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Boss GE-7B Bass Equalizer
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Boss GE-7B Bass Equalizer
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matthieu.marcus.bros matthieu.marcus.bros

«  This stunning old EQ »

Published on 06/24/13 at 17:49
hey, it's the old-school model we're talking about eh
there's only see the frequency ranges listed, the current EQ pedal does not play on the same frequency ... & It's really a shame!

UTILIZATION

very simple config is visual: mini knobs to up / down depending on the intensity you want to transmit to the EQ
frequency ranges are good if you are a bassist who wants a true spectrum worked, not just a bass / treble to ... "beep"

SOUND QUALITY

frequencies match the tac-tac-O, which are used to fast and without manual adjustment in the EQ
mine is a breath therefore attention huh volume knob (but I have to check to make here, the young girl ^ ^), except here it is effective top

OVERALL OPINION

well, you guessed it, the "+" of this pedal for me, it is the frequency ranges that I found most significant in shaping a real good full sound compared to other EQ on the market (young or old-fashioned)

I would do this choice of pedal without worry
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