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Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp

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Whether for practice, rehearsal, live on stage, or in the studio Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amps combine solid feel and sound with flexibility and durability. The V-Tone series is a line of ... Click To Read More About This Product

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Whether for practice, rehearsal, live on stage, or in the studio Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amps combine solid feel and sound with flexibility and durability. The V-Tone series is a line of powerful modeling guitar amp workstations with authentic analog modeling technology. All models feature 27 amp and speaker simulation combinations capable of a broad range of sounds. 2 independent analog modeling channels, patented DYNAMIZER circuitry, ultraflexible FXT function for independent effects settings on each channel, and a 24-bit stereo multi-effects processor provide breathtaking versatility and power for sounds vintage, smooth, modern, or raw. Throw chorus, flanging, phasing, rotary, auto-wah, echo, delay, compressor, and various effect combinations with 99 user presets and MIDI control into the mix and see what comes out. Additionally, external effects devices such as wah-wah pedals can be connected via the combo's serial FX loop. Includes dual footswitch FS112 for channel selection, effect bypass, and tuner activation.

The GMX210 2X30W stereo combo is the middle-sized offering among the V-Tone analog modeling stereo amps. This powerful guitar workstation boasts authentic analog modeling for 3 classic guitar amps, 3 speaker simulation models plus 3 gain modes--all individually selectable per channel. There are 2 independent, full-featured modeling channels, offering everything you need from clean to crunch to super-fat distortion sounds.

FEATURES

  • Analog modeling
  • 2x30W power
  • Two 10" speakers
  • 2 channels
  • 27 modeled sounds
  • 24-bit effects processor with chorus, flanging, phasing, rotary, auto-wah, echo, delay, compressor, and combinations
  • FXT function
  • Dynamizer signal enhancement circuitry
  • Tuner
  • MIDI control
  • Includes footswitch
SPECIFICATIONS
  • 24"W x 18-3/4"H x 10"D
  • 40.1 lbs.
Pro Coverage
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
1 year warranty. 3 year warranty if registered within 90 days of purchase.


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BehringerV-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp
 
4.4

(based on 10 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Behringer V-tone GMX210 Is the Greatest!

The Behringer V-tone GMX210 amplifier is one killer amp. Packed full with 99 effects, you could almost shatter a crystal glass (tried it, but it didn't work)or not even use a microphone...Read complete review

The Behringer V-tone GMX210 amplifier is one killer amp. Packed full with 99 effects, you could almost shatter a crystal glass (tried it, but it didn't work)or not even use a microphone on stage. It also has on it two channels and three amp, mode, and speaker types on both. You could even connect more amps to this bad boy. However, you could only use one effect at a time on each channel. But besides that, it is really worth it.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Heavy Metal, stay away!

I recently bought this amp from my local Guitar Center store, after they told me it would be perfect for metal. The distortion on it is horrible, with almost no gain on it...Read complete review

I recently bought this amp from my local Guitar Center store, after they told me it would be perfect for metal. The distortion on it is horrible, with almost no gain on it at all. The effects are great though. 99 presets that run great, and completely customizable. But If you play metal that need alot of gain, go with a Line 6 or Krank.

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(21 of 23 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Behringer V-tone GMX210 Is the Greatest!

By Hummbucker2010

from Seymour, Ct

Comments about Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp:

The Behringer V-tone GMX210 amplifier is one killer amp. Packed full with 99 effects, you could almost shatter a crystal glass (tried it, but it didn't work)or not even use a microphone on stage. It also has on it two channels and three amp, mode, and speaker types on both. You could even connect more amps to this bad boy. However, you could only use one effect at a time on each channel. But besides that, it is really worth it.

(5 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good Beginner to Intermediate Amp

By Cameron

from Canon City,CO

Comments about Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp:

This amp has a great sound and has enough effects to last a lifetime. I really enjoy playing with all the effects on this amp. Those 10" Jensens can also go very loud which is nice. The only thing is that the distortion could be a bit better but it is average. This is an all around great amp.

