A few days ago, the guitarist I play Bass with gave me a Behringer V-Amp Pro “that might have issues.” I took it home to play with and so far the only issue I see is that it doesn’t remember patch overwrites when switched off... maybe just needs a memory battery replacement. Or not; I would use it as a manually-tweaked one-sound bass preamp anyway, and don’t mind just grabbing some knobs when I power it up. I’ve been using a Zoom B-2 for this, as a cheap, tuner-and-compressor-equipped way to get a barely gritty Marshall Super Bass sound for rock P-bass. So far, the “BVAP” seems to have a similar Plexi emulation, but with a smoother compressor than the Zoom. The Zoom has better, more flexible EQ though. Looking forward to exploring this thing with bass, guitar and lap steel. The plastic knobs and shafts feel delicate and it doesn’t seem as intuitive as the Zoom or the Pod 2.0 I’ve borrowed. But it seems to have some good sounds in it, and enough output to drive my power amp.