Ibanez LF-7 Low Fi Pedal

Made by Ibanez

Description Low-Fi pedal. Gives that old-time, 1940's, transistor radio sound. As heard in tons of recordings, from bands such as ELO, STP, and many others.
Posted By Chris Pinto (24466)
Directory Equipment: Effects
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On 12/16/2002, Chris Pinto (24466) posted:
Overall Rating:
I bought this pedal simply for the Hell of it! No special reason. :) Just wanted to play with it. :) hehe

It would be better if the metal were better, but other than that, no real complaints with it.
Model Year: 2002
Price: $80.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Musicians Friend
Features:
OK construction, but, nothing like the older 1980's Ibanez pedals. Feels a bit cheaper. AC or Wall Adapter But, does have a few cool features. Not only is this pedal for guitar, but also has a seperate toggle switch for "VOCALS" setting. Now, since this pedal is in their newer Ton-Lok series of pedals, it sports hidden knobs that keep your settings right where you want 'em. One push, and the knob pops up. Set it, and push it down, and stays hidden!
Sound Quality:
Sound quality for the "GUITAR" setting os OK, actually. it's nothing you can't emulate yourself by turning your BASS & MID's down on your amp, using nothing but TREBLE. however, on VOCAL setting, it's pretty darn cool!
Ease of Use:
Peice of cake to use!
Durability:
Durable, yeah, probably, but like I mentioned earlier, it's not like the older Ibanez pedals. The metal on these Tone'Lok pedals is a bit cheaper feeling. Lighter in weight.