The Zoom MS-70CDR+:
Your New Modulation Station

The MS-70CDR+ gives musicians 149 spatial effects ranging from lush choruses to crystal-clear delays to atmospheric reverbs. This single stompbox can shape your tone and provide endless depth and textures.

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MS-70CDR+

A Deep Dive into Chorus, Delays, Reverbs & More

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Chorus

43 different chorus and modulation effects that add depth and motion to your sound including phasing, flanging, tremolo, vibrato, detuning, and pitch shifting.

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Delays

Featuring 29 mono and stereo delays with delay times of up to 4 seconds. Choose from a variety of delays including tape echo, ping-pong, and multi-tap.

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Guitarist selecting a reverb effect on the MS-70CDR+

Reverbs

33 sophisticated studio-quality reverbs. From spring and plate reverbs to giant hall and arena reverbs.

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Guitarist Kappa Tanabe using the MS-70CDR+ while playing guitar

Dynamics / Filters

Round out your sound with 44 dynamic and filter effects, such as EQ’s, Compression, Noise Reduction, and Special Effects.

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adjusting the effect's parameters on the MS-70DCR+

Expanded Controls

The MS-70CDR+ offers expansive parameters for each effect, allowing you to dive deep into tweaking your tone.

selecting a premade patch on the MS-70CDR+

Define Your Sound

Use a singular effect or up to 6 effects simultaneously to create unique tones. Save your creations in one of the 100 patch slots, or use the 80 preset patches as inspiration to get you started.

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guitarist, Kappa Tanabe using the MS-70CDR+

Next Generation Circuitry 

Newly designed analog circuits provide more fidelity for improved sound quality. The flat phase response provides sharp attacks and clean low end.

MS-70CDR+ with stereo output

Everything's Better in Stereo.

The MS-70CDR+ has stereo input jacks that accept signals from passive and active guitars, as well as line-level devices such as synthesizers. Its dual line-level output jacks enable you to record and perform with the MS-70CDR+’s stereo effects.



using the MS-70CDR+ with a keyboard

Soundscapes Are Key

For musicians looking to add lush layers to their synths or keyboards, the MS-70CDR+ provides high-quality effects that are perfect for adding atmosphere and character to your sound.

Change Patches With MIDI



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With USB MIDI, you can connect the MS-70CDR+ to other MIDI gear to remotely trigger patch changes.

Enhanced Navigation


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Color Coded LCD Screen

The LCD backlight changes color to make it easier to distinguish each category of effects while scrolling.

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Adjusting parameters with the navigation control knobs

Control Knobs

Adjusting and tweaking parameters for each effect can be done with the four encoder knobs.

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Using the Cross Key Switches on the MS-70CDR+

Cross Key Switches

The Cross Key switches allow you to instantly switch between effects and patches with a tap of your foot.

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foot stomping on the sturdy MS-70CDR+

Sturdy Build

The MS-70CDR+ is built around a metal frame designed to withstand the rigors of live performances.

view of the MS-70CDR+ DC power location and USB-C location on unit

Power Options

The MS-70CDR+ runs on 2 AA batteries, USB power or AC power.

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using the tuner on the MS-70CDR+

Tune-Up

The onboard chromatic tuner uses the color backlight to give visual feedback to help you tune quickly and accurately. It supports all standard guitar tunings as well as open & drop tunings.

using Guitar Lab with the MS-70CDR+

Handy Guitar Lab

With a growing library of patches and effects, guitarists can continue to expand their sound with the Handy Guitar Lab for MS-70CDR+ app for iOS. 

*Coming Soon to the App Store.

Control space and time with the MS-70CDR+

Hear It: Sound Samples