The Behringer X V-Amp is a solid performer with only some minor flaws. Some of the flaws it has may not be important to every player. An example is how it does not give you a good distortion, which some will like and others will not. Along with the issues of distortion we will also look at the tremolo, and the Pahser.
Distortion: The distortion effect is not as well defined because the fuzz overdrive and distortion are to strong on the Behringer X V-Amp and really overshadow the distortion which for some players it is a really good thing and for some players it will be a bad thing. I would describe the effects of distortion as the transition between overdrive and fuzz, producing sounds of metal and hard overdrive, but not reaching the extreme levels of fuzz. In fact, the sound that goes beyond the mean enlargement distortion (overdrive) and in my opinion is only available in pedals and processors. A tip for everyone: if you do not have in mind a sound base on which their own style is a better choice rather than a distortion or fuzz overdrive, for its versatility of sound. The best for the distortion are the “Boss DS-2 Turbo Distortion” (one of the most used in the world: Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers), the Danelectro Fab Tone, “and” Dod FX-86 Death Metal Distortion. “
Tremolo: The tremolo effect is perhaps the simplest of all: you create a sound button lowering the volume cyclicaly. The biggest uses for the tremolo are in rock ‘n roll and blues in the 70s but I think it is an effect that is good everywhere. The best pedal combining high quality and low price is the “Boss Tremolo TR-2.” However few pedals are made specially for the tremolo effect and many guitars have the tremolo or whammy bar as it is often called on them and the guitars whammy bar should be adequate though heavy use of the tremolo will make your guitar go out of tune quickly. The Behinger X V-Amp does a good job as a tremolo which is nice since it is a useful effect.
Phaser: Pahser can be used as a fully dedicated effect to the funky rhythm guitar. Phaser effect produces a cyclic modulation similar to the sound of strong wind (only if it is distorted, however). Very useful for reggae rhythms, ska and fusion. The best of all is the Jim Dunlop / MXR M-101 Phase 90 “(the first phaser ever built and currently usatissimo) together with the” Boss PH-2 Super Phaser”, sounding a little cold but it offers greater versatility. Again the Behringer X V-Amp does a good job with the phaser effect.