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2. Insert four fresh IEC R6 (size AA)
batteries into the battery compartment. The use of alkaline batteries is recommended. The correct battery orientation is indicated inside the battery compartment.
Four IEC R6 (size AA) batteries
4. Close the battery compartment cover.
If the indication "BATT" appears on the display, the batteries are exhausted. Replace the batteries as soon as possible.
3. To store patch and sample data,
insert a SmartMedia card into the card slot, as shown above.
When not using the unit for an extended period, remove the batteries to prevent the possibility of damage by leaking battery fluid.
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Guitar Guitar amplifier
CD player or similar
1. Make sure that the amplifier and the
707II are off. Turn the volume at the amplifier to minimum.
5. To monitor the sound with headphones,
plug the phones into the [OUTPUT/ PHONES] jack.
2. To power the unit from the AC
adapter, insert the small plug of the adapter cable into the [DC 9V] jack on the 707II. Then plug the adapter into an outlet.
6. Turn power on in the following order:
If you turn the 707II on while the amplifier is already powered up, damage to the speaker may result. Always turn power to the amplifier on last.
3. Connect the guitar to the [INPUT] jack
of the 707II, using a mono cable.
7. Raise the volume setting of the 4. Connect the [OUTPUT/PHONES] jack
of the 707II to the guitar amplifier, using a mono cable. You can also use a Y cable to supply the signal in stereo to two amplifiers. instrument and amplifier, and adjust the [OUTPUT] knob on the rear panel of the 707II.
Immediately after being turned on, the 707II is in the so-called "play mode". The Quick Guide explains the basic steps in play mode. This will let you use the unit right away.
Parameter knob 1 Adjusts the DRIVE module distortion amount. Parameter knob 2 Adjusts a major parameter of the MOD module (such as chorus depth). Parameter knob 3 Adjusts a major parameter of the REV module (such as echo or reverb amount).
The actual parameter controlled by parameter knobs depends on the effect selected for the current effect module. When a knob is turned, the current setting of the relevant parameter is shown on the BANK/PATCH indicator, and a dot (.) appears at the "EDITED" position. This indicates that the parameter has been changed. If the parameter is returned to the original setting, the dot disappears.
Off (DRIVE module is off)
For an explanation of DRIVE module effects, see p. 33. In play mode, you can also use the MODULE [ E ]/[ R ] keys to edit the PATLVL parameter (volume level for each patch).
3. To store an edited patch, carry out the
steps for storing ( p. 20). Note that if another patch is called up without storing the edited patch, the edited contents will be lost.
When a dot (.) is shown here, the effect parameter has been changed.
While playing a rhythm pattern, the parameter knobs adjust rhythm parameters.
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Using the Sampler Function
The 707II incorporates a sampler function that allows recording the input signal in the internal memory or on a SmartMedia card. This can be used to record a phrase from the guitar connected to the [INPUT] jack or the sound from an external source such as a CD player connected to the [AUX IN] jack. When using the internal memory, the maximum recording duration is 6 seconds (1 sample). When using a 16 MB SmartMedia card, up to 4 minutes (maximum 60 samples) can be recorded. A recorded phrase can also be played at slower speed without changing the pitch. This is convenient to copy a fast-played phrase from a CD. For playing a sample, you can choose between two modes: "one-shot playback" where the sampled phrase is played once when you operate a key or pedal, and "loop playback", where the sampled phrase continues to play until stopped.
1. When wishing to use a SmartMedia
card, turn power to the 707II off, insert the SmartMedia card into the card slot, and then turn power on again. (For information on inserting a SmartMedia card, see p. 6.)
4. Use the TYPE [W]/[Q] keys to select
"GT" or "AUX" as input source. When you press one of the TYPE [ W ]/[ Q ] keys, the currently selected input source is shown on the display. Select one of the following two sources.
7. Use parameter knob 2 to select the
sample playback mode. When you operate parameter knob 2, the indication "SPMODE" appears on the display. The [BANK/PATCH] indicator shows the playback mode. The following settings are available.
