#1
Im planning on getting a MXR 10-band EQ, but im thinking i only really would need it for recording, but then wouldnt the EQ on the mixing desk/plugins do the job better?

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#2
No unless you can somehow get the mixing desk to work between the preamp and poweramp

Its actually a pedal that is truly worth the expense and has a ton of other features besides tone shaping.
#3
Quote by IbanezPsycho
No unless you can somehow get the mixing desk to work between the preamp and poweramp

Its actually a pedal that is truly worth the expense and has a ton of other features besides tone shaping.


Cool thanks, i think ill go ahead with that then.... oh if anyone wants a behringer EQ they can buy it off me!!
#4
Quote by vitchb
Cool thanks, i think ill go ahead with that then.... oh if anyone wants a behringer EQ they can buy it off me!!

Try selling it to some 13 year old in some high school, and say it will make him sound like metallica
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#5
Quote by IbanezPsycho
No unless you can somehow get the mixing desk to work between the preamp and poweramp

Its actually a pedal that is truly worth the expense and has a ton of other features besides tone shaping.


+1 my MXR is alot better then the one in my mixer.
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