#1
I was just wondering if A Boss GEB7 (which is a bass eq pedal) will work ok on a normal electric guitar? Will it have any difference at all to one designed for regular guitar (good or bad)?

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#2
I believe the bass EQ is specialized for the lower frequency range of a bass guitar. It works on guitars, but not very well.
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#3
it would work but you would only be shapping the extremely low notes of the guitar. like drop tuning low notes. it really wont be able to cut/boost the mids/highs or really much of the guitars sound. it wouldnt break anything it just wouldnt really be an effective EQ
#5
The lowest adjustable frequency on that thing should be around 40-60hz, you should cut this completely, guitar amplifier speakers won't be able to reproduce this cleanly, and leaving it there would just leave you with muddy tone.
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#6
Quote by PXi
I usually play in drop c so the low frequency thing shouldn;t really be much of a problem

Drop C = 4 half steps down from standard (low E string) and 2 half steps on the rest

Bass Guitar = 12 half steps from standard

i disagree, but if you're really concerned about covering those low frequencies... buy a cheap bass EQ and a 6-string EQ?
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