Behringer UO300 Ultra Octaver Pedal Review (March 2021)
Behringer UO300 Ultra Octaver Pedal
- ✔ High Quality Component - Made To Compete With Market Leaders
- ✔ Flexible 3 Mode Range Switch
- ✔ Designed & Engineered In Germany
- ✔ Electronic On/Off Switch For Highest Signal Integrity In Bypass Mode
- Ultra octaver
- Range: High / Mid / Lo switchable
- Regulator: Direct, Oct1, Oct2
- Red status LED
- Runs on 9 V battery or power supply
It is widely known that there is great strength in numbers. The ULTRA OCTAVER UO300 underpins your sound with added muscle, generating notes one and two octaves below what you play. The result is powerful, with the deep, rich impact that is only possible when guitar and bass lines are joined at the hip. Wanna play bass lines with your guitar? Wanna play synth-like lines with the addition of some fuzz with your guitar or bass? The stunning UO300 will make your tonal dreams come to life.
First, use the dedicated Range control to specify whether you want to add beef to the high, middle or low frequencies, then dial in the amount of your original sound with the Direct knob. Lastly, turn up the OCT 1 and OCT 2 controls to add the lower octaves. Now bask in the adoration of your fans.
The UO300 isn’t just great for fattening up guitar riffs – it can add incredible beef to keyboards and bass, too! The status LED tells you when the UO300 stomp box is working its magic, and the on/off switch maintains superior signal integrity in bypass mode. You can power the UO300 with either a 9 V battery or the PSU-SB DC power supply (not included).
Help stomp out skinny tone. Get an ULTRA OCTAVER UO300 and go really deep – and you won’t need deep pockets, thanks to its very affordable price. Choose from on octave down, or one octave down plus an additional octave down.
Overall the Behringer UO300 Ultra Octaver guitar effects pedal performs well and does exactly what it says on the box. It might not be up to the mark needed to compete with pedals that are 6 times more expensive than it but honestly that’s not a fair thing to hold against it. It’s a solid budget pedal and a great introduction into octave pedals.