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Distortion from Ibanez belonging to the 9 series.

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  • This is the new, 2012 with the mini-switches

    Ibanez SD9 Sonic DistorsionPublished on 04/14/12 at 14:17
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    Brand new, 2012, vol-tone-dist with two extra switches for mini disto range of mediums and the beach.
    Zero residual noise, either the footswitch (but must press hard, then many more than usual) so I guess it's not true bypass (not so bad as this is not a buffer boss ...) .

    Access battery handy, provided in addition.
    With a power supply harley benton powerplant Junior (29roros, 5 isolated outputs) is zero noise even gain the cleat, as it grows remarkably hairy.

    Well, no USB jack, not making MIDI, making no head either

    UTILIZATION

    Simple and intuitive, easy on the volume that Degomme.
    The switch puts the mids more serious and occurs also on its grain, then rockier-less......
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    Brand new, 2012, vol-tone-dist with two extra switches for mini disto range of mediums and the beach.
    Zero residual noise, either the footswitch (but must press hard, then many more than usual) so I guess it's not true bypass (not so bad as this is not a buffer boss ...) .

    Access battery handy, provided in addition.
    With a power supply harley benton powerplant Junior (29roros, 5 isolated outputs) is zero noise even gain the cleat, as it grows remarkably hairy.

    Well, no USB jack, not making MIDI, making no head either

    UTILIZATION

    Simple and intuitive, easy on the volume that Degomme.
    The switch puts the mids more serious and occurs also on its grain, then rockier-less smooth.
    That the distortion is a second floor looks like it's more compressed compact.
    The tone is effective is not a spectrum but a sharp cutter.

    AND DO YOU BLIND loupiotte NOT! We see her well, she is orange 70's style stereo.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The slap. Transparent dynamic precise mad aggressive soft, everything is there.
    The texture is generally in the direction of the boss ds1, in much better made. So flexibility and the presence therein, which is not at all the cass of orange hardwire valve distortion that tends to disappear at the same volume.

    Sd9/ds1, she does not drool, filter out the serious (lets through only the useful), and especially do not collapse to attack each humbucker.

    The soft mode SD9 sings, simply, it's so smooth and clear, I have no other pedal that does this (and I have a box full).
    To accord with the hardwire (which handles furioso riffs) I put it in crunch (inter bottom left and right top) and it's perfect.

    I also matched with a crunch pedal and set in contrast to the lead but it's almost a shame as the crunch is good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is the best! Sound enchanting, versatile and just in case.
    I have not even paid dearly (less than hundred euros), this is the time before Christmas!
    Go ahead, you'll be happy, except ...
    if you play any (death metal, doom metal, nu metal, speed metal, thrash metal) ....!
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  • More than 20 years, but it does much tjrs

    Ibanez SD9 Sonic DistorsionPublished on 11/06/11 at 09:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Tone, Gain, Level, as 99% of pedals that time, and eventually enough is enough.

    UTILIZATION

    Test on Mesa Boogie Express, Fender Princeton 65 'Twin Reverb, Vox AC-HotRod and 15 ... Nothing to say it grows stronger.

    SOUND QUALITY

    It is his strong point. There's no distortion or cold austere, it's super warm and with a grain inimitable.
    Basically it's the grain of the legendary TS-9 but with a big win.
    Frankly it's overwhelming, impossible to not slam a few chords hard rock with the unit into place. ACDC and Trust are never far away.
    Back to the boom years of the warranty Hard.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very difficult to obtain, built only between 81 and 84, and quite a few models......
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    Tone, Gain, Level, as 99% of pedals that time, and eventually enough is enough.

    UTILIZATION

    Test on Mesa Boogie Express, Fender Princeton 65 'Twin Reverb, Vox AC-HotRod and 15 ... Nothing to say it grows stronger.