(5 of 21 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

what did you ecpect

By guitar guru

from hanover park, il

Comments about Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp:

well first of all the price will tell you this is a basic at home amp, not gig werthey and secondly the distortion is moderate it gets the job done, hooking up external devises is a no no, pluged in digitech death metal pedal and was toatally diapointed, it sucked. but as far as tone, value, and efects this is a begginers amp. and if you cant tell the difference between crunch effect and cabinet a/b effect (presets 94 and 99) then you need to get a better guitar or you need to get your ears checked. its to quite to be an awsome amp.the higher the volume the crappier the signal. but for clean clear tones this amp rocks. play this amp with a coil tapping guitar on preset 46 with amp on tweed, mode on clean, and speaker on flat with the coil tapping on tone knob all the up on the neck pickup active and you got some nice tones. I play a schecter gryphon so i have ciol tapping on damand.

(5 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great amp for the newcommer

By DrummersPlay2loud

from Corona, CA

Comments about Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp:

This was my first, and still the only, amp i own, and though im no pro, i must say it has something for everyone. This amp is incredible, and provides options many other amps dont offer. Presets add to playing fun but if you want the honest drawbacks to this amp: - the presets involving overdrive-style sounds are lacking. Not a huge deal but, for metal, and most edgy rock applications, you need to add a pedal to get the sound. among other things, it carries far, but only on in a forward direction. bottom line: It is an awesome buy for small gigs and practice, but if you plan on anything more, youll need something bigger.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Amp/Great Deal

By Shaggydude

from Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Comments about Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp:

i used to own this amp and i loved it, amazing sound, and with 99 presets your certain to find a sound that suits you. i just sold this amp and i am buying the Behringer GMX212 which is basically the same the amp just 120 watts instead of 60, because i needed the extra power, but both are great amps, and a great buy.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

AMAZING

By Steve

from Appleton, Wisconsin

Comments about Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp:

I just have to say I love this amp. It is super crazy good... the only thing I suggest is that if you're going to get this amp, that you should get a good pedal, like a Digitech, or a very good-sounding guitar, because it isn't very heavy on distortion... but I love this thing.... very good quality, and it can get loud enough to get you through any gigs, at least til you land that record deal...

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Heavy Metal, stay away!

By Jared A. D. Harlow

from Nashua, New Hampshire

Comments about Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp:

I recently bought this amp from my local Guitar Center store, after they told me it would be perfect for metal. The distortion on it is horrible, with almost no gain on it at all. The effects are great though. 99 presets that run great, and completely customizable. But If you play metal that need alot of gain, go with a Line 6 or Krank.

(0 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Behringer GMX 210

By GreenHornet

from Sumter, SC

Comments about Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp:

Traded in for a Vox AD30VT. GMX210 speakers have awful rattle and hum at high gain after striking a chord and knobs are cheap plastic..I broke one, incidentally, taking it for a trade in. The knobs stick past the body so if you hit anything on the control side, your knobs are the first to go!Amp is plenty loud and sounds good on tweed cleaned up, but for metal or hard rock distortion forget it. The 99 presets are very hard to tell apart when they are in a class together. Reverb is good and chorus is ok. Go for the Vox..the tones are just beautiful and the NuMetal amp model is crunch city.

 
5.0

awesome amp (behringer v-tone gmx210)

By Derrel j Morehead Sr.

from kent ohio

Comments about Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp:

I purchased this amp for my 14 year old son. from the first moment he hooked it up, we were blown away!!!! what a great sounding amp. the preset affects are outradgeous. we would highly recomend this amp to other guitarists and all ready have! the people that we delt with were very profesional! thanks for a great experience. also the price was awesome. I play drums, but if i played guitar i'd have one of these amps.we look forward to future purchases.

 
5.0

vtone 210

By shawn

from alabama

Comments about Behringer V-Tone GMX210 Stereo Combo Amp:

i like the GMX210 it sounds great however the effects are a little hard for me to grasp. i tried my pastors GMX212 and if i had the money i would have bought it. never the less, the Behringer is a great sounding amp. it gets loud when you need it and soft when no one wants to be bothered.. 5 stars.

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