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  • Equipe BEquipe B

    Ibanez DE7 Stereo Delay/EchoPublished on 10/08/04 at 05:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The DE7 is a delay-echo.
    This like all the Ibanez pedals of this series has the particularity of being able to return the knob to the pedals by simply pushing what keeps setting even when going over a jack.
    I m used in the beginning of Chiana (c is the first) mode with a very short echo maximum to be able to repeat from the notes into a sort of feedback but instentanne adjustable by turning the speed.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to see other reviews.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then c is the negative side of the pedal (and all those of the same series) the sound of the delay is ugly ad comparing other pedal as the boss or ibanez ad9 DD3 (old metal).
    As against the delay time is su…
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    The DE7 is a delay-echo.
    This like all the Ibanez pedals of this series has the particularity of being able to return the knob to the pedals by simply pushing what keeps setting even when going over a jack.
    I m used in the beginning of Chiana (c is the first) mode with a very short echo maximum to be able to repeat from the notes into a sort of feedback but instentanne adjustable by turning the speed.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to see other reviews.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then c is the negative side of the pedal (and all those of the same series) the sound of the delay is ugly ad comparing other pedal as the boss or ibanez ad9 DD3 (old metal).
    As against the delay time is super long 2600mm nothing to do with the rest.
    To each his own utility.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I possess 4 years since (d in I even had 2 for 2 years) a cheap pedal ave a very long delay but not very nice.
    To you to weigh ...
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  • fredianfredian

    Ibanez DE7 Stereo Delay/EchoPublished on 09/02/06 at 09:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See other opinions. For my part I find that, under its false air of a Soviet tank, this pedal is a little junk in all, including the switch to select the mode (delay / echo). and what she is ugly! (Okay you tell me, the point is precisely the sound ... well, we'll come!)

    still a good place (it must be the only one), the locking knobs after setting, it avoids as a result of any friction unfortunate that the buttons do not move.

    UTILIZATION

    Rigid snap. I find also that there is no huge difference between the mode delay and echo. at the sound, I spent some time tweaking the knobs in the hope of getting a nice rendering, but in vain ....

    SOUND QUALITY

    This, I think he s…
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    See other opinions. For my part I find that, under its false air of a Soviet tank, this pedal is a little junk in all, including the switch to select the mode (delay / echo). and what she is ugly! (Okay you tell me, the point is precisely the sound ... well, we'll come!)

    still a good place (it must be the only one), the locking knobs after setting, it avoids as a result of any friction unfortunate that the buttons do not move.

    UTILIZATION

    Rigid snap. I find also that there is no huge difference between the mode delay and echo. at the sound, I spent some time tweaking the knobs in the hope of getting a nice rendering, but in vain ....

    SOUND QUALITY

    This, I think he should stop misleading the poor unfortunates who would buy this pedal alone, based on the opinions admiring earlier (the persons concerned have they tried other delay before? saw the glowing review, I doubt it!): This "trick" or "thing" has its rotten (not to say that it sounds not at all), a real crap! it's cold and synthetic possible, even with a multi purpose low-end you can get better! it sounds not at all, regardless of the config and settings .. yuck!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tried this pedal for a good half hour when, after seeing the reviews on AF, I was ready to buy. well I can (try it before you DO NOT buy it) because it sounds really not. I preferred to save some and buy the super Ibanez AD9 analog, which itself looks like a delay (warm and deep guaranteed, just the opposite of that DE7)! short, if you do not throw 80 euros from the windows, do not buy this toy, for little more expensive, one can find much better OCCAZ!
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  • manukmanuk

    Ibanez DE7 Stereo Delay/EchoPublished on 12/02/07 at 01:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Two effects on close trs delay and echo tape
    Technology numrique
    Power Connector 1in 2out (effect and dry)

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration very simple two knobs and three switches rentrables
    Manuel sufficient but not necessary so the pedals is simple
    in terms of tempo switch SETTING THE I just noticed a handy dtail
    position 2 of 120 650 ms
    position 3 of 480 2600 ms
    120 x4 = 480
    650 x4 = 2600
    Both positions are dernires graduated in the same report so if the delay is cal with mtronome in position 2 it will also be in position 3 with a delay rptition 4 x more ... Not with Ibanez con ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    The delay is clean and the trs is rptition Fidler, the echo…
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    Two effects on close trs delay and echo tape
    Technology numrique
    Power Connector 1in 2out (effect and dry)

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration very simple two knobs and three switches rentrables
    Manuel sufficient but not necessary so the pedals is simple
    in terms of tempo switch SETTING THE I just noticed a handy dtail
    position 2 of 120 650 ms
    position 3 of 480 2600 ms
    120 x4 = 480
    650 x4 = 2600
    Both positions are dernires graduated in the same report so if the delay is cal with mtronome in position 2 it will also be in position 3 with a delay rptition 4 x more ... Not with Ibanez con ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    The delay is clean and the trs is rptition Fidler, the echo is dirtier rptitions overlap if they eventually saturate like on a real tape echo ...
    The sound palette is amazing for such a small PDAL
    Rverbe of cleanliness, and long delay infinite anything is possible ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    If I am the fly ... I Rasht or I kill the thief for rcuperer ...;-)
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  • kevHeinkevHein

    Ibanez DE7 Stereo Delay/EchoPublished on 12/22/07 at 04:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just acqurir for the scne and personal for me playing the dub is clearly a good investment! The possibilities of sounds psychs graces of the mod you tps tps rel delay in without frills are extra! While the sound is not as deep as the BOSS I also test but prices are not comparable! It's so nice to play out with 2 dry boxes that we are delighted with the pedals faster.

