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- Extensive collection of Analogue and DSP effects. The GFX-707 can effectively replace an entire Pedal Board. 43 Effects (in 4 modules), 4 Amp (Cabinet) Settings, plus ZNR (Zoom Noise Reduction).
- 30 User Programmable Patches (6 Banks, A through F, by 5 patches per Bank).
Plus 30 (Read Only) Factory Presets for a Total of 60 patches … (See Patch List PDF and also a collection of around 130 User Patches for some interesting options).
Comes loaded with 60 Factory presets, with documented settings (on an additional sheet, that is, it’s not included in the User Manual).
The unit can be Reset to Factory Default if required, restoring all 60 of the original patches. Please remember to document your existing User Patches first, as there is no ‘undo’ for this action.
- User Patches can be individually named with Alpha-numeric and a wide selection of symbol characters including spaces. Name length up to 6 characters.
- Extremely compact.
- Expression Pedal. A must have item. Can be used to control Patch Parameters as well as the standard Volume Pedal and Wah functions.
- Stereo / Mono Output. The ability to provide an output to two amplifiers for Stereo Chorus and Delay effects should not be underrated.
- Independent Output Level Control. A stupidly simple, but totally essential item, that allows you plug the GFX-707 into an amp, headphones or mixing/recording console with complete ease.
- Comprehensive and importantly, easy to understand User Manual. Firstly, I confess that my familiarity with this device (and other Zoom gear) may be biasing my view of how “easy to understand” the documentation (User Manual / Specifications) actually is. But I have seen plenty of badly written manuals, and this is definitely not among them.
- Sampler Function. Up to 6 seconds recording time.
- Robust Construction. Don’t be fooled, this pedal is molded from industrial grade plastic. You might be able to scratch it up some, but you are unlikely to ever actually break it.
That said, I have had input from other users suggesting that the buttons (micro-switches) will eventually fail. Just FYI: these micro-switches are usually rated for an operational life of between 10k to 50k switching cycles. Using the 10k figure that gives you roughly 330 days of use at 30 presses per day. So over a decade or two things could certainly fail (I actually notice that when I look in the mirror 😉
- Power Options: Plug-pack (9V) or Battery (6V – 4 x AA) Operation. Good for up to 14 hours with fresh Alkaline batteries.
- Tuner / Bypass / Mute functions. Note that the Bypass is internal to the electronics and is not a complete (physical) bypass.
- Built in Rhythm Machine with some useful beats for rehearsal & jamming.
- Patches can be edited/tweaked live (in ‘real time’). However, to be useful, this assumes that the device is not sitting on the floor (not likely when playing live). Also these ‘live’ tweaks won’t be saved/stored.
- The Chorus Effect on the old 707 is (in my opinion) superior to later implementations, including on the 707 II (and even G9.2tt devices). Why that is, I can’t really say, it just appears to have more depth and richness to it.
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|Dimensions||9 × 7 × 2 in|