The MXR M-108 Ten Band Graphic EQ provides extreme control over the 10 most crucial frequencies for guitar. Also, with its separate input gain and output volume sliders, it provides a nearly ridiculous amount of level control. Any sound you want, ...
"The pedal that goes with the Marshall Major. What I do is we try to get a little bit more of 125 and a little bit more of 1K out of it because it's a little dark. So you have to get it really loud to make it more crisp and we can't get that loud. So I use this and it kind of gives me that extra," says Joe Perry's guitar tech.more
"He runs two pedalboards, one for acoustic and one for electric. The acoustic board consists of an Ernie Ball volume pedal, Boss FRV-1 reverb, TU-2 tuner and a Radial Tonebone PZ-Pre acoustic preamp. Electric-wise, there’s a Menatone King of the Britains, Electro-Harmonix HOG, Digitech Jamman, Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man and MXR 10-Band Graphic EQ, all powered by a Dunlop DC Brick. It’s an impressive selection and one that ensures Cornell’s acoustic shows are so much more than just, well, acoustic."more
"Each side of the Twin-City goes into one of the Engl preamps, which have a TC Electronic G-Force and MXR M108 10-band EQ in the effects loop. (Purgason uses the 10-band EQs to impart a more “British” sound to his guitar.)" states [this](http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/21840-rig-rundown-gwar-2014) rig rundown on Brent Purgason.more
This photo was taken in 2011 during Rosenwinkel's concert in The Charles Hotel in Boston. More photos can be seen [here.](https://www.flickr.com/photos/gsmaz1/sets/72157628179367269) In this particular pedalboard photo, one of the pedals that can be seen is the MXR Ten Band EQ pedal.more
The MXR M-108 Ten Band Graphic EQ provides extreme control over the 10 most crucial frequencies for guitar. Also, with its separate input gain and output volume sliders, it provides a nearly ridiculous amount of level control. Any sound you want, from thundering crunch to searingly sharp clarity is easy to dial in. Includes power supply.
Great for use on garbage sounding guitars and amps. Quite a bit of range on it, which is good when switching out amps all the time. I have the newer silver version now. Best Use for Me: Cranking the gain section and running it into my Ampeg Reverberocket II. Really nice drive tone.
Its a 10 band but a 10 band over 30 to 16k. The BOSS EQ is 7 bands but over a smaller spectrum and that I find more useful. If you're gonna this much of the spectrum you need like 30 bands. I wish someone would make a 30 band EQ. Manufacturers get on it.
the mxr 10 band is vastly superior to the boss GE7 just because it has 10 bands... but that's all I can say for it... I find the shape of the EQ to be harsh and unmusical when boosting and the frequencies, while apparently selected to be guitar-centric, are still the wrong ones. If your choice is between the GE7 and this and you just have to EQ your tone before the amp? get this I guess... but really look at a more studio/sound reinforcement oriented graphic. This one has a bad noise floor and fucked up frequencies selected. Guys need to look at the mid frequencies Neve gave you on the mid band of his EQs and go from there when designing a graphic for guitar. They're the right bands during mix downa nd they're going to be the right ones in front of an amplifier too.
This is an awesome addition to the rig. 10 band EQ allows for precise tone shaping and can also act as a boost. Ranges from bright highs (ACDC), punchy mids (80s metal) and most important very Sludge lows. A must have addition