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DigiTech RV-7 HardWire Stereo Reverb Extreme-Performance Pedal

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  • Reverb Types: Room, Plate, Reverse, Modulated, Gated, Hall, Spring
  • True Bypass circuitry preserves your tone in bypass
  • Constant high-voltage operation for tonal quality and noise reduction
  • HardWire Pedals include: • Stomplock™ knob guards prevent tampering or accidental knob adjustments onstage • Green gaffer tape helps you locate the pedal on stage • Custom-cut Velcro® pads
  • Tails-on/off switch lets your sound ring out when pedal is off
  • Reverb Types: Room, Plate, Reverse, Modulated, Gated, Hall, Spring
  • True Bypass circuitry preserves your tone in bypass
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Product Description

HardWire RV-7 Stereo Reverb Featuring Lexicon Reverb

From a Jazz Room, to a rich Hall, to a surfy spring, the HardWire RV-7 Stereo Reverb covers all the bases. Reverb, one of the original effects, can make or break your sound. The HardWire RV-7 Stereo Reverb features lush, studio quality, Lexicon Reverbs. Room, Plate, Reverse, Modulated, Gated, Hall, and Spring Reverbs can all be adjusted for Level, Liveliness, and Decay to achieve any reverb tone. As with all HardWire pedals, the RV-7 is crafted from premium all-metal components to perform night after night, tour after tour.

Meticulous Craftsmanship

Extreme Performance Pedals represent the HardWire commitment to quality and attention to subtle details. In addition to technical enhancements like true bypass and high voltage operation, all HardWire pedals feature rugged, all-metal construction; a wide, stage-stable footprint; durable, custom-machined metal knobs for a sure grip; and precision potentiometers that guarantee knob positions will stay intact. HardWire reflects an unprecedented level of craftsmanship that we are proud to introduce into the world of effects pedals.

True Innovation

Having over 25 years experience with the needs, habits and necessity-driven workarounds of gigging musicians, HardWire engineers devised a set of performance accessories that eliminate some of the most common — and most frustrating — live performance hassles.


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Includes Stomplock

This unique new device fits snugly over HardWire knobs to protect your finely-tuned settings from the drops, bumps and kicks that inevitably take place when you and your pedal perform.

HardWire True Bypass

Your guitar and amp are the foundation of your tone. You need to make sure that when you add any pedal to your signal chain it’s not creating undesirable noise or coloring the unique character of your tone. In a true bypass pedal, the signal passes straight through the box when the effect is bypassed.

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Includes Glow-In-The-Dark Label

Fumbling on a dimly-lit stage for the right pedal is a thing of the past with this indispensable asset—now your HardWire pedal will be clearly in sight from dusk till dawn.

HardWire Constant Voltage

Battery-powered effects typically perform their best with a fresh battery. As the voltage of the battery decreases, effects can become gritty and distorted. With HardWire pedals, the same circuitry that boosts the voltage also keeps it constant throughout the life of the battery.

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Includes Diecut Velcro Mounting Pad

All HardWire pedals include both die cut a velcro mounting pad for mounting on a pedalboard and an anti-skid pad for use on the floor. The soft durometer anti-skid pad with high visco-elasticity and a unique tread design ensures a firm grip to any stage.

HardWire High Voltage Rails

With the high-output pickups found on some electric guitars, it’s not unusual to hear clipping when playing through an effects pedal. This occurs when the voltage range produced by a guitar’s pickup is greater than the operating voltage of the effects pedal – normally limited to the voltage supplied by the pedal’s battery or power supply. HardWire pedals incorporate special circuitry that increases the operating voltage “headroom” above that of the typical pedal. As such, HardWire pedals benefit a wider range of guitars and are also at home in an amplifier’s effects loop.

From the Manufacturer

Superior Technology • Meticulous Craftsmanship • True Innovation
True Bypass. HardWire pedals modify your guitar tone only when you want. HardWire pedals add pure effects when they’re on and don’t add noise when they’re off—truly the best of both worlds. And if you happen to lose power to HardWire pedals in the middle of a performance, you can keep playing because HardWire pedals switch to True Bypass mode until power is restored.

