ME-70: Modulation List
The following is the Modulation list for the ME-70:
CHORUS: This effect adds subtle wavering to transform the tone into one that is broader, thicker, and more beautiful.
PHASER: This effect creates a sweeping, phase-shifted sound.
FLANGER: This creates a modulation effect like the rising and falling sound of a jet engine.
ROTARY: This effect produces the sound of rotating speakers.
UNI-V: This models the Uni-Vibe, an effect that's part of the rock sound of the 1960s.
TREMOLO: This produces a retro effect though cyclical changes in the volume level.
VIBRATO: This produces an intense vibrato effect unobtainable with normal guitar playing.
HARMONIST: This creates harmonies reminiscent of twin guitars. (Play only single notes when using the harmonist effect).
OCTAVE: This imparts thickness by adding sound an octave lower. (Play only single notes when using the octave effect).
DELAY: This delays the sound to produce an echo-like effect. At delay times of 100 to 990ms (milliseconds), you can use it as a secondary delay.