It is important to spread out your purchasing power when it comes to pedals. Basic pedalboards will consist of a tuner, a compressor, a fuzz or distortion or both, a modulation pedal like a chorus or vibrato, a delay and maybe some wild pedal. Add that up and that becomes a lot of money for us musicians. But I know what is like to GAS for a piece of gear. I recently bought a bass that I had been looking at for over a year and a half and finally pulled the trigger because I believed it would give me that edge I was looking for.
Pedals do the same thing to me. I own not one but two Boss VB-2 vibrato pedals because I hear them as very unique and unparalleled vibrato stompboxes. These effects can average about $300-600 dollars on ebay or craigslist. What if there was a vibrato pedal that was a tenth of that price and came close to the sound of the coveted Boss VB-2? Could the Behringer Ultra Vibrato UV300 sound close or close enough to use in a pinch?
In this video, I will let you all decide for yourself. And please, I ask anyone who is a fan of the site to leave a comment on what they think and would do. Would you still save for the Boss VB-2 or would you buy the Behringer Ultra Vibrato UV300? Please let me know!!!