I have owned a few Behringer pedals over the years and most are just as you would expect - a reasonable blend of features at a great price. The EM600, however, really stands out and has never been off my pedalboard since I bought it in 2010.
The unit is 100% digital and features 11 delay modes (although 3 are just variations of tempo synced delay - at different note lengths). Ping Pong and Reverse modes are just what you'd expect - ping pong only really coming to life if you make use of the stereo output on the pedal. There are two different multi-delays, which emulate the multi-head tape delays of old very nicely. Tracking mode is a ducked delay , with the delayed sound muted until there is no input signal. This mode is useful as it suppresses the delays while you're playing, allowing them to come to the fore when you stop playing. Sweep and Swirl mode add a resonant filter to the mix , giving a nice psychedelic edge to the sound. Slap mode is simply slapback echo for those 50s surf rockers out there and the three tap-tempo modes round off the package.
Tap tempo is straightforward to enable - hold the pedal down for a second until the light flashes, tap the pedal a few times to set the tempo, then hold again to return to "play" mode. It's easy and works well.
Over and above the mode selector, the pedal features Time, Feedback and Mix controls as you would expect on a delay. The feature set is complemented, though , by an additional Mod control for delay time modulation depth and a three way switch to select Digital, Analog or Tape style delay, which affects the way the decaying notes are distorted or filtered. Finally, a Tails switch will allow your delays to fade out naturally after you switch the pedal off - a nice touch.
Downsides ? The unit is not true bypass and the Mix knob remains in circuit when the pedal is off. If you've been playing with the unit and left it on full Mix, you can be left with a baffling silence until you figure out what's going on. Also, the model select knob is actually a rotary pot, so there's no tactile feedback to indicate a change of model - the blue LED flashes (and obviously the sound changes) , but it can be difficult to figure out which model you're currently set on.
All in all, though - this pedal represents excellent value for money, offering a wide range of delay models and plenty of fine control over the sound.
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