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Ibanez SS10 Session Man

Distortion from Ibanez belonging to the 10 series.

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Ibanez SS10 Session ManPublished on 01/18/07 at 13:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Distortion and chorus pedal
9v battery or adapter
input and output jack
all in a pink metal Casing

UTILIZATION

This pedal has been very badly designed...
to adjust the chorus parameters you have to open the battery compartment and at the bottom of a little hole you will find two little screws acting as potentiometers... they can be used to regulate the chorus but you need to open the pedal and to have your tool bag handy...
on the upper side of the pedal there are a chorus volume, the volume, and the distortion gain and tonality, together with a little switch to use the two effects in series or in parallel mode.

SOUND QUALITY

BUT, the effects are hell! a worth of paufiner are...…
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Distortion and chorus pedal
9v battery or adapter
input and output jack
all in a pink metal Casing

UTILIZATION

This pedal has been very badly designed...
to adjust the chorus parameters you have to open the battery compartment and at the bottom of a little hole you will find two little screws acting as potentiometers... they can be used to regulate the chorus but you need to open the pedal and to have your tool bag handy...
on the upper side of the pedal there are a chorus volume, the volume, and the distortion gain and tonality, together with a little switch to use the two effects in series or in parallel mode.

SOUND QUALITY

BUT, the effects are hell! a worth of paufiner are rglage.
super easy 80's on going Police to Pixies (but must be chosen before ...).
it is the only pedals I use for these two effects, the sound is very personal and when you get used to the pedals is irremplassable.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two years, and I will have trouble without it.
no ide prices ... but it seems pretty rare.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: SS10 Session Man
  • Series: 10
  • Category: Distortions
  • Added in our database on: 01/16/2007

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Other names: ss10 sessionman, ss10sessionman, ss 10 session man, ss10session man

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