For an impressive distortion at an even more impressive price, the Ibanez SM7 Smash Box, part of the Tone-Lok Series, is ready to deliver. Lo/Hi EQ knobs, Drive and Level controls, a Void switch to deter excess noise, and an Edge switch to color your preamp, taking it from sharp to smooth, give you serious control over your distortion and you can press in the Push-Lok rotary pots to keep your settings just the way you like them.

Product Specs

  • SM7 Smash Box
  • SM7 Smash Box Distortion
  • Gray
  • Grey
  • 1990s
Made In
  • Taiwan

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Reviews for the Ibanez SM7 Smash Box
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  • Great basis for mods.

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    The SM7 has that infamous high gain mid-scooped fizzy sound and is not good for much else. Or is it? If that's your sound, great! If not, read on! If you are handy with a soldering iron, the SM7 is absolutely great for tweaking, because it is crammed with features. It includes a preamp stage with …

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  • Lil' Chugster

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    I recently got the urge to return my metal roots and have been trying out different high gain pedals. My search is over! This thing chugs! But that's not all it does. You can choose between smooth (think tight) and edge (a little fuzz and spit) and a 3 option, built in noise gate. Very quiet in comp…

  • Ibanez SM7 Smash Box

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    I'd forgot how many of these pedals I've bought over the years! They should have called this thing "Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier" in a box. It reproduces all the heavy, meaty distortion you want, out of a completely clean amp. I can get Foo Fighters and Stone Temple Pilot tones out of my very clean s…

  • Great for 90s, Stacking and Better than MT-2

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    I am not a metal guy. But, I can get behind some heavier guitar sounds, especially from the nineties. This pedal nails some of that stuff. Sometimes it's just fun to make some noise with a high gain pedal. And, this one is way less fake sounding than a Metal Zone, for example. I experimented with st…

  • Verified Purchase

    I have no cons for this pedal. THE SM7 Smash box by Ibanez takes me back late 90s , maybe mid 90s and early 00s. Stacked before a fuzz, or after a tube screamer, sounds amazing and chunky. Use it with a phaser , it is a lot of fun. This pedal has that gain that reminds me of Korn era. It …