#1
Well I'm definately going to upgrade my currently quite rubbish Behringer EQ700

I've decided I'm gonna go for one of MXR's EQs but can't decide which

I leave my EQ on all the time whilst I'm playing, but is the 10 band EQ really worth shedding out the extra cash?

or is the 6 band one perfectly good enough
#2
10band.........not that expensive
Tone is all ...... well probably 75%, in your fingers.
The rest depends on your wallet's thickness !!

Keep the faith, baby!!
#3
I tried the Boss GE-7 (7 band) last night, and I was actually quite impressed by it. Many people have told me it's noisy, but I wasn't hearing anything. Maybe I needed distortion in the loop or something... but yeah, it's a cheap pedal I think, and seemed fairly useful.
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Cort G-Series 254
Takamine EG345C 12-String
Fender Squier P-Bass

Peavey Classic 50
Laney HCM65B

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#5
Yeah, I would say so...
Main Gear:
Cort G-Series 254
Takamine EG345C 12-String
Fender Squier P-Bass

Peavey Classic 50
Laney HCM65B

$75 Junk Drums w/ B8 Hats/Crash/Ride
#6
You can't run a 10 band one on a normal BOSS style power supply. Bare that in mind.
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Fender MIJ 62RI Tele
PRS Singlecut SE
Epiphone Sheraton II
Ibanez AEG10NT
Orange Rocker 30
Blackstar HT5C
#7
Yes get the 10-band, excellent tone shaping, and as for the adapter aspect, it comes with its own 18 Volt adapter so you dont need to worry there. I have the Kerry King version of the 10 band EQ and I love it, its like having a 4th channel on my JSX, for my lead sounds, and not just that, but it has 2 OUTPUTS, so you can punish to amps with it, excellent for harmonizing with a second guitarist if you want the same tone. Get the pedal, its definitely worth the extra cash.
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