Source Audio Programmable EQ is a compact, digital, graphic-equalizer pedal.
A graphic-eq is a good tool when playing live because you can quickly see which settings you have made.
The Source Audio EQ even lights up in green. However the scale is a little small and can be hard to read. Luckily the knob for adjusting the EQ has a clicking feeling and every click is 1db.
The true bypass EQ has another important feature: It can store up to four presets and scroll through them, making it convenient to select different presets for different songs or solo/ backing or two different instruments.
The Programmable EQ also provides a output knob for leveling or boosting the eq'ed signal.
In my testing I played a couple of instruments through my amplifier with the EQ in the effects loop.
First I played my old german fiddle equipped with a Bradivarius bridge pickup.
I wanted to tweak a couple of frequencies. I adjusted the EQ set the output level and then saved my setting. Here is the result:
I have also made a couple of samples with the new Remic v5200-1b microphone.
Adjustments may look like the same setting I used for the Bradivarius. But the cuts are only at 2-3db. Here is the Remic v5200-lb with the Source Audio in the loop: