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USAGE AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Introduction
Naming of Parts
Front Panel Rear Panel
Inserting the Batteries 4 Getting Connected 5
Quick Guide (Let's Play) Amp Simulator Settings
Setting Up the Playback Equipment Selecting the Amp Simulator Type
Listening to Patches (Play Mode Operation)
Panel Display in Play Mode 9 Selecting a Patch 9 Using the Bypass (Mute) and Tuner Function 10 Playing With Rhythm Accompaniment 11 Using the Sampler Function 12 Using the Easy Edit Function 13 Reserving the Next Patch (DIRECT LOAD) 14 Fixing the Bank (BANK HOLD) 14
Altering the Sound of a Patch (Edit Mode Operation)
Patch Configuration 15 Basic Edit Mode Steps 15 Storing and Copying Patches 16
Effect Types and Parameters
COMPDIST (compressor/distortion) module ZNR/EQ (Zoom Noise Reduction/Equalizer) module MOD (modulation) module REV (Reverb) module TOTAL module PEDAL module
Using the Jam Play Function
Controlling an Effect With the Pedal All Initialize/Factory Recall
Adjusting the Expression Pedal Troubleshooting GFX-707 Specifications
USAGE AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
In this manual, symbols are used to highlight warnings and cautions for you to read so that accidents can be prevented. The meanings of these symbols are as follows:
This symbol indicates explanations about extremely dangerous matters. If users ignore this symbol and handle the Warning device the wrong way, serious injury or death could result. This symbol indicates explanations about dangerous matters. If users ignore this symbol and handle the Caution device the wrong way, bodily injury and damage to the equipment could result.
Please observe the following safety tips and precautions to ensure hazard-free use of the GFX-707.
Excessive dust or sand Excessive vibration or shock
Since the GFX-707 is a precision electronic device, avoid applying excessive force to the switches and buttons. Also Caution take care not to drop the unit, and do not subject it to shock or excessive pressure.
Never open the case of the GFX-707 or attempt to modify the product in any way since this can result in damage to the Caution unit.
Connecting cables and input and output jacks
You should always turn off the power to the GFX-707 and all other equipment before connecting or disconnecting any Caution cables. Also make sure to disconnect all cables and the AC adapter before moving the GFX-707.
Since power consumption of this unit is fairly high, we recommend the use of an AC adapter whenever possible. Warning When powering the unit from a battery, use only an alkaline type. [AC adapter operation] Be sure to use only an AC adapter which supplies 9 V DC, 300 mA and is equipped with a "center minus" plug (Zoom AD-0006). The use of an adapter other than the specified type may damage the unit and pose a safety hazard. Connect the AC adapter only to an AC outlet that supplies the rated voltage required by the adapter. When disconnecting the AC adapter from the AC outlet, always grasp the adapter itself and do not pull at the cable. When not using the unit for an extended period, disconnect the AC adapter from the AC outlet. [Battery operation] Use four conventional IEC R6 (size AA) batteries (alkaline). The GFX-707 cannot be used for recharging. Pay close attention to the labelling of the battery to make sure you choose the correct type. When not using the unit for an extended period, remove the batteries from the unit. If battery leakage has occurred, wipe the battery compartment and the battery terminals carefully to remove all remnants of battery fluid. While using the unit, the battery compartment cover should be closed.
Designed for use on stage
The GFX-707 will operate continuously for up to 14 hours on one set of alkaline batteries. The large display showing patch names is easy to read at a distance, and the built-in expression pedal is great for enhancing any performance. For extended use, the unit can also be powered by an AC adapter.
Rotary knobs allow speedy parameter editing
When editing a patch, the three knobs on the top panel let you change parameters with a quick and direct feel. Even during a performance, fine-tuning an effect is no problem at all. The edited patch can be stored for later use.
A first in this class: built-in rhythm section
A high quality PCM sound source creates realistic rhythm patterns that are handy for practicing or for small jam sessions. You can choose from as many as 45 rhythm patterns.