Signal from [INPUT] jack Signal from [AUXI IN] jack
If "GT" is selected, the signal after passing the effects is sampled. If "AUX" is selected, the effects are bypassed. When recording from the [AUX IN] jack, you can minimize noise and distortion by turning the [OUTPUT] knob up past the midway point and adjusting the output level of the external source so that the volume is about equal to that of a guitar. After recording, you can use the SP LVL parameter to control the playback level of the sample.
n1 n2 P2 n4 P4
Normal speed playback Half tempo, half pitch playback Half tempo, normal pitch playback Quarter tempo, quarter pitch playback Quarter tempo, normal pitch playback
8. Use the foot switches and panel keys
to control sample playback (start/ stop/rewind/fast-forward). While the sampler function is on, you can use the foot switches and panel keys for one-shot playback.
5. Press the [Q] foot switch and play the
phrase you want to record (or start playback at the external source component).
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MODULE [E] Key Rewind
MODULE [R] Key Fast-forward
11. If you wish to set the loop end point,
press the [AB] key once more during loop playback of the sample. The [AB] LED now stays constantly lit, and the point at which you pressed the [AB] key is taken as the loop end point. When the end point has been set, loop playback is carried out between the start and end points.
Start point End point
Press both keys to return to the start of the sample [W] foot switch Play/Stop [Q] foot switch Start sampling
9. If necessary, you can adjust the
sample playback level with parameter knob 3. When you operate parameter knob 3, the indication "SP LVL" appears on the display. The [BANK/PATCH] indicator shows the input signal level, using a range from 0 30. Adjust the level to obtain a suitable playback volume.
12. To cancel loop playback, press the
[AB] key once more (or change the sample number). The [AB] LED goes out, and the unit returns to normal one-shot playback.
13. To terminate the sampler function,
press the [SAMPLER] key while the sampler is stopped, or push the expression pedal all the way down. The unit returns to normal play mode.
You can also adjust the playback level with the expression pedal.
The start point and end point settings are reset when you change the sample nunber or switch the sampler function off or on. The sampler function cannot be used together with the rhythm pattern function. While the sampler function is on, the MOD module and REV module cannot be used. (They are automatically set to OFF.) When sampling to a SmartMedia card, the sampled data are stored on the SmartMedia card automatically. There is no need for the user to perform any steps for storing.
10. To carry out loop playback of a
specific interval, play the sample and press the [AB] key at the desired start point. The [AB] LED flashes and loop playback is enabled. The point at which you pressed the [AB] key is taken as the loop start point. If no end point has been set, the end of the sample is taken as the end point.
Using the Rhythm Function
The 707II incorporates 60 rhythm patterns which can be selected for playback. This is convenient for parts practice or a quick jam session.
1. Press the [R/P] key in play mode.
Rhythm pattern playback starts. The display shows the currently selected pattern, and the [BANK/PATCH] indicator briefly shows the pattern number. The [RHYTHM] LED flashes in sync with the rhythm pattern tempo.
When you operate a parameter knob during rhythm pattern play, the indication on the display and [BANK/PATCH] indicator changes temporarily.
Rhythm pattern name Parameter knob 1
Rhythm pattern tempo Parameter knob 2
2. Use parameter knobs to control
rhythm pattern play. In play mode, parameter knobs have the following functions.
Rhythm pattern volume Parameter knob 3
You can also switch patches during rhythm pattern playback.
Parameter knob 1 Changes the rhythm pattern type. Parameter knob 2 Changes the rhythm pattern tempo. Parameter knob 3 Changes the rhythm pattern volume.
You can also play a rhythm pattern in the bypass/mute condition and in the edit mode, but the parameter knobs cannot be used to control the rhythm pattern in this case. The rhythm pattern type, tempo, and volume settings revert to the default condition when the unit is turned off and on again. You can also use the TYPE [ W ]/[ Q ] keys to change the pattern type.