    SOUND QUALITY

    It is his strong point. There's no distortion or cold austere, it's super warm and with a grain inimitable.
    Basically it's the grain of the legendary TS-9 but with a big win.
    Frankly it's overwhelming, impossible to not slam a few chords hard rock with the unit into place. ACDC and Trust are never far away.
    Back to the boom years of the warranty Hard.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very difficult to obtain, built only between 81 and 84, and quite a few models on the market. A rating goes up very quickly ... currently about € 130-150. But it's an investment, not to lose value on this kind of stuff.
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  • Ibanez SD9 Sonic DistorsionPublished on 08/19/06 at 03:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog Distortion
    Type: rock, heavy metal

    The series of pedals from home TS9 Ibanez, from which the clbre Tube Screamer.
    I possde A model who does original product from 1981 to 1984. She does rdite rcemment by Maxon.

    UTILIZATION

    Rglages classic for this type of effect: volume, tone and dist.
    No complicated rgler to find a good sound. The range of potentiomtres is correct and allows for many possibilities.
    The switch is of good quality.
    Casing the robust and Aesthetics.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Trs good disto mdiums load. Quite aggressive, it may be appropriate in many styles connotations rock or even more hard but dcevra metal fans for its lack of low end and the grain too......
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    Analog Distortion
    Type: rock, heavy metal

    The series of pedals from home TS9 Ibanez, from which the clbre Tube Screamer.
    I possde A model who does original product from 1981 to 1984. She does rdite rcemment by Maxon.

    UTILIZATION

    Rglages classic for this type of effect: volume, tone and dist.
    No complicated rgler to find a good sound. The range of potentiomtres is correct and allows for many possibilities.
    The switch is of good quality.
    Casing the robust and Aesthetics.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Trs good disto mdiums load. Quite aggressive, it may be appropriate in many styles connotations rock or even more hard but dcevra metal fans for its lack of low end and the grain too vintage.
    The maximum gain is quite dense and sustain an acceptable trs.
    The pedals also gnre trs beautiful overdrive when takes the trouble to exploit the possibilities of potentiomtre of dist.
    The tone gives normment shine above the 6 / 10. What makes a snapping sound and trs aggressive, I like particulirement.

    Sound typical nineties.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A trs PDAL I am happy to have in my collection. A typical grain and aggressive. The charm of the TS9 SERIES ...

    I do not know if rdition by Maxon is the same ...
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  • Ibanez SD9 Sonic DistorsionPublished on 08/19/06 at 04:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bit distortion transistors, made in Japan.
    in / out, DC 9V

    UTILIZATION

    Config trs simplistic, one drive, and a level tone. Easy to get picky sound Different.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The PDAL is versatile enough to effect a typical rock. With the drive back was the right one very powerful distortion worthy of a great bunch of trash. With a good guitar with an amplifier gain and height, you can get a good big sound.
    In rglant subtly drive you can find sounds more rock, less heavy, and the tone works wonders on the distortion.
    It is not against the pedals with I would use to do solos ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    A really cool pedals, though versatile, well type, which provides a lot of......
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    Bit distortion transistors, made in Japan.
    in / out, DC 9V

    UTILIZATION

    Config trs simplistic, one drive, and a level tone. Easy to get picky sound Different.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The PDAL is versatile enough to effect a typical rock. With the drive back was the right one very powerful distortion worthy of a great bunch of trash. With a good guitar with an amplifier gain and height, you can get a good big sound.
    In rglant subtly drive you can find sounds more rock, less heavy, and the tone works wonders on the distortion.
    It is not against the pedals with I would use to do solos ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    A really cool pedals, though versatile, well type, which provides a lot of sounds. In any case it suits me to play the trash. Just one catch, the price is between 130 and 160 euros for a three pedals with transistors, a chip and the rest in condo and Resistors, it makes a bit expensive. In my opinion the Maxon is completely identical, except for some components latest issue, but as these are standard components in it, I do not see what would change.
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  • Ibanez SD9 Sonic DistorsionPublished on 08/04/11 at 18:38
    The Ibanez SD9 Sonic Distortion is a pedal for guitar but can be used with any electronic instrument, although I'd probably recommend sticking to electric guitar with this one. It looks much like the other pedals in the Ibanez '9' series like the TS9 (Tube Screamer) and the AD9 (Analog Delay). It is an analog pedal and isn't rackable in any form.

