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Bought one of these as I wanted to have tremolo in only one or two songs. Great ...
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Also, another pedal I bought for my father along British sound.There are few iss...
Filip on 30/11/-0001
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The tone of this pedal is comparable to other pedals at $200 or moreExcellent to...
MetalMel on 30/11/-0001
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Bought it 2 years ago and been using it ever since.It get's the job done. Never ...
Filip on 30/11/-0001
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Equalisation Effects

Equalisation Effects

 An EQ pedal is used in the process of adjusting the balance between frequency components of the guitar signal. The JOYO EQ pedal strengthens (boosts) or weakens (cuts) the energy of specific frequency bands or "frequency ranges" from your pedals, rather than on the mix.
 
  Equalisation can also be used to boost or reduce unwanted sounds (e.g., low hum coming from a guitar amplifier), make certain parts or voices more (or less) prominent, enhance particular aspects of the guitar tone.

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The JOYO 10 band Graphic EQ effect pedal is suitable for both Bass and Guitar, giving you shaping co..
£74.95 Exc VAT: £62.46
Product InformationA very useful yet often overlooked pedal is an eq pedal. They can be used for m..
£32.99 Exc VAT: £27.49
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