3. To stop rhythm pattern playback,
press the [R/P] key once more. It is also possible to store a rhythm pattern for specific patches. When you have assigned rhythm patterns to patches and you set the [PATCH SYNC] key to On, rhythm patterns will be switched together with the patches ( p. 26).
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Rhythm pattern list
8BEAT1 8BEAT2 8BEAT3 8BEATSHUFFLE 16BEAT1 16BEAT2 16BEAT3 16BEATSHUFFLE 3/4 6/8ROCK 5/4 5/4ROCK ROCK'nROLL1 ROCK'nROLL2 ROCK1 ROCK2 HARDROCK1 HARDROCK2 METAL1 METAL2 THRASH PUNK POP1 POP2 DANCE1 DANCE2 DANCE3 FUNK1 FUNK2 BALLAD1 BALLAD2 BLUES1 BLUES2 COUNTRY BOSSANOVA JAZZ1 JAZZ2 REGGAE SKA LATIN1 LATIN2
Display [BANK/PATCH] indication indicator
8BEAT 8BEAT 8BEAT 8SHUFL 16BEAT 16BEAT 16BEAT 16SHFL 3/4 6/8 5/4 5/4 Rc R Rc R ROCK ROCK HARD HARD METAL METAL THRASH PUNK POP POP DANCE DANCE DANCE FUNK FUNK BALLAD BALLAD BLUES BLUES CONTRY BOSSA JAZZ JAZZ REGGAE SKA LATIN LATIN 2 3
METRO (triple time) METRO (quadruple time) METRO (quintuple time) METRO INTRO1 INTRO2 INTRO3 INTRO4 INTRO5 INTRO6 INTRO7 INTRO8 INTRO9 ENDING1 ENDING2 ENDING3 ENDING4 ENDING5 ENDING6
METRO METRO METRO METRO INTRO INTRO INTRO INTRO INTRO INTRO INTRO INTRO INTRO ENDING ENDING ENDING ENDING ENDING ENDING 5 6
The edit mode allows you to freely alter the parameters that make up a patch, so that you can create your own patches. This section describes how to edit patches and how to store edited patches.
Each patch of the 707II consists of several effects (effect modules), as shown in the illustration below. A patch is a combination of modules, each with their distinct parameter settings.
Within each module, there are several different but related effects which are called effect types. For example, the MODULATION module comprises effect types such as CHORUS, PHASER, and WAH. The elements that determine the sound of a patch are called effect parameters. Each module has several effect parameters, whose value can be adjusted with the parameter knobs 1 3, the [DRIVE] knob, [DRIVE VARIATION] key, etc.
Also within the same module, different effect types will have different parameters.
Basic Edit Mode Steps
This section describes the basic procedure for editing patches. For information on effect types and parameters in the various modules, see p. 33 38.
1. In play mode, select the patch you
want to edit. Patches for editing can be selected from either the USER group or the PRESET group. However, the PRESET group does not allow storing. When you have altered a patch from the PRESET group and want to store it, "A0" in the USER group is automatically selected as store target.
If you wish to keep the patch, be sure to perform the store operation. Otherwise all changes will be permanently lost as soon as you switch to another patch. ( P. 20)
Parameter knob 1: TIME Parameter knob 2: TONE Parameter knob 3: MIX
Storing and Swapping Patches
This section describes how to store an edited patch in memory, and how to swap patches in the USER group.
1. In play mode or edit mode, press the
[STORE/EXECUTE] key. The 707II enters the store standby condition. The patch name and the indications "SAVE" and "SWAP" are shown alternately on the display. The [BANK/PATCH] indicator shows the bank and patch number.
4. To carry out the store or swap
operation, press the [STORE/ EXECUTE] key once more. The store or swap operation is performed, and then the unit returns to the original mode. If the patch in step 1 was being edited, the editing changes are stored. If you press the [CANCEL/EXIT] key instead of the [STORE/EXECUTE] key, the store/swap operation is canceled and the unit returns to the original mode.
