Zoom MS-70CDR Guitar Pedal


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Zoom MS-70CDR Guitar Pedal
Zoom MS-70CDR Guitar Pedal


Zoom MS-70CDR Guitar Pedal Chorus Delay Reverb – 86 Effects for Guitars, Bass & Keyboards – 6 Effects Can Be Used Simultaneously – Tap Tempo Delays – 32-Bit Floating-Point Microchip for Verb

Zoom MS-70CDR Guitar Pedal Designed to provide a multitude of easily-combined effects at the tap of your toe, the Zoom MS-70CDR Guitar Pedal Chorus Delay Reverb is a stompbox sporting delay, chorus, reverb, and more.

Zoom MS-70CDR Guitar Pedal features 86 custom effects, allowing you to combine six of them at once, and sports terminals that can handle the signals of guitars, basses—both active and passive—as well as line-level keyboards.

Its LCD screen is designed to be visible in low-light situations.

Up to six effects can be instantiated in tandem, arranged in whatever order you desire. To store your custom-tailored effects, there are 50 onboard patch-memory slots.

Furthermore, an Auto Save function will make sure that any edit you make to any preset you’ve created will, as the name suggests, be saved automatically.

You can cycle through 26 patches in any order you choose, thus satisfying your inevitable wish—if you’ve ever interfaced with a giant pedal board—to simply single-stomp your way through an entire set-list.

If the recording is on the agenda, the Zoom MS-70CDR Guitar Pedal Chorus Delay Reverb offers dual line-output jacks, and thus, allows you to route the byzantine effects of your own creation in stereo.

An onboard chromatic tuner and tap-tempo feature are also provided.

Zoom MS-70CDR Guitar Pedal Features

  • 86 guitar and bass effects, including modulation, equalization, delay, and reverb
  • Up to 6 effects can be used simultaneously, in any order
  • 50 memory locations for the storage of user-created patches
  • 40 preset patches
  • Patch cycling
  • The onboard chromatic tuner supports all standard guitar and bass tunings, including open and drops tunings
  • Tap Tempo for synchronization of delay times or modulation rates
  • Auto Save function for automatic saving of all patch parameters
  • Mono and stereo operation
  • 2 x 1/4″ input jacks for active and passive instruments
  • 2 x 1/4″ output jacks
  • Backlit LCD with contrast control for easy viewing in low-light environments
  • USB port for power and firmware updates
  • Comparably lightweight at 12.7 oz
  • Fits into any existing pedalboard
  • Runs on 2 AA batteries, with an alkaline battery life of up to 7 hours

Various Types of Effects


31 chorus and modulation effects for guitar and bass, including phasing, flanging, tremolo, vibrato, detuning, auto-panning, rotary.

speaker emulations, pitch-shifting, harmonizer, simulations of the .TC Electronic Corona Chorus and Tri-Chorus, simulations of the Boss CH-1

Super Chorus and CE-1 /CE-5 Chorus Ensembles, simulations of the MXR M234 Analog Chorus, and finally, simulations of the Electro-Harmonic Small Clone and ADA flanger


26 delays in mono and stereo—with delay times of up to 4 seconds—including reverse, multi-tap, pitch-shift, self-oscillating, and emulations of the Eventide Time Factor,.

MXR Carbon Copy, Maestro Echoplex EP-3, Line6 M9 TubeEcho, TC Electronic Flashback, Styron TimeLine, and Boss DD-20


25 naturalistic reverbs—made possible with a 32-bit floating-point microchip— including rooms, halls, arenas, plates, springs, and emulations of the TC Electronic Hall of Fame, the Nova, the Ditech RV-7, the Eventide Space, the Electro-Harmonic Holy Grail, and the Styron Blue-sky

Dynamic Effects and Filters

Two different graphic equalizers—one designed for guitar and the other for bass—as well as Zoom’s Noise Reduction (ZNR) algorithm

Weight0.54 kg




Simultaneous Effects

6 maximum

Patch Memory Banks


Sampling Frequency

44.1 kHz

AD/DA Conversion

24-bit, 128x over-sampling

Signal Processing

32-bit floating point and 32-bit fixed point

Frequency Response

20 Hz to 20 kHz (+1 dB / -3 dB into 10 kOhms load)




2 x 1/4" mono jacks

Rated Input

-20 dBm

Input Impedance

1 MOhm


2 x 1/4" mono jacks

Maximum Output Level

+5 dBm

Output Impedance

10 kOhms or more

Battery Type

2 x AA (LR6), alkaline

Continuous Battery Life

7 hours typical, 5 hours in stereo operations

Power Supply

9 VDC, 500 mA with center-pin negative


1 x mini-USB Type-B, firmware updates and bus-powering


(D x W x H) 5.1 x 3.1 x 2.3" / 13.0 x 7.8 x 5.9 cm


12.3 oz / 350.0 g (without batteries)

Package Weight

1.19 lb

Box Dimensions (LxWxH)

6.4 x 3.9 x 3.05"


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