#1
No, this is not about settings...

I am looking at a piece of vintage gear. It is an old Peavey equalizer in a box just about the same size as my Mig 50 head.

It has 10 frequency sliders:

50Hz 100Hz 200Hz 320Hz 500 Hz 800Hz 1.5KHz 3.0KHz 6.0KHz 12Khz

Useable for guitar?

I think it would look cool sitting on the Mig head...
#5
Quote by Darkflame
it might actually be better than the mxr EQ, since the lowest and highest bands don't make a huge difference =)


Interesting you should say that... I have:

a couple of DOD FX40 pedals with 6 bands at
100 200 400 800 1600 3200

a DOD FX40-B pedal with 7 bands at
100 200 400 800 1600 3200 6400

and a SR&D (Rockman) 1/2 rack eq that has 12 bands at
62 125 250 500 700 1000 1400 2000 2800 4000 8000 16000

and I am waiting on a old 31 band DOD rack eq... don't ask. I bid and it went cheap.

So what are the useful range of eq frequencies?

I thought the frequencies on that old Peavey were interesting. I wonder though, is it intended for bass, guitar, vocals, or a PA?
#6
Quote by irnmadn88
No, this is not about settings...

I am looking at a piece of vintage gear. It is an old Peavey equalizer in a box just about the same size as my Mig 50 head.

It has 10 frequency sliders:

50Hz 100Hz 200Hz 320Hz 500 Hz 800Hz 1.5KHz 3.0KHz 6.0KHz 12Khz

Useable for guitar?

I think it would look cool sitting on the Mig head...



Yeah that would work fine. it looks like it has some great control over midrange frequencies.
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