There is an additional band that you can activate which covers the 62Hz range. The green line marks a common location for the fan control circuitry, and the blue line marks the fan motor. The M108S works great early in the chain, it worked great in the effects loop too, but its strength might just be after your dirt pedals, which can really accentuate and complement each dirt pedal you might be using, plus the volume slider lends itself to work more like a clean boost pedal too. Whether you want to save a couple of bucks by performing a mod or upgrade yourself instead of paying a tech, or want to build your own piece of gear from scratch, I'm sure you will find something interesting here. I had the 10 band. The housing is made of all metal and the bypass switch is very rugged. Same if you wanna mid boost it plus add a clean volume boost.
In fact, you might even want two of them, one before any dirt pedals, and a second one after them. If you go through the controls, you will find an Auto-scroll feature. There is six of them and they cover a pretty wide range of frequencies. When it comes to higher end models, some of their price comes from various features. Lets get to that portion of the guide and see what some of the standard practices are at the moment. Next thing that defines it is its ability to add 30 dB of boost where you see fit. Biyang and Nux are, for me, the better quality ones.
Analog pedal 6 band equalizer guitar. Your not doing anything wrong, maybe it's just not for you. It does change the tone. He actually said in '79 that he prefered to record with a standard Fender tremelo. In both cases, this pedal does its job. Can't speak for the six band, but I have the 10 band and love it. You can read about it.
What I like about it? Six bands is really all you need to fine tune your tone, anything from a mild boost to a total revision or third channel. The M108S also has a second output that is handy at the end of your audio chain, splitting the signal to two separate amps. It really depended on which pedal I was using. Maybe today with all the endorsements he may have to be more honest. Lately I use it in conjunction with a Marshall in a box. No particular breath, and the bypass is very transparent.
Do your best to adjust trebles very carefully. Choosing a guitar and learning how to play can be overwhelming. Maybe it was that boost pedal with separate bass and treble controls, or the compressor with a tone shift feature, plus it seemed silly to have a dedicated tone shaping pedal, when just about every overdrive and fuzz pedal I have offers some tone control. In that set up, humbuckers can sound bright and consistent throughout the sweep. That is an option as well.
Which instruments do you use? Sure, it's possible, but why make it fussier than it needs to be? You can boost the signal by adding 18dB or attenuate it by shaving off the same amount. Finally, I slightly boosted the treble, which brought out more clarity, and all together, the mud was gone. Does need a little help from their neighbors though. This way you know that there are no hidden changes to your tone, which are then compounded when you start messing with different frequencies. This is mostly an issue when using the pedal in front of an amp, so if you're going to use it as a master eq for a powered wedge, it may not be a problem. After all, there is no replacement for hands on experience. Dead silent, which can be unusual in this price range, and can really transform your sound.
If you need the ultimate control over your tone, this the model you want to look at first. Why should guitars be any different? In other words, its ability to increase or decrease the level of the signal. The linear pot has a more consistent sweep and less high end is rolled off and strings sound consistent from 0-10. I've a few chinese knockoffs caline's bb preamp clone, Nux's flashback clone and Mooer's slow gear clone and i find they're pretty legit. I found it clouded up the sound to much for me, to many cons vs pros to me so to speak.
However, it sorely lacks a level setting feature, which is not technically complex to implement and would not create an overhead if so. That is the safest bet at the moment. In most cases, if you are not sure which pedal to go for, you can always turn to the model Boss has to offer and you will most likely be taken care of. This gives you the control you need without the extras. Settings 6 bands: 100 Hz, 200 Hz, 400 Hz, 800 Hz, 1.
A pedal correction can sometimes be useful and often required! I do not spare more. I had a mahogany body made by Boogie Bodies. While it might be too rugged for the most demanding users out there, most of us are more than happy with the kind of performance this thing has to offer. The M108S does indeed have 10 separate bands, which gives you more control over a wider audio spectrum, with deeper low end, and a brighter high end, plus more midrange control. They might be a bit rough around the edges, maybe even lacking the necessary durability at times, but they are absolute rulers of the affordable range within their respective categories. In sumamry, i find that chinese pedals have improved a lot.