's necessary to make it that big.
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Good value
Flecksy 17.05.2020
I've owned some Behringer products in the past and found them to be pretty decent for the price. I'd never gotten the really cheap stuff, though. But, as I was putting together an order to be shipped to Mexico, I thought I'll make good use of those shipping costs and order some effects. This is my first Phaser, so I have nothing to compare it to. However, I like the effect and the sound of this one in particular. The casing is metal, but seems like a mostly empty box and certainly feels cheap -ish in the hand. The switch doesn't have the usual 'click' when you step on it (don't know if it's just mine...), but it works fine. The tone switch and the tone dial are responsive and work well. I also notice that the volume seems to drop once I turn it on. Having said that, I really like this pedal and would certainly recommend it, particularly if you just want to try how a Phaser would be in your effects chain.
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