I went through multiple videos before going for Zoom-MS70CDR. I had almost finalised Polara and Obscura from Digitech which are fab pedals. But then it would hv taken me to a path of a pedal board et al. Keyboardists need the pedals beside the synth not on the floor. So I needed something single unit preferably. I ordered Zoom to try out from a different site. I was worried if a guitar pedal can take hot signals from a synth. Well I used it successfully with my Microbrute which a true analogue synth with v rich sound. Jus remember to push the volume gently first time. There was no India warranty on the unit from other website so I returned and ordered from Bajaao.com. They explained me properly about warranty. Absolutely LOVE the emulations. Great many options. Can chain fx v convenieny. Lush reverbs, typical n non typical chorus and plenty of delays. Some additional fx like synth n organ simulations are fun to use. Can make a monophonic mono synth to add harmonies and make it stereo. Absolutely no noise on bypass. 2AA batteries hv lasted me good 4 hrs already. Optional DC adapter option is there. In summary - It rekindled my love for synthesis and put a new life into my synthesiser. I cant believe how I ever lived without it. LOVE IT.
I must say it's impressive didn't expect much as the pedal got lots of functionality. Needs a little bit of time to adjust and to understand how it works. Keep in mind that the pedal doesn't include a DC power adapter so you have to purchase it separately but there is an option for battery (rechargeable batteries works too)
Ill be straight forward ...this is a digital pedal ..dont have very high expectations.. dont expect it to sound exactly like the original corona chorus from t.c.electronics or any other emulations of pedals it does .. its good for the newbie guitar player just getting into the world of pedals and doesnt have a clue about modulation or time based effects ..he/she can use this pedal to familiarise himself/ herself with the above mentioned effects ... once you know for example what a chorus sounds like or how a delay sounds like and works then may be you can buy the actual individual analog pedal/effects by saving up your cash for that specific pedal/effect ... I wouldnt use it for a live gig as Ive noticed it sucks up the tone of your guitar a little plus the effects sound too digital / processed for my taste . All in all this is just a matter of opinion.. some guys like this pedal a lot and also considering the cost factor this might be just the pedal for you in the beginning. I gifted mine to a newer guitar player and hes happy with it .. so who knows ;)
This pedal might look like a small one, but it has got a lot of effects.Updating the firmware version has gave me 51 new effects.It has exceptionally good Chorus, Delay as well as Reverbs.Loved this pedal.
For the price bracket, this has every bang for the buck. An excellent addition.
MS70CDR is a great pedal to have on your pedal board. Although it is reasonably priced, but the build quality and sound quality is superb. Good and timely delivery by bajaao!
I am not much of a modulation user. To save space in my pedal board this was the best possible alternative. It also has a shimmerverb if you are into it. Delivered quick and efficient by Bajaao.