Behringer TO800 Vintage Tube Overdrive Pedal

Overdrive Guitar Pedal with 4558 Op Amps and MA150 Distortion Diodes
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It's no secret: at Sweetwater, we love tubes. So how cool would it be to get the essence of tubular rock guitar tone in a convenient, super-affordable pedal? Enter the Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800. This stompbox goes to "eleven" as fast as you can kick the On switch, delivering the classic sound of blazing, overdriven vacuum tubes. Behringer spec'd the TO800 with original 4558 op amps and MA150 distortion diodes, for authentic tone, while dedicated Drive, Tone and Level controls let you sculpt the exact sound you're after. Put the Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800 in your guitar effects chain and prepare to rock.

Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800 Features at a Glance:
  • Get vintage overdrive, smooth sustain and screaming fat tone
  • Perfect for guitar; great for bass and keyboards, too
  • Uses original 4558 IC plus MA150 distortion diodes for authentic vintage sound
  • Captures every nuance of your playing from smooth overdrive to screaming tube sounds
  • Dedicated Drive, Tone and Level controls for awesome sound shaping
  • Status LED for effect on/off and battery check
  • Runs on 9 V battery or the BEHRINGER PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)
  • Rugged electronic On/Off switch for noise-free operation
Prepare to rock, with the Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Overdrive
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 TO800

Customer Reviews

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If you're on a budget and want a crisp crunchy boost this is the pedal for you.
Music background: 20+ years of Alternative/Grunge

Super Clone

Killer Pedal...10/10 Out of The Box

Greenie Tone-Meister

Hard to fathom the quality of tone coming thru this plastic box. At this price, I'll purchase another before I buy another 'original' green box.I have a REAL original, this unit actually compares in tone/sound. This pedal along with the Vintage Tube metal-housed pedal will get you ALL THE WAY THERE,drive wise.I combined with a MojoMojo and about flipped out at the rich harmonics thru a tube amp. WOW- I have purchased a Behringer "clone" version of all the high $ units in my pedal board just to see where the rubber meets the road. So far, only the yellow chorus pedal,UC200, has been sub-par, although it may not be fair to compare to a vintage FX60 from '85! Just buy

Great pedal!

This pedal adds rich harmonics and is very touch sensitive. It's like adding a Presence knob to my amp. It cleans up nicely when turning down the guitar's volume knob. It's quiet for a gain pedal and the drive is sweet sounding--not harsh, brittle, or muddy. I compared the TO800 side-by-side with my Boss Super Overdrive SD-1 and the Behringer won every category. The SD-1 is very noisy and sucks the low end out of my tone. The Behringer is very warm and musical. I also tried it with my Martin Dreadnought Junior and it worked well with the acoustic guitar. This is my first Behringer pedal. I bought it based on the reviews and they were right. I'm blown away by this pedal and highly recommend it!

I'm Shocked!

I got this pedal because I like ODs. I have a few and all have a different sonic flavor. Now, being as this thing is green, and configured like a TS9, and only $20, I decided to throw caution to the wind and order one. I'm really glad I did! Being as I have modded the daylights out of one of my TS9's, I could not do a side by side comparison with a stock one. This is the part where I made someone unhappy. I had to get on stock TS9 back from some who had borrowed it. Although there are slight differences between the two, the TO800 held its own. I would have no issues using this an stage or at session. To anyone who is on the fence about this because of the price...BUY ONE, or two. No regrets here with either the product, price, or Sweetwater!
Music background: Lots
See also: Distortion Pedals, Behringer, Behringer Distortion, Overdrive, Boost & Fuzz