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Ibanez PH7 Phaser

Phaser for Guitar de la marque Ibanez appartenant à la série 7

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A small stone, what ...

Ibanez PH7 PhaserPublished on 11/21/12 at 10:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Analog Phaser

USE

3 knobs, simple.

SOUND QUALITY

Well, well basically, it is a small stone in terms of sound. Its capabilities seem to me even when slightly wider than EHX.

I sold it after a single trial, precisely because I do not like small stone.

NOTICE GLOBAL

Bought and sold because it did not fit what I wanted a phaser.

I now use the PH7, in the same series Ibanez, but digital (what I usually dplore) which is neutral but has a wider sonic palette.
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KintKint

Good for the price

Ibanez PH7 PhaserPublished on 09/14/12 at 04:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The Ibanez PH7 is a phaser pedal (turning effect) with two different modes.
-The format is similar to the pedal boss in terms of size.
-The case is solid
-The selling price is very affordable (I got it in promo)
-There are 4 settings for a classic phaser:
Speed-
-Depth
-Feedback
-Level
and a handy switch for switching from one type to another phaser.

UTILIZATION

The use is very simple and it is easy to quickly find the desired sound. There is a small manual enough to make its mark on this pedal. Settings are intuitive
The use is very pleasant thanks to the Tone-Lok which blocks the buttons to avoid the settings do not change during transport or on stage when...…
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The Ibanez PH7 is a phaser pedal (turning effect) with two different modes.
-The format is similar to the pedal boss in terms of size.
-The case is solid
-The selling price is very affordable (I got it in promo)
-There are 4 settings for a classic phaser:
Speed-
-Depth
-Feedback
-Level
and a handy switch for switching from one type to another phaser.

UTILIZATION

The use is very simple and it is easy to quickly find the desired sound. There is a small manual enough to make its mark on this pedal. Settings are intuitive
The use is very pleasant thanks to the Tone-Lok which blocks the buttons to avoid the settings do not change during transport or on stage when activating the pedal. It is also useful to keep a preset in memory even if a pen and paper to allow storing several (too loud)!
The small switch to change effect is quite nice to use this pedal makes for much more versatile than others in the same category.

SOUND QUALITY

At the end, it is a phaser can not be mistaken. As mentioned above, when the speed is at a minimum, one can have an effect on slower than other pedals. I think the original sound of the guitar is well respected globally with double windings this is not always the case. It's nice for the sounds typed Funky / Psyche.
But things are clear, it is a phaser entry level and has a sound that sounds more electronic and analogue. I reproach also a certain coldness to the pedal.
I have a big concern that occurred after 3 years of use. The pedal is active sometimes without my key when I activate the pedal located just before the chain. Whatever the pedal before it makes me once three. So inevitably I ended up following the release inconvenience ...

OVERALL OPINION

Finally and for the price, this is a good pedal for the following reasons:

The +:
The price-
-Two different phaser
Ease-settings
The strength of the case-
Well thought-format
The-tone-lok (blockage of knobs) very useful
-Sounds funky / psyche
-Is still cheaper occaz

The -:
It's not enough analog
It unreliable (bug after 3 years in my case)
Personality-not always respected guitar with humbuckers

If I had to make this purchase today, I do not do it again to orient myself to the highest standard. For a beginner it's perfect to become familiar with phasers.
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greatsessionsgreatsessions

Ibanez PH7 PhaserPublished on 09/22/06 at 14:29
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See the description, I sold mine it was not long ago and I can not remember all the buttons!
The pedal is light, the buttons are retractable, rather nice for transport, it will not break them!
The pedal works with a 9V battery, and eats the battery not last long, it is better to buy a transformer if it is the ruin: the saline batteries doient take one hour and alkaline 5-6 hours ... 3 euros a alkaline battery ca expensive back soon!

There is a switch to change the floor of the effect, very interesting!
There are four settings buttons for a variety of retractable phasers.

UTILIZATION

Use ... find his sound is quite complex because there are many!
5 knobs for phaser it...…
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See the description, I sold mine it was not long ago and I can not remember all the buttons!
The pedal is light, the buttons are retractable, rather nice for transport, it will not break them!
The pedal works with a 9V battery, and eats the battery not last long, it is better to buy a transformer if it is the ruin: the saline batteries doient take one hour and alkaline 5-6 hours ... 3 euros a alkaline battery ca expensive back soon!

There is a switch to change the floor of the effect, very interesting!
There are four settings buttons for a variety of retractable phasers.

UTILIZATION

Use ... find his sound is quite complex because there are many!
5 knobs for phaser it starts to do!
if we put the pedal to function with a switch that is silent when you press too hard on it.

SOUND QUALITY

As for sound ... we have a plethora of sounds phasers, it's great we can have fun turning a button in all directions for hours without tiring!
as I said above, there are so many possibilities that no one knows which way the head!
once we found her a better return and the knobs do not touch it!

the sound lacks a bit of life ... even qd for very modern, very good, otherwise it is not in the vintage section!

pushing the knobs you think a little has a leslie cab (I said A LITTLE!)

the switch of floors is done a regular phase, an asymmetric phase (I do not know the exact terms sorry)

So all in all it lacks a little heat but otherwise a lot of fun and its quite acceptable, with the possibility of a truly unique sound CRER

OVERALL OPINION

A pedal nice it is to have fun for hours!
a little difficult to find because of its sound all its possibilities.
lacks a bit of heat, it can be the low point, though y'en who love, but overall the price is incredible!
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Raise the PhenixRaise the Phenix

Ibanez PH7 PhaserPublished on 03/26/10 at 15:04
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
single phase pedal 2types
usual adjustments bulklike / feedback / depth / speed
the penetration of useful pots to freeze setting positive + +
I do not know
mono jack connection 6.35

UTILIZATION

not need manual manual is very simple :-)

SOUND QUALITY

efficiency for normal phaser he does his job
poly synths used on 61 and HT 3000 casio which improves the well
to replace my phaser PSK which I dropped in a better robust full metal shell, but less warm new generation of electronic components
Analog least a little shallower speed slightly slower

OVERALL OPINION

the occasion makes the thief 40 euros
I've had it yesterday to replace my phaser PSK
most two types of phases …
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single phase pedal 2types
usual adjustments bulklike / feedback / depth / speed
the penetration of useful pots to freeze setting positive + +
I do not know
mono jack connection 6.35

UTILIZATION

not need manual manual is very simple :-)

SOUND QUALITY

efficiency for normal phaser he does his job
poly synths used on 61 and HT 3000 casio which improves the well
to replace my phaser PSK which I dropped in a better robust full metal shell, but less warm new generation of electronic components
Analog least a little shallower speed slightly slower

OVERALL OPINION

the occasion makes the thief 40 euros
I've had it yesterday to replace my phaser PSK
most two types of phases
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: PH7 Phaser
  • Series: 7
  • Category: Phasers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 07/10/2006

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