    UTILIZATION

    A solid pedals trs mtal the hull and pota rtractables (useful when a few sets foot anywhere including the pota).
    Grip trs simple but a vast palette of sounds trs.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Certainly as prcedemment said, there are pedals that sound much better this time but ibanez really happy scene of …
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    I just acqurir for the scne and personal for me playing the dub is clearly a good investment! The possibilities of sounds psychs graces of the mod you tps tps rel delay in without frills are extra! While the sound is not as deep as the BOSS I also test but prices are not comparable! It's so nice to play out with 2 dry boxes that we are delighted with the pedals faster.

    UTILIZATION

    A solid pedals trs mtal the hull and pota rtractables (useful when a few sets foot anywhere including the pota).
    Grip trs simple but a vast palette of sounds trs.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Certainly as prcedemment said, there are pedals that sound much better this time but ibanez really happy scene of the guitarists at an affordable price. The pedals should many people who want a sound that unusual.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it with a mat and a jet lag tl 72 custom personal and I am delighted.
    Résumé to:
    The pros: its affordability, trs sound correct; his grip comfortable sounds coming out of the mold a bit clean / overdrive, which avoids the potassium retractable to peter
    The -: finishing unattractive but I still advise you to try to make your own opinion.
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  • hildgenhildgen

    Ibanez DE7 Stereo Delay/EchoPublished on 01/03/08 at 03:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Delay numrique Mono / Stereo

    3 ratings: 30 160 ms
    120 650 ms
    480 2600 ms

    2 modes: ECHO / DELAY

    Rglages 3: DELAY TIME
    REPEAT
    DELAY LEVEL

    The delay time is as short as 30ms. Well, its a little long to make Doubling Stereo so be it.

    UTILIZATION

    Trs simple, see instructions here:
    https://www.ibanez.co.jp/world/products/effects/manual/de7.pdf

    SOUND QUALITY

    With the DELAY mode yields the typical grain dun numrique delay. The Premire rptitions Fidler are the source and the sound is ALTR little bit. While some delay may occur numriques cold enough, this is not the case of the latter, but all notices are in nature so if ever diagnosed a lack of heat, it sw…
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    Delay numrique Mono / Stereo

    3 ratings: 30 160 ms
    120 650 ms
    480 2600 ms

    2 modes: ECHO / DELAY

    Rglages 3: DELAY TIME
    REPEAT
    DELAY LEVEL

    The delay time is as short as 30ms. Well, its a little long to make Doubling Stereo so be it.

    UTILIZATION

    Trs simple, see instructions here:
    https://www.ibanez.co.jp/world/products/effects/manual/de7.pdf

    SOUND QUALITY

    With the DELAY mode yields the typical grain dun numrique delay. The Premire rptitions Fidler are the source and the sound is ALTR little bit. While some delay may occur numriques cold enough, this is not the case of the latter, but all notices are in nature so if ever diagnosed a lack of heat, it switches to ECHO and found a Analog is more grain - say that quickly rptitions Altres (a kind of grain low-loss fi daigus) and amne heat!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Toka TDL1 jOperation an old (and therefore a true analog dpoque) for 300 ms delay infrieurs and Ibanez DE7 delay for longer. Well, Obviously, the charm of analog Toka is irreplaceable but is far DE7 DTRE ridiculous mode as ECHO DELAY mode.
    On rglages, JOPT rptition 500ms for a single with a DELAY LEVEL low (thus rptition discrte, just to give depth). These conditions are that the grain of rptition did for me quune secondary importance.
    Résumé for this delay napporte no surprise, neither good nor bad, it is entirely consistent that jattends dun delay.
    Its a standard delay for a standard rate ncessitant fate guitarists do not HOLD or TAP TEMPO, which offers all of the same two colors rptition in a wide range of time delays .
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  • heads on fireheads on fire

    Dirt-cheap box, great tones!

    Ibanez DE7 Stereo Delay/EchoPublished on 09/09/11 at 08:56
    Modes - Echo (vintage-analog sounding) or Delay (more digital and clean)

    30 ms to 2.6 seconds of delay time

    Time, repeat, level, and a Range Switch (short or longer delays)

    Tone-Lok knobs - These are Ibanez proprietary "set and forget" pots that lock the settings by pushing the knob down into the pedal.

