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Zoom MS-70CDR multi effects guitar pedal - Amazon £75.00

£75.00 @ Amazon
An all-in-one effects pedal for guitars, bass and keyboards. Allows chaining of up to 6 effects at once. Small footprint, big sound. £89 everywhere else I can find right now. Amazon have it for £75.00… Read More
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1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago
An all-in-one effects pedal for guitars, bass and keyboards. Allows chaining of up to 6 effects at once. Small footprint, big sound. £89 everywhere else I can find right now. Amazon have it for £75.00 including free delivery! I know this is special interest and it isn't a huge amount off but this is the best price I've seen this pedal for in a long time.

Edit: Down a pound! And I presume a mod moved this to Audiovisual? I thuoght that topic might be limited to TV/audio products but in future if I see music gear deals I'll put them here instead?
chischis Avatar
1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago
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Great for ambient guitar stuff and also shimmer effect. Got this and the 50g on my pedal board. Cheapest it has been. Hot.
#3
Nice budget bundle FX pedal. Not great, but OK for the price. Most definitely a little cheaper than elsewhere, although GAK also have it on order for £75. :)
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Thunderbug
Nice budget bundle FX pedal. Not great, but OK for the price. Most definitely a little cheaper than elsewhere, although GAK also have it on order for £75. :)

Apart from the obvious and much more expensive candidates (*cough*h9*cough), what pedals do you prefer?


Edited By: chischis on Mar 03, 2017 18:24
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chischis
Thunderbug
Nice budget bundle FX pedal. Not great, but OK for the price. Most definitely a little cheaper than elsewhere, although GAK also have it on order for £75. :)
Apart from the obvious and much more expensive candidates (*cough*h9*cough), what pedals do you prefer?
I tend not to like "all in one" pedals, as I think they either have a week link in their chain, or you loose some flexibility... or both. That being said, the Zoom is one of those great cost effective, does it all in a tin, kind of things. I don't own one, but I have noodled around with one. Some of the verbs are nice, but I wasn't that keen on the chorus's etc, but I've got nothing against it at all, if it works for your setup.
Personally, I'm not fond of having modulation , reverbs and delays ALL in one place. It's limiting, as far as ordering my effects, and whether I want everything in my fx loop, or in front of my amp. I might want mods before my distortion and then my delay/verb for example.
Yes, there are waay more expensive offerings from the likes of Eventide, Strymon, Keeley, Source Audio, etc, who all produce really great all in one modulation fx if you have the budget for that.
Effects options are seemingly endless these days, so I could be here for days listing what I like! For me, I would focus on getting a good reverb and delay ( Digitech Polaris, TC Hall of Fame, TC Flashback/Alter Ego, lots of Boss delays - the list goes on and on). I won't bother with boutique and higher end stuff.
Then go with separate mod fx. There are some nice mini pedals from Mooer and tonecity, and TC. It depends on requirements really. You can pick up second hand Source Audio and Eventide multi mods up fairly cheaply. And there are some all time greats from EHX like the small stone/clone. I do like some of the TC pedals with their toneprint function. You get a lot of options in a small footprint with some of those. I just think you get a more flexible rig like that and you can also swap things out when you're looking for a change, or you find a boot sale bargain!
#6
Thunderbug

Personally, I'm not fond of having modulation , reverbs and delays ALL in one place.(snip)

Thanks for the reply, Thunderbug. And thanks to everyone that voted this hot, didn't expect much interest on here but pleasantly surprised!
#7
No probs Chischis, thanks for posting. Always looking for gear bargains - keep 'em coming!

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