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Ibanez Tone-Lok PM7 Phase Modulator Pedal
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The Ibanez PM7 from the Tone-Lok Series features 3 types of wave forms combined with 3 phase modes to deliver a range of sounds from classic phase to...Click To Read More About This Product
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From classic phase to ray gun.
The Ibanez PM7 from the Tone-Lok Series features 3 types of wave forms combined with 3 phase modes to deliver a range of sounds from classic phase to 21st century DJ-style effects.
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 wave form types
- 3 phase modes
- Controls for speed, depth, manual, and feedback
- Tone-Lok controls
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This pedal gives you a wide assortment of synth-esque sounds. it has a deep swirly classic phase, a bright, ringing sequencer, and a cyclic, high-frequency for more subtle tone changes. 3 modes change from four stage inverted (Vintage) 6 stage inverted and normal.-.5 for quality, because I just got it, and you will probably want a noise gate.
This pedal makes some pretty cool sounds. The speed of the phase sweeping doesn't get very slow, but if you turn the depth control all the way down you can have a locked-phase kind of thing going. The sound result isn't very intense, though. The various modes and settings do allow for several different approaches to sound, but nothing really goes "all the way," if you know what I mean. Kind of OK. If you don't want your sound to be too interesting, this could work for you.
First off for the price this pedal is incredible. Built like a rock, has MANY many different settings and the tone locks prevent you from accidentally changing settings when you're gigging it. There is so much you can do with this, from classic phaser, to ray-gun, to mechanical sounding, thick and creamy, or light and smooth, real slow, or so fast that it alters the sound waves themselves. Awesome awesome pedal. listen to the sound clips and then BUY IT!
I bought this pedal a few years ago and it's just now starting to fizzle out on me. The casing construction is not as durable as I thought it would be. I have to really slam my foot down on it to get it turned on.But when this pedal was working, it was amazing. You can manipulate this thing to do just about anything you want. I'm not sure if your average classic rock guitar player would appreciate this, but for anyone looking to get strange sounds you wouldn't expect out of a guitar - this is your tool to do it with. I am probably going to re-buy this pedal.
I got one of these Ibanez PM7s after hearing some good reviews and listening to the demos on this website. The good news is that the demos are pretty accurate in their depiction of the sound. The bad news is that this pedal is noisy, even when off. The internal oscillator bleeds through, creating annoying swooshes and clicks which are amplified by any overdrive or boost.The pedal is decent with the feedback placed mildly (10 - 2 o'clock), beyond that, you get what I feel are annoying excess noises such as bleeps, bloops, and odd UFO landing sounds. Still, the noises are occasionally useful. Sampling and looping the tremolo (square wave) effect with the feedback all the way up results in a jungle-like drum beat.I owned this pedal a month or so before trading it away. Overall, a decent pedal. It would be better if they made it less noisy though.
try it you'll like it mikey!!!!!!!!!!!
this is a must have on my pedal board you can get nice classic sounds or over the top modern noise i have had this pedal for 2 yrs and paid 70 bucks it's on sale for an amazing deal buy it you'll
love it i have 25 plus years playing in bands and all my band mates love the sounds i get from this pedal !!!
2 yrs no probs gig all the time
are you kidding i paid way more and would pay it again get this now before there all gone
After thinking over if I wanted to add a phase modulator to my effects chain aside from the one in RP. I recently purchased one and am quite happy with it as it has so many options I don't see myself ever gettings bored with it. It has a wave type switch that goes from vintage phase, to sequencing effects, and finally ring modulation. The feedback knob is quite a bit touchy and takes awhile to get used to. My biggest problem with it was when I was playing with the sequencer wave and every single stray buzz got caught and sequenced. I wound up turning the threshold on my Gate to maximum and the problem was solved but so much as one notch below maximum and it would pick the buzz up again and start sequencing it. I believe it may be a problem with my pickups but all the same I would recommend buying a noise gate with this if you do not already have one. Aside from that this has got to be my favorite pedal.
I would not recommend this pedal to anyone who likes to play classic rock on guitar. Not worth how much it costs.