Behringer GDI21 Guitar Amp Modeler Direct Recording Preamp DI Box

BehringerSKU: GDI21
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Product Features

  • Analog guitar modeling preamp/stompbox with DI recording output

  • This Behringer product has been designed to compete head to head with leading products on the market

  • Authentic V-TONE modeling technology for 3 classic guitar amps, 3 gain modes and 3 mic placements for a total of 27 configurations. Easily achieve the most sought-after tube amp sounds from clean, crunch to super-fat distortion

  • Provides a truckload of great amps in a single stomp box€”simply choose your favourite sounds with a flick of a switch

  • Precise level and drive control plus musical 2-band EQ for ultimate sound

  • Dual DI mode for either direct recording output with speaker simulation or standard active direct injection box in bypass mode

  • Output available on ¼'' TS or balanced, gold-plated XLR connectors

  • Ground lift switch eliminates typical ground loop problems

  • Runs on 9 V battery or the Behringer PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)

  • 3-Year Warranty Program*

  • Designed and engineered in Germany


Our authentic V-TONE modeling technology recreates three of the most sought-after classic guitar amps, with three gain modes and three mic placements for a total of 27 possible configurations. You get a truckload of great amps in one convenient stomp box, allowing you to go from clean or crunch to super-fat distortion in a flash.

Extremely User-Friendly

Operation is simple; just choose the type of amp, from the smooth Calif (Californian), the bright, punchy Twed ( Tweed), or the Brit (British) with its incredible sustain and aggressive mids. Then select the gain mode, Cln (clean), Hot or Hi G (high gain). Lastly, choose the mic placement from the three available selections. This feature is a BEHRINGER exclusive, allowing you to place the €œvirtual mic€� in any of three positions: (OFF X)€”At the edge of the speaker cone, producing a smoother, softer sound with less midrange content (CNTR)€”Positioned at the center of the cone, for more upper mids and beefy low-end (CLSIC)€”Slightly in front of the cabinet, for high midrange content with tons of definition

It€™s a Tone Thing

We€™ve also included a dedicated Drive control, for adjusting the amount of gain. This control effectively mimics the amount of push applied to the output stage of a tube amplifier, from a gentle nudge to full-out, tube-melting overdrive. Further tone shaping is provided by a highly musical 2-band EQ.

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