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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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romain27 romain27

«  TS9 vintage 1983 JRC 4558D »

Publié le 12/03/14 à 10:55
Ideal material to attack a very good tube amp

UTILIZATION

3 pots easy to adjust
put the gain at 10:30
to level at 14.00
set the tone at 11:30

With that you bump the ideal medium for solos or all blues sounds

SOUND QUALITY

Are legendary
Drive that does not distort the sound of the guitar or amp (ideal)
Its to boost the amp, give body to the sounds

OVERALL OPINION

Always copied never equaled
For me the best drive I've ever used
Caution must buy a TS9 with the original JRC4558D chip, because the grain copies or reissus has nothing to do especially if you use it with a good tube amp.
There is nirvana
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