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The Boss GE-7 Equalizer is an exceptionally quiet EQ with silent FET switching. 7 bands of EQ in the optimum range for guitar. Provides 15dB of eithe...Click To Read More About This Product

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The Boss GE-7 Equalizer is an exceptionally quiet EQ with silent FET switching. 7 bands of EQ in the optimum range for guitar. Provides 15dB of either cut or boost in each selected range.

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Boss GE-7 EQ


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Comments about Boss GE-7 Equalizer Pedal:

The Boss GE-7 Graphic Equalizer offers seven bands of equalization in a compact, durable, package featuring low noise operation and silent switching. Seven bands of EQ are optimized for guitar, with up to 15db of cut/boost at the following frequency centers; 100hz, 200hz, 400hz, 800hz, 1.6khz, 3.2khz, and 6.4khz. There is also a level control for cutting, boosting, or equalizing the effected with the unaffected signal. I use it to fatten and boost my leads, "scoop" the mids and boost the highs/lows for Modern Metal, tighten up a flabby clean sound for cutting through a mix, and to isolate and reduce feedback. Placing the GE-7 before an overdrive or distortion pedal allows you to actually shape and change the overall character of the OD/distortion. Placing the GE-7 after OD/distortion allows you to accentuate or cut specific frequencies and color your sound without radically altering the basic character of your overdrive. For ultimate tonal versatility, try using two GE-7's. Place the first in front of your OD/dist pedal. Set the 100hz bass slider for a 9 db cut, because bass frequencies tend to distort disproportionately, producing a muddy or flabby sound. Also try setting the 200 hz slider for about a 5 db cut, especially if you are hearing a "boxy" sound. Next, try boosting the pre-distortion mids to taste at 800hz for a crunchy, biting attack. Finally, set up the second GE-7 after your distortion unit. Bring the bass back up or even boost it a bit (try about 12 db of boost). Adding post-distortion Bass results in a tight, powerful sound. Add additional highs if desired. This is guaranteed to produce a rich crunchy overdrive, crushing 80's Metal, or a punishing modern Metal sound.

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