Digitech DF7 Distortion Factory 7 Different Distortion Models in One Pedal

September 3, 2013 - Comment

The Digi Tech DF7 Distortion Factory delivers seven world-famous tones in one box! To get a whole spectrum of distortion tones you could spend a fortune on individual stomp boxes (and have a pedal board the size of Delaware) or you can put the new DF7 to work. Product Features Seven classic distortions Detailed EQ

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The Digi Tech DF7 Distortion Factory delivers seven world-famous tones in one box! To get a whole spectrum of distortion tones you could spend a fortune on individual stomp boxes (and have a pedal board the size of Delaware) or you can put the new DF7 to work.

Product Features

  • Seven classic distortions
  • Detailed EQ for precise tonal control

Comments

StormJH1 says:

Extremely versatile, and likely to provide at least one or two great distortions! The DigiTech DF-7 Distortion Factory certainly has its share of doubters, and admittedly, there are reasons to be skeptical. It’s digital (not analog) distortion. It’s made by DigiTech, which superseded the catalog of the (now defunct) DOD company, which flooded the market with dozens of cheap, sloppy distortion pedals in the 80′s and 90′s. And, last but not least, any product that offers “7 for the price of 1″ can’t be any good. I’m not going to tell you that there isn’t a kernel of truth to all of those concerns, but if I’m being honest, this is still a 5-star distortion pedal, and here’s why…First, think about how you use a distortion pedal in your guitar playing. You adjust the knobs to your liking, find something that works, lock in those settings, and then step on it to kick in that sound. You’re never going to use 3 or 4 different settings on a distortion pedal during one song. Therefore, the question isn’t whether ALL of the sounds from the DF-7 Distortion…

Prhyme 8 says:

Freakin’ awesome It really is like 7 different pedals, fulfilling the need for crunch on many different levels. I am most pleased with mine. Most pleased, complete.

Anonymous says:

I play Rock, Blues, Boogie and Hard Rock since 1967. I play a Gibson SG thru a Marshall AVT 150 half stack. I like this pedal a lot. It has 7 distinct sounds and each can be tweaked a ton by the tone and gain controls. You can add distortion and sustain to suit any style and it sounds great on the clean or gain chanels on my amp. I am geting a 9v power supply as the thing eats batteries every 3 hours or so. Built like a tank, got mine used here on amazon. The only thing I would add is the ability to program saved settings.

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