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Behringer GX112 Blue Devil 60W 1X12 Guitar Workstation   

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Featuring special-design VirtuTube circuitry, the Blue Devil packs 60W of power, a custom-made 12" Shark speaker, 2 channels with separatevolume and ...Click To Read More About This Product

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A digital effects amp with tube amp attitude!

Featuring special-design VirtuTube circuitry, the Blue Devil packs 60W of power, a custom-made 12" Shark speaker, 2 channels with separate
volume and effects, a digital stereo effects unit with 24-bit converters, and 3 adjustable parameters per preset. Connections include insert, stereo aux in and line out, phones, and MIDI.

FEATURES
  • 60W of power
  • 12" custom-made Shark speaker
  • 2 channels with separate effects and controls
  • Digital stereo effects with 24-bit converters
  • 2-button footswitch for channel select and effects on/off
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by PowerReviews
 
3.7

(based on 51 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (22)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (12)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Hard to beat...good amp in context

Ok, so don't laugh - I found this amp in the garbage :P Seriously. Apparently it had been rained on and then stored so it had a bit of a musty smell so...Read complete review

Ok, so don't laugh - I found this amp in the garbage :P Seriously. Apparently it had been rained on and then stored so it had a bit of a musty smell so they were throwing it out. I knew the owner and asked if I could take it home thinking it would be a free speaker and maybe some parts, but I was pleasantly surprised to find out it worked, and it worked really well from what I expected.

I have since cleaned her up good (No more smell) and it has lived in my rehearsal space for over two years. I have even taken it out for duo gigs and small venue where a drummer isn't sharing the stage, and it has always worked really well

TONE
For those who want that all gain metal thing - this isn't your baby. On the Hell channel, I would describe the gain as Marshall -esque, and pretty darn loud. I have had it at several jam sessions with drums bass, with no trouble keeping up and even had comments about how killer it sounded, which is funny. When maxed out you can hear stuff rattling around a bit tho. The clean sound (Heaven) is quite aaiiight. I find the eq is best set with the treble at half or less and the mids cranked. Also have the bass up higher than I usually would to get some of the low mid I like. (Have to lower the bass if cranked...the things sounds like it might explode when driven hard, which is also kinda cool because I haven't been able to make it blow up yet)

EFFECTS
But for a sprinkle of delay - I don't use effects much. I am quite happy with what I can dial in and I find it super easy to get what I need in just a couple of seconds. I havent really browsed through the rest of the offerings but it is the usual gated reverb nonsense, flangers, etc.

The buttons are flimsy, it is made of pressboard or something..typical cheaper Behringer stuff from before the rebrand. But for the $$ I think it is totally worth it. A really great sounding little amp in my opinion, no matter what name is on the grill.

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Don't Buy The Hype Mate!!!

I was looking for a 1/12 combo that could do small gigs and jam. You know, fairly light and easy to transport as opposed to my boomer half stack which is usually overkill...Read complete review

I was looking for a 1/12 combo that could do small gigs and jam. You know, fairly light and easy to transport as opposed to my boomer half stack which is usually overkill anyway. The amp also had to have serious tone, punch and attitude! I bought this amp after reading the factory hype about tube emulation, devastating aray of effects, quality sound and killer German engineering! The sound was tinny, the effects all sounded about the same (none of them good) and simply, it sounded and felt like a cheap, Chinese made piece of junk; which of course it is! Save your money and buy quality instead of hype! You can't substitute quality with rhetoric!

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4.0

Hard to beat...good amp in context

By Roland

from PE, Canada

Ok, so don't laugh - I found this amp in the garbage :P Seriously. Apparently it had been rained on and then stored so it had a bit of a musty smell so they were throwing it out. I knew the owner and asked if I could take it home thinking it would be a free speaker and maybe some parts, but I was pleasantly surprised to find out it worked, and it worked really well from what I expected.

