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Ibanez TS808HW Hand Wired Tube Screamer
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Ibanez TS808HW Hand Wired Tube Screamer

Overdrive pedal from Ibanez belonging to the Tube Screamer series.

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hiwattdoctorhiwattdoctor

Ibanez TS808HW Hand Wired Tube ScreamerPublished on 04/22/09 at 19:48
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Must be completely stupid to put 349 euros in a screamer pedal cable hand tube
while a clone constuire costs less than 100 euros with a real mechanical truebypass, reminder the tube screamer is built around a dual op amp this kind in 1458, 4558, or 082 tl (the sound of jrc 4558 IS A MYTH, C is bullshit) c is based on the simplest Diagrams of the world, BOSS sd1 yolk okaz 30 euros slightly modified it works like

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Tone drive & level (as in BOSS)

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is not terrible, a king tube boosted with a 12 volt transformer regulates and tube ECC83s jjtesla or better a mullard, philips, it sounds rtc 1000 times better (why 12 volts, for the filament of the tube is......
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Must be completely stupid to put 349 euros in a screamer pedal cable hand tube
while a clone constuire costs less than 100 euros with a real mechanical truebypass, reminder the tube screamer is built around a dual op amp this kind in 1458, 4558, or 082 tl (the sound of jrc 4558 IS A MYTH, C is bullshit) c is based on the simplest Diagrams of the world, BOSS sd1 yolk okaz 30 euros slightly modified it works like

USE

Tone drive & level (as in BOSS)

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is not terrible, a king tube boosted with a 12 volt transformer regulates and tube ECC83s jjtesla or better a mullard, philips, it sounds rtc 1000 times better (why 12 volts, for the filament of the tube is 12.6 volts and 9 volt step: Voluntary error in Ibanez
standartiser for the transformer)

NOTICE GLOBAL

At 349 euros I think it is theft but often people think that by buying pedals so-called cable hand, special series and everything they are going to play like Hendrix would already have the JMP PLEXY and 4x12 greenbacks, instead of buying electro harmonix series of sounds here c is reliable and cheap or so old dod preamp 250 on EBAY here c is the overdrive that sounds but not the tube screamer.
Last reminder jrc the 4558 is not a rare one and special manufacturing (the last that I buy for a desk yamaha should listen 0.98 euros, more Ibanez welds that will then support it with a 0.13 euros guitarist lambda could try it and see others as jrc c is the m ....
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laidilaidi

Gnial for rock / blues

Ibanez TS808HW Hand Wired Tube ScreamerPublished on 05/05/10 at 08:01
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pure analog

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surper single .....

SOUND QUALITY

Bennnnnnnnnn the ... is the great DBAT for some ... :)
Ca I say, because I have the TS808 reissue .... and this one ..... I play blues and rock for 28 years now ... so I notice ... mmmm enough pr cis on the "thing" ... well :) it's still my opinion ...
I will not say it is killing ... ruez you buy the ... ..... not at all ....
Just understand two important things .... the TS808 reissue has no true bypass and the original ..... second thing .... it has a buffer for an explanation of the true bypass and a buffer pedal .... GOOGLE is .... you will find the answer ... and I would say that there is a third thing is that the......
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pure analog

USE

surper single .....

SOUND QUALITY

Bennnnnnnnnn the ... is the great DBAT for some ... :)
Ca I say, because I have the TS808 reissue .... and this one ..... I play blues and rock for 28 years now ... so I notice ... mmmm enough pr cis on the "thing" ... well :) it's still my opinion ...
I will not say it is killing ... ruez you buy the ... ..... not at all ....
Just understand two important things .... the TS808 reissue has no true bypass and the original ..... second thing .... it has a buffer for an explanation of the true bypass and a buffer pedal .... GOOGLE is .... you will find the answer ... and I would say that there is a third thing is that the electronic components slectionns have t ... and of course, the sound difference is not the norm ... but it is now ..... for the guitarist who is an overdrive overdrive .... buy behringer two balls then .... and finally, if you cherch SRV his or other ..... bennnnnn good advice ....
work your instrument and does not dpensez your money for nothing .... SVR would like Hendrix played on crates or hardware stew ..... they would have had almost the sound they had .....


NOTICE GLOBAL

bennnnnn good strat, a bonnn Twin or super reverb pedal ....... and that the balllllll
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FreakoidFreakoid

Most Active TS (still happy considering the price)

Ibanez TS808HW Hand Wired Tube ScreamerPublished on 03/16/11 at 07:49
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TS808 HW
HANDWIRED, Mogami cable ... short but who cares, we're in a marketing stunt ...

UTILIZATION

Ben is an overdrive pedal

SOUND QUALITY

I was looking for a true bypass pedal that kept the sonic characteristics of my amp;
I tried a standard TS9, a pe Français muff'in a Blackstar and other ...

The only perfectly meets my expectations were T808HW and Analogman TS808 of Silver. Other TS9, and some people love for it, have a bump in the midrange. The spectrum of the TS808 is more linear ... that's what I wanted: an OD True By Pass, with a broad spectrum and which retains the accuracy of my amp.


OVERALL OPINION

It is very expensive and is a marketing coup for suckers, and......
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TS808 HW
HANDWIRED, Mogami cable ... short but who cares, we're in a marketing stunt ...

UTILIZATION

Ben is an overdrive pedal

SOUND QUALITY

I was looking for a true bypass pedal that kept the sonic characteristics of my amp;
I tried a standard TS9, a pe Français muff'in a Blackstar and other ...

The only perfectly meets my expectations were T808HW and Analogman TS808 of Silver. Other TS9, and some people love for it, have a bump in the midrange. The spectrum of the TS808 is more linear ... that's what I wanted: an OD True By Pass, with a broad spectrum and which retains the accuracy of my amp.


OVERALL OPINION

It is very expensive and is a marketing coup for suckers, and despite all that, it remains for me the overdrive I was looking for. The grain is a bit different from Analogman, I use two in series when the need arises.

Oh, I forgot: the switch farted ... that of the Analogman has still not moved ...
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: TS808HW Hand Wired Tube Screamer
  • Series: Tube Screamer
  • Category: Overdrive pedals
  • Added in our database on: 05/05/2010

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