Another advantage is the integrated sampler with a recording duration of up to six seconds. It even allows half-speed playback without altering the pitch. This feature comes in handy when copying phrases.
With a simple foot switch operation, you can record and play a phrase of up to 2 seconds during a gig. This is great for creating scratch effects such as used by DJs, doing reverse playback or producing other special effects.
Integrated amp simulator
Simulates the cabinet sound of a guitar amplifier for a dynamic sound also when sending the line output to a mixer or recorder.
Please take the time to read this manual carefully, in order to get the most out of your GFX707 and to ensure optimum performance and reliability.
OUTPUT knob AMP SIM (simulator) knob PARM (Parameter) knob 1 - 3
Naming of Parts /Preparations
Display Module LEDs
BANK/PATCH indicator Pedal status LED
SAMPLER key RHYTHM key STORE key EDIT (CANCEL) key TYPE(BANK) MODULE / foot switches Expression pedal / keys / keys
INPUT/AUX IN jack OUTPUT/PHONES jack How to use the cable hook
POW UT )
V DC9 A
DC 9V (AC adapter) jack
POWER switch Cable hook
Inserting the Batteries
The GFX-707 can be powered either by alkaline batteries or by an AC adapter. To use the unit on batteries, insert them as follows.
Turn the unit over and open the battery compartment cover. Insert four new IEC R6 (size AA) alkaline batteries into the battery compartment.
Battery compartment cover Four IEC R6 (size AA) batteries
Close the battery compartment cover.
If the indication "BATT" appears on the display during battery-powered operation, the batteries are exhausted. Replace all four batteries with fresh ones.
Adjacent batteries are inserted with opposite polarity. Battery compartment cover Tab
If the unit is not to be powered from batteries for an extended period, remove the batteries from the battery compartment. Otherwise battery fluid may leak and cause damage to the unit. An AC adapter is not supplied with the unit.
Monaural cable Guitar AC adapter Headphones
Use a monaural cable to connect the guitar to the INPUT jack of the GFX-707.
At this time, the amplifier power switch and the power switch of the GFX-707 should be OFF.
When using an AC adapter, plug the output cable from the adapter into the DC 9V jack on the GFX-707 and plug the adapter into an AC outlet.
To guard against inadvertently disconnecting the AC adapter cable, wind the cable once around the hook on the rear panel of the GFX707.
Use a monaural cable to connect the OUTPUT jack of the GFX-707 to the input of the amplifier.
Turn on power in the order GFX-707 amplifier (playback equipment).
By using two amplifiers, you can get great stereo sound from stereo effects. Use a stereo Y cable to connect the OUTPUT jack to the two amplifiers. Two guitar amplifiers
Adjust the volume of the amplifier and the GFX-707 to a suitable position while playing the instrument.
The OUTPUT knob of the GFX-707 should be set to about the 3 o'clock position, and the AMP SIM knob should be set to the OFF position.
Stereo Y cable
To monitor the sound with headphones, connect the headphones to the OUTPUT jack.
Verify that the amplifier is turned off and that the volume control is turned to minimum. Also verify that the power switch of the GFX-707 is set to OFF.
When the GFX-707 is in the bypass state (all effects are temporarily turned off; see page 10), the output level will be the same as the input level if the OUTPUT knob is turned fully clockwise.
Quick Guide (Let's Play)
Immediately after being turned on, the GFX-707 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.
Selecting the effect sound (patch)
To select a patch in play mode, press one of the v/w foot switches.
The name of the currently selected patch appears on the display. The bank and patch number can be checked using the BANK/PATCH indicator.
PATCH NAME BANK PATCH
Bank Patch number
To directly switch the bank, use the TYPE(BANK) w/v keys.
For a detailed explanation of patch switching, To fix the bank, To reserve a patch, p. 14 p. 14 p. 9
2 Altering an effect with the pedal
[ Patches, groups and banks ]
A collection of effect modules, each with distinct parameter settings, is called a patch. The GFX-707 has memory capacity for 60 patches which are immediately available for use. These are divided into two groups of 30 patches each. The PRESET group comprises read-only patches that cannot be changed by the user. The USER group contains read-andwrite patches that can be freely overwritten by the user. Each patch is given a patch name of up to 6 characters, and patches are organized in banks (A - F, 0 - 5) and patch numbers (1 - 5).
