Behringer VP1 Vintage Phaser Pedal

Traditional Phaser Guitar Effects Pedal with Rate and Phase-inverting Tone Control
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Go Phasey with Your Tone!

If you dig that classic '60s/'70s phase tone the way the guitarists here at Sweetwater do, then you're going to love rocking out with this Behringer Vintage Phaser VP1 effects pedal. Traditional to the core, the VP1 gives you just a single rate knob plus a very cool Tone switch, which lets you invert the polarity of the effect. The effect of flipping the VP1's Tone switch lets you take it from a more traditional phaser to a more lush, almost vibrato-like effect. As for the rate knob, this allows you to dial in anything from a jet-engine sweep to the kind of psychedelic warbling that makes your guitar sound like a chattering robot.

Behringer Vintage Phaser VP1 Guitar and Bass Effects Pedal Features:
  • Dial in authentic and classic 3-dimensional phase shifting effects
  • Dedicated Rate control offers a range from rapid rotary speaker to impressive jet plane effects
  • Tone switch provides negative and positive feedback modes for more or less detuned sounds
  • Runs on standard 9V battery or optional power supply for full pedalboard integration
  • True-bypass switching preserves your tone when the effect is off
Get classic phaser effects with the Behringer Vintage Phaser VP1!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Phaser
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Power Supply Included No
Height 2.9"
Width 3.3"
Depth 5.6"
Weight 0.86 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number VP1/B

Customer Reviews

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And why not buy this ?

A phasers, a phaser right! Nope personally I love things like this anything to change the sound of music puts one closer to the next classic written or played I was told that this is the least like or bought peddle of them all turns out that's an industry joke because most of the old school musician's us them go figure this I love this thing and the price is right.

Great value, good pedal

So, we'll start this off bluntly... This pedal is not the best phaser pedal you can buy... That being said, for the price you pay, it is a great value, and worth every penny.It is not an effect you will use a lot (probably), but it is a great effect to have available to you.The main negative to this pedal that I would mention is that when you activate the effect, it sucks some volume out of your sound, though that may just be part of the phasing effect...


Well at this price point my expectations were realistic and indeed it is a very simple Phaser. I've had Behringer products before and and have always been satisfied with the overall sound quality and this pedal is no different given the price. I will say that as far as durability goes it's probably not going to survive being stomped on and tossed about on the road but it should do just fine sitting in the bedroom. I was able to coax a few usable Phaser tones out of it without turning the Rate knob past two using my Jackson Pro Dinky into a EHX Metal Muff. I tried it into a clean amp and found some usable sounds with it as well. It's not going to replace your high-dollar Phaser and it is not the holy grail of tone but it is usable and should give you a few fun sounds to play around with.
Music background: Hobby guitarist of 25+ years.
See also: Phasers, Behringer, Behringer Phaser Pedals