To change the name of an edited patch, see p. 38.
2. Use the MODULE [ E ]/[ R ] keys to
select either "SAVE" or "SWAP".
If the original patch is from the PRESET group, "SWAP" cannot be selected.
3. Use the TYPE [ W ]/[ Q ] keys or the
[W ]/[Q ] foot switches to select the target patch for storing. The name of the newly selected patch and the indication "STORE?" are shown alternately on the display. The bank and patch number flash on the [BANK/PATCH] indicator.
The PRESET group cannot be selected as store target. If you press the [STORE/EXECUTE] key while a patch from the PRESET group is selected, the selection automatically changes to "A0" in the USER group.
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The 707II also incorporates various other convenient functions which are described in this section.
Using the Hold Delay Function
The DLY/REV module comprises a hold delay effect that allows recording and playing a guitar phrase of up to 2 seconds. You can also play the phrase in reverse or perform loop playback to create interesting "sound-on-sound" layers.
1. In play mode, select the patch to use
with hold delay.
5. Use parameter knob 3 to set the MIX
parameter. The MIX parameter controls the mixing ratio of the delayed sound. A setting of 30 results in equal levels of direct sound and delayed sound.
2. Press the [EDIT] key to activate edit
mode, and select "HLDDLY" as effect type for the DLY/REV module.
6. Press the [PEDAL] key a few times 3. Use parameter knob 1 to set the TIME
parameter. The TIME parameter determines the length of the recording interval for hold delay. Turning the knob changes the value as follows.
until the [PEDAL] LED of the REV module flashes. The expression pedal can now be used to switch the hold delay function on and off.
7. Store the patch and return to play
mode. When a patch in which hold delay can be used is selected in play mode, the DLY/REV module LED and the [PEDAL] LED are flashing.
1 99: milliseconds (10-ms units) 1.0 2.0: 1.0 2.0 seconds (100-ms units) Mn (Manual): Recording starts when you press the [Q] foot switch and ends when you press the [ Q ] foot switch again (max. 2 seconds).
8. Push the expression pedal all the way
down. The hold delay function is switched on and the unit is in recording standby mode. The indication "STOP" is shown on the display.
4. Use parameter knob 2 to set the
MODE parameter. The MODE parameter determines how the recorded phrase is played back. The following three modes are available.
9. While playing your guitar, press the
[Q] foot switch to start recording. The indication "REC" is shown on the display. The actual operation depends on the TIME parameter set in step 3.
nL (Normal): Normal direction playback So (Sound-on-sound): Recorded contents
are played back repeatedly to create an overlay. If you press the [Q ] foot switch, the phrase played until the switch is pressed again is added to the sound.
rS (Reverse): Reverse direction playback.
If a numeric value is set as TIME parameter Recording starts at the moment you push the [Q] foot switch and continues for the duration set with the TIME parameter. After recording ends, loop playback starts automatically.
Effect sound Loop playback
If TIME parameter is set to "Mn" Recording starts at the moment you push the [Q] foot switch and continues until you push the switch again, or until 2 seconds have elapsed. After recording ends, loop playback starts automatically.
Direct sound TIME parameter [Q] foot switch [W] foot switch
[Q] foot switch
The [PEDAL] LEDs indicate the module/effect type assigned to the pedal. The meaning of the LEDs is explained below.
WAH The expression pedal functions as a pedal wah. The effect type P-WAH (pedal wah) of the MODULATION module is assigned to the pedal, and the FREQ parameter can be adjusted. Even if another effect type is currently selected for the MODULATION module, the effect type is temporarily switched to P-WAH.
(Pedal is inactive)
PITCH The expression pedal functions as a pitch shifter. The effect type P-PIT (pedal pitch) of the MODULATION module is assigned to the pedal, and pitch can be adjusted. Even if another effect type is currently selected for the ZOOM 707II GUITAR
MODULATION module, the effect type is temporarily switched to P-PIT.
5. Press the [EDIT] key once more.
The key lights up in green. In this condition, parameter knobs 2 and 3 have the following functions.
