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Audiofanzine FR's review (Bass Graphic Equalizer BEQ700)

By Audiofanzine FR, 05/12/2008
(Originally written by jhorloger/translated from Audiofanzine FR)

Boss pedal copy.

Cheap and breakable device.

No control detent at 0, faders feel too soft.


I connect it before my Big Muff and use it to reduce the low frequency level so that the BM sounds better.

Considering the poor manufacturing quality, I let it always on in a switchable FX loop.

Very easy to use.

But I still don't understand how to open it in order to replace the battery. Luckily I use it with an external PSU.


It does its job (I also own the Boss GEB-7).

The quality is enough if you don't change your settings often and if use it only for one particular application.

For intensive use buy the Boss version.

I didn't notice that the pedal adds any noise to the signal.


I've owned it for several days and I already took it to a gig.

It's much too breakable so don't use it with your foot.

It's worth its price but you'd better spend more money and get the Boss if you plan to use it intensively.

It's ok for what I use it but it can't replace the GEB-7 Boss.

grab this (Bass Graphic Equalizer BEQ700)

By yoTrakkz, 23/02/2012
The Behringer Bass Graphic Equalizer BEq700 is a graphic equalizer pedal that is designed specifically for bass guitar. It is an analog unit that has both a 1/4 inch input and a 1/4 inch output and is powered by either a 9 volt battery or power supply. It is not a rack mountable unit as it is a stomp box.


The make up of the BEq700pedal is quite basic as it simply has seven sliders at fixed frequencies and another slider for overall volume level. While each frequency is fixed, this isn't too limiting because each is at a frequency that is related to the bass guitar. The pedal is overall easy to use as you simple use the sliders to get your desired cut or boost. I don't have the manual for the BEq700, but it really isn't necessary as it is simple in make up and use.


The sound of the BEq700is more than adequate and provides more than enough control over your sound. While this has a good inherent tone, its all about how you want to use it and what you want to do with it. It has the ability to add to your bass guitar sound on the stage and in the studio, but I would really only recommend it for live shows. I love the sounds I get from this pedal when I plug in my Fender P-Bass into it and always feel that I get the most out of this pedal.


I've been using the BEq700bass guitar EQ for about two years and I definitely recommend it for the bass player looking to get a bit more control over their tone for live shows. While it is suitable for studio use as well, I only use it for live shows as I have other options for EQ in the studio. The price of the BEq700 is about average but is definitely a good deal. Behringer makes reliably built pedals that are priced right and will last a long time. Overall, the BEq700is worth checking out for all bass players.

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