    UTILIZATION

    The parameters found on the Ibanez SD9 Sonic Distortion are minimal and easy to follow. If you've ever used a distortion pedal before you'll recognize this make up - tone, volume, and distortion. That's all there is to the pedal and you'll see that it's a very popular configuration. There shouldn't be a use for a manual with......
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    The Ibanez SD9 Sonic Distortion is a pedal for guitar but can be used with any electronic instrument, although I'd probably recommend sticking to electric guitar with this one. It looks much like the other pedals in the Ibanez '9' series like the TS9 (Tube Screamer) and the AD9 (Analog Delay). It is an analog pedal and isn't rackable in any form.

    UTILIZATION

    The parameters found on the Ibanez SD9 Sonic Distortion are minimal and easy to follow. If you've ever used a distortion pedal before you'll recognize this make up - tone, volume, and distortion. That's all there is to the pedal and you'll see that it's a very popular configuration. There shouldn't be a use for a manual with the SD9 as it's super simple and easy to use.

    SOUND QUALITY

    While I can't say that the Ibanez SD9 Sonic Distortion would be my go to distortion if I had one (hence why I don't have one), it does have a unique sound that I can see being useful in some situations. It's a transparent sounding distortion and I'd guess I'd liken it to something like the sound of ZZ Top. It can get a pretty good amount of gain going on if you crank it up, but I probably like it best at a lower gain and for rhythm guitar parts.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The Ibanez SD9 Sonic Distortion isn't my favorite distortion pedal but I see it's value in a studio setting or if this is the sound you're going for, for your live set up. The pedal isn't too expensive, but I do think that for this price used you can find other more versatile distortion pedals out there. It's worth a try to see if it matches your sound as it is good at what it does, it's just not all that versatile.
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  • Ibanez SD9 Sonic DistorsionPublished on 03/26/10 at 05:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Annoyed overdrive, ibanez typed: rich in harmonic treble!

    UTILIZATION

    ease of use, try it with half the Drive it gives her a perfect Hendrix
    or for the connoisseur Pearl Jam - that they use the same pedal ^ ^!

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is not an amp, just a pedal
    ... A damn fine pedal
    I must say!

    when galley in rehearsal room / concert you realize where are the "best frequencies" for guitar
    Ibanez then this has never disappointed me: well-defined and well sculpted for group play.

    OVERALL OPINION

    one hour, awesome!
    I manage to do Hendrix, Pearl Jam
    but also to improvise more.

    At first I thought to myself, oh shit tubescreamer9 still cold and impersonal,
    but by dint of......
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    Annoyed overdrive, ibanez typed: rich in harmonic treble!

    UTILIZATION

    ease of use, try it with half the Drive it gives her a perfect Hendrix
    or for the connoisseur Pearl Jam - that they use the same pedal ^ ^!

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is not an amp, just a pedal
    ... A damn fine pedal
    I must say!

    when galley in rehearsal room / concert you realize where are the "best frequencies" for guitar
    Ibanez then this has never disappointed me: well-defined and well sculpted for group play.

    OVERALL OPINION

    one hour, awesome!
    I manage to do Hendrix, Pearl Jam
    but also to improvise more.

    At first I thought to myself, oh shit tubescreamer9 still cold and impersonal,
    but by dint of playing in fact I discovered the potential of this beast!
    MIAM MIAM

    2010 April * Note: I have a second in 1982, striking similarity with the Boss DS1 for better or worse,
    it is more distal than 1983, less responsive to the subtleties but faster
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