MOD The effect type currently selected for the MODULATION module is adjusted by the pedal. Which parameter is controlled depends on the effect type.
GAIN The distortion gain is adjusted by the pedal. The GAIN parameter of the DRIVE module (for some effect types the RESONANCE/TOP parameter) is assigned to the pedal.
Parameter knob 2 Sets the value for the fully raised position of the pedal. Parameter knob 3 Sets the value for the fully lowered position of the pedal.
REV The effect type currently selected for the DLY/REV module is adjusted by the pedal. Which parameter is controlled depends on the effect type.
6. Use parameter knobs 2 and 3 to set
the PDLMIN value (when pedal is fully raised) and PDLMAX value (when pedal is fully lowered). The setting range for both values is 0 10. When you operate parameter knob 2, the indication "PDLMIN" appears on the display. When you operate parameter knob 3, the indication "PDLMAX" appears on the display. The value is shown on the [BANK/ PATCH] indicator. Setting PDLMIN or PDLMAX to 0 means that the parameter assigned to the pedal will be at the minimum value. Setting PDLMIN or PDLMAX to 10 means that the parameter assigned to the pedal will be at the maximum value. When the 707II is in the default condition, PDLMIN is set to 0 and PDLMAX is set to 10. As the pedal is depressed, the parameter value gradually increases from minimum to maximum.
VOL The master volume is adjusted by the pedal.
SAMPLER The sampler function is switched on/off by the pedal. Pushing the pedal all the way down toggles between sampler on ([PEDAL] LED lit) and sampler off ([PEDAL] LED flashed). Also if a module is currently off, selecting it with the [PEDAL] key will cause its [PEDAL] LED to light and the module will temporarily come on. If a patch is stored in this condition, the module will be stored as ON. The actual parameter that is controlled by the pedal depends on the effect type. For details, see p. 33 38.
You can store a single patch from the internal memory of the 707II on a SmartMedia card.
Any patch that is present in the target location on the SmartMedia card will be overwritten. Take care not to accidentally overwrite a patch that you want to keep. Never insert or remove the SmartMedia card while power to the unit is turned on. Otherwise all data on the card may be lost. If the target group is empty, all patches of the USER group are stored.
1. In play mode, select the patch from
internal memory that you want to store. A patch that is currently being edited cannot be stored on the SmartMedia card. You must store the patch in internal memory first.
2. Activate utility mode and select
"SAVE". Then press the [STORE/ EXECUTE] key. The indication "GROUP" appears on the display, and the [BANK/PATCH] indicator shows the group number (1 5) for storing. If a "*" is shown after "GROUP", there are patches stored in that group.
Loading a single patch from a SmartMedia card
You can load a single patch from a SmartMedia card into the internal memory of the 707II.
1. In play mode, select the patch in
internal memory into which you want to load the patch.
3. Use the TYPE [W]/[Q] keys to select
the patch group (1 5) for storing, and then press the [STORE/EXECUTE] key. One SmartMedia card can hold up to five patch groups (with 60 patches per group). Pressing the [STORE/EXECUTE] key confirms the store target group. The indication "SAVE" appears on the display, and the [BANK/PATCH] indicator shows the store target bank (A F) and patch number (0 9).
"LOAD". Then press the [STORE/ EXECUTE] key. The indication "GROUP" appears on the display, and the [BANK/PATCH] indicator shows the group number (1 5) from which to load.
the patch group (1 5) on the SmartMedia card from which to load, and then press the [STORE/ EXECUTE] key. The indication "LOAD" appears on the display, ZOOM 707II GUITAR
4. Use the TYPE [ W ]/[ Q ] keys and
[W ]/[Q ] foot switches to select the desired bank (A F) and patch number (0 9) in the patch group.
and the [BANK/PATCH] indicator shows the load source bank (A F) and patch number (0 9).
If you press the [CANCEL/EXIT] key instead of the [STORE/EXECUTE] key, the store operation is canceled.
