Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp Chorus / Delay / Reverb Pedal

Multi-effects Guitar Pedal with Stompbox and Studio Effects, Built-in Tuner, USB Connector, and Large LCD Display
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Tons of Effects in a Single Pedal!

The Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp chorus/delay/reverb pedal houses a virtual library of effects processors and pedals in the size of a single stompbox-sized pedal. Choose from 86 modeled effects to create your ideal signal chain. A large LCD screen makes the MS-70CDR easy to use in any lighting condition. Right out of the box, this Zoom processor has 30 presets of gig-ready classic effects and 50 user presets, so you can design and save your own sounds. From rock to country to metal, the MS-70CDR is ready for any gig. Free up some space on your pedalboard with the power of the Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp chorus/reverb/delay pedal.

Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp Chorus/Reverb/Delay Pedal at a Glance:
  • Amazing models of classic effects
  • Intuitive interface makes managing your effects chain easy
  • Large LCD screen makes operation easy
Amazing models of classic effects

With the combination of up to six stompbox and rack effects, the Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp chorus/reverb/delay pedal is ready to dish out the sounds you need at your next gig. Classic effects include chorus, reverb, delay, flanger, vibrato, tremolo, and more. You can use up to six effects simultaneously to create big, lush sounds. Create a fat rockabilly slap-back echo or a cavernous delay, whatever you need the Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp can deliver.

Intuitive interface makes managing your effects chain easy

The Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp chorus/reverb/delay effects pedal sports a user-friendly graphical interface, featuring a large LCD display and analog-style cursor keys/parameter knobs. With the MS-70CDR, creating, saving, and rearranging your effects chain (both live and the studio) has never been easier.

Large LCD screen makes operation easy

The Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp effects pedal has a large LCD display built-in, so you can instantly see your settings. You'll love being able to see exactly what your preset's settings are with this big, backlit display. There's nothing worse than having to guess how your knobs are set and messing everything up at a show. Three parameter controls let you tweak settings quickly. A set of cursors built-in around the footswitch let you dig deeper into presets and functions on the Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp chorus/reverb/delay pedal.

Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp Chorus/Reverb/Delay Pedal Features:
  • Compact multi-effects processor
  • 86 stompbox effects
  • Effects include chorus, reverb, delay, tremolo, flanger, and more
  • Large LCD screen
  • 30 preset patches and 50 used patches
  • Stereo in and out
  • Great for guitar, keyboard, bass, pedal steel, and more
  • Built-in chromatic tuner
Add a ton of firepower to your pedalboard with the Zoom MS-70CDR effects pedal!

Additional Media

MS-70CDR MultiStomp Chorus/Delay/Reverb Pedal User Manual
Zoom Updates MS Series Pedals
Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp Chorus/Delay/Reverb Pedal Demo
Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp Chorus/Delay/Reverb Pedal Demo

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Multi-FX
Number of Effects 86
Analog Inputs 2 x Instrument
Analog Outputs 2 x 1/4" (TS)
Computer Connectivity USB
Batteries 2 x AA (Included)
Height 2.3"
Width 3.05"
Depth 5.13"
Weight 0.77 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number ZMS-70CDR

Customer Reviews

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best multi pedal

extremely easy to use and to learn, menus are easy to understand and navigate, there may be better effects pedals but this one is the best compromise between high quality effects and simplicity, loaded with every chorus + flange + echo + reverb + delay + EQ you need and with the ability to string up to 6 effects in any order quick and easy, i use this velcroed to the top my my ms-20 mini making the synth sound even more awesome, another layer of sound design, also using this with a mic for a low cost and effective vocal designer

One-stomp shop

I am using this unit for a small fly-rig, and I couldn't be happier. As always Mike Godlove and the Sweetwater crew came through with flying colors. The unit itself is perfect for scaling down a huge pedalboard. A lot of the chorus, delay, and reverb sounds in this unit rival their stand-alone counterparts. I could have used some more flanger and phaser control and/or options, but for the money, this is close as you can get to "having everything" as far as modulation and time-based effects. Anything close to being better costs 4 times as much. This unit is why they invented the phrase "champagne taste on a beer budget".
Music background: Semi-pro (schlub)

Great pedal for synths

I got this pedal to add an extra layer of effects to a synthesizer (Roland Gaia) and it works well with it. Obviously some of the effects are specifically designed for guitar/bass and don't work exactly as intended with a synth, but on the whole having some very good modelled chorus units along with the reverbs and delays - including two tape echoes - really enhances the sound of the Gaia. A huge variety of effects can be had with a little tweaking and chaining of the effects modules - up to six can be used for a preset, but some effects take a lot of processing power which causes the DSP Full message to appear, so a little forward planning is required when chaining the effects together. The menus are easy to get around, and the screen, although small, is clear and provides good visual feedback. No problems with clipping/distortion running stereo line-level inputs, I've tried it with a couple of synths and a drum machine, and the outputs - going straight to a Zoom R24 - are plenty loud enough with no background noise. If noise is a problem, Zoom have helpfully put a noise reduction unit in this thing, which will solve that issue. I would definitely recommend this pedal to any keyboard players who are looking to add a good all-round effects unit to instruments that have either minimal or no effects built in.
Music background: Composer/Arranger


Wow. I love it. Eventide, MXR, TC-Electronics, Boss, Digitech, Time Line, ADA, Line6, Electro Harmonix, Fenders Reverb, Maestro Echoplex and ZOOMs own effects etc. These effects are so well simulated. They sound scary good. I wish this came out long ago. I could of saved alot of money and space. Worth checking out. One of 'Best in Show' by Guitar World!!!
Music background: Guitarist

Got it Right

I had tried last generation zoom pedals some years ago and was not impressed. But wanted effects only to run through a tube amp loop with no amp modeling. Tried all the boards that went from ho hum to wouldn't work in the loop. So gave the MS 70CDR a try. This pedal is awesome. It sports numerous brand names they've sampled that sound true, simple to use and are great sounding effects. Especially important if you want to maintain your tube amp quality and have great options for C-D-R in one stomp size pedal.
Music background: Pro Musician

Sweetwater Advice

Kris Eckman

I've created ambient and psychedelic music for years. Even on a shoestring budget, I'm always looking for new and interesting effects. The affordable Zoom MS-70CDR gives me all of the high-fidelity reverb, delay, and modulation styles I need. Best of all, it lets me customize and stack them to create sounds I've never heard before. I rarely record without it!
See also: Multi Effects Pedals, Zoom, Zoom Chorus Pedals, Zoom Multi-effects, Zoom Reverbs and Delays