Do you like Parametric EQ? No, I mean REALLY like Parametric EQ?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Guitar Josh, Feb 20, 2008.

  1. Guitar Josh

    Guitar Josh Resident Curmudgeon Silver Supporting Member

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    Any idea how much ? That looks amazing, I mean really amazing.
     
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    I just emailed MI Audio about this pedal....saw it at NAMM.

    THey told me it was gonna be around $350.
     
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    I like it on mixing desks, not sure that I'd use it on my guitar in a pedal form, looks too complicated to do anything with live. Depends on whether you're using an eq for tone shaping or just fixing problems when in different set ups.

    If you're trying to fix problems it is probably easier to use a simple eq with bass, mid and treble ranges fixed with ability to cut or boost each range as needed.

    If it's part of your tone shaping kit, you could certainly use it to set up some special tones in advance and then you would have 4 tones at the flick of the switches plus all the combinations. It does look pretty fantastic, I know I could do something with it!
     
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    Wow! 4 bands! You know what would make that even cooler? Put in a send/receive loop to be able to use 2 band pre-distortion and 2 band post-distortion.

    Oops! :D Just saw the "Send" and "Return" jacks...
     

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