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MXR M108 - Ten Band Graphic EQ

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M-108

Your Price: $186.99 CDN

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Total control. That's really what guitarists want. And now you can have it with the MXR M-108 10-Band Graphic EQ. The M-108 provides extreme control over the ten most crucial frequencies for guitar. But that's not all. With separate input gain and output volume sliders, the M-108 also provides a ridiculous amount of level control. So you can not only dictate what your guitar sounds like but also where it sits in the mix. Make a fill or a solo jump to the forefront. Give a thin-sounding single-coil the girth to stand up to a high-output humbucker. Turn a vintage one-channel amp into a two-channel firebreather. Create scooped-mid death tones, midrange-heavy singing lead sounds, thunderous lows, crystalline highsyou name it and the M-108 will do it. Now, who wants some? Power: Dunlop ECB-004 18-volt AC Adapter

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Closest StorePrince George, British Columbia
I bought this pedal only after reading a review by Kerry King of SLAYER with no idea of what I was getting and after a few failed attempts of putting it in line with my effects in different spots I finally found that sweet spot and what a difference! Completely moulded my sound clean and distortion and it feels like I'm playing with 2 amps when switching between on and off. I recommend this pedal to any one looking for more control over their sound. And it's so affordable it's a steal and worth every penny
Posted by Damian on Mar 31, 2014
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I love this lil box0 of 0 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreEdmonton North, Alberta
This pedal rules. It has all sorts of implementations. The volume and gain faders absolutely scream if you need them too. I have a vintage shortscale bass with a low output six pole pickup that hums. I love the original tone of my bass but gigging and touring with a different set up every show often means having to crank up the amp and therefore crank the hum. I've played a couple shows with the M108. God, so much gain, very little noise and my bass sounds like my bass. I'm in love.
Posted by Jenni Roberts on Jul 4, 2013
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This is the ticket!7 of 7 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreNorth Vancouver, British Columbia
I had been playing around with various amps, cabs, guitars, pickups and pedals for years and was never able to dial in the tone I heard in my head. I eventually settled on every individual piece, but I was often disappointed that while my tone was very good, it wasn't 100 percent there. This pedal did the trick for me, and almost by accident. I was unhappy with the mids of one of my amps so I decided to pick up this EQ pedal in an attempt to smooth things out to my liking. I threw it haphazardly into the loop, and after tweaking the sliders for maybe thirty minutes, I landed on the exact settings to replicate the tone I've always desired. The tone coloration was all there, but I read that the effect this pedal has on pick attack will change depending on whether or not it's placed in the loop, or in front of the amp. I decided to throw the pedal in front of the amp, and it took everything to the next level. When you kill the bass frequencies, (keeping 250 at -6) push the trebles, (only 4-8k, and only slightly) level off 2k, and gun the mids at 500-1k close to max, (while scooping out 16k entirely) the result is the most insanely punchy attack I've ever heard; and it retains my amp's organic, thick and smooth distortion to a tee. I tried various overdrive pedals in an attempt to dial in that punchy attack and I was always unhappy with how grainy my tone became at the level of raw drive I was craving. This perspective is geared towards a more hard rock/non v eq'd metal tone, so I'm unsure whether or not my settings would do anything beneficial for the blues/jazz/classical player, etc.. but if you're into the heavier side of things and want an enormously punchy attack, while still retaining tonal clarity, this pedal is a must. Buy without hesitation. Note: Doesn't operate silently. There is a slight hiss when it's engaged, but the pedal doesn't hum, and the hiss is only bothersome if you demand absolute silence when not playing. Run it with a gate to avoid this. (I use the ISP decimator)
Posted by MGC on Dec 6, 2012
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