    Sturdy metal housing

    9v battery or adaptor input

    UTILIZATION

    This unit is very easy to use. All you have to do is plug in your guitar, twiddle the knobs, and enjoy! The Tone-Lok knobs are a life-saver on gigs, as they prevent the settings from accidentally being changed. I know that these are Ibanez pots, but I wish they were included on every single pedal ever made. …
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    Modes - Echo (vintage-analog sounding) or Delay (more digital and clean)

    30 ms to 2.6 seconds of delay time

    Time, repeat, level, and a Range Switch (short or longer delays)

    Tone-Lok knobs - These are Ibanez proprietary "set and forget" pots that lock the settings by pushing the knob down into the pedal.

    Sturdy metal housing

    9v battery or adaptor input

    UTILIZATION

    This unit is very easy to use. All you have to do is plug in your guitar, twiddle the knobs, and enjoy! The Tone-Lok knobs are a life-saver on gigs, as they prevent the settings from accidentally being changed. I know that these are Ibanez pots, but I wish they were included on every single pedal ever made. The stomp switch is rugged, as is the housing, and I feel like I could throw this out of a moving vehicle and still use it during a gig that night.

    SOUND QUALITY

    This pedal sounds great! Not just great for the price, but great period! I use the Echo mode exclusively; it gets some great self-regeneration, and sounds like an old analog delay pedal. The Delay mode sounds good, just not as good as the Echo.

    This is an excellent pedal for slap-back delays, and for weird/ambient soundscapes. For the "always on" tone, that guys like Joe Bonamassa and Eric Johnson use, this wouldn't be a bad pedal to throw into one's effects loop.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love writing reviews, but I was a little averse to writing this one, as I'm scared the word will get out on this pedal. It's an absolutely fantastic little box that can be found for next to nothing. If I needed another delay in a pinch, I'd buy one of these in a heartbeat. This is a pedal that I like so much I would gladly own more than one of just to have different settings in the same setup!

    In the same price class, one can find the Rocktron Short Timer. That pedal is also pretty decent, but doesn't do as much as the Ibanez DE-7 can do.
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  • pdecircepdecirce

    Ibanez DE7 Stereo Delay/EchoPublished on 08/06/08 at 13:46
    The Ibanez DE7 Delay/Echo is an analog pedal delivering slow echo to trilly fast reverb all on the stomp of the box. There is a 1/4'' in and two 1/4'' out's, as per usual for these pedals. The knobs on this pedal are a little tricky. There are two black toggles, 'mode' and 'range', meaning echo or delay and range of tone (khz) that will be affected. This means there's all sorts of different reverb or echo combinations. In addition there are three knobs 'delay time' 'repeat' and 'level.' These are all pretty sensitive and control various amounts, speeds and lengths of reverb and echo.

    UTILIZATION

    Truthfully, it's hard to differentiate delay and echo in general, let alone a rel…
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    The Ibanez DE7 Delay/Echo is an analog pedal delivering slow echo to trilly fast reverb all on the stomp of the box. There is a 1/4'' in and two 1/4'' out's, as per usual for these pedals. The knobs on this pedal are a little tricky. There are two black toggles, 'mode' and 'range', meaning echo or delay and range of tone (khz) that will be affected. This means there's all sorts of different reverb or echo combinations. In addition there are three knobs 'delay time' 'repeat' and 'level.' These are all pretty sensitive and control various amounts, speeds and lengths of reverb and echo.

    UTILIZATION

    Truthfully, it's hard to differentiate delay and echo in general, let alone a relatively low-end analog pedal. Echo is kind of close to reverb as it allows the original notes to sustain longer in sort of unison. A lot of old R&B and classic rock uses wash of echo and delay to make their voices/guitars sound bigger and more rock. Whereas delay actually repeats a note or series of notes. A perfect example is when Roger Waters sings "How could you go...when you know how i need you...need you..." etc. from The Wall. This is delay. So the pedal purports to do both things, but I find it best for delay. Also note that once the pedal is turned off the tone completely cuts, making it rather difficult to exit the effect; other pedals have a '3 second fade' making the delay sound more natural. The best remedy is to strike a note just as you turn the effect off.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound quality is the shining point as the delay and the echo are both rich in tone as many Ibanez pedals are. It is also durable with push button locking positions (they knew how sensitive the knobs were). Guitar, keyboards, even vocals and bass are suitable for this kind of effect. I use it for long lines of frequently repeating tone, so for example Pink Floyd style this is a great start.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Like I said, the off option is a bit rough, cutting the effect dry, but for psychedelic passages or to clip the delay to a sharp short blast for modern rock heavy rhythm, it's a fun pedal to have in your arsenal. The sound of the tones are high quality, but you may, down the road, be a little disappointed with the tonal choices in the 'range' option. A good first delay/echo pedal for sure, and it's fairly priced.
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