The GRAPHIC EQUALISER EQ700 provides
total control over your tone and puts the brakes on annoying
feedback, no matter what the performance situation. You can
instantly improve the sound of your guitar with a little help from
the BEHRINGER EQ700.
With 15 dB of available boost or cut per band (that’s a lot!), the
EQ700’s seven frequency bands have been carefully optimized to
provide the ultimate tools for EQing the guitar. Of course, to make
full use of the EQ700’s capabilities, it helps to first understand
some basics about the frequency range of your axe.
The EQ700 covers the audio spectrum from below 100 Hz to over 6.4
kHz, allowing you to effectively cut or boost specific frequencies
to help focus your sound. Special attention has been paid to the
critical midrange frequencies, which can make or break your tone.
The following section offers tips that will have you sculpting the
perfect guitar sound in no time at all.
Most performers don’t have a clue about what good equalization can
do for their sound. Maybe you’ve heard the old maxim, “Make a
sine-wave to get really good sound,” or “Make a smiley-face, that
always works.” Sadly, this qualifies as advice from the uninformed.
Just as every room is unique, so is every musical instrument. Even
guitars made by the same manufacturer, using the same materials, on
the same day can vary a great deal.
People provide a good example of this principal—although we are all
similar, we don’t all wear the same size shoes, or even have the
same color eyes. There is no one “perfect” equalisation curve that
fits every scenario; equalisation is dynamic.
Most acoustic and electric guitar energy lies between 100 Hz and 6.4
kHz. Even slight changes in this range can cause a tremendous
variation in overall energy and impact, as the human ear is
especially sensitive to this range.
Boosting frequencies around 200 Hz - 400 Hz often provides warmth
and body, while boosting frequencies in the 3.2 kHz - 6.4 kHz range
adds clarity to clean guitar signals. Depending on the amount of
distortion, this same range can ruin the sound of an overdriven
electric guitar by adding harsh harmonics.
One of the most common mistakes is adding too much bass to acoustic
guitars. If the low frequencies are boosted excessively, acoustics
can easily get lost in the overall mix. Most acoustic guitars are
also prone to feedback in the 200 Hz - 400 Hz range.
A general rule of thumb—the best results are often achieved by
finding and reducing the frequency bands that are offending, and
then turning up the overall volume, rather than boosting one
Shape your sound and eliminate feedback with 7
bands of equalisation
This BEHRINGER product has been designed to compete head to head with leading
products on the market
Wide frequency range from 100 Hz to 6.4 kHz with a powerful 15 dB boost/cut per
Blue status LED for effect on/off and battery check
Runs on 9 V battery or the BEHRINGER PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)
First-class electronic on/off switch for highest signal integrity in bypass mode
High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
3 Year Warranty