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Adolori's review of Behringer V Tone

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Behringer V Tone

“Good guitar in experienced hands”

Written on: 10/08/2013 by Adolori (1 review written)

I have my pack for about 4 years now. Black. i have about 20 years of playing experience. The 15 W amp is of course not meant for gigs but for practicing. Any experienced player should know that no 15 W amp will ever be heard above the drums. The amp is excellent in all sounds from clean to distorted. Of course there is virtually no headroom in such a small amp, so the cleans will be at low volume. The sound quality of the amp is very good and if you know how, you can model almost any amp. I own a number of amps including a Fender 212R, Vox30, Marshall MG102 and a Fender Mustang III V2 100W etc. Well, for the guitar itself first you need a quality strap, cable and picks. If you are an old guitar player, you surely already have these. I have of course over time tweaked this guitar to suit my playing - .010 - .046 strings for perfect intonation, action height to 3/64th at 12th fret, kept the Pus, and man, does that guitar sing! At the end of the day, folks! The best guitar in the world in the hands of a novice will sound bad and vice versa. For one or the other reason, this guitar of mine sounds better than some of my more expensive guitars. And it's really good when I play it on the Fender amps.

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