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Bass Overdrive is a tricky effect and the most important part is to have it flexible enough for your setup, because it can get muddy so easily.
The Behringer BOD is what it is: A clone of the BOSS ODB-3 and if you want a cheaper option for that it works. – As for all Behringer pedals: You don’t want to tweak that live and that is why my rating is lower here: Not because it is a bad pedal, but because it feels so much cheaper than the ODB-3 , that I would always recommend to search for a used BOSS original (which are widely available for reasonable money) first before going for it.