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Ibanez AP7 Analog Phaser
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Phaser for Guitar from Ibanez belonging to the 7 series.

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  • GB_ParisGB_Paris

    I recommend it!

    Ibanez AP7 Analog PhaserPublished on 07/30/12 at 05:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Monophonic analog phaser pedal.
    Input and output jack 6.35.
    True bypass switch.
    Conventional power supply 9V battery or transformer.
    Controls:
    - Potentiometer for speed
    - Potentiometer for depth
    - Potentiometer for feedback (negative 0, positive)
    - Switch to select the type of phaser either 4, 6 or 8 floors.

    UTILIZATION

    Not complicated: you connect, play with the settings to find the sound you want ... This is not rocket science.
    Note that the potentiometers are able to be locked, pressing them into the pedal as pushbuttons (re-press it to make them stand out and unlock)

    SOUND QUALITY

    I use it with analog synthesizers.
    Here is the full flavor of an …
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    Monophonic analog phaser pedal.
    Input and output jack 6.35.
    True bypass switch.
    Conventional power supply 9V battery or transformer.
    Controls:
    - Potentiometer for speed
    - Potentiometer for depth
    - Potentiometer for feedback (negative 0, positive)
    - Switch to select the type of phaser either 4, 6 or 8 floors.

    UTILIZATION

    Not complicated: you connect, play with the settings to find the sound you want ... This is not rocket science.
    Note that the potentiometers are able to be locked, pressing them into the pedal as pushbuttons (re-press it to make them stand out and unlock)

    SOUND QUALITY

    I use it with analog synthesizers.
    Here is the full flavor of an analog phaser. A very good alternative to the Small Stone (or additionally), especially as there are more parameters to vary the sounds!
    The feedback has an effect on resonance, so pay attention to the saturation of an extreme setting (positive or negative)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few days and I love it already!
    I have other models like the EHX Nano Small Stone, the VP-1 or Behringer UP300. But I think it will become my main phaser.
    Its control options make it more versatile than the Small Stone or VP-1.
    The price / quality ratio is excellent (I paid 42 euros on new Thomann).
    I would do without this choice problem.
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