Guyatone ME2 Micro Equalizer


  • 150Hz
  • 500Hz
  • 1kHz
  • 2.5kHz
  • 4.5kHz
  • Level



If you're like most guitar players then you've probably spent a lot of your hard-earned money and even more of your precious time working to attain the perfect guitar tone. However, the fact remains that no matter how great your rig is it can sound different from room to room and gig to gig and may not be suitable for every musical style or situation.

The ME-2 Micro Equalizer let's you compensate for these different rooms and applications with ? 12dB of equalization over five separate frequency bands and ? 12 dB of output Level boost or cut. The frequency bands covered were carefully selected for optimum performance with electric guitar and include 150 Hz, 500 Hz, 1 kHz, 2.5 kHz, and 4.5 kHz.

To obtain maximum tone control with a limited number of frequency bands, the ME-2's filter circuit is specially tuned by lowering the "Q" (peak frequency) and enlarging the bandwidth of each frequency band. The result is a reduction of phase cancellation (muddy, thin sounds) at frequency crossover points, improved tonal character with lower noise levels, and increased tonal variation without peaking of any particular frequency band. The ME-2's versatile tone offerings allow it to be used as a notch filter, a feedback eliminator, or a clean level booster with no EQ.

Avoid being caught with anything less than great tone - Level your playing field with the ME-2!

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  • Input Impedance
    470K ohm
  • Output Impedance
    1k ohm
  • Max Input Level
  • Max Output Level
  • Max Amplitude
  • Power Voltage
    DC9V (Battery) / DC9 V (AC Adaptor DC9V/200 mA (Center -/Sleeve +))
  • Current Consumption
    10 mA
  • Dimensions
    2.75" W x 3.875" L x 1.5" H
  • Weight (w/o battery)
    8.0 oz

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