Behringer FX600

583

Digital Stereo Multi-Effect Pedal

  • 24-bit stereo effects including Flanger, Chorus, Phaser, Delay, Tremolo and Pitch Shifter
  • Power supply optional (Thomann NT AC/PSA 409939)
Design Pedal
Amp Modeling No
Drumcomputer No
Incl. Tuner No
Expression Pedal No
USB-Port No
Headphone Output No
MIDI Interface No
Line Out No
Battery Powered Yes
PSU included No
available since April 2007
Item number 113880
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Chorus 1
Flanger 1
Delay Time 800 ms
Phaser 1
Battery Operation 1
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30 €
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KeViN-WeaReN 29.06.2021
Use: I play this with guitar electric or acoustic, so far, just at home.

The sound quality is really nice (I don't know about loud PA systems...). The effect knob is a standard rotary knob without any clicking. The settings are quite intuitive when going from effect to effect, they are the same, so it's not programmable, which is fine to me.

With the delay, usually a minimum time would mean a 'single repeat' but this is not happening here, so it wouldn't be your best 'slapback' rockabilly pedal.

The flanger is the only other questionable effect as it is difficult to get a middle of the road flange, it is either a little soft, or a little extreme.

All in all a brilliant pedal and not just for the price, for the sheer functionality to sounds ratio and no messing around with programming, just plug and play.

I didn't test battery life, so I don't know how that would go.

Pros
multiple usable effects
Unique
Fun
Easy to use

Cons
Not what you would ask for from every effect
Plastic Build(hence the price)

Overall: Has it has it's own character and I would buy the same thing in a steel enclosure if this broke and that were available.

Dirt cheap multi fx with high quality sound. If you want to experiment with pedal fx on a budget, this is a great pedal.

Although, not a perfect example of all effects, definitely creatively a pretty expansive sonic palette to experiment with.
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Good, but not flawless;
sandergrupstra 08.12.2020
Bought this pedal for the pitch shift function. I needed a pedal that I could just throw next to my board. This was the cheapest option.

When it comes so sound; The pedal has several effects, though they don't always work that good. When I use the chorus, flanger or phaser they just don't give a nice colorful touch to your sound. Sometimes I even get latency. Even when using the pedal on it's own. Luckily for me not on the pitch shift effect.

The pedal had a plastic housing which isn't sturdy at all. It goes wherever it want with the smallest nudge. The 'in' jack inputs are very loose and the cable easily pulls out.

Overall; a good starter pedal for a home setup, but not for a proper stage. Watch some videos on this pedal before you buy it.
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Fantastic value
luffarvante 21.09.2021
A very versatile and useful pedal, especially considering the price point.
I bought this as I wanted to start experimenting with modulation and other guitar effects and figured this would allow me to get a feeling for what type of effect (s) would be interesting or useful for me.
The parameter knobs takes some getting used to, and I wouldn't say this pedal can replace any single pedal of the options it delivers fully, but it's still very useful and fun.

Besides guitar, I've used it for delay on extreme vocals in a pinch and was surprised by how well it worked.

Highly recommended, at this price I can't come up with a reason not to buy it.
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Really useful pedal.
J subsekt 06.11.2019
Bought this for as a cheap way to spice up some synths & also for sound design in the studio.

It sounds pretty nice on a drum machine or synth pad. Sometimes its nice to have a little bit of dirt on tap that you can dial in.

I'm not a guitarist. I also use these pedals for no-input mixer sound design / experimentation. This is where you run the mixer outputs back into the inputs & use the volumes, sends, eq's etc.. to turn the desk into a big oscillator. You can get anything from unpredictable clicky rhythms to raw sci-fi alien tones. Having the Behringer FX600 in the chain lets you add a lot of movement and variation.. especially the chorus, which modulates the pitch in an otherwise static signal. Autopan acts like a rhythmic gate.

Great pedal. Far better quality than I expected. I like the way it sounds & might actually pick another one up in the future as for this price & spec its pretty much all that there is.

Can totally recommend.
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