suggestions for a good EQ pedal

mmorse

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One I can set and leave on all the time. I need more versatility than just the amp's tone stack.
 

grego7

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Boss GE-7 with the sniper mod. The least expensive way is to buy a used GE-7 off of the bay and send it for the mod. Otherwise Tonejam charges about $145 last I checked for a new modded pedal. He recently changed his website though. You can probably get more info over at guitargeek.com
 

6789

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Does the sniper mod make the pedal sound different or just cleaner? The website said it makes it fatter and cleaner sounding. what does fatter sound like?
 

Moe45673

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hey, I use a boss eq-20.

10 highly responsive bands, super silent performance, 9 memory slots to save your favorite settings, it's everything anyone could want in an eq (except for the fact that it's a bit of a tonesucker in bypass mode. I never turn mine off, though, so it doesn't bother me).

I guarantee satisfaction!
 

g3rmanium

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Originally posted by mmorse
One I can set and leave on all the time.
One of the old MXR Graphic EQs. They're very easy to work with (low part count) and they have no on/off switch anyway.
 

bluesdoc

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'nuther Tonejam modded GE7 fan here. Dead quiet (vs a very noisy stock GE7). I don't know about fatter. It's easy to make it 'fat' with the eq sliders.

jon
 

Moe45673

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throwin in my 2 cents again. I've never played a GE-7, stock or sniper, but the eq-20 is silent as a corpse. No hiss or anything, boss really uses quality components in their twin pedals
 




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