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In this picture, captured during a 5SOS rehearsal in London, and posted to Zoom Sound Factory's [Instagram](https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/hphotos-xap1/t51.2885-15/e15/11184576_915471238513988_1800319502_n.jpg), Luke Hemmings' pedalboard shows that he is using a ZOOM MS-70CDR pedal.more
it's the only choice if you want to have choruses, delays, reverbs and a few more digital simulations of some boutique pedals in ONE pedal. A/B'ing it with analog pedals showed me that this isnt actually half bad! In fact, it saves a lot of pedal space. But it does get a little bit getting used to as it does a lot of things for its small size. Go through the manual and you'll be set. I am a simple person though and I like every effect separately on separate pedals. It's a bit of a hassle to bend down during a concert, scroll to the effect to switch off. So I end up using it for long shimmery reverbs and crazy tremolo delays etc switching on and off with one tap.
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