Ibanez DE7C Delay/Echo Pink
Ibanez DE7C Delay/Echo Pink

DE7C Delay/Echo Pink, Delay/Echo/Phrase Sampler for Guitar from Ibanez in the 7 series.

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All user reviews for the Ibanez DE7C Delay/Echo Pink

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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 3 reviews )
 2 reviews67 %
 1 user review33 %
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MGR/Alexander Fields07/06/2005

MGR/Alexander Fields's review"Ibanez DE 7 Delay Echo"

Ibanez DE7C Delay/Echo Pink
I get this thing in a local music store for about $100 USD

The knobs are easy to move, you can be as very accurate with the speed of the delay

this thing last about 3 months then it won´t work and I always had troubles to activate the effect, I don´t know if only my unit was damage but i´m sure i´ll never get any tone lock pedal

pretty damm hard thing I´m sure it will never broke up but i think the boss pedals are even better

Prove it and ask someone else who had bought it before you get one

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MGR/Steve's review"Ibanez DE-7 Delay Echo"

Ibanez DE7C Delay/Echo Pink
I bought it from the music store around the corner from my house for $69.99. I bought it because I needed a delay pedal for my solos!

I have the Ibanez Fuzz pedal, I don't use it anymore cause I don't really need it. I bought this pedal because I needed a cheap, but good, delay pedal, not a delay that will cost me $130+!?!? This pedal is great for what I need! It has a short delay that sounds sorta like a reverb(like you are in a big room!) The other delay is great for solos! I don't really use the long delay mode, I think that is pretty stupid, why play something, sit there and hear it play back?!? The long delay is only good for sound on sound, then it sound pretty cool! The best thing is how they are Tone-Lock! You can push in the knobs once you get your setting, so you won't loose it if you accidently hit the knob!

The delay is great, I never use the echo mode, sounds really bad, like the old tape echos. The echo usually gives off some strange unwanted feedback noise?! The other thing, the little switches to switch between delay times and delay mode, they are made of plastic, seems like they could break at any time? Also, sometimes the stupid pedal doesn't go on or off when I step on it, so I gotta step on it a little harder now?

Alreafy talked about it up in the don't like area.

Great delay, very worth the cheap price! Who cares if it doesn't have "reverse mode"!

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
MGR/Derek Mok11/17/2003

MGR/Derek Mok's review"Ibanez DE-7 Delay Echo"

Ibanez DE7C Delay/Echo Pink
Bought for $89.99 from Musician's Friend because I wanted to try to re-create The Edge's tone.

Rugged construction. Very, very good sound, especially for filling out wailing solo. Good controls for tweaking the sound. Without any experience with delay effects, I was able to get exactly what I wanted. And the Tone-Lok controls (which allow you to lock and recess the controls once you set them) are heavenly! Every pedal manufacturer should have something like this.

The footswitch is rugged, but also not hugely responsive because the battery compartment is right under it. Also, this pedal eats batteries like mad, and when it's low on juice, the effect becomes inaudible and kills the tone. A power supply may be desireable.

Good. They should, however, look at the spring-loaded footswitch and make it more sensitive without losing durability.

Given the sounds I'm able to get from this pedal, I highly recommend it despite its shortcomings. Ibanez hit the nail on the head with the Tone-Lok series.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com