PATCH BANK A 1 BANK A 2 PATCH BANK A PATCH BANK b PATCH
To alter an effect in real time, move the expression pedal while playing your instrument with the GFX-707 in play mode.
The aspect of the patch that is changed by the expression pedal can be programmed for each patch. To get a feel for this, select various patches and try out the pedal to see what it does.
Push the expression pedal fully down
The expression pedal also incorporates a pushdown switch that allows on/off control of a preset effect. The effect that is switched by the push-down switch can be programmed for each patch. To set the effect to be altered by the expression pedal, p. 22 To readjust the expression pedal, p. 23
PATCH BANK A 1 BANK A 2 PATCH BANK A PATCH BANK 1 PATCH
PATCH PATCH PATCH PATCH PATCH 5
PATCH 3 PATCH 1 PATCH PATCH 2 PATCH PATCH 4 PATCH 2 PATCH PATCH 3 PATCH PATCH PATCH 5 PATCH PATCH PATCH PATCH 4 PATCH PATCH 5 PATCH PATCH 5 PATCH 5
PATCH 3 PATCH 1 PATCH PATCH 2 PATCH PATCH 4 PATCH 2 PATCH PATCH 3 PATCH PATCH 5 PATCH 3 PATCH PATCH 4 PATCH PATCH PATCH PATCH PATCH PATCH 5 PATCH 5
3 Adjusting an effect (Easy Edit function)
The GFX-707 incorporates a function called "Easy Edit" that allows adjusting effect parameters during play. This is done with three knobs on the front panel. You can vary the patch sound with the ease of a compact effect device.
In play mode, select the patch whose sound you want to alter, and operate the parameter knob 1 - 3.
The types of parameters assigned to the knobs are as follows.
Depth of distortion and compressor effects Depth of chorus and flanger intensity For some effects, echo amount Reverb and echo amount
PARM1 knob PARM2 knob PARM3 knob [COMPDIST] [MOD] [REV]
The actual parameter that is adjusted depends on the patch. p. 13
For a detailed explanation of Easy Edit, For full-fledged editing, p. 15
4 Storing the adjusted effect sound (patch)
Press the STORE key.
The GFX-707 goes into store standby mode.
If the store location is not specified, the original bank/patch number is selected. If a patch from the PRESET group was edited, the store location "A1" will be selected. If required, use the TYPE(BANK) w/v keys and the w/v foot switches to specify the patch.
Move back and forth
Confirm the store action by pressing the STORE key once more.
The patch is stored and the unit automatically reverts to play mode. To cancel the store action, press the EDIT (CANCEL) key instead of the STORE key in step. For a detailed explanation of storing a patch, p. 16
5 Using other handy functions
Using the Amp Simulator, Push down all the way Using the auto tuner, p. 8 p. 10 Using hold delay, reverse playback, and scratch playback , p. 21 Practicing while listening to a CD or other source, p. 12 Practicing with the built-in rhythm pattern, p. 11
Amp Simulator Settings
The GFX-707 incorporates an amp simulator that recreates the sound of a guitar amplifier or speaker enclosure. This section explains how to set up the amp simulator.
Setting Up the Playback Equipment
To get the best out of the amp simulator, the playback equipment must be set up correctly. Proceed as described below. After power-up, the GFX-707 is always set up for use with a guitar amplifier. When a guitar amplifier is used exclusively, the following steps are not necessary.
In play mode, press the EDIT (CANCEL) key. Press the MODULE / keys repeatedly, until the TOTAL module LED is lit.
Continue to use parameter knob 3 to select one of the following settings. Choose the setting that best matches your setup.
