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Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer
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Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer

Overdrive pedal from Ibanez belonging to the 9 series.

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Published on 03/15/13 at 09:04
Overdrive pedal with drive, tone and level.

9V power supply standard.

UTILIZATION

It is fairly simple to use as delirium is always to know the measure with something else in its settings.

Attention to it can generate buzz especially vintage.

SOUND QUALITY

It's simple you have a sea amps ù ^ m $! You want better sound with a warm drive, which will give a small lamp next to your old marshall 30 watt transistor war. Take it!

All blues players I part is the drive to have.

Do not expect a distortion to the brutaldeathdouble trashmetal undercore is not made for it. Although coupled with another distortion, this tends to drive round your sound.

This gives a little crunch, just enough to get a blues sound without being rough (not replace it after touching anyway).

Coupled with an AC30 + compressor + a p'tite reverb, it gives you a sound that will prevent you from scratching your release for two hours. Mellow sound with sustain, vintage grain. No matter if you are on strat on both LP sound.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been 6 months since I played with a vintage and I still enjoy.

It allows me to have the additional crunch the AC30C2 (I does not fully gain on the clean channel for effects). It is almost always walking again.

This is really a plus in your board.
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