Behringer V-tone GM 108

15W Mini/Headphone Amp

Made by Behringer

Description 15 watt, 8" speaker. 3 switches that allow you to choose 27 different amp/speaker configurations.

Good little starter or practice amp. Nice tones in all but the "plain" mode.
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Directory Equipment: Amplifiers
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On 3/8/2005, Inactive Member posted:
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I looked at Crate, Roland & Fender. This amp has the ability to get the tones I wanted. Good volume if I need it.

Good price so I think the value for the dollar is there.

Yes, if stolen, I would get it again.
Model Year: 2005
Price: $59.99 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar Center
Features:
"Analog" modeling for 3 "classic" guitar amps, 3 speaker sims & plus 3 gain modes. Total of 27 different possible configurations. 3 tone controls, referred to as "3-band EQ", treble, mids & bass controls. Master volume as well as channel volume. CD input for playing along with your CD player. 15 watts is plenty of power, for a practice or starter amp. 8" speaker.
Sound Quality:
Using three guitars with it. American Standard Strat, Dean Evo Special Select and Ibanez AG-85-TRD. Great little amp for practicing at home where I don't need a lot of volume but would still like a variety of tones. Compares good to other amps I tried. Tried a Crate, Roland and Fender. For the money, this was the winner. Seems nice & quiet at decent volumes. I have not tried to push it, no real need to. So it is clean when I want it & decent distortion when I need it.
Ease of Use:
Very simple controls. 3 switches on the front to select the style of amp, speaker type & gain. Add the 3 tone controls and it's real eacy to dial in the tones you want.
Durability:
Have only had it for one day. But if it's like the other Behringer stuff, it should do well. I have a Bass amp & pedal board. All are made well. This will probably stay at home for practice. Overall appearance seems to be decently built.