Behringer EQ700 Graphic Equalizer Pedal

7-band EQ Pedal for Electric and Acoustic-electric Guitars
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Behringer EQ700 Graphic Equalizer Pedal
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An EQ Pedal Designed for Guitars

Capture your perfect sound with Behringer's Graphic Equalizer EQ700 effect pedal. The EQ700's 7-band EQ offers a 15dB boost of cut of each band. Make sure your guitar solo cuts through the mix by pushing the 800Hz and 1.6kHz range, or kill stubborn acoustic-electric feedback by reducing the 400Hz range. Sweetwater knows that every instrument has its own sound, and that an EQ pedal is the perfect way to make sure they sound their best. Give your rig a sonic boost with the Behringer Graphic Equalizer EQ700 effect pedal.

Behringer Graphic Equalizer EQ700 Effect Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Robust 7-band EQ designed for guitars
  • Each EQ band offers 15dB of boost or cut
  • Works great with electric and acoustic-electric instruments
  • A great tool for killing feedback issues on acoustic-electric instruments
  • Status LED tells you when the pedal is in use
  • Powered by a 9V battery or DC adapter
Dial in your ideal guitar sound with the Behringer Graphic Equalizer EQ700 effect pedal!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type EQ
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.125"
Width 2.75"
Depth 4.8"
Weight 0.73 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number EQ700

Customer Reviews

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Top Notch

Just needed to boost my solos a little but found this pedal to really shape my sound. Plastic body is pretty heavy duty and for the price clearly the very best EQ deal I have ever found!

Great Volume Booster

Ordered this pedal on a Tuesday and received it by Friday with the free shipping option. I bought this pedal for a volume boost during guitar solos. It didn't work for my "Dirty" channel but by running right after my distortion pedal in the clean channel, BAM! Exactly what I've been looking for. Very happy with this pedal!

Great affordable EQ Pedal!

I bought this EQ pedal to regulate bass and treble frequencies when I switch between my SG and my Les Paul. I also use it to keep signal flowing throughout my board. It's overall great! The only reason it's not five stars is because I experience a bit of hiss when it's turned on. But that's easily fixed by my Boss NS-2 that runs immediately before it in the signal flow.
Music background: Light Gigging Musician/Hobbyist

Electronics Good, Packaging Light.

This pedal does what it is supposed to. It will EQ your bass to fit your tastes. The only thing that surprised me about this pedal, is that they don't put felt under the slider pots to keep debris out. Usually with slider pots, there is a piece of felt that the sliders run through. This protects the pots from small objects falling into them. There is no felt on the one that I received. It will need to be protected even more than my other Behringer plastic pedals. The electronics work as described. It's a nice addition, if somewhat fragile for handling.
Music background: Giging musician.

AM Radio/Telephone Effect

Great pedal for getting that AM radio/over-the-telephone sound. Doesn't need to be fancy or expensive, just boost the 800 hertz band and drop the others. I am using it mainly in conjunction with a DIY Fuzz Face pedal to really nail that effect and it works like a charm. Also good for tweaking clean electric and piezo-acoustic tones, though be aware that it is not a true bypass pedal. I must say that the plastic case honestly does not seem like it will stand up to too much of a beating, but it should be fine for local gigging or a home studio environment. The fact that this pedal costs less than a quarter of the oft-acclaimed industry standard pedal it is clearly designed to compete with is something that cannot be ignored, though that particular pedal also possesses the advantage of being built like a tank. If you are particularly rough on stomp boxes, you might want to consider that one instead.
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