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Distortion from Ibanez belonging to the 7 series.

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  • braizebraize

    Ibanez SH7 7th HeavenPublished on 07/22/03 at 03:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Distortion effects pedal very simple one between an output jack battery power adapter or a 9 volt drive a level 2 band equalizer and a noise supressor 2 mode distortion

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use but can not use those who have actually tried to understand me it is simple as a normal pedal but it's so impossible to get good sound ... we never use it

    SOUND QUALITY

    Absolutely disgusting pedal'm saying to 7-string guitar but it is really nulach 'it is impossible to find its understandable, this distortion is just audible when playing two notes at the same time ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    C not me who bought this pedal c he a friend for 3 years it's been two years sinc…
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    Distortion effects pedal very simple one between an output jack battery power adapter or a 9 volt drive a level 2 band equalizer and a noise supressor 2 mode distortion

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use but can not use those who have actually tried to understand me it is simple as a normal pedal but it's so impossible to get good sound ... we never use it

    SOUND QUALITY

    Absolutely disgusting pedal'm saying to 7-string guitar but it is really nulach 'it is impossible to find its understandable, this distortion is just audible when playing two notes at the same time ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    C not me who bought this pedal c he a friend for 3 years it's been two years since he no longer used do not buy this pedal buy the SM7 which is much better in my opinion (and in addition it is cheaper!)
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  • ClemendtClemendt

    Ibanez SH7 7th HeavenPublished on 12/07/05 at 11:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Distortion apprement like the other (oh no!)
    a small selcteur two positions for another Manir to play, which is also zero.
    small knobs: gain, low, high, level
    o can not see any diffrence between 5 and 10 when we play!!
    and three selectors for the nose-gate, yet it is the only lment "positive" this pedals!

    UTILIZATION

    It pedals like the other one is simple, the knobs are recognizable (though ugly and big buttons)
    the manual is in Chinese, English, Allement, Afghan, Arabic, Mars and a quarter page in French to explain "how to change a battery" !!!!!
    sounds are inaudible, but sufficient, no diffrence with the knobs 5 or ten!

    SOUND QUALITY

    It is a distortion li…
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    Distortion apprement like the other (oh no!)
    a small selcteur two positions for another Manir to play, which is also zero.
    small knobs: gain, low, high, level
    o can not see any diffrence between 5 and 10 when we play!!
    and three selectors for the nose-gate, yet it is the only lment "positive" this pedals!

    UTILIZATION

    It pedals like the other one is simple, the knobs are recognizable (though ugly and big buttons)
    the manual is in Chinese, English, Allement, Afghan, Arabic, Mars and a quarter page in French to explain "how to change a battery" !!!!!
    sounds are inaudible, but sufficient, no diffrence with the knobs 5 or ten!

    SOUND QUALITY

    It is a distortion like other ... without the fun!
    after two or three days, it no longer mounts in the treble, the distortion is out of breath !!!!!!
    I pity the fans who have this mtal pedals, you can not play a note without hearing noises grins!
    you can not notice if your guitar is when you play dsacorde how the sound is almost inaudible!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I started with the guitar distortion!
    I liked the sounds a little grunge, but when it will be well aware, it's more the hubbub that comes out of this one sound dirty the Mudhoney!
    playing, it causes ugly overtones, a style of "p !!!!" rather like a whistle that sounds!
    the pedals are convenient when you can not play because it hides all your sound!
    the price is low (40 euros) but it's not fair, it should give us 40 euros so we take it !!!!!
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  • Anonymous

    Ibanez SH7 7th HeavenPublished on 10/09/06 at 04:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    IDEM

    UTILIZATION

    Just turn the knobs so that nothing happens.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The PDAL is a joke. Try a Fender Twin Reverb Fender with a Schecter 7-string, a Gibson. The sound is lousy, no attack, soup. Even a low E does not pass then in a 7th chord ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bought to complete the series of pedal in the studio (The PM7 is a good trs pedals so I say ...). In short, I leave the studio to the guitarists who laugh trying.
  • Big Job HeadBig Job Head

    Ibanez SH7 7th HeavenPublished on 06/09/07 at 07:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Disto classic.
    2 position selector for the "type" of its
    3 position selector for the noise gate (I think it's been so long since I've touched more)
    in / out
    4 knob: gain, low, high, level
    characteristics have not look like that frowned upon but it is always best on paper (the stage where it should have stayed) than in reality.
    I put 0 for the pleasure of seeing the note down.

    UTILIZATION

    Ben is a pedal which, you move the knobs to find (rather by not finding) a sound, we support and miracle: an infamous Boullie sound.
    I put 0 for the same reason as before.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I find the sound very clean and almost approaching a triple rectified, I also stated t…
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    Disto classic.
    2 position selector for the "type" of its
    3 position selector for the noise gate (I think it's been so long since I've touched more)
    in / out
    4 knob: gain, low, high, level
    characteristics have not look like that frowned upon but it is always best on paper (the stage where it should have stayed) than in reality.
    I put 0 for the pleasure of seeing the note down.

    UTILIZATION

    Ben is a pedal which, you move the knobs to find (rather by not finding) a sound, we support and miracle: an infamous Boullie sound.
    I put 0 for the same reason as before.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I find the sound very clean and almost approaching a triple rectified, I also stated that I am born deaf.
    The sound is muted, yet I have nothing against a good sound dirty but much must still be able to distinguish the notes played.
    notes overlap, it drools, EQ is useless and I do not mean the noise gate, in the clear sole function well in this pedal is that you can cut it (phew).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it like that without testing it because I liked the key she had. Since I test everything.

    Seriously engineers who designed this pedal to be deaf and then completely filled. My opinion is that they did not even try it before the market if it's mouth full of foutage.
    Everyone will have understood that this pedal is one of the worst, if not worse, distos on the market.
    Do not buy, it does not even deserve that focuses the eye on her.

    edit the 21/05/20006
    That's it! Finally a practical use for this pedal! I fully boned to collect coins and change my dictation magic. Thank you Ibanez.

    edit of 09/06/2007
    but what this pedal it is rotten! happy that he's mienne.c gun is like a playstation, it's good to blows of a club in!
    go to the trouble I increase the note.non j'déconne.
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