A while back I was on the look out for a small footprint EQ pedal for my Schecter Ultra VI guitar and ended up purchasing the 6 band MXR EQ, but after checking out Source Audio’s Programmable EQ, I’m thinking I purchased the wrong unit. The Source Audio Programmable EQ is housed in a single unit aluminum enclosure and allows you to store presets. You can store 4 presents, and the EQ is a 8 band EQ ranging from 62Hz to 8kHz. It is equipped with MIDI in and has a cool LED/knob for output. The more gain (up to 18dB) the brighter the knob lights up.
There is a very cool auto-scroll mode that will scroll through the presets giving a tremolo or sequencer like effect. Basically scrolls through each preset, you can adjust this sweep. You can pick up the Source Audio Programmable EQ for only $149.00 at Amazon.
Now, here is a great video showing Will Cady of Source Audio showing the various EQ settings that can be achieved with the Source Audio Programmable EQ. The auto-scroll feature is pretty cool and interesting. He also demonstrates how the EQ can be used to overdrive the amp.
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