Any patch group that was stored on the SmartMedia card in that position will be overwritten. Be careful not to overwrite a group that you wish to keep.
5. To carry out the operation, press the
[STORE/EXECUTE] key once more. The single patch is loaded from the SmartMedia card into the memory of the unit. When the process is completed, the unit reverts to play mode. If you press the [CANCEL/EXIT] key instead of the [STORE/EXECUTE] key, the load operation is canceled.
Isolator that allows cutting or emphasizing a particular band. There are two pages with parameters. Use the [EDIT] key to switch between pages.
Adjusts crossover frequency for low and mid range. FREQ H 5 8.0, 0.0 Parameter 2 Adjusts crossover frequency for mid and high range. LEVEL 18 Parameter 3 Adjusts signal level after passing module.
This module comprises 30 types of distortion and acoustic simulator effects. The [DRIVE] knob allows choosing the amplifier or compact effect type, and the [DRIVE VARIATION] key allows choosing the tone or distortion variation.
FDR CLASSIC FD BLU Classic bluesy sound of a built-in tube amp STANDARD FD CLN Clean sound of a built-in tube amp MODERN FD DRV Drive sound of a built-in tube amp MS CLASSIC MS OLD Old-style sound of a British tube stack amp STANDARD MS CRU Crunch sound of a British tube stack amp MODERN MS DRV Drive sound of a British tube stack amp
BG CLASSIC BG OLD Old-style sound of a tube combo amp with gutsy midrange STANDARD BG DRV Drive sound of a tube stack amp with gutsy midrange MODERN BG MTL Metal sound of a tube stack amp with gutsy midrange CLEAN CLASSIC VX CRU Old-style crunch sound STANDARD JAZZ C Clean and bright combo amp sound MODERN MACH Warm and powerful combo amp sound
HI-GAIN CLASSIC MP 1 High-gain tube preamp sound STANDARD PV DRV Tube stack amp sound for heavy metal MODERN SL DRV Warm and modern tube stack amp sound ZOOM (ZOOM original effects) CLASSIC 9002 ZOOM's original 9002 type sound STANDARD Z LEAD ZOOM's traditional rich lead sound MODERN Z PWR ZOOM's original powerful amp type sound OVER DRIVE CLASSIC V-OD Dry overdrive sound STANDARD OD Overdrive sound with cabinet character MODERN PD 1 Overdrive sound with wide application range, from booster to hard distortion DIST CLASSIC V-DIST Characteristic dry distortion sound STANDARD TB DST Distortion sound with extreme signal boost MODERN HP DST Extreme distortion sound
* Parameters for TYPE 1 - 8 are the same. GAIN Parameter 1 Adjusts distortion intensity. TONE Parameter 2 Adjusts tone. LEVEL Parameter 3 Adjusts signal level after passing module.
CLASSIC WILDFZ Older-style, high-gain aggressive fuzz sound STANDARD FUZZ Nostalgic sixties style standard fuzz sound MODERN UF 1 ZOOM original fuzz sound with oscillation control
* For this type, the action of parameter 2 differs for WILDFZ/FUZZ and UF 1. GAIN Parameter 1 Adjusts distortion intensity. (WILDFZ FUZZ) Parameter 2 Adjusts tone. (UF1) Parameter 2 Adjusts sound character. LEVEL Parameter 3 Adjusts signal level after passing module.
Pedal minimum value Pedal maximum value Original sound only -100 cent Detune + DRY DOUBLING +1 octave 0 cent -2 octaves 0 cent +1 octave + DRY -1 octave + DRY 500 cent + DRY -700 cent + DRY +1 octave - (0 Hz) + DRY +1 octave + DRY - (0 Hz) + DRY
This stereo panning effect periodically moves the sound back and forth between right and left when two amplifiers are used. When one amplifier is used, the effect is a tremolo effect. WIDTH Parameter 1 Adjusts effect width. RATE Parameter 2 Adjusts modulation speed. CLIP Parameter 3 Adjusts modulation waveform clip. Larger values result in more intense modulation.
