Behringer HD300 Heavy Distortion Pedal

Distortion Pedal for Electric Guitar
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Unchain Your Tonal Beast!

Unleash tonal fury with the Behringer Heavy Distortion HD300 electric guitar pedal. Plug it into your amplifier and conjure the bottom-heavy aggressive distortion you need for modern metal and hard rock. The "Bottom" control lets up pump up your tonal impact for an incredible sonic assault. Guitarists at Sweetwater know that a good distortion pedal should help enhance your sustain too, and the Heavy Distortion HD300's gain boost control lets you hit your amp harder for epic liquid sustain. Add unruly distortion to your tonal toolbox, with the Behringer Heavy Distortion HD300!

Behringer Heavy Distortion HD300 Guitar Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Distortion pedal for electric guitar
  • Aggressive, bottom-heavy distortion is perfect for modern metal and hard rock
  • Gain boost control lets you hit your amp harder for more tenacious tone
Make your amp growl with the Behringer Heavy Distortion HD300!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Distortion
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 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 HD300

Customer Reviews

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great spectrum of distortion

I needed a pedal for a band audition. I got the cheapest one I could find, not knowing if I would get called back. No need to invest more. This pedal has everything I want, from a reasonably clean overdrive boost to outrageous distortion. The Tone and Bottom controls provide a dizzying array of tones, without sacrificing articulation. And it gets LOUD. By the way, I got called back. I'm 63, but ROCKIN'!
Music background: A few cover bands over the years, home recording


Music background: 52 YEARS!

Boss HM-2 Clone

This pedal does a great job at sounding like the Boss Hm-2. I would buy an extra one as they are not the best build pedal, with that said you can buy four of these for every one used Boss HM-2 you come across.

Updated review

I reviewed this box when I got it last month. in retrospect, I would have to add that it is a noisy stompbox, hums like crazy when not playing. Did I say a relatively clean overdrive? That's before I put it through a half dozen grueling rehearsals. Certainly not clean. Did I mention noisy? Makes conversation difficult between tunes. Having said that, I still think it generates some freaking fantastic tones. Definitely worth having, even though I may look for something that hums less. Certainly the best for the price.

Hit the wayback button

Seems like if you rolloff a bit of treble, it's reminiscent of a Roland boss a heavy metal 2 pedal which I don't think is made anymore. By the way, they have a $40 imaging pedal similar to another discontinued product.
Music background: Making mistakes since 1969
See also: Distortion Pedals, Behringer, Behringer Distortion, Overdrive, Boost & Fuzz