When you are cramped up for space on the stage, the Boss ME-70 Guitar Multi-Effects Processor gets rid of your worries instantly. It is a single floor-based multi-effects unit that includes the ability of different guitar pedals such as tremolo, phaser, vibrato and many more. This multi-effects processor allows you to access the correct effect when playing live on stage. It has two operating modes, manual and memory, which allow you to choose the right way to go about your performance.
ME-70 features Boss’ patented COSM preamplifier that offer a unique experience whenever you perform. The preamp can emulate six guitar amps that hold high standards in the music industry. The powerful sound technology used in the ME-70 will undoubtedly result in world-class sound creation.
The Boss ME-70 multi-effects processor features over 40 sound effects that make your performance unique every time. There are ten distortion and overdrive effect for sharpening your rock performance. Use the Boss Slow Gear feature to add a tremolo effect or simulate a fretless guitar, use the Boss defretter for achieving the desired results. Modulation options such as phaser, flanger, vibrato, uni-vibe and chorus are also provided in ME-70. These modulation settings give the tone a distinct shape, thus adding a unique character to the sound.
The Boss ME-70 multi-effects processor features two different operation modes, manual and memory. For those guitarist who love the old-school guitar stompbox feel, switch on the manual mode and start gigging. The memory mode allows you to save the effects setup as a patch. You can recall a particular patch depending on the requirement of your performance. There are 36 presets in the memory mode, which you can choose as per your preference. Use the four main foot switches to change between the patches and banks.
The controls on ME-70 are placed in a logical way by grouping a particular set of effects in section. There are four effect pedals in ME-70, which are designated for adjusting music FX, overdrive, delay, and modulation. The knobs are placed in a convenient fashion so that you don't waste time looking for a particular dial.