A-WAH (Auto Wah)
This effect gives a varying wah sound that depends on the picking intensity. POSI AF, bF Parameter 1 Selects connection point of MOD module.
-100 cent Original sound only DOUBLING Detune + DRY 0 cent +1 octave 0 cent -2 octaves -1 octave + DRY +1 octave + DRY -700 cent + DRY 500 cent + DRY - (0 Hz) + DRY +1 octave - (0 Hz) + DRY +1 octave + DRY
RESO Parameter 2 Adjusts wah effect intensity SENS -10 -1, Parameter 3 Adjusts sensitivity. Negative values result in downward wah.
TONE Parameter 2 Adjusts effect tone.
TYPE 12 RING M (Ring Modulator)
Produces a metallic sound. POSI Parameter 1 Selects connection point of MOD module.
P-WAH (Pedal Wah)
This effect lets you control wah with the expression pedal. POSI AF, bF Parameter 1 Selects connection point of MOD module.
FREQ Parameter 2 Adjusts wah effect center frequency. DIRMIX Parameter 3 Adjusts direct sound mix.
RATE Parameter 2 Sets frequency for ring modulation effect. The tone changes depending on the frequency setting. BAL Parameter 3 Adjusts balance between direct sound and effect sound.
TYPE 13 SLOW-A (Slow Attack)
This effect automatically creates a "violin playing" sound. POSI AF, bF Parameter 1 Selects connection point of MOD module.
This is a special effect with step-like filter characteristics. DEPTH Parameter 1 Adjusts modulation intensity. RATE Parameter 2 Adjusts modulation speed. RESO Parameter 3 Adjusts wah effect intensity.
TIME Parameter 2 Adjusts attack speed. CURVE Parameter 3 Adjusts attack curve.
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TYPE 14 FILTER
This effect tracks the picking action and controls filter opening accordingly. POSI AF, bF Parameter 1 Selects connection point of MOD module.
FB -Parameter 2 Adjusts number of repeat cycles (feedback) for delay sound. BAL Parameter 3 Adjusts balance between direct sound and effect sound.
TYPE 18 TRMCHO (Tremolo + Chorus)
TIME Parameter 2 Adjusts filter attack speed. RANGE Parameter 3 Sets adjustable filter range.
TYPE 15 DELAY
Delay effect with a delay time of up to 500 milliseconds. TIME Parameter 1 Adjusts delay time in 10-ms steps. FB Parameter 2 Adjusts number of repeat cycles (feedback) for delay sound. MIX Parameter 3 Adjusts effect sound level.
This is a combined tremolo and chorus effect. TRMRAT Parameter 1 Adjusts tremolo speed. CHORAT Parameter 2 Adjusts modulation speed of chorus effect. CHOMIX Parameter 3 Adjusts chorus sound mix.
TYPE 19 RINVIB (Ring Modulator + Vibrato)
This is a combined ring modulator and vibrato effect. RINRAT Parameter 1 Adjusts ring modulation effect frequency. VIBRAT Parameter 2 Adjusts vibrato effect speed. VIBDEP Parameter 3 Adjusts vibrato effect depth.
Long delay effect (up to 2 seconds) with warm sound. TIME Parameter 1 Adjusts delay time in 10-ms steps up to 1 second and in 100-ms steps up to 2 seconds. FB Parameter 2 Adjusts number of repeat cycles (feedback) for delay sound. MIX Parameter 3 Adjusts effect sound level.
TYPE 20 VIBE (Vibrato)
This is an automatic vibrato effect. DEPTH Parameter 1 Adjusts effect depth. RATE Parameter 2 Adjusts effect speed. BAL Parameter 3 Adjusts balance between direct sound and effect sound.
TYPE 17 T-TRIP (Time Trip)
This delay effect varies the delay time according to the picking intensity. SENS Parameter 1 Adjusts effect sensitivity.
