Behringer Graphic Equalizer EQ700

Behringer Graphic Equalizer EQ700


Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price: $29.99

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User Reviews of the Behringer Graphic Equalizer EQ700

  • Submitted by Jimgrindcore from ufa (24 points) on Jan 9, 2014
  • That's a very bad pedal? as I think... Yes - it's cheap, but it's shit((( So, if you use it in chain with other pedals / effects - maybe you can get some good sound from it, BUT it shits with noises and trammels.. I think its only good for modulating a clean sound, not for overdrived sound. And yes - it's made very badly(((
  • Good Points: Only one - cheap EQ
  • Bad Points: Noise / Badly constructed
  • Price Paid: US$15.00
  • Purchased At: music shop
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  • Submitted by Ruben from Groningen (20 points) on Jun 12, 2008
  • When i first got this pedal i didnt like it. I circuitbended it and now its a great tone generator/effect. It can generate anything from high pitched tones to glitches to low rumbles. After some other pedals its like a weird sounding filter. It also works very well with a contact mic. I like to play it a lot and the sliders are very close together wich makes moving only one slider difficult, the sliders are also fragile and fly off easily. Its very cheap like other behringer pedals, and as effect isnt special or audible well in noise, but for circuit bending this is a very good pedal.
  • Good Points: Great for circuit bending. Many different sounds. Cheap.
  • Bad Points: As normal equalizer it wasnt audible in all the noise. Fragile.
  • Price Paid: US$20.00
  • Purchased At: Local music store
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  • Submitted by ryan from calgary (188 points) on Apr 21, 2007
  • The love of cheap pedals continues, paid too much for this at 48 bucks. Fisrt lets say this much , this pedal shit the bed less than two months after i bought it. The retailer was more than happy to replace it with a new one.....after their guitar guy looked at it. LAME. Overall this is a sweet addition to the line up, I use it constantly. It's just a cheap E.Q. doing what more expensive E.q.'s do but for hals the price. As always it's plastic and cheaply made, and already i had one crap out. We'll see how long this one lasts.
  • Good Points: it does a lot cheap as you can get what else can you say it's a cheap E.Q. that works quite well , like many of the Behringer pedals
  • Bad Points: Butt ugly ass yellow, this looks like dog vomit Plastic case and sliders The sliders feel like they could break easily, not too sturdy
  • Price Paid: US$48.00
  • Purchased At: axe music
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  • Submitted by v. from San Francisco, CA (2 points) on Feb 6, 2006
  • boss-shaped pedal, boss-modeled parts/sound, danelectro-strength plastic. overall, not a bad little piece of work. i've been using it as an eq at the end of the line, does standard/interesting effects, especially for lo-fi or bottom heavy work. designed for the guitar, so if you're looking to really shake things up, i'd say go with the bass eq that behringer makes. but for higher frequency ranges, it gives a lot of play room to shape sounds, as well as a +/- 15dB boost or cut on volume as a whole. again, though, we're talking plastic. if you bank on solid pedals, you'll probably smash this thing.
  • Good Points: does basically what the boss eq does for waaay less cash shapes sounds well good for clean boost or cut on overall volume did i mention it was cheap?
  • Bad Points: plastic contstuction seems far less than sturdy sliders may slide out of their places if you're not paying attention
  • Price Paid: US$20.00
  • Purchased At: music123.com
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