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  • BenjiARBenjiAR

    Ibanez SB7 Synthesizer BassPublished on 01/23/05 at 05:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See www.ibanez.com, yad samples ossi;)

    UTILIZATION

    Then, there has 2cotés the beast, the first of that branch after unpacking waaaaw beautiful and well shaped, well defined, a nice synth! (Unlike the BOSS is 3 ki foisle price) and after, we see the need to fiddle the knobs to find the sound for a component ... the samples are good with the settings that come with the site BEYOND brand!

    SOUND QUALITY

    While sound quality, jadore, but as I say is have fun with a little pti before esortir sound worthy of 75euros (cheap) Otherwise very good record, no "Eating frequency" due to the torture of the signal. Frankly stunning! Nickel Solos for a little shabby .. Wah has the disto…
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    See www.ibanez.com, yad samples ossi;)

    UTILIZATION

    Then, there has 2cotés the beast, the first of that branch after unpacking waaaaw beautiful and well shaped, well defined, a nice synth! (Unlike the BOSS is 3 ki foisle price) and after, we see the need to fiddle the knobs to find the sound for a component ... the samples are good with the settings that come with the site BEYOND brand!

    SOUND QUALITY

    While sound quality, jadore, but as I say is have fun with a little pti before esortir sound worthy of 75euros (cheap) Otherwise very good record, no "Eating frequency" due to the torture of the signal. Frankly stunning! Nickel Solos for a little shabby .. Wah has the distortion through the real synth ... The ball

    OVERALL OPINION

    I will summarize bennn pa cke I put audessus: p If I had to do it again, I chilled! But I would recommend going for it is not the esseyer sound mat ... we recognize the SB7 ... .. The bottom off .. : D
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  • JofreeJofree

    Ibanez SB7 Synthesizer BassPublished on 08/08/05 at 01:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Synthtiseur bass pedals format with the famous Tone knobs-Lock (Sens, Frequency, Resonance and Level). Mode 1 slecteur 3 positions: autowah, and Synth1 Synth2. 1 Decay slecteur 2 positions: Slow and Fast. Powered by battery or by sector.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration plutt complex but for finding a ventail sounds quite broad. We must spend some time on the beast in order to extract the very substance.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Not much to say except that if you have time on your hands, you will find a multitude of sounds synthtiss for bass that will leave you speechless. Some are rglages INTERESTED try with a guitar pedals but this remains primarily Designed for bass.

    OVERALL OPI…
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    Synthtiseur bass pedals format with the famous Tone knobs-Lock (Sens, Frequency, Resonance and Level). Mode 1 slecteur 3 positions: autowah, and Synth1 Synth2. 1 Decay slecteur 2 positions: Slow and Fast. Powered by battery or by sector.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration plutt complex but for finding a ventail sounds quite broad. We must spend some time on the beast in order to extract the very substance.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Not much to say except that if you have time on your hands, you will find a multitude of sounds synthtiss for bass that will leave you speechless. Some are rglages INTERESTED try with a guitar pedals but this remains primarily Designed for bass.

    OVERALL OPINION

    J'l'utilise for 2 years and bought OCCAZ dipstick for 60. I can not compare with the Boss MODEL (which side he seems three times as much) or other but I'm pretty happy. Obviously, this kind of effect does not go all the sauces but agrmente furious sound of a bass 70 'groovy.
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  • manukmanuk

    Ibanez SB7 Synthesizer BassPublished on 11/02/07 at 13:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Auto-wah synth mode two
    Analog
    Pottards 4 and 2 switches
    power supply in and out
    Metal pedals

    UTILIZATION

    Simple
    We must seek to find rglages volume dclenchement desu filter and then it's heaven
    Manuel sufficient

    SOUND QUALITY

    I use a jazz bass with us and an Ibanez Ergodyne 5 string and a Gretsch Baritone.
    This simply dchire autowah ... The once well rgl is excellent slap ...
    No loss of frequencies.
    A nice little Fuzz a synthetic
    And a synth mode allows a pallet of sounds
    excellent rhythmic support, it really fills
    should particulirement music electro

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs good price quality ratio
    I definitely Rasht
    more like a syn…
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    Auto-wah synth mode two
    Analog
    Pottards 4 and 2 switches
    power supply in and out
    Metal pedals

    UTILIZATION

    Simple
    We must seek to find rglages volume dclenchement desu filter and then it's heaven
    Manuel sufficient

    SOUND QUALITY

    I use a jazz bass with us and an Ibanez Ergodyne 5 string and a Gretsch Baritone.
    This simply dchire autowah ... The once well rgl is excellent slap ...
    No loss of frequencies.
    A nice little Fuzz a synthetic
    And a synth mode allows a pallet of sounds
    excellent rhythmic support, it really fills
    should particulirement music electro

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs good price quality ratio
    I definitely Rasht
    more like a synth than a bassball
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