Higher Voltage . HardWire pedals preserve guitar tone because they operate at a significantly higher voltage than your standard pedals. HardWire pedals get the most out of hot guitar pickups and perform flawlessly in the high voltage environment of an amplifier effects loop.

Constant Voltage. HardWire pedals guarantee constant effects performance throughout the life of the battery and prevent tone loss because they operate at a steady voltage—independent of decaying battery voltage.

Tourworthy. HardWire pedals are designed for the touring musician. Unique Stomplock guards prevent controls from being kicked and your tone from being changed. Each HardWire pedal includes custom-cut Velcro pads to fasten it to a pedalboard and green gaffer tape for the actuator label and see the pedal in the most adverse stage lighting conditions.

Features

  • Reverb Types
    • Room – Fast decaying reverb; great for a touch of ambience
    • Plate – Renowned studio reverb heard on classic recordings
    • Reverse – Reverb in reverse; gradually crescendos to full volume
    • Modulated – Lush, modulating, reverb ideal for chords
    • Gated – Unique reverb with abrupt decay; good for percussive playing
    • Hall – Large, encompassing reverb with warm decay
    • Spring – Classic “surf” reverb; great for Rockabilly too!
  • Tails On/Off Switch – When on, reverb tails are not cut off in bypass
  • True Bypass circuitry preserves your tone in bypass
  • Constant high-voltage operation for tonal quality and noise reduction
  • HardWire Pedals include the following stage accessories
    • Stomplock™ knob guards lock your tone in place and prevent tampering or accidental knob adjustments onstage
    • Green gaffer tape helps you locate the pedal in adverse stage lighting
    • Custom-cut Velcro® pads attach and lock your pedals to your pedalboard

Specifications

Inputs/Outputs
Inputs: Separate Left and Right ¼” Unbalanced (Tip-Sleeve)
Input Impedance: 1 MOhms
Outputs: Separate Left and Right ¼” Unbalanced (Tip-Sleeve)

Power
US and Canada: 120 VAC, 60 Hz Adapter: PS200R - 120
Japan: 100 VAC, 50/60 Hz Adapter: PS200R - 100
Europe: 230 VAC, 50 Hz Adapter: PS200R - 230
UK: 240 VAC, 50 Hz Adapter: PS200R - 240
Power Input: 9 VDC
Power Consumption: 640mW
Battery Type: Single 9 VDC
Battery Life: 4.5 Hours

General
Dimensions: 4” Width x 5.5” Length x 2.6” Height
Weight: 1.3 lbs

Superior Technology

HardWire™ True Bypass

Serious musicians are highly selective in their guitar and amp choices. After all, it’s the foundation of their tone. Adding effects to their signal chain is done with great care and consideration. And when they turn off an effects pedal, they need to know it’s not creating undesirable noise or coloring the unique character of their tone. In a true bypass pedal, the signal passes straight through the box when the effect is bypassed (Figure 1). When it’s on, it’s on. When it’s off, it’s off. All HardWire pedals feature true bypass.
True Bypass
High Voltage Operation

HardWire™ High Voltage Operation

With the high-output pickups found on some electric guitars, it’s not unusual to hear clipping when playing through an effects pedal. This occurs when the voltage range produced by a guitar’s pickup is greater than the operating voltage of the effects pedal – normally limited to the voltage supplied by the effect’s battery or power supply. HardWire pedals incorporate special circuitry that increases the operating voltage “headroom” above that of the typical pedal. As such, HardWire pedals benefit a wider range of guitars and are also at home in an amplifier’s effects loop.
Operating Voltage

HardWire™ Constant Voltage Output

Guitarists know that battery-powered effects typically perform their best with a fresh battery. As the voltage of the battery decreases, effects can become gritty and distorted. With HardWire pedals, the same circuitry that boosts the voltage also keeps it constant throughout the life of the battery. From sound check to the final bow, HardWire pedals perform flawlessly.


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