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«  Good chorus-delay/reverb a notch below »

Published on 04/04/14 at 07:11
Value For Money : Excellent
A compact pedal energizable by two LR06 batteries or 9V boss sector format. MS-70-R is part of the Zoom pedals compact shipping DSP simulating other belongings, here mainly Chorus, delay and reverb.

UTILIZATION

In front, not in the loop, stereo with two Fender.
Manual available in French, effects list (many emulation existing gear or existed) available on the site. Rather clear and not mistranslated. Easy Edition

SOUND QUALITY

Then the sound: I have a TC Flashback, a Line 6 M9 and racks home studio style TC M-one or Boss SE-70. I did some comparisons:
The delays are correct: in the average and there is choice. More than Line 6.
Chorus: The highlight of this machine, the choice of a lot better than Line 6 has always been pretty bad on the subject (M series and Pod)
The Reverb, I'm a little disappointed, a notch below the rack TC M-one example (I plugged in front of my amps for comparison), probably a bit better than the M9-Line 6. Still, for the price it is ok, but probably the TC Hall of Fame is doing better. So if you want reverbs a bit thin, forget the MS 70CDR you will be disappointed.

OVERALL OPINION

2 weeks. In my opinion, the best offer in terms of simulation effects Chorus / pitch the market. Pretty close as if the Line 6 M9 for delays, but accessibility to tap tempo here is less flexible. Say congestion and philosophy are different ...

Several things could still be improved:
A second switch for tap tempo would be a real plus.
Correction of minor quirks ergonomics: the ability to bypass multiple effects at once with the "Line Selector" is good, but when a patch containing multiple effects is loaded, it always loads the last, not the "line selector", suddenly, several manipulation 'are essential if one wishes to the entire patch ON / OFF. Shame!
Disappointed by the quality reverbs, very colorful. Should be more natural algorithms, less dark, thinner because even in a guitar amp, you can hear it. We are still far from a studio effect or an entry-level plug-in.

But compared to the price, it is still an incredible little pedal. Less flexible than the Line 6 M series, but with much better chorus and the size of a standard pedal.
When will change with better reverbs, a double switch for tap tempo, while keeping the same format?
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