The Ibanez CF7 Tone Lok stompbox is highly versatile, capable of producing vintage chorus, flange, and modern modulation guitar effects, everything from shimmering soundscapes to jet plane whooshes. A Krazy switch lets you choose between normal an...
In [this interview](http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/interview-wes-borland-on-rejoining-limp-bizkit-and-new-album-gold-cobra-484071/), Wes Borland talks about the Limp Bizkit album Gold Cobra. He describes the "amp and effects chain that [he] used on My Way," saying, "A Maestro solid-state Echoplex and an Ibanez flanger pedal that has a setting called 'whacked'…" The description of the setting called "whacked" identifies the pedal as an Ibanez Tone-Lok CF7.more
"Gillard plays his ‘76 Les Paul Custom through his Mesa/ Boogie Dual Rectifier half-stack, and uses a pedal-board loaded with a Boss TtJ-2 tuner, a Boss BD2 Blues Driver overdrive, a Boss TR-2 tremolo, and an Ibanez CF-7 chorus/flanger." - 2001 Guitar World Interview, interview was found on the official Guided by Voices website.more
Although it does exactly what it's supposed to I give it a four star rating for a few reasons. Although tough sometimes you have to really mash it, no moments of hesitation or it won't signal that you have stepped on it. Other than that it can be very fun/useful to use, especially when you are the only guitar or are doing a solo part. It's multiple usage is good for different situations, the Wack'D setting is fun for goofing off or extreme situations, and the ability to push in your knobs mean you won't accidentally change your settings.