Behringer Bass Graphic Equalizer BEQ700

Behringer Bass Graphic Equalizer BEQ700

With a wide frequency range from 50 Hz to 10 kHz and a powerful 15 dB boost/cut per band, you'll have more control over your midrange.


Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price: $29.99

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User Reviews of the Behringer Bass Graphic Equalizer BEQ700

  • Submitted by Rich from Norwich (22 points) on Apr 4, 2010
  • The only thing I've really got to add to what people have already said is that for some reason the power socket on this one is in front of the input jack, rather than behind it (stomp switch side rather than slider side) which makes it slightly more annoying to plug in if you're using a multi power supply. Your pile of pedals and cables will become ever so slightly more ingrown with this in the mix.
  • Good Points: does what it's supposed to.
  • Bad Points: stupid stupid power supply.
  • Price Paid: US$60.00
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  • Submitted by red rumble from Livonia, MI (114 points) on Jul 5, 2009
  • I like this EQ because it's cheap and effective. It's nice for figuring out if you REALLY want to splurge for a Boss or something, which might be a good idea if you don't like the flimsy faders and cheap construction of the Behringer. But don't get me wrong, this pedal is great if you've come to accept the flaws inherent in these and other cheap brands.
  • Good Points: Cheap. The really easily moved faders are a good thing when used in a feedback loop for some fast pitch changing.
  • Bad Points: Faders aren't neccessarily stable, in fact the whole thing doesn't inspire confidence.
  • Price Paid: US$0.00
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  • Submitted by Howard from Brighton, MA (132 points) on Feb 17, 2009
  • I picked this up in order to manipulate the low-end of my contact mic scrapes and vocal drones. When the sliders are up, the boost is pretty substantial, and conversely, the pedal can cut-out frequencies pretty sharply. Given the indeterminate pitches of my sources, I can't really speak to how precise these adjustments are. As with most Behringer pedals, I wouldn't switch this one on or off to often if you can avoid it. As the previous reviewer mentioned, the sliders are extremely easy to move, and it's hard to adjust one on the fly without nudging the neighboring sliders. This thing can really boost the levels within a feedback loop. It takes a second for the boost to kick in, so it has caught me off guard a few times.
  • Good Points: Cheap. Sculpts noises and drones well. Provides a strong boost within a feedback loop.
  • Bad Points: Sliders that move too easily. Pedal itself feels fragile. Boost takes a second to kick in within a feedback loop.
  • Price Paid: US$30.00
  • Purchased At: Mr. Music (Allston, MA)
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  • Submitted by Luke from Fairland, IN (16 points) on May 1, 2006
  • Not really bad for the money....it seems that it doesn't make as big a difference when adjusting the frequency ranges as another bass eq pedeal ive used, which was also a cheap pedal....but for 20 bucks, its definitely not a bad deal if want to add some extra lo/mid/hi frequencies to your sound
  • Good Points: cheap
  • Bad Points: iffy plastic construction sliders slide almost too easily, so it might be hard to make fine adjustments
  • Price Paid: US$20.00
  • Purchased At: local music store
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