Ibanez CF7 Stereo Chorus/Flanger
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Ibanez CF7 Stereo Chorus/Flanger

CF7 Stereo Chorus/Flanger, Flanger for Guitar from Ibanez in the 7 series.

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-Livingroom- 01/23/2014

Ibanez CF7 Stereo Chorus/Flanger : -Livingroom-'s user review

«  Great to see the effect and experiment. »
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Chorus / Flanger and stereo analog, non-editable computer therefore standard guitar pedal format. Powered by 9v battery or standard, the hull is solid metal. Jack in, jack out and roll youth!

UTILIZATION

AU level config, there is a switch to go from chorus flanger, another to switch from normal mode to Krazy mode, and 4 knobs "rentrables" within finger pressure which is a great idea to retain its settings and available on this whole series of effects. 4 knobs give the effect settings: depth, speed of the effect, a time delay, and a knob "regen", which feeds more or less effect, dosing with his ears to understand.

In short, there is a chorus sound quite easily, flanger it is always tricky, especially live, but for my part I have used in chorus. *
In the least, there is the LED that illuminates very little.

SOUND QUALITY

The effects are generally realistic, we move the spatial light at magnification of a clean up his psychedelic experiments by putting all the knobs on the right. The big surprise on the chorus comes krazy mode, which allows to surpass the chorus, push beyond the reasonable (the flanger I have not found it essential, however). In short, it was not the heat of H20 in Visual sound for example, but it's perfect to get used to this kind of effect.

Note that the delay time is light in sound effect, and the regen, but it's a matter of time to fine-tune pass.

OVERALL OPINION

I kept a time to experiment, to dub for example it's quite a place. I changed it for a H20 I find more friendly and easier to finally set. I rather regret having sold it in a studio can be absolutely awesome. A perfect pedal to the noise in the broad sense of the term. Yet I do not particularly like Ibanez in terms of brand, but their overall effects deserve some attention.