I have since cleaned her up good (No more smell) and it has lived in my rehearsal space for over two years. I have even taken it out for duo gigs and small venue where a drummer isn't sharing the stage, and it has always worked really well

TONE
For those who want that all gain metal thing - this isn't your baby. On the Hell channel, I would describe the gain as Marshall -esque, and pretty darn loud. I have had it at several jam sessions with drums bass, with no trouble keeping up and even had comments about how killer it sounded, which is funny. When maxed out you can hear stuff rattling around a bit tho. The clean sound (Heaven) is quite aaiiight. I find the eq is best set with the treble at half or less and the mids cranked. Also have the bass up higher than I usually would to get some of the low mid I like. (Have to lower the bass if cranked...the things sounds like it might explode when driven hard, which is also kinda cool because I haven't been able to make it blow up yet)

EFFECTS
But for a sprinkle of delay - I don't use effects much. I am quite happy with what I can dial in and I find it super easy to get what I need in just a couple of seconds. I havent really browsed through the rest of the offerings but it is the usual gated reverb nonsense, flangers, etc.

The buttons are flimsy, it is made of pressboard or something..typical cheaper Behringer stuff from before the rebrand. But for the $$ I think it is totally worth it. A really great sounding little amp in my opinion, no matter what name is on the grill.

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5.0

Good and loud with a pedal

By Luther P.

from kenly, NC

This is a good amp if you wnat to be loud but the effects and the distortion sucks. but I just got the digitech grunge pedal and this thing is the bomb I only recommend this to anybody who likes to mess around on the guitar. but make sure you have a pedal.

 
2.0

The worst!

By waylesspaul

from Bucyrus, Ohio

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Worst sounding amp I have ever heard. Sounds like a ukelele with plastic strings. No presence-fullness or sustain.

 
2.0

Poor quality from Behringer...

By Winston-MegFD

from NE

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Never have I played through an amp of such poor quality. Sounded good through headphones but would short out at live shows if tured past 7. The last time it never turned on again. Opened it up to find only a small effects board and speaker. Cab chips very easy. Effects are all origanl and useless. Sent it back ASAP.

 
2.0

Worst of the Line

By Voxman77

from Largo, Fl.

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This is the worst thing Behringer has ever made. I couldn't get any gain out of it before it started clipping. If you run the preamp too strong it will clip. The only reason I gave it an 8 for value is because MF is giving them away. If you want Behringer, get a V-Tone, or better still, spend some more cash and get the Vox Valvatronix 50 watt. You can even control the amps output without loosing tone for quiet practice. I am now a Vox Man after being a Behringer Man for the last 3 years.

 
5.0

Amazing amp

By suavemonkeyboy

from Oregon

Great amp! I use it with my Ibanez and despite its size, it gets my house shaking just above 1/2 power, and never compromises noise for quality sound! Great effects. It gets all the dogs in my neighborhood barking, which makes it good in my book. Again, despite how loud you get, it doesn't lose quality. Great amp, highly recommended!

 
4.0

It's Not Blue...But It's Not Bad...

By SharpeGuitars

from St. Louis, MO

I've been looking for a small amp to keep in my music room in the basement and just noticed the attractively priced Behringer Blue Devil GX112 in a recent Musician's Friend catalogue. The size (and particularly the price) were ideal for my requirements. Although I found the dark blue covering kind of attractive, when I first opened the box I was disappointed to find that this particular amp was actually covered in a black sprayed-on, pebble-type finish. So much for the "BLUE Devil" designation. Any disappointment, however, vanished once I powered up and became familiar with the features. Keep in mind that I am an archtop player who mainly plays chord-melody type stuff, so all I'm looking for is moderate-volume TONE, not power. The GX-112 (mine actually came equipped with a Jensen 12" and NOT the advertised Shark(?) brand speaker)sounds wonderful and the various reverb and chorus settings are full and rich. I doubt if I will ever even try the HELL channel, but the clean channel is pretty close to HEAVEN as advertised. For my needs, this is a great little amp...even though it's NOT BLUE.

 
4.0

Good for the money!!!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I gigged with this amp many times, it is not loud enough on its own, but with miking it is working good.

 
5.0

Well worth the money!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I bought this amp last year and could not have asked for a better deal! It was extremely cheap, cranked if I needed it and has 99 different effects that can be combined. It does anything you could possibly want!

 
1.0

Do not gamble

By theNitefly

from Chicago, IL

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I owned the amp, but am now trying to sell it. It gave out on me with in a week, the sound became distorted, and the rattling in the speaker became apparent. Any amp is a better value than this. Sure, it's set at a cheap price, but you get less than what you pay for. I bought a vox valvetronix for a little more: real tube, vitage effects, seemless channel switching, loud clean sound from a small amp, from metal to blues to classical.

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