If you want to be able to dial in that special Marshall amp sound without actually purchasing a Marshall amp, check out The Guv'nor overdrive pedal. This pedal was created in the late 80s to replicate the drive tones of the Marshall Plexi and JCM800 amps. The Guv'nor allows you to control the gain, level, EQ, and sports a loop output for use of other pedals. Famed guitarist Gary Moore used this pedal on his album "Still Got the Blues," speaking to the pedal's ability to build up anything from bluesy tones to stand-out leading tones.
This is a Pre-owned ME-80 and is the latest and greatest in a line of multi FX units that takes the very best of individual stomp box easy of use and combines it with the very best of multi FX flexibility. Each separate FX module has its own dedicated knobs and footswitch (8 in total) so it only takes a glance down to see what effects are on and what settings they've got. And it makes it unblieveably easy to tweak your settings on the fly, something that is a nightmare with more multi FX units that have you scrolling through endless menus and tweaking multifunction encoder knobs that give you no visual or tactile feedback!
The ME-80 takes many of its sounds from the flagship Boss multi FX the GT100 which uses the powerful COSM processing algorythmns for dynamic realistic tones constructed from decades of experience as the biggest stompbox producer in the world! It's true that Boss is number 1 in most people's minds for effects and the ME-80 doesn't disappoint with a wide range of great sounds including amp effects, modulation, delays, reverbs and more!
Advanced users can look beyond manual stompbox mode and get creative making their own patches and banks of effects. It's a lot like having a whole pedal board complete with programmable controller all in one unit just at about 1% of the cost! And if you really want to get nitty gritty you can download free Boss Tone Studio software for your computer and manage your patches, download and share with others and more!
Rare/Vintage - Yamaha EMP100 Multi-Effect Processor offers the best of advanced digital signal processing technology in a compact, cost0effective unit that can be used in a wide range of applications. The EMP100 is a mono-in/stereo-out processor that can be used directly with electric instruments and instrument amplifiers, or connected into the effect loop of a mixing console for recording or sound reinforcement. The effects incluse pitch change, chorus, flange, symphonic, delay, early reflections, and reverb. The EMP100 comes with 100 superb pre-programmed effects, and 50 RAM memory locations that can be programmed with original effect programs by the user.
BOSS's Best Multi-FX
Looking for BOSS's best effects? You'll find them here... As the top of GT line, the GT-Pro provides 44 effects categories, with 200 preset- and 200 user-patch locations. Choose from compressors, overdrives, delays, reverbs, choruses, EQs, wahs, and dozens of other BOSS-quality effects- there's even a sitar and acoustic guitar emulator onboard. The GT-Pro also impresses with its ultra-flexible effects routing. Internally, the 15 effects blocks can be configured in any order you desire; externally, a trio of effects loops plus an array of assignable outputs enables the most flexible signal-routing configurations. Used as a rackmount guitar preamp, the GT-Pro crushes the competition with its advanced internal effects and routing flexibility.
Behringer FCB1010 Midi Foot Controller No matter what you play, or even if youre an engineer with a MIDI arsenal, youll appreciate the way our FCB1010 helps you get the most out of your gear without tying up your hands or slowing down your performance. On top of its impressive MIDI functions, it gives you two jacks for analog switching and rugged, road-proof construction. Behringer FCB1010 Midi Foot Controller||10 banks with 10 user-editable presets each||Two expression pedals with freely assignable MIDI channel, controller number and range||Five MIDI program change and two MIDI controller commands per preset (simultaneously transmittable)||Two programmable relay-controlled switch jacks, e.g. for amp channel selection||Integrated power supply no messy AC adapters
The CX2310 stereo 2-way/mono 3-way crossover provides amazing-accurate audio frequency separation, thanks to its state-of-the-art circuitry, superior-grade components, ultra low-noise op amps and balanced I/O connectivity. Additionally, the CX2310 features an independently-adjustable Subwoofer Output, effectively providing an extra low-frequency band a control range from 10 - 235 Hz. By using 1% metal film resistors, along with other extremely tight-tolerance components, the CX2310 is able to guarantee surgically-precise frequency selection with incredibly-low thermal noise. Put simply, the easy-to-use SUPER-X PRO CX2310 is one of the best-sounding crossovers in its class!
When a sound system is properly tuned, it becomes powerful, balanced and efficient. Bass content is punchy and tight, with vocals and instruments that are rich, crisp and well defined. The CX2310 crossover’s accurate signal processing protects critical loudspeaker components and improves overall system efficiency. All Input and Output connections are
balanced/unbalanced XLR and feature 25 Hz Low Cut filters for low-frequency driver protection – plus Mute and Phase Invert switches, making troubleshooting even a large system – virtually effortless!
Alesis Microverb III
The microverb 3 saw Alesis abandon the micro-rack series format of 1/3rd rack-size seperates and use a full size 19" case for this.. it retained the same rrp as the micro-rack sized unirts on release tho, so you seemed to get more for your buck.
3 pots L-R = Input, mix & output... There is a lo-eq filter pot & a hi-eq... 256 reverb & associated fx are diale dup via two selectors.. selector 1 selects from the 16 banks for fx... then selector 2 choose between 16 variations... all presets...
So a microverb, but with more prests basicaly... plenty of them around s/h, well woerth seeking out as a cheap s/h reverb, but dont rely on it for delay work as there is no delay time setting... a proper delay is preferabel even tho this does have 8 banls of mostly delay fx, you need your delay seperate for dance music making, so think of this as a reverb with more...