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- Get the classic, warm and mind-bending tremolo effects of vintage ‘60s amps
- This BEHRINGER product has been designed to compete head to head with leading products on the market
- Dedicated Rate, Wave and Depth controls for awesome sound shaping
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|Item Dimensions||2.13 x 2.76 x 4.84 in||0.21 x 0.43 x 0.23 in||2.13 x 2.76 x 4.84 in||1.5 x 4.65 x 2.52 in||3.88 x 6.85 x 2.32 in||2.5 x 4.2 x 1.7 in|
When you've got to have the classic tremolo made famous by vintage '50s amps, get the ULTRA TREMOLO UT300. Like Waves Lapping at the Shoreline. The classic surf music of the '50s and '60s might not have even happened if tremolo hadn't come along. Vintage amps produced this intriguing effect by pulsing the volume of the instrument signal at a user-adjustable rate. The UT300 pays homage to this legendary sound, bringing it up to date for modern surf freaks. Ease of Use. With its dedicated RATE, WAVE and DEPTH dials, you can shape a pulsating tremolo that nails every sound from rowdy rockabilly and surging surf to modern space-rock. A red LED tells you when the effect is activated, and you can power this groovy stomp box with either a PSU-SB DC power supply (not included) or a 9 V battery. A top-quality On/Off switch maintains excellent signal integrity in bypass mode. Value Ride the wave of classic tremolo aboard the ULTRA TREMOLO UT300. And the best part - you'll still have money for board wax and gas to get you to the beach!
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There are a lot of gear snobs out there who hate on Behringer because they're cheap. I don't care, they make a grerat product for the working musician. For those that say the Behringer sounds inferior to, let's say Boss for example: The joke's on you, Behringer generally reverse-engineers their stuff from companies like Boss, Digitech, Line 6, etc.... In other words its practically the same circuit in a cheaper enclosure. Yes, they may be guilty of being copycats, but if they can provide me with essentially the same product for 1/2 or 1/3 the price, I'll take it. I've played guitar for 16 years and have more equipment than I should even try to mention; several guitars, amps of all kinds, and effects of all kinds and brands, and have no problem with Behringer whatsoever.
Makes tremolo sounds without noise for $25. Good bargain pedal, doubtful about the durability and a few minor nits noted below.
I bought it to use on 1 song. Should work for that purpose.
- Cheap price
- Good sounds and range of sounds
- Form factor (size/shape) is good - doesn't hog the board, but not so small you step on adjacent pedals stomping it.
- "standard" 9V center positive power supply jack.(same as a boss pedal)
- Plastic case
- power supply jack on right side can interfere with positioning input patch cord in certain positions.
- pots (controls) feel cheap
- not sure the waveform knob is really required. A better choice might have been just an output level jack although I don't notice it raising or lowering the volume.
Rate, speed, and waveform adjustment knobs allow for a variety of tremolo sounds. Price is great at $25, case is plastic and that's a concern for durability. Behringer puts the power supply on the right side, and I don't like that because it can be in the way of right angle patch cord plugs. The overall form factor (size and shape) is good, the power supply is standard (9v, Center positive), and it makes the sounds it should and doesn't seem noisy. I can't complain at $25 but I'd rather see them move the power to the back vertical surface and put this in a metal case. The pots feel kind of cheap to me too. Its not an effect I expect to use a lot, just a few songs. If I fall in love with tremolo and decide I need a more durable unit, I'll buy a more expensive one from someone else. But for the occasional user, this seems like it can work. I basically like it because its cheap, it works, it doesn't require any weird power supply plugs or different voltages, it has a standard form factor and it sounds decent.
My downgrade of 1 star is based on my perceived quality and durability of the product. I rather expect that I'm going to step on it one day and its going to crush under my foot or the switch inside will be cheap and not last very long. Time will tell. I've recently purchased 3 behringer pedals for effects I don't use a lot but wanted to use a little. We'll see how they last.
UPDATE: I've had this about a year and a half, although have not used it consistently during that time. It still works, never had any issues when I was using it weekly. The one problem that emerged on this , and both of the other 2 Behringer pedals I bought around the same time is that the back label came off when I pulled these off my pedal board. i.e. the velcro is a lot stronger than the glue bonding the label to the pedal. Find a better glue fellas! Overall I think this is worth it's relatively low price but probably would buy a better one if this was an effect I wanted to use a lot.