For the trade off of fewer save slots (36 factory and 36 user), you get a longer looper time of 60 seconds, a built-in MP3 player with SD card slot, and a graphics-based LCD screen that displays the lists of effects. To my eye, it looks a bit like the hard drive based portastudios we all used to have. The 60 effects include a noise gate, compressor, eight EFX (distortion/overdrive/fuzz), 16 preamps, 13 cabinets, four microphones, EQ, 10 modulation effects, six delays, three reverbs, wah, and whammy. All the usual suspects are here, including MXR, Boss, Electro-Haromix, Fender, Marshall, and so on.
Use the MXR Ten Band EQ Pedal for precision control over your guitar or bass tone. Featuring 10 EQ sliders, with carefully selected frequencies and +/-12dB boost/cut range, you can optimize your sound in any room or recording session. Additional Volume and Gain sliders allow you to use the Ten Band EQ Pedal as an extremely tweakable boost pedal. Dual outputs allow you to feed two amplifiers at once. And 18-volt operation ensures you'll have all the headroom you need, even if you're running a chain of pedals into it. Built with rugged aluminum and featuring true bypass switching, the MXR Ten Band EQ Pedal is a fine addition to any pedalboard.
The MXR Six Band EQ has been upgraded with noise-reduction circuitry, true bypass switching, brighter LEDs for increased visibility, and a lightweight aluminum housing. It covers all the essential guitar frequencies, with each slider ready to deliver +/-18dB of cut or boost for incredible control over your sound. The Six Band EQ can create scooped-mid rhythm tones with massive low end, add natural sounding warmth to a quacky acoustic pickup, eliminate onstage feed-back, and much more. You can also use the Six Band EQ in the effects loop of your amp for a huge, sculptable lead boost.