#1
So i got the 10 band eq from mxr and i love it. I get so many good tones out of it, the only problem is now that i have that, i dont like the tones i get just from my amp. My band uses a lot of different sounds so i was hoping to be able to use the eq on the amp for one tone and the pedal for another, but i dont like how the one on the amp sounds. Is there an eq pedal that has programmable presets or will i need to buy more than one eq
#2
Boss EQ-20, but I have no idea how well it works. I would imagine it's pretty foolproof since it's just an EQ pedal.
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#3
You'd need a rack eq probably.
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#4
You can do that, but it's usually not an either or situation. You should dial in your tone with both the amp EQ and the Pedal EQ.

Dial the amp in as best you can and shape it with the pedal.

Another pedal wont hurt... but maybe try a less expensive EQ... Danelectro's Fish n Chips is only $30.
#5
maybe a multi effects processor and set each patch for a different eq
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You can do that, but it's usually not an either or situation. You should dial in your tone with both the amp EQ and the Pedal EQ.

Dial the amp in as best you can and shape it with the pedal.

Another pedal wont hurt... but maybe try a less expensive EQ... Danelectro's Fish n Chips is only $30.



Thats what i do, but The band im in has a few separtate tones, i use the amps eq and eq pedal to get one, and then there are a few other tones i want to be able to get. the danelectro is a good idea.


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maybe a multi effects processor and set each patch for a different eq


that would work but thats just a standard eq, not the 10 bands