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The Programmable EQ, designed for use with both guitar and bass, offers a level of functionality previously unseen in graphic equalizer stompboxes. The MIDI input allows the pedal to interface presets with a variety of floor and rack multi-effects units including the Line 6 POD, Boss GT-8, Behringer V-Amp, and Axe-FX. In octave extension mode, users can activate an extra eighth frequency band to expand the range of the Programmable EQ for bass. The output knob features a variable blue LED that increases in brightness as more boost is added. Perhaps the most striking feature is the auto-scroll mode, which turns the pedal into a customizable tremolo or sequencer-like effect by scrolling through the four saved presets at adjustable speeds.
The compact unit is an easy pedal board addition with a small footprint of 4.5 in/11.4cm (Length) x 2.5 in/6.4cm (Width) x 2 in/5.1cm (Height). It also features a rugged cast aluminum housing and a hardwire true bypass that utilizes a small signal relay for improved reliability and remote switching capabilities.
The Programmable EQ runs on a 9V battery (included) or an optional power supply. Like all Source Audio pedals, it features Source Audio’s proprietary 56-bit state-of-the-art Digital Signal Processor, the SA601 chip with crystal clear 24-bit converters. MSRP on the Programmable EQ is $209.
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