Zoom MS-70CDR Guitar Effects Pedal
About this deal
Our unique Tail function allows delay or reverb effects to fade away naturally, even through the next played phrase. For example, after playing a solo using a delay effect, even if you switch to a rhythm tone without delay, you'll continue to hear the sound of the solo delay fading away. Every MultiStomp pedal features an easy-to-use graphic interface with a large LCD, a single footswitch, and analog-style parameter knobs that double as buttons. This intuitive design makes creating, saving and rearranging effects and effects chains a breeze and allows easy navigation in both live and studio settings. If you're looking for a ‘swiss army knife' pedal to handle the occasional, weird effect, then guess what? That's right. You need a MultiStomp.
The effects in this unit are time-based mainly [a lot of Choruses, Delays, Reverbs, phaser, flanger...] and some extra goodies [such as Guitar and Bass EQs and a noise reduction that works like a charm]. Lots of variables available to choose from and then optionally chain, some of which not only provide much more depth but transform the machines character into something completely new. Changing patches - I've seen some noodlers complain about the way you have to change patches on the unit–I guess their hands are busy–so if you're a guitar player you might not like this thing for live use if you need to play footsie with it. I've seem some third-party switches for it that solve that problem though. But for my setup the patch change buttons are preferred. That said, it is a bit of a drag scrolling through 137 FX but they're at least organized by category (reverbs, delays, etc.), which gets you there a lot faster.Obviously, there are plenty of far more “normal” sounds to be discovered if that's your preference, but these clips are just a taste of what's possible if you desire something weirder.
Whether you're a guitarist or a bass player, you can cut down the size of your pedalboard by adding an MS-70CDR. From a warm, vintage sound to a clear, modern tone, this one pedal can do it all. It offers 86 diverse options for shaping your sound. For ease of use, these are organized into the following categories:
Considering that Zoom released these pedals nearly ten years ago, at a time when the only, truly respected, digital pedals on the market were the large, high-end units from Strymon and Empress, the humble MultiStomp still managed to make a real name for itself as an incredibly reliable way of achieving a lot of the same, far more expensive sounds, on a budget. Our cutting-edge ZFX-IV DSP microchip uses 32-bit floating-point calculations, giving it the ability to create sophisticated studio-quality effects such as rich, dense reverbs and realistic spatial simulations.