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Delivers the classic, mind-bending vibrato effects of the '60s and '70s.
Kicking the Ultra Vibrato UV300 into action is like putting an invisible, automatic whammy bar on your guitar. From the gentle, pulsing rhythms of the ocean surf to the wild, whirling effects of a rotating speaker system, the UV300 will bring a dose of days gone by to your sound.
Select from Unlatch, Bypass or Latch modes and twist the dedicated Rise, Rate and Depth dials to create your ideal vibrato. In Latch mode, the effect is constantly on once you step on it. Unlatch mode only applies the effect while you press down on the pedal, so you can add vibrato to a single note if you like. Your guitar will be playing mind-games with everyone in earshot as familiar, but hardly ordinary, tones of the 1960s and ‘70s ooze out of your amp.
The blue LED tells you when the UV300 is activated, and the first-class on/off switch maintains peerless signal integrity in bypass mode. You can power BEHRINGER stomps with a 9V battery or our PSU-SB DC power supply (not included).
Add the swirling, psychedelic sounds that defined rock to your rig. Order now.
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Comments about Behringer UV300 Ultra Vibrato Guitar Effects Pedal:
It's a Boss copy, but a good one. It sounds great. Clean, clear, and warm, and not brittle. The momentary mode for vibrato rise time is fantastic. There is only one thing that I think it lacks and that is headroom. If you send to much signal to the pedal it has a slight glitch. Common for some pedals , especially Behringer pedals. A bit of clip on a strong transient. This can be remedied by EQ or feeding it a slightly lower signal. Some may not notice it, and it could even be an enhancement for some. Audio Proz does a simple mod for the pedal that gives it increased headroom. Well worth doing and cost very little. To me it's so much better than a chorus pedal. You don't lose your tone or clarity. If you set it up for a slow LFO speed, go about half way on the depth, you get a roundness of the sound but still has the bite and definition. Almost a wow and flutter effect from an analog tape deck in a good way. It's also very quiet. Never had a problem with the pedal.