Boss ME70 Guitar Multieffects Pedal

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    Product Description

    Boss ME70 provides advanced COSM creativity with stompbox ease!
    The beauty of the ME70 is the multi effects that you have available and it is as easy to use as a stompbox. The friendly, knob-laden design makes tone creation a snap, but with a powerful COSM AMP section derived from the GT10, the ME70 takes the EZ effects concept to new heights.

    Boss ME70 Guitar Multi Effects Pedal Features

    • Dedicated knobs for each parameter for fast, friendly operation
    • New COSM Preamp section derived from GT10 and Legend series
    • EZ TONE for quick, easy editing
    • Four footswitches and Expression pedal
    • PHRASE LOOP function in DELAY section, with 38 seconds of recording time
    • Battery or AC (optional PSA-120s) operation

    Product Specifications
    Boss ME70 Specifications
    • AD Conversion: 24 bit +AF method (Adaptive Focus is a proprietary from Roland)
    • DA Conversion: 24 bit
    • Sampling Frequency: 44.1 kHz
    • Patch: 36 (user) + 36 (preset)
    • Effect Type:
      • Comp/FX (Compressor/Effect): Comp, T Wah Up, T Wah down, Slow Gear, Defretter, Single>Hum>Single, Solo
      • OD/DS (Overdrive/Distortion): Boost, Natural, OD1, Blues, Dist, Classic Modern, Metal, Core, Fuzz
      • Modulation: Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Rotary, Uni-Vibe, Tremolo, vibrato, Harmonist, Octave, Delay
      • Delay: 1-99 ms, 100-990 ms, 1000-6000 ms, Analog, Modulate, Reverse, Cho + Delay, Momentary, Tap, Phrase Loop
      • Preamp: Off, EQ, Clean, Combo, Tweed, Stack, Lead Stack, Rectifier
      • NS (Noise Suppressor:
      • Reverb: Room, Hall
      • Pedal FX (Pedal Effect): Wah, Voice, +1 Octave, -1 Octave, Mod Rate
    • Nominal Input Level:
      • Guitar Input: -10 dBu
      • Aux In: -18 dBu
    • Input Impedance:
      • Guitar Input: 1M ohm
      • Aux In: 22k ohms
    • Nominal Output Level: -10 dBu
    • Output Impedance: 2k ohms
    • Display: 7 segments, 2 digit LED
    • Power Supply: 6 AA batteris or optional PSA120S AC adaptor
    • Current Draw: 130 mA
    • Expected battery life under continuous use:
      • Alkaline: 12 hours
      • Carbon: 3.5 hours
        *These figures vary depending on the actual conditions of use.
    • Accessories: Owners Manual, Dry Batteries (Alkaline: LR6 (AA) type) x 6, Roland Service (Information Sheet)
    • Options:
      • AC Adaptor: Boss PSA120S
      • Foot Switch: Boss FS5U, FS6
    • Dimensions (WxDxH): 15 1/8 x 9 1/16 x 2 15/16 inches, 384 x 229 x 74 mm
    • Weight: 7 lbs. 12 oz., 3.5 kg

    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  323-890-3700 Warranty:  BOSS Compact Pedals: 5 years parts, 90 days labor; BOSS (other): 1 year parts, 90 days labor
    Souza from Somerville ma
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    great! more then well worth for the money ..
    Jeffery Hays from Carlise, Pa. USA
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    For me it is not as great as I'd hoped.
    Product Rating
    Your general opinion of this product.
    I guess if compared to individual pedals dedicated to it's intended effect it is worth the money.
    Jon from Douglasville, GA
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    Not bad at all
    Your general opinion of this product.
    Overall not too bad. At first I was not impressed as the preset tones aren't that great, but after spending a little time tweaking I really like it. I am running it through a stacked pair of QSC K10's playing a standard stat and I can get a very warm tube-like sound. The high gains are very nice and what you would expect from BOSS. The reverb is a little weak but usable. The best thing about this unit is the ease of use. Anything you need to do can be done on the fly with ease and of course there is also the user presets. The one downfall for me personally is that the unit does not feature true stereo output. The right channel seems to just be a copy of the left so you cant hear any space in the chorus, flange, delay...etc. However, for me it is definitely not a deal breaker because for live use if I really needed stereo it would be done through the booth.
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