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Ibanez MSL Metal Screamer
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Ibanez MSL Metal Screamer

Distortion from Ibanez belonging to the L series.

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Ibanez MSL Metal ScreamerPublished on 09/18/06 at 21:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Despite rrone appellation, it's a great overdrive pedals analog "clone" of the tube screamer SERIES 9 out only between 1985-1987
connectors "standard" = in / out jack + alim 9volt "the boss"

UTILIZATION

Simplicity-efficacitbr /> = for purists the circuit almost identical with the tube screamer and it JRC 4558 and made in japan!

SOUND QUALITY

I do NOT use it for my TS9 because of his hump in the mdium, the is the diffrent frquence action seems less linear type
I did my sound, I am not constrained by the pedals
formidable efficiency with either my godin (single + double), or yamaha tl (2 duncan double)

OVERALL OPINION

5 years of use without any problem, no regrets except......
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Despite rrone appellation, it's a great overdrive pedals analog "clone" of the tube screamer SERIES 9 out only between 1985-1987
connectors "standard" = in / out jack + alim 9volt "the boss"

UTILIZATION

Simplicity-efficacitbr /> = for purists the circuit almost identical with the tube screamer and it JRC 4558 and made in japan!

SOUND QUALITY

I do NOT use it for my TS9 because of his hump in the mdium, the is the diffrent frquence action seems less linear type
I did my sound, I am not constrained by the pedals
formidable efficiency with either my godin (single + double), or yamaha tl (2 duncan double)

OVERALL OPINION

5 years of use without any problem, no regrets except that prevents the name certainly much
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  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: MSL Metal Screamer
  • Series: L
  • Category: Distortions
  • Added in our database on: 07/03/2006

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Other names: msl metalscreamer, mslmetalscreamer

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