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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to use, really, April 24, 2010
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J. Zambrano (Caracas, Venezuela.) - See all my reviews
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Easy to use, really!

I bought this unit based on the reviews they said it was "very easy to use and the Chorus and Delay effects were very good, but the distortions were not very good !...". In my opinion this Pedalboard is very complete, and all the effects are really good, (Distortions, Delays, Chorus, Flanger, etc ...), and the looper is addictive. Overall this pedal is all in the correct proportion.

the only cons to mention is that not brought the power supply in the box. Boss should be placed, just imagine that you buy a car but this does not come with tires! is frustrating. also considered that the manual should bring more information, because the manual that is downloaded from the site brings a few more things.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Purchased today, December 28, 2011
This review is from: Boss ME-70 Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal (Electronics)
I agree with other reviews that Boss exploits its customers by insisting the $300 pedal have the PSA supply, but sells it separately. It's a cheesy way to meet a price point without really doing it. I used a OneSpot power supply I had already, and it works fine. Just glad I didn't have to shell out $20 more to Boss for something they should have provided with the ME70.

The first thing I noticed is that the tuner is not too good. You get a letter, with an arrow on each side, and it's not very responsive.

The Korg-style dial-in reverb controls are easy, but extremely limited. Expected better. You get either room or hall. Neither are that realistic.

Going from manual patch-level to bank-level is awkward. It may just take practice.

Next thing I noticed is the delay level does not respond as expected. If I set the E. level (delayed signal level, or balance) at around thirty, it can be clearly heard. When overdrive or boost is added the... Read more
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Why this product doesn't come with a wall adapter?!, May 18, 2010
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I like the processor. I play mainly blues and I found a lot of combinations to satisfy my urge for perfect blues sound.
BUT WHY IN THE WORLD a simple wall adapter is not included?! It only comes with batteries.
You have to separately buy a Boss PSA-120S Boss AC Adapter.I find that silly.
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Boss ME-70 Demo

Boss ME-704Admin2013-11-03 19:46:27Although the GT series has basically taken Boss multi-effects, jacked them up on steroids and bundled enough effects under the hood for a lifetime of sonic exploration, the ME-70 still has its benefits. As the larger sibling of the ME-25, it’s loaded with much of the same features, except that its increased size allows for greater hands-free control.