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Boss ME-70


$279.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Well-balanced effects--distortion, chorus, delay, flange, etc. all sound passable with no noticeably lacking effects. Allows you to "store" custom sounds/sound combinations. Surrounded in a durable metal casing.

The Cons:Doesn't include an AC adapter. Included manual doesn't offer much helpful information. Sound transitions could be smoother--changing from one preset to another invariably results in a small gap in the sound.

The Boss ME-70 is a mult-effect pedal. This builds on the Boss ME-50 by adding a fourth footswitch to toggle a new Comp/FX section, enabling even more tone variations. A preamp section has also been added allowing for both EQ preset fast selection and fine-grain control.

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In other ways they are the same, with dedicated knobs for each parameter and an expression pedal built in for live effects manipulation. The Phase Loop function is included that offers up to 38 seconds of recording time, and sound is sampled at 44.1 kHz for high definition audio processing.

Features

  • Dedicated knobs for each parameter
  • COSM Preamp section derived from GT-10 and Legend series
  • EZ TONE
  • 4 footswitches
  • Expression pedal
  • Phrase Loop function, 38 seconds of recording time
  • Battery or AC (optional PSA-120s) operation
  • A/D/A Conversion: 24-bit
  • Sampling Frequency: 44.1 kHz
  • Patch: 36 preset, 36 user generated

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    Well-balanced effects--distortion, chorus, delay, flange, etc. all sound passable with no noticeably lacking effects.

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    Allows you to "store" custom sounds/sound combinations.

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    Surrounded in a durable metal casing.

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    Intuitive setup makes it very easy to use for those familiar at all with guitar pedals.

Cons
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    Doesn't include an AC adapter.

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    Included manual doesn't offer much helpful information.

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    Sound transitions could be smoother--changing from one preset to another invariably results in a small gap in the sound.

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