#1
Not much more to say. I'm looking for the best eq pedal to help me cut through the mix.
#2
There isn't really a clear best choice... The Boss GE-7, Danelectro Fish & Chips, and MXR 10-Band EQ (if you want a few more bands, but it runs on 18V) are recommended often.

The Danelectro is so cheap that it doesn't hurt getting it.
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MXR 10 Band is pretty much industry standard, plus the volume and gain sliders come in handy.
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The way I see it is - if you can afford the MXR 10 band, buy it. Otherwise get the Dano Fish & Chips. Both have a master volume control and that's pretty important for this application.
The Dano sounds good but I'm expecting the switch to break one day. It may not but switches take a pounding gigging and it's not as substantial as I would like. It's a lot of pedal for the price though.
The MXR 10 band is 18V IIRC so you'll need to be able to accommodate that.
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The way I see it is - if you can afford the MXR 10 band, buy it. Otherwise get the Dano Fish & Chips. Both have a master volume control and that's pretty important for this application.
The Dano sounds good but I'm expecting the switch to break one day. It may not but switches take a pounding gigging and it's not as substantial as I would like. It's a lot of pedal for the price though.
The MXR 10 band is 18V IIRC so you'll need to be able to accommodate that.


+1 to MXR 10 band. I was about to correct you on the voltage. Good thing I looked at my pedal board before looking like a total dumbshit.

Anyway. MXR makes a 6 Band too (I'm pretty sure) if you don't need the full ten, but the 10 band is where it's at. I tried a few in the guitar store and the MXR seemed to be the nicest out of them.
#6
The MXR 6 band has no master volume, as for 18V on the 10 band... One of these would do you

http://www.diago.co.uk/adaptors/18v.html
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Joyo JF-11.

6 bands, simple, as cheap as ****.
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