Behringer EM600 Echo Machine Pedal

Digital Echo Pedal with Tape, Digital, and Analog Emulations plus Modulation Controls and Tap Tempo
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Behringer EM600 Echo Machine Pedal image 1
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Behringer EM600 Echo Machine Pedal
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Put a Library of Delays on Your Pedalboard

Create deep and detailed stereo delays with the Behringer Echo Machine EM600 effects pedal. This high-quality, 24-bit digital delay pedal offers a myriad of choices to your delay palette. Choose from three base delay tones: tape, analog, or digital. Then choose from 11 delay modes including tap tempos, slap, sweep, ducking, ping pong, and more. The Mod knob adds a touch of modulation to your delay. Coax everything from old-school tape and analog delay to precise digital delays out of the powerful Behringer Echo Machine EM600 effects pedal.

Create the delay you want with this fully-loaded pedal

Sweetwater knows that guitar players like flexibility in a pedal, and the Behringer Echo Machine EM600 has it by the boatload. The Trails switch stops the EM600 from chopping off your effect tail when you turn the pedal off. You can choose to have a preset tempo for your delay or to update the speed with tap tempo. Each delay type has its own modulation type. The analog delay adds vibrato, the digital delay adds chorus, and the tape delay adds authentic wow and flutter. The EM600's dual inputs and outputs lets you run your signal in mono or feed it to two amplifiers for a huge stereo sound. Add an entire collection of delays to your pedalboard with the Behringer Echo Machine EM600 effects pedal.

Behringer Echo Machine EM600 Effect Pedal:
  • 24-bit digital delay pedal with 3 delay models -Tape, Analog, and Digital
  • Choose from 11 modes of function including Tap, Slap, Swell, Sweep, Ducking, Ping Pong, Multi, Reverse
  • Mod knob adds a modulation effect to your delay
  • Trails switch stops your signal from being chopped off when you turn off the pedal
  • Stereo output for feeding your signal to two amplifiers
  • Stereo inputs lets you feed other stereo pedals into the EM600
  • Powered by a 9V battery or DC adapter
Add high-quality delays to your pedalboard with the Behringer Echo Machine EM600 effects pedal!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Echo
Inputs 2 x 1/4"
Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.125"
Width 2.75"
Depth 4.8"
Weight 0.73 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number EM600

Customer Reviews

4/5
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5/5

Green Machine!

I'd just like to say that I bought this a couple of years ago and it still works great! I have a small Fender amp in which the reverb does not work and this gives me all the spaciousness I need. The trails feature is very cool, and yes the led is very bright blue! I run it with a one spot power supply, and feel that this pedal has an acceptable quality level at this price. I have two pedalboards and like having extra pedals to mix and match to my hearts content. Very cool pedal!
Music background: Older rocker
5/5

great pedal

very suprised how great this pedal is for the cost. no noise, and solid. the knobs really do work, and its stereo to boot! one small thing, i shouldn't complain cause i love this pedal ... the LED is to bright. but on most of my pedals its to bright.
Music background: professional musician, music teacher, luthier.
5/5

Worth the money!

I just picked one of these up a few days ago. So far, aside from the battery compartment access, and the fact that it eats nine volt batteries like candy (buying a 1spot ASAP!), I love it!I see a lot of people who complain about the plastic case. Honestly, it's pretty substantial, and unless you really abuse it, I personally don't foresee any issues with it. It feels secure. I also haven't noticed any difference in my tone since plumbing it into my signal chain, which currently consists of a Digitech RP200 (used only for a volume pedal, mid boost, and compression), a Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah, and a Behringet VT999 overdrive (with a Mesa 12AT7 tube) into the front end of the amp, and an old DOD FX65 Stereo Chorus and this pedal in my effects loop. My amps are a Fender Frontman 212R and a Vox 15 watt practice amp with an added subwoofer. Makes for some pretty interesting tones, and this pedal definitely didn't hurt the bass response of my rig, which seems to be the main complaint.It's probably the most diverse delay I've used. The tap tempo function is really cool, and works as advertised once you get the hang of it. I'm really a fan of the "Ducking" mode, since it's touch sensitive, but the "Multi" and "Tap" modes are a lot of fun.I had always wanted a Line6 Echo Park, since I use a stereo chorus, but since those are ridiculously expensive these days, and this is basically a knock-off of that pedal, I decided, for $, it was worth taking a chance. I'm not disappointed in the least! With this being my second Behringer pedal, and both being pretty damned good, I'm definitely tempted to see what else they have
5/5

Vintage/High Quality Delay

After reading the reviews I was hesitant to purchase. Most people will not review something unless they had a bad experience.I took a chance. Glad I did. The Tape echo this unit produces is as close to an authentic tape machine as I have found. The digital type selection is very good for modern echo simulations. I love this pedal. Once again Behringer has outdone themselves.
Music background: Double Engine Rhythm Guitar
4.5/5

I Stand Corrected: Better than "Just OK"

How embarrassing. I reviewed the pedal recently and said there was no way to use the tap tempo feature for normal echo. That's wrong. You can. I wasn't careful. I spoke hastily. When the mode switch is in the furthest counter-clockwise position it's doing quarter notes. It's perfect. Behringer: I'm sorry. I love you. This is the best echo deal on the planet (I think ... my experience is limited, but I think so).
See also: Reverb Pedals, Behringer, Behringer Reverbs and Delays