The Ultimate Behringer Guitar Pedal Clone List [2021 UPDATED]

Behringer Guitar Pedal Clone List

Behringer is a company founded by Uli Behringer back in 1989. They specialise in producing high quality audio equipment among various other products, which are distributed all throughout the world. Behringer is a German-based company that manufactures all of their products in China. The company is currently owned by Music Group, which is chaired by Uli Behringer himself.

Have you ever wondered which pedals they are emulating? Well then you have come to the right place! We have gone and compiled a list of the corresponding pedals that Behringer have cloned in their product line.​

THE ULTIMATE BEHRINGER GUITAR PEDAL CLONE LIST

NO. BEHRINGER PEDAL ORIGINAL
AB100Guitar/Amp SelectorNobels AB1 Active A/B Selector
ADI21V-Tone Acoustic Driver DITech 21 SansAmp Acoustic DI
AM100
AM300
Acoustic ModelerBoss AC-2 Acoustic Simulator
AM400Ultra Acoustic ModelerBoss AC-3 Acoustic Simulator
BCH100
BUC400
Ultra Bass ChorusBoss CEB-3 Bass Chorus
BDI21V-Tone Bass DriverTech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI
BEQ700Bass Graphic EqualizerBoss GEB-7 Bass Equalizer
BLE100
BLE400
Bass Limiter EnhancerBoss LMB-3 Bass Limiter Enhancer
BO100
BO300
Blues OverdriveBoss BD-2 Blues Driver
BOD100
BOD400
Bass OverdriveBoss ODB-3 Bass OverDrive
BSY600Bass SynthesizerBoss SYB-5 Bass Synthesizer
BUF300Ultra Bass FlangerBoss BF-2B Bass Flanger
CC300Chorus Space-CBoss DC-2 Dimension C
CD400Chorus Space-DBoss DC-3 Digital Space D / Digital Dimension
CL9Compressor/LimiterIbanez CP9 Compressor/Limiter
CO600Chorus OrchestraBoss CE-5 Chorus Ensemble
CS100
CS400
Compressor SustainerBoss CS-3 Compression Sustainer
DC9Dynamic CompressorMXR M-102 Dyna Comp
DD100
DD400
Digital DelayBoss DD-3 Digital Delay
DD600Digital DelayBoss DD-5 Digital Delay
DM100Distortion ModelerBoss DS-1 Distortion
DR100
DR600
Digital ReverbBoss RV-5 Digital Reverb
DR400Digital Reverb/DelayBoss RV-3 Digital Reverb/Delay
DW400Dynamic Wah/Human VoiceBoss AW-3 Dynamic Wah
EM600Echo MachineLine 6 Echo Park
EQ700Guitar Graphic EqualizerBoss GE-7 Guitar Equalizer
FD300Ultra Feedback/DistortionBoss DF-2 Super Feedbacker & Distortion
FL600Flanger MachineLine 6 ToneCore Liqua-Flange
FM600Filter MachineLine 6 ToneCore Otto Filter
FX100
FX600
Digital Multi-FX
GDI21V-Tone Guitar DriverTech 21 SansAmp GT2
HB01HellbabeDunlop DB-01 Dimebag Cry Baby From Hell
HD300Heavy DistortionBoss MD-2 Mega Distortion
HF300Hi Band FlangerBoss HF-2 Hi Band Flanger
HM300Heavy MetalBoss HM-2 Heavy Metal
IG9IntelligateMXR M-135 Smart Gate
NR100
NR300
Noise ReducerBoss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
OD100
OD300
Overdrive DistortionBoss OS-2 OverDrive/Distortion
OD400OverdriveBoss OD-3 OverDrive
PB100Preamp BoosterNobels PRE-1 Preamp/Booster
PH9PhaserMXR EVH90 Phase 90
PO300Power OverdriveBoss PW-2 Power Driver
RM600Rotary MachineLine 6 Roto Machine
RV600Reverb MachineLine 6 Verbzilla
SE200Spectrum EnhancerBoss SP-1 Spectrum
SF300Super FuzzBoss FZ-2 Hyper Fuzz
SF400Super FlangerBoss BF-3 Flanger
SM200Slow MotionBoss SG-1 Slow Gear
SM400Super MetalBoss HM-3 Hyper Metal
SO400Super OctaverBoss OC-3 Super Octave
SP400Super Phase ShifterBoss PH-3 Phase Shifter
TM300Tube Amp ModelerTech 21 SansAmp GT2
TO100Tube OverdriveIbanez TS9 Tube Screamer
TO800Vintage Tube OverdriveIbanez TS808 Vintage Tube Screamer
TP300Ultra Tremolo/PanBoss PN-2 Tremolo/Pan
TU100
TU300
Chromatic TunerBoss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
UC100
UC200
Ultra ChorusBoss CH-1 Super Chorus
UD100
UD300
Ultra DistortionBoss DS-2 Turbo Distortion
UF100
UF300
Ultra FlangerBoss BF-2 Flanger
UM100
UM300
Ultra MetalBoss MT-2 Metal Zone
UO100
UO300
Ultra OctaverBoss OC-2 Octave
UP100
UP300
Ultra Phase ShifterBoss PH-2 Super Phaser
US600Ultra Shifter/HarmonistBoss PS-5 Super Shifter
UT100
UT300
Ultra TremoloBoss TR-2 Tremolo
UV300Ultra VibratoBoss VB-2 Vibrato
UW300Ultra WahBoss AW-2 Auto Wah
UZ400Ultra FuzzBoss FZ-3 Fuzz
VB1Vintage BassEHX Bassballs
VD1Vintage DistortionEHX Big Muff
VD400Vintage DelayBoss DM-3 Delay
VM1Vintage Time MachineEHX Deluxe Memory Man
VP1Vintage PhaserEHX Small Stone
VT911Vintage Tube OverdriveChandler Tube Driver
VT999Vintage Tube MonsterIbanez TK999 Tube King
WD300Warp DistortionHughes & Kettner Warp Factor
XD300Distortion-XBoss XT-2 Xtortion