DLY/REV (Delay/Reverb) Module
This module comprises various spatial effects including delay and reverb.
HALL (Hall Reverb)
This is a reverb effect which simulates the acoustics of a concert hall.
MIX Parameter 3 Adjusts reverb sound mix.
MN-DLY (Mono delay)
ROOM (Room Reverb)
This is a reverb effect which simulates the acoustics of a room.
This is a monaural delay with a duration of up to 1.5 seconds.
PP-DLY (Ping-Pong Delay)
SPRING (Spring Reverb)
This is a reverb effect which simulates a spring type reverb machine.
* Parameters for TYPE 1 - 3 are the same. TIME Parameter 1 Adjusts reverb duration (reverb time). TONE Parameter 2 Adjusts effect tone.
When two amplifiers are used, this serves as a pingpong delay effect with a duration of up to 1.5 seconds. When one amplifier is used, the effect is a mono delay.
* Parameters for TYPE 4 and 5 are the same. TIME 1 99, 1.0 1.5 Parameter 1 Adjusts delay time from 10 ms to 990 ms in 10-ms steps (1 - 99), and over 1 second in 100-ms steps (1.0 - 1.5).
FB Parameter 2 Adjusts number of repeat cycles (feedback) for delay sound. MIX Parameter 3 Adjusts delay sound level.
HLDDLY (Hold Delay)
DLYHAL (Delay + Hall Reverb)
This is a hold delay effect that lets you record a phrase of up to 2 seconds during a performance and play it back repeatedly. When "Mn" (Manual) is selected and a foot switch is pressed, recording is carried out until the switch is pressed again or until 2 seconds have elapsed.
TIME 1 99, 1.0 2.0, Mn Parameter 1 Adjusts recording time from 10 ms to 990 ms in 10-ms steps (1 - 99), and from 1.0 to 2.0 seconds in 100-ms steps (1.0 - 2.0). When "Mn" (Manual) is selected, recording is carried out for as long as a foot switch is depressed (up to the maximum of 2 seconds). MODE nL, So, rS Parameter 2 Selects playback mode for recorded phrase.
Refer to "Getting Connected" on page 7 and turn the power on.
Are [INPUT] jack and [OUTPUT/PHONES] jack connected correctly to the instrument and amplifier?
Refer to "Getting Connected" on page 7 and establish correct connections. Check volume settings at instrument and amplifier.
Is the shielded cable defective?
Cannot play rhythm pattern or volume is very low
Is rhythm volume set to low value?
Adjust parameter knob 3 to obtain suitable volume.
Try replacing the cable.
Is 707II set to mute condition?
Expression pedal on/off switching does not work properly.
Try the procedure described in "Adjusting the Expression Pedal" on page 25.
Cancel the mute condition.
Is [OUTPUT] knob turned down?
Set knob to suitable position.
Is expression pedal raised?
For some patches, the expression pedal controls the volume. Set it to a suitable position.
SmartMedia card cannot be used
Is [SMART MEDIA] LED lit?
Cannot record from [AUX IN] jack
Is input source set to "GT"? Set it to "AUX".
Turn unit off and check whether SmartMedia card is inserted properly.
Is correct SmartMedia card used?
Sound is unnaturally distorted
Adjust level and gain parameters of modules. Set BOOSTER or COMP/ISOLATOR to OFF. When a guitar with high output is used with the above effects, unwanted distortion may occur depending on DRIVE module effect type.
The 707II can use SmartMedia cards with a capacity from 16 to 128 MB (designed for 3.3V).
Has SmartMedia card been formatted?
Be sure to format the SmartMedia card in the 707II before use, as described on page 31.
Effect Programs Effect Modules Sampler Function
74 types 6 modules + amp simulator + ZNR Maximum recording duration 6 seconds (without SmartMedia) 16-bit linear record/playback (MOD and REV modules are temporarily turned off when sampler function is used)
Combined line/headphone output Standard stereo phone jack (maximum output level = +3 dBm with output load impedance of 10 kilohms or higher)
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