#1
Hey again...
I am having trouble with my Boss ME-70 multi effects pedal that I recently borrowed from a friend. I can't figure out how to store patches! Can you actually do this on the pedal? If you can then please tell me how. Thanks!
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#3
Cheers mate
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#4
The link didn't work
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#5
Weird. It worked when I clicked on it. No matter. It's the PDF file for the ME-70, and here is what it says about saving patches:

Saving Patches:

You can store your current effect knob, MASTER LEVEL knob, and Expression pedal settings as one of the ME-70’s 36 User patches. Here’s how to store a User patch:
You can store your current effect knob, MASTER LEVEL knob, and Expression pedal settings as one of the ME-70’s 36 User patches. Here’s how to store a User patch:

Press WRITE—the display begins to flash.1
Press BANK 2 3 or 4 to select the bank in which you’d like to store your new patch.
Press Pedal 1, 2, 3 or 4 to choose a patch location within the selected bank.3
Press WRITE. 4

Editing Patches:

You can customize any patch in the ME-70. You can use the knobs and pedals to turn effects on or off and to change their settings in the currently selected patch.

Press EDIT/EXIT—the manual LED flashes to show you’re in Patch Edit mode.1
Press Pedals 1, 2, 3, or 4 to turn the COMP, OD/DS, MOD, and DELAY effects on and 2 off as desired.
Turn the knobs directly above the pedals to change the settings for the effects.3
Note: You may need to fully sweep a knob past the position stored in the patch to hear a change.
Turn the knobs for the PREAMP.4
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#6
Ok cheers mate, you've been a great help
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Ancient scrolls predict that when Fred Durst and Lil Wayne perform a guitar duet while touching the tips of their penises together, the gates of hell will open and swallow us all.


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