Ibanez SH-7 Seventh Heaven

Discussion in 'Gear Reviews' started by Turbo_Andy_, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. LordOVchaoS

    LordOVchaoS NUDE MAN! Forum MVP

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    SM7, TS7, and DE7 are SPECTACULAR pedals! Don't let this pedal ruin the whole tone-lok line for you guys!
     
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    I've heard great things about the TS-7, not to mention itsa freakin cool lookin pedal.
     
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    It's not as cool as your overdrive :lol:
     
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    Very true. Plus my overdrive is Exactly what I wanted in an overdrive, right down to the lack of low-cut. :)
    *FZ suddenly remembers the clips he recorded*
     
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    Sorry FoxZero then. :bowdown:
     
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    Oh man, someone actually liked this piece of trash? What a horrible pedal, I couldn't get one usable tone out of it. :ugh:

    LoC TS7: the only Tone Lok pedal I know of that is designed for 7-string players.
     
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    That's ok man.

    I still say Turbo Andy is :fullofit: , but that's just my opinion and he's not on this board to defend himself :lol:
     
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    The thing is this pedal is good for a wall of powerchord noise, not single notes or anything fancy.
     
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    ReldvS SS.org Regular

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    i already own a Dime DD-11 and i love it(thru my 6 string). im gonna build my 7 soon and i started doing some gear research.

    obviously the SH7 is a no go

    will my Dime work ok? if not which one ?

    thanks
    -Rel
     
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    bostjan MicroMetal Contributor

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    Which distortion pedals have you tried? Ever tried a Big Muff or Tube Screamer?
     
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    for a 7 string, ive not tried any yet. Im just beginning the research.

    sounds like the TS7 is pretty good but which mod if any should you get?

    I play metal but i want to hear the notes when i play lead on the 7

    id like to be able to just use the Dime DD-11 for my 7, however i am trying to find someone else who plays metal and has a 7 string with Dime DD-11 distortion

    Then i will ask their opinions on using it as a 7 string distortion

    I mostly play metal but id like to have versatility if possible.

    -Rel
     
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    ReldvS SS.org Regular

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    i could not resist this really sick deal on a DS7 pedal from ebay. $5 .....

    I only use solid state on my amps for now and ive read this pedal is good for solid state amps. Sounding "WARM" is not something im really looking to do. Not at all knocking the ppl who do. several reviews said it was a very versitile pedal but was not as "metal" as most would like. That's ok for me cuz i have my DD11 for brutal distortion....

    .im mostly looking at being able to add this for when i want to use my 7 string. Any thoughts???
    I know ive read alot about ibanez pedals sucking.....save the TS7....but for 5 bucks....i figured its worth a shot.

    Plus ive already watched the same pedal go for 3 times that on several other auctions on ebay since i won this pedal!!

    -Rel
     

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