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Boss ME-70 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal

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  • A multi-effects unit that's as easy as a stompbox!
  • 10 types of OD/Distortion
  • 10 types of Modulation
  • Reverb, Delay, Compression and Noise Suppressor
  • COSM® Amp Models derived from the GT-10 & Phrase Loop with 38 seconds of recording time
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 18 x 6 inches ; 9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds
  • ASIN: B001R2LQWQ
  • Item model number: ME-70
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,667 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 27, 2009

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    Customer Reviews

    The ME-70 let's me make subtle adjustments on the fly, so I can get EXACTLY what I want WHEN I want it.
    RW
    There are other multi-effect guitar pedals on the market, but if you looking for a compact multi-pedal and has good sound for your guitar, I highly recommend this one.
    sy
    Learn how to use effects before you go out and invest in 10X as much money with individual pedals, trust me.
    TheJoe

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    25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By J. Zambrano on April 24, 2010
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    Easy to use, really!

    I bought this unit based on the reviews they said it was "very easy to use and the Chorus and Delay effects were very good, but the distortions were not very good !...". In my opinion this Pedalboard is very complete, and all the effects are really good, (Distortions, Delays, Chorus, Flanger, etc ...), and the looper is addictive. Overall this pedal is all in the correct proportion.

    the only cons to mention is that not brought the power supply in the box. Boss should be placed, just imagine that you buy a car but this does not come with tires! is frustrating. also considered that the manual should bring more information, because the manual that is downloaded from the site brings a few more things.
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    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By jmhr on December 28, 2011
    I agree with other reviews that Boss exploits its customers by insisting the $300 pedal have the PSA supply, but sells it separately. It's a cheesy way to meet a price point without really doing it. I used a OneSpot power supply I had already, and it works fine. Just glad I didn't have to shell out $20 more to Boss for something they should have provided with the ME70.

    The first thing I noticed is that the tuner is not too good. You get a letter, with an arrow on each side, and it's not very responsive.

    The Korg-style dial-in reverb controls are easy, but extremely limited. Expected better. You get either room or hall. Neither are that realistic.

    Going from manual patch-level to bank-level is awkward. It may just take practice.

    Next thing I noticed is the delay level does not respond as expected. If I set the E. level (delayed signal level, or balance) at around thirty, it can be clearly heard. When overdrive or boost is added the primary signal is boosted as expected, but the delayed signal remains at the original volume, effectively reducing the balance and making the delayed signal nearly inaudible.

    Did Boss just start making multi-effects pedals? Have they learned nothing?

    Despite somewhat mediocre performance and design, the ME70 does have features that recommend it. Some of the drives are usable. The controls are accessible and easy to adjust. The "Solo" setting on the Comp/FX module is a nice booster, although it can apparently be overdriven easily by the boost in the OD/DS module - maybe this is by design but it would be nice to have two levels of clean boost.

    The next annoyance is the very limited capabilities of the optional footswitches.
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By William J. Stasse on May 2, 2012
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    As an "Old School" Guitarist introducing new gear into my rig always makes me nervous. With a somewhat massive pedal board filled with individual Boss pedals which is often too large for some of the venues my band gigs at & definitely too large for our practice studio (and a bit too heavy to lug around).
    I researched every multi-effect unit on the market today & decided the ME-70 was the best way to go for me mainly for the "Manual" settings. When I received the unit, it came out of the box ready to go (other than installing batteries) and worked exactly like I had my "rig" shrunk down into a rugged small package.
    COSM- With the amp simulation & Pre-Amp portion I don't need to carry an amplifier any longer because this unit has the ability to clone my coveted tube amp collection with the twist of a knob.
    Effects- Boss is "THE BOSS" of effect pedals in my opinion... this unit combines everything I need & then some in a single unit with the ability of individual tweaking. I do not venture into the unit's ability to remember settings because every venue I gig at has different acoustics & constant tweaking is required to achieved the tones I want to hear.
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    18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By e2e4 on May 18, 2010
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    I like the processor. I play mainly blues and I found a lot of combinations to satisfy my urge for perfect blues sound.
    BUT WHY IN THE WORLD a simple wall adapter is not included?! It only comes with batteries.
    You have to separately buy a Boss PSA-120S Boss AC Adapter.I find that silly.
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    16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Luis Meza Gonzalez on March 29, 2010
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    "Excelent item!.. but, no where in specs did it let you know that this came without AC Adaptor and needed to run on batteries...disappointed when arrived". Este multiefectos es excelente, facil de usar. Tiene lo justo y necesario, algunos gabinetes y preamplificadores, los mas comunes.
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    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jungleland2 on June 6, 2011
    I bought this as a solution for all of my electric instruments. I was tired of having to have a pedal board for each intstrument or having a giant board to handle everything. My guitar player had a ME-50 and used it when his amp died and needed to borrow one that wasn't his preference. It worked very well. The ME 70 has better pre-amp options, more effects and a great loop station.

    For Bass, I use this in front of my amp as a compressor, tuner, wah, chorus, fuzz and volume pedal. I turn off the preamp and use the EQ settings instead of the preamp section, since it's really for guitar not bass.

    For electric guitar I used the distortion from my amp (tech 21 Trademark 60), but use compressor,chorus, tremelo, delay, wah. The clean preamp setting gets a great Fender Twin sound with my clean Trademark channel. The distortions are all very good, just like the amp better.

    For Acoustic guitar and mandolin I run my ME70 through the PA and use EQ instead of preamp. Volume pedal and some noise gate and sometimes chorus.

    I keep a battery in it and plug into the wall when I can. I get some noise from this unit, but I think it has more to do with my studio room's wiring and the noisy tele I keep going back to as my main guitar.

    If you play a number of instruments this is a great pedal. It's simple to use, sounds great and does not color your sound too much.
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