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Ibanez TM5 Thrash Metal

Distortion from Ibanez belonging to the SoundTank series.

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Ibanez TM5 Thrash MetalPublished on 11/29/11 at 08:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Distortion

UTILIZATION

simple setup and use (3 buttons)

SOUND QUALITY

yes

OVERALL OPINION

The distortion is good. I do not understand your views on this subject.
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Ibanez TM5 Thrash MetalPublished on 05/06/06 at 07:53
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Excellent home-diseign Ibanez
-The switch is good but does not some faith (But it has surment cose I have a little maltreatment in show);)
I give 8 because the position of the son (on top) that it is of plug-in show a few times

UTILIZATION

Nothing to say about the use. Excellent, this is not a button mtal, we can use it down in the morning without hurting it;)

SOUND QUALITY

A little due because it is not at all a TrashMtal as the name suggests. I had to buy to get a mtal PDAL has the era but today I am filled by the end of its most Trashmtal, it gives me a much more old-rock I think. Good for her!

OVERALL OPINION

If you want to Mtal PDAL, the Ibanez Trashmtal may not be for......
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Excellent home-diseign Ibanez
-The switch is good but does not some faith (But it has surment cose I have a little maltreatment in show);)
I give 8 because the position of the son (on top) that it is of plug-in show a few times

UTILIZATION

Nothing to say about the use. Excellent, this is not a button mtal, we can use it down in the morning without hurting it;)

SOUND QUALITY

A little due because it is not at all a TrashMtal as the name suggests. I had to buy to get a mtal PDAL has the era but today I am filled by the end of its most Trashmtal, it gives me a much more old-rock I think. Good for her!

OVERALL OPINION

If you want to Mtal PDAL, the Ibanez Trashmtal may not be for you. However, if you want a much finer and rock, I board. But if not for that price, I'm sure there are better. M'enfin it makes the job!
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Ibanez TM5 Thrash MetalPublished on 10/17/07 at 12:14
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PDAL simple: gain, volume and tone.
Plus the thing a push to make noise

I prcise: I am a bassist.

UTILIZATION

Bought a mouth of bread on ebay (8), I have no manual, but unless you are the last of the cons, it's useless to have one!

All this is plasticky, has stinks to high heaven in the quality "made in china"

SOUND QUALITY

If the up, Submitted to a well, or not bad, it is no longer the case.

Why do you call a "Thrash mtal" I still wonder "jazzy-bluesy" t have better.
It does not even Fuzz!
Try a Fender DeVille and a strat 'Amerlock 80's APRS to be sure it's not my basses dconnent, nah, nothing, not a distortion of the name!
The sound that comes out is nice,......
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PDAL simple: gain, volume and tone.
Plus the thing a push to make noise

I prcise: I am a bassist.

UTILIZATION

Bought a mouth of bread on ebay (8), I have no manual, but unless you are the last of the cons, it's useless to have one!

All this is plasticky, has stinks to high heaven in the quality "made in china"

SOUND QUALITY

If the up, Submitted to a well, or not bad, it is no longer the case.

Why do you call a "Thrash mtal" I still wonder "jazzy-bluesy" t have better.
It does not even Fuzz!
Try a Fender DeVille and a strat 'Amerlock 80's APRS to be sure it's not my basses dconnent, nah, nothing, not a distortion of the name!
The sound that comes out is nice, attention, but it has the same result by increasing the volume of the amp and distortion "natural".

Or, if there were only a. ..
The worst has to be the "fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff" that accompanies any sound coming from your amp. Even without playing elsewhere.
In short: a breath. It also blows more than not has any sound distorts.

Worse (yes, did it twice), 1x 2, you push to activate (or deactivate) the pedals and hop, or it does not plug or unplug it does not. It is sometimes even 4 or 5x s'acharner above.
I disassemble but I have not seen anything specially.

is shit!

OVERALL OPINION

I've had six months, I do not throw because I was the account OCCAZ 'the fiddle for a nice thing, if I find way to solve this problem of connection.

if you find it for a few euros on occasion, why not, but new, fly this thing!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: TM5 Thrash Metal
  • Series: SoundTank
  • Category: Distortions
  • Added in our database on: 07/03/2006

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but your help will be much welcomed

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