GFX-707 is connected to a guitar amplifier AP GFX-707 is connected to line level equipment such as a mixer, or used with headphones Ln
Press the TYPE (BANK) w/v keys repeatedly, until the indication "DIRLOD" appears on the display.
When "AP" is selected, the amp simulator can be used to simulate cabinet sound also when using the guitar amplifier at low levels. When "Ln" is selected, characteristics are optimized for recording.
Turn parameter knob 3.
As soon as you turn parameter knob 3, the display indication changes to "AMPMOD" (amp simulator mode). This is the parameter for selecting the type of amp simulator.
Press the EDIT (CANCEL) key once more.
The unit returns to the play mode. The AMPMOD parameter setting applies to all patches.
The AMPMOD parameter is reset to "AP" when the GFX-707 is turned off.
Selecting the Amp Simulator Type
Use the AMP SIM knob to select one of the following amp simulator types. When the knob is operated, the name of the currently selected type is shown on the display, and the indication A or b appears on the BANK/PATCH indicator. OFF Amp simulator is turned off. COMBO A, b This is a combo type amplifier simulation. The "b" position will result in a stronger cabinet sound. BRIGHT A, b This is a combo type amplifier simulation with a bright sound character. The "b" position will result in a stronger cabinet sound. STACK A, b This is a stack type amplifier simulation. The "b" position will result in a stronger cabinet sound. FL STK A, b This is a triple-decker stack type amplifier simulation. The "b" position will result in a stronger cabinet sound.
Pattern name PARM1 knob
Tempo PARM2 knob
Rhythm volume PARM3 knob
To stop rhythm pattern playback, press the RHYTHM key once more.
The settings for rhythm pattern, tempo, and volume level are reset to the default values when the unit is turned off and on again. The tempo value can also be changed with the MODULE / keys. In this case, the value changes in 1-step units. The TYPE (BANK) w/v keys can be used to change the pattern type.
[Rhythm pattern list]
Rhythm pattern 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 Metronome (triple) Metronome (quadruple) Metronome (quintuple) Metronome (no beat) Display BANK/PATCH indicator
To change the rhythm pattern type, tempo, or volume, operate parameter knobs 1 - 3 in play mode.
The knobs operate as follows.
Rhythm pattern tempo (BPM40 - BPM250 in 2-step units) Rhythm pattern type Rhythm pattern volume level (LVL0 - LVL30)
PARM1 knob PARM2 knob PARM3 knob * BPM = number of quarter note beats per minute, a unit for tempo
When a parameter knob is operated during rhythm pattern play, the content of the BANK/PATCH indicator changes temporarily.
Using the Sampler Function
The GFX-707 also incorporates a sampler that allows recording for up to 6 seconds. This can be used not only to record guitar sounds but also for external sources such as a CD player. The data are stored in the memory of the unit and can be played easily using the foot switches. A recorded phrase can also be played at half the original speed without changing the pitch. This is convenient for example to study how a fast guitar phrase played by a pro.
Connect the recording source to the INPUT jack of the GFX-707.
Turn parameter knob 2 to select "NML" (normal playback speed) or "SLW" (slow playback speed at half tempo without changing pitch).
CD player Cable with standard stereo plug
PARM knob 2 or
Before making or changing any connections, be sure to set the OUTPUT knob to the zero position. If a cable is plugged in or unplugged while the OUTPUT knob is turned up, shock noise may damage the speaker.
Push the v foot switch and start playback of the external source (CD player or similar) you want to record, or play the phrase you want to record.
To activate the sampler function, press the SAMPLER key in play mode.
The sampler goes into the recording standby mode and the display shows the following information.
To return to the original operation mode, set the DIRLOD parameter to "on". The DIRECT LOAD setting is stored automatically by the unit. There is no need to perform any steps for storing.
Fixing the Bank (BANK HOLD)
In play mode, you can fix the bank so that only patches within that bank are switched.
In play mode, press the EDIT (CANCEL) key. Use the MODULE / keys to cause the TOTAL module LED to light up. Use the TYPE (BANK) w/v keys to cause the indication "DIRLOD" (Direct Load) to appear on the display.
