Zoom Multi Stomp MS-70 CDR

Multi-effects device / pedal

  • For electric guitars, acoustic guitars and bass guitars
  • 86 Effect types from Chorus, Delay and Reverb spheres/types
  • Up to 6 effects at the same time
  • 50 Memory slots
  • Integrated chromatic tuner
  • Stereo inputs and stereo outputs
  • USB Connection for updates
  • EQ with tuned frequency bands for guitars
  • EQ with tuned frequency bands for basses
  • Weight: 350 grams without batteries
  • Operates via 2 x AA / LR6 batteries or optionally available power supply: Zoom AD-16, Article nr. 105835
  • Dimensions (L x W x H). 130.3 x 77.5 x 58.5 mm
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Further Information

Design Stompbox
Amp Modeling No
Drumcomputer No
Incl. Tuner Yes
Expression Pedal No
USB-Port Yes
Headphone Output No
MIDI Interface No
Line Out No
Battery Powered Yes
PSU included No

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white monocle , 07.06.2020
my biggest worry when i bought the pedal was that it will be extremely awkward to use. I'm very pleased to report that it is very intuitive, I got the hang of it almost instantly with no manual reading, I still had to take out the booklet to understand how to make an effect chain and how to tap tempo, but other than that very intuitive.

that sounds are very good for the price, it's definitely no strymon big sky (hence the four stars) but for the price, in my honest opinion, best bang for the buck, it's almost a no brainer. It can produce a wide range of sounds whether it is coupled with a guitar or synth, either it is used for lush pads or banging leads, traditional guiatr effects (plate, spring,hall etc.) to washy chorusy ambient guitars, its use is very wide and practical. I primarily use it for synth purposes (hooked up atm to a volca fm) and it really is incredible what it can do.

in conclusion, for the price I'd be hard pressed to believe that someone will not be happy with the sounds, build quality and intuitiveness of the pedal, it is a bit of a jack of all trades, master of none, but honestly i prefer that over a one trick pony :)
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Wottzittduu eh??, 22.11.2020
I bought this guitar effects pedal purely out of curiousity. I dont play guitar but was looking for a reasonable long reverb that could be tailored to suit pad sounds on a keyboard. I didn't know what to expect, but as its a Zoom, I knew that I wouldn't be dissapointed. I have the Zoom 505 which I bought years and years ago ,which is easy enough to navigate and this proves to be the case with this Zoom CDR.
I like the long tail reverbs and the delays are quiet good too . I'm still checking out the sounds that can be got from this pedal.
I'm happy with it, and you may be too.
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That extra pedal that is always handy and you love
DavidJGL, 16.11.2014
About the Zoom MS-70 CDR:

1 - It's the size of a Boss pedal. Well built, tough yet compact.
Has 2 ins and 2 outs [stereo] and a usb port for firmwear as well as to power the unit [quite handy, I would say].

2 - The effects in this unit are time-based mainly [a lot of Choruses, Delays, Reverbs, phaser, flanger...] and some extra goodies [such as Guitar and Bass EQs and a noise reduction that works like a charm].

3 - You can pair up to 6 effects in any order you want, even repeating the same effect.

4 - You'll get the hang of using it in a heart beat.

So, why getting one of these handy units instead of spending the same amount of money on just one effect?

Here is how I see it:


1 - Lets say you are new to effects. You don't have much of an idea about them and you'd like to know what they do and sound like.
You aren't sure you want to spend a lot on effects you may not enjoy that much over time; so you get the Zoom MS70-CDR because it has a lot to chose from and use [and the price tag is very... very... very reasonable].

2 - You start building your own pedalboard from scratch. You get the basic pedals you need for your core sound/tone first [assuming you already know what you want].
After that you get one of these Boss sized pedals to experiment with different "extras" that you may not consider to be fundamental to what you are aiming at, without braking your bank account.
Soon enough you find the quality of the effects in this little box are pretty good and you give it a place in your pedalboard to goof around with it.

3 - On the other hand, you may already have Chorus. Delay and Reverb units in your pedalboard but are somewhat curious about what it would sound like to pair them with - lets say - 6 extra choruses or 6 delays or any other mix of time based effects the CDR is full of.
Again, you find the quality of the effects in this little box are pretty good and you give it a place in your pedalboard to goof around with it.

4 - As a fourth example lets say you gig [occasionaly or professionaly] and have a pedalboard with enough time-based effects on it that cover a good portion of realestate and you are considering making it lighter.
You get one of these units and replace all your individual time-based pedals for this handy little box... because they sound quite good [and the single sized box takes less realestate on your pedalboard].

Bottom line:

It's a win-win scenario. Get one and enjoy.
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MUSICZONE, 12.11.2020
this can make everything better !
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