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Ibanez Tone-Lok AP7 Analog Phaser Guitar Effects Pedal
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The Tone-Lok Series AP7 Analog Phaser Pedal from Ibanez has a pure analog circuit producing very warm, lush vintage phase tones. Speed, depth, and fe...Read More
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This analog phaser lets you dial in vintage & modern tone with the ease of Tone-Lok.
The Tone-Lok Series AP7 Analog Phaser Pedal from Ibanez has a pure analog circuit producing very warm, lush vintage phase tones. Speed, depth, and feedback control allow you to dial in a wide range of tones. The 3-way switchable phase circuit allows you to select 4-, 6-, or 8-stage phasing. When switched to 4-stage phasing, the effect pedal recreates the sounds of a vintage phaser. When switched to 8-stage phasing, the guitar pedal produces aggressive and deep phasing characteristics.
On the outside, Tone-Lok effects are equipped with the Ibanez exclusive "set and forget" Push-Lok rotary pots. Push the knobs down and your tone settings lock securely inside the case”no more lost settings or broken knobs.
On the inside, Tone-Lok pedals feature hi-fidelity components carefully tweaked with the constant input from a new generation of Ibanez players. And all this great stuff comes encased in cool looking, road-tough metal boxes at prices the working player can afford.
- 3 modes of warm analog phasing
- 3-position mode switch
- Speed, Depth, and Feedback controls
- Tone-Lok locking controls
Tone-Lok AP7 Analog Phaser Guitar Effects Pedal
- Power supply: 9V battery or AC adapter AC109, AC309, AC509 (not included)
Current consumption: 22mA maximum
Dimensions: 3" W x 2-1/10" H x 4-9/10" D
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If you're like me, you checked out this phaser and asked yourself, "How good can this cheap thing be?" Well, I own one now and it sounds great! I also tried a few expensive boutique models and found their sound quality to lack that classic '70s vibe, but this ugly grey box conjures up memories of my favorite albums drenched in undulating and swirling guitar scapes, such as The Rolling Stones' "Some Girls" and The Clash's "London Calling." Plus, this pedal can do more than you expect, thanks to some quirks lurking in its deceptively simple controls, including vibrato and rotary speaker. Go for it with no fear!
I have tried several digital phaser plug-ins, and none of them even remotely provided the magic of true analog phasers that I heard on old 70's recordings. (Jean Michel Jarre's Oxygene, for example.) So I bought the Ibanez AP7 analog phaser pedal. My first word: WOW!!!!! This is the real deal. 4-, 6-, and 8-stage phase shifting with positive and negative feedback (negative sounds the best), rate control, depth, and bypass. It sounds AMAZING and beats any digital phasers hands down. I don't play guitar: I use it for synth pads and effects, and it is exactly what I hoped for. Unfortunately it's only mono, so any stereo tracks will have to be recorded twice. But since it's supposed to be a guitar pedal, that makes sense. It should be noted that there is no on-off switch: you have to disconnect the input jack to turn it off. I didn't realize this and went through a whole battery in a couple of days. Otherwise, it's perfect! And you can't beat the price!