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Digitech Df-7 Distortion Factory, The First Gear Review!
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The Uncreator
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Thanks Uncreator - that's a well written review smile.gif

I would suggest that others adopt this kind of presentation for reviews and we can keep standards high, and GMC rocking!

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Love this pedal! It's awesome!

And yes it's a very nice written review!! Good job m8!

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Yea, im trying to talk my parents into buying this pedal..which i have reviewed myself..and have found its the best...so far.....hopefully they will get it for my 18th birthday..WHICH IS NEXT SAT. WOOOO..lol...im happy because i get my first pedal...not because im turning 18 sad.gif

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Cool! Made me want to check it out - thanks! biggrin.gif

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thanks everyone im glad you all liked it smile.gif

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Im looking for something to give me a neoclassical vibe like lavendalls setup. is this what i should be buying ?


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oh and another thing, it is very strong, i droped mine down alotta of flights of metal stairs, and not a scratch on it lol

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QUOTE (Eat-Sleep-andJam @ Jun 10 2007, 02:45 PM) *
Im looking for something to give me a neoclassical vibe like lavendalls setup. is this what i should be buying ?
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I can replicate that sound with this pedal (ive already done it smile.gif ) ,so i would say yes, you can, it took me a bit of messin around with me amp and me pedal, (about an hour or so) but i got it.

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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Jun 10 2007, 07:33 PM) *
I can replicate that sound with this pedal (ive already done it smile.gif ) ,so i would say yes, you can, it took me a bit of messin around with me amp and me pedal, (about an hour or so) but i got it.


cool because i also want marcus's sound! its so amazing. Ima consider buying this pedal, but im currently broke. lol.

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Uncreator, thank you. I think im gonna buy this thanks to your GREAT review!


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Thanks very much! smile.gif

im glad this helped some people out

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I really wanted this pedal but i have a few questions....

I heard this pedal gives a digital sound?

Does it have good distortion for some hi gain metal and punk rock?

Does it have a speaker output (really need this)?

How would you compare this with line 6 podxt?

Thanks a lot uncreator

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I heard this pedal gives a digital sound?
Not quite so true, if you want it to it can, but i can get a wide variety of sounds, for example, Pavels sound in his lessons, are done with this pedal, and his sound isnt digital at all.

Does it have good distortion for some hi gain metal and punk rock?
Definetly, i belive so 100%, i play stuff from Iron Maiden and Judas Priest to Cannibal Corpse and Nile

Does it have a speaker output (really need this)?
No it does not, i dont really think it needs this, it has Mixer and Amp Outputs.

How would you compare this with line 6 podxt?
Well, the PodXT i would think is more for recording, it definetly has more features, and is a great pedal from what i understand, if you can afford the PodXT, i would say get it, But i think its like $300, and this pedal, the DF-7 Works great for gigs, recording, and just playing at home, i couldnt really compare the two accuratle, i dont have any experiecen with the PodXT

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Thanks for the review.I have been wanting this pedal for awhile now.I think im going to have to buy one on ebay. biggrin.gif

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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Jul 16 2007, 10:46 AM) *
Well, the PodXT i would think is more for recording


It certainly is great for recording, but the Pod XT Live is also a great live multi-FX unit.

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Isnt the Pod X-t very small ?



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QUOTE (Eat-Sleep-andJam @ Jul 16 2007, 11:51 AM) *
Isnt the Pod X-t very small ?
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Nope, its biiiig - it has a 6 swicth wide pedal board and a wah pedal - I would guess it is about 10" by 20" ...

(Tat's the PodXT Live By the way)

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you should do a PodXT Live review, i get asked about quite a bit, and dont really know anything about it sad.gif

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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Jul 16 2007, 01:20 PM) *
you should do a PodXT Live review, i get asked about quite a bit, and dont really know anything about it sad.gif


biggrin.gif - good idea, watch this space smile.gif

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