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Ibanez SD9 Sonic Distorsion
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Ibanez SD9 Sonic Distorsion

Distortion from Ibanez belonging to the 9 series.

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«  This is the new, 2012 with the mini-switches »

Published on 04/14/12 at 14:17
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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