Let us know if there are any adjustments or modifications that need to be made to the list by contacting us through our contact page.

This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. Chemobrain

    this list is a great help to me , the intrepid consumer of this kind of stuff

  2. Gav

    Isn’t the DM100 a Rat Proco clone?

  3. Ed Jones

    Very accurate list. I own at least a dozen Behringer products, and can truthfully say I’ve never had one lick of trouble with any of them. They all sound/function as advertised, and I’ve saved a ton of money to get the sounds that others are paying through the nose for.Ed Jones Tone is in your hands and your ears……not your wallet! Play and save!

  4. Zac

    Is there a clone for the boss metal core?

  5. Xwpis ONOMA

    Ed Jones, thank you for saving me the typing. I couldn’t have said it better, I agree 100% !!!

  6. Ted

    Thanks for that great list. Very helpful. What about the Behringer Rotary Speaker? Obviously that is an attempt to get the Leslie speaker sound but what brand and model pedal is that emulating?

  7. Mr. Roadster

    Does anyone please know what is the functional difference between the TM300 and the GDI21? They both emulate/clone the Tech 21 SansAmp GT2 and I have heard that the TM300 although (for the money) is a decent clone, it is still not as clean as the original Tech 21 device. Does anyone know if the DGI21 is any better. They sell for $16 and $29 respectively on Sweetwater. Please reply at R1100RA(at)gmail(dot)com , thanks!

    1. Pól

      I have the the DGI21 – The main difference is that it has an XLR output. It has a ground lift switch too; I don’t know if that’s also present on the TM300. Other than the differences in physical form factor I I believe that they are sonically identical to each other. From the online comparisons I’ve viewed they come very close to the original SanAamp with Tech 21 having the edge in clarity. There’s not a lot in it for the £€$’s price difference. My GDI21 soon gets hissy as you switch up the gain but then so too does the original Tech21 device; it’s a feature/limitation of the original design. I was a little bit disappointed in it at first but a little bit of research has taught me that a bit of moderation in adjusting the controls yields perfectly acceptable results; the best tones are coaxed from it using the less is more approach rather than just diming the knobs into the hiss zone.

  8. Patrick McManus

    Thanks for this

    1. Alex Kelly

      No problem Patrick, thanks for checking it out!

    2. GhostGuitars

      Aloha, I have the Tech21 SanAMP GT2, I certainly am interested in getting the TM300 or the DGI21! While I love using the GT2, it’s becoming a rare and valuable item to the point I’m reluctant to take it out on the road for fear of it getting stolen.

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