Keep on turning parameter knob 2 until the BANK/PATCH indicator shows "on". Press the EDIT (CANCEL) key once more.
The unit returns to the play mode. The BNKHLD parameter setting is reset to "off" when the GFX-707 is turned off and on again. When Bank Hold is activated, repeatedly pressing v foot switch will switch patches only within the current bank, as shown below.
Turn parameter knob 2.
As soon as you operate parameter knob 2, the display indication changes to "BNKHLD" (Bank Hold). This parameter determines whether the bank is fixed in play mode or not. The default setting is "oF".
In the Bank Hold condition, the bank can still be switched with the TYPE (BANK) w/v keys. To return to the original setting, set the BNKHLD parameter to "oF".
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 the operation steps.
Each patch of the GFX-707 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.
SAMPLER Patch COMPDIST ZNR EQ AMP SIM MOD REV PATCH LEVEL
Within each module, there are several effects which are called effect types. For example. the REV (reverb) module comprises effect types such as HALL, ROOM, and PP-DLY (ping-pong delay). 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.
HINT Also within the same module, different effect types will have different parameters.
Basic Edit Mode Steps
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, you must select a location in the USER group.
Use the MODULE / keys to select the module you want to edit.
Modules are switched in the following order, and the respective module LED is flashing.
EQ PAGE 1
EQ PAGE 2
Press the EDIT (CANCEL) key.
The GFX-707 switches to the edit mode. Immediately after the edit mode is activated, the TOTAL module will be selected.
The display shows the effect type currently selected for that module. If the currently selected module is OFF, the indication "-oFF-" is shown on the display.
Currently selected module: Currently ON module: BANK LED is lit LED flashes
COMPDIST ZNR/EQ MOD REV TOTAL PEDAL
Shown if selected effect can be controlled by pedal
To change the effect type, use the TYPE (BANK) w/v keys.
For details on effect types and parameters for each module, see page 17 - 20.
Play mode: When any module ON/OFF state, Currently OFF module: effect type, or parameter value was LED is out changed, a dot (.) appears here.
This indicates that the patch was edited.
When currently displayed parameter was changed, a dot (.) appears here.
Use parameter knobs 1 - 3 to change the parameter setting.
In edit mode, the parameter knobs 1 - 3 serve to adjust the parameters 1 - 3 of the currently selected module. When one of parameter knobs 1 - 3 is turned, the name of the corresponding parameter appears on the display and the current value on the BANK/PATCH indicator. For example, if the effect type ROOM of the REV module is selected, the parameter knobs 1 - 3 will adjust the following parameters. Parameter knob 1 Parameter knob 2 Parameter knob 3
TIME TONE MIX
TYPE 3 TYPE 4
CMP SL (Compressor/slow) CMP+CR (Compressor + Crunch)
This is a slow-attack compressor. Combination of compressor and crunch. * TYPE 4 - 7 parameters are identical. Parameter 1 GAIN Adjusts distortion depth. Parameter 2 COMP oF, Adjusts depth of compressor effect. Parameter 3 LEVEL 18 Adjusts volume level after passing COMPDIST module.
CMP+OD (Compressor + Overdrive)
This is a combination of compressor and overdrive.
ZNR/EQ (Zoom Noise Reduction/Equalizer) module
This module contains a 4-band equalizer for making tone adjustments. The equalizer has only one effect type, but because there are many parameters, it is divided into two pages titled EQ P1 and EQ P2. (Use the MODULE / keys to switch between pages.) This module also comprises the ZNR settings.
(Zoom Noise Reduction)
The original noise reduction developed by Zoom cuts noise during performance pauses without impairing the sound quality. Parameter 1 ZNR OF, Adjusts ZNR sensitivity. The recommended approach is to set the value as high as possible without producing an unnatural cut of the instrument sound. When set to "oF", ZNR is disabled.
