So I'm trying to decide on a good eq pedal. All three of these are 10 band graphic eqs, but are quite different otherwise. This is for live use, if it works for recording that's nice, but not necessary. I want to use it at or near the end of my pedal chain, for overall sonic changes, and maybe to adjust to the room. EQ2 - digital, ton of options, ui not great for creative tweaking live. M108S - analog, no options, but easy to tweak. EQ-200 - digital, with presets, has sliders for easy tweaking, but less features than EQ2 Does that cover it? The EQ2 on paper is clearly superior. Each band is parametric and the frequencies can be modified. It has a tuner, a noise gate, and up to 128 presets. It's easy enough to tweak eq band levels, but not as immediate as just grabbing a slider. The EQ-200 has presets and a couple of options for band frequencies. It has sliders, and a display. The M108S is analog. I'm not sure if there is any advantage to that at this price level. I'm not sure how much to weigh the ease of use in a live situation vs the obvious technical superiority of the EQ2. Does any of these 3 (or another equivalent model) have any sonic advantages?