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. Its powerful line-up of 86 diverse effects includes 16 chorus, 26 delay and 29 reverbs, including models of pedals cloned from the likes of Eventide, Strymon and TC Electronic. 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. Pedal extremely well thought out and looks solid. Stereo inputs and outputs, power supply via batteries or 9V DC classic.
According to several user reviews of The Zoom MS-70CDR MultiStomp, some users have praised it for the Reverbs sound great; Graphic EQ very transparent and very efficient; Huge range of delays and choruses; compact design. But some users also have complained for the chorus tones can’t live up to analogue; No external tap tempo jack.
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To restoring the factory settings of Zoom MS-70CDR, first power on while simultaneously press and holding the Parameter 1 (left) knob. When the display appears “All INITIALIZE”, press the FOOTSWITCH to start initialization of the program. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! Be sure you want to erase the memory and return the Zoom MS-70CDR to its factory default state before continuing with this procedure. Hopefully the article of “Restoring The Zoom MS-70CDR to Default Settings” was useful.
Reference: Zoom MS-70CDR Manual