Parameter 1 PRESEN -Controls boost/cut in ultra high range (center frequency 8 kHz). Parameter 2 HIGH -Controls boost/cut in high range (center frequency 3.125 kHz). Parameter 3 MIDDLE -Controls boost/cut in midrange (center frequency 800 Hz).
(EQ page 2)
ZNR operates independently of the EQ module. The ZNR setting will be active also if the EQ module is off, and the EQ module and ZNR can also be used together.
(EQ page 1)
This page of the 4-band equalizer allows adjustment from the extreme high range to the midrange.
This page of the 4-band equalizer allows adjustment in the low range. Parameter 1 LOW F 1, selects the ultra low range (center frequency 63 Hz) and 2 the low range (center frequency 125 Hz). Parameter 2 LOW G -Controls boost/cut in the range selected with LOW F. Parameter 3 LEVEL 18 Adjusts volume level after passing EQ module.
MOD ( modulation) module
This module comprises spatial effects such as chorus and flanger, filter effects such as auto wah, and modulation effects such as ring modulator.
bF: MOD COMPDIST
This is a combined delay and hall effect. * TYPE 4 and 5 parameters are identical. Parameter 1 DLYTIM Adjusts delay time in 10-ms steps. Parameter 2 DLYMIX Adjusts delay mix. Parameter 3 REVMIX Adjusts reverb mix.
DLYROM (Delay + Room)
This is a combined delay and reverb effect.
JAM (Jam Play)
This is a special effect that lets you record a guitar phrase during play and reproduce it in various ways. Parameter 1 STYLE nM, rS, SC Selects playback method for recorded phrase. nM (Normal): Play in normal direction. rS (Reverse): Play in reverse direction. SC (Scratch): Use expression pedal to play with scratch type effect. From center position, pedal controls either forward or reverse playback. Parameter 2 TRG/GT Selects playback method for w foot switch. tS (Trigger One-Shot): Pressing w foot switch causes one play run from start. Pressing w foot switch during play stops play.
tL (Trigger Loop): Pressing w foot switch causes loop play. Pressing w foot switch during play stops play. GS (Gate One-Shot): While w foot switch is pressed, one play run from start is performed. Releasing w foot switch stops play. GL (Gate Loop): While w foot switch is pressed, loop play from start is performed. Releasing w foot switch stops play. rS (Retrigger One-Shot): Pressing w foot switch causes one play run from start. Pressing w foot switch during play causes restart from beginning. Parameter 3 MIX Adjusts effect mix.
For a detailed explanation of Jam Play, see page 21.
TOTAL is not an independent effect module. Rather it serves to set parameters that affect all patches or the entire GFX-707. You can switch between the TOTAL 1 and TOTAL 2 pages with the TYPE (BANK) w/v keys.
Parameter 1 Specifies input position Parameter 2 Selects characters Parameter knobs 1 and 2 let you input or edit a patch name. Knob 1 specifies the character input position (indicated by the flashing part of the display), and knob 2 selects the alphanumeric character to be input at that position.
Parameter 1 DIRLOD on, oF Switches Direct Load function on and off. When "on", the sound changes immediately when the patch is switched (default). When "oF", reading in the new patch is delayed until confirmed by the user. This parameter applies to all patches. It is stored automatically when the parameter setting is changed. Parameter 2 BNKHLD on, oF Switches Bank Hold function on and off. When "oF", repeatedly pressing the v foot switch cycles through all patches and banks, such as A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 B1. When "on", the bank is fixed and patches are switched only within the bank, such as A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A1. This parameter applies to all patches. It is reset to "oF" at poweron. Parameter 3 AMPMOD AP, Ln Adapts characteristics of built-in amp simulator to usage environment of unit. When GFX-707 is connected to guitar amplifier, use "AP". For connection to line-level equipment such as mixer or recorder, use "Ln". This parameter applies to all patches. It is reset to "AP" at poweron.
* 0 dBm = 0.775 Vrms * Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
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Sampling Frequency A/D Conversion D/A Conversion DSP Input
Display Power Supply
External Dimensions Weight
* 0 dBm = 0.775 Vrms * Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
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