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Ibanez EM5 Echo Machine
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Ibanez EM5 Echo Machine

Delay/Echo/Phrase Sampler for Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the SoundTank series.

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Ibanez EM5 Echo Machine Published on 10/23/07 at 01:32
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A digital echo pedal that emulates the sound to echo bande.pas backups possible. jack on ...
switch and 3 knobs: echo, speed, repetition. Alim 9V battery or mains.

UTILIZATION

Not very complicated to use. Just set the knobs. The case is plastic, but solid. Regrettably potards.C sensitivity is not always easy to régler.J 've recement a break in the strength to do with hacking (this is one of the main interests of the pedal)

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is rather cold. However, it is the digital ... degradation repeats is rather well reproduced, without equaling the original. It was a rather versatile pedal: you just get a slap echo short, type rockab (especially coupled with a......
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A digital echo pedal that emulates the sound to echo bande.pas backups possible. jack on ...
switch and 3 knobs: echo, speed, repetition. Alim 9V battery or mains.

UTILIZATION

Not very complicated to use. Just set the knobs. The case is plastic, but solid. Regrettably potards.C sensitivity is not always easy to régler.J 've recement a break in the strength to do with hacking (this is one of the main interests of the pedal)

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is rather cold. However, it is the digital ... degradation repeats is rather well reproduced, without equaling the original. It was a rather versatile pedal: you just get a slap echo short, type rockab (especially coupled with a tremolo and overdrive) or "sound of the cave" to Tom Waits, type delay.Mais up sounds good, it's not a DD6.
The hack allows you to find the sounds of the first floyd ... happiness.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it from a friend OCCAZ, 4 years ago. I thought part with it for the benefit of one type DD6 delay, but I realize that the use is not the same, and it makes the sound I need in an area lo-fi psychedelic. .. I keep it!
if you find it for cheap do not hesitate.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: EM5 Echo Machine
  • Series: SoundTank
  • Category: Delays/Echos/Phrase Samplers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 03/30/2007

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Other names: em5 echo machine, em5 echomachine, em5echomachine, em 5 echo machine, em5echo machine

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