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Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer

There's no doubt about it, the Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer is one, if not the most popular guitar overdrive out there. Guitar player such as Stevie Ray Vaughan used it as the TS9 really let's the sound and feel of the guitar player come through. It is one of the most copied, cloned pedals and is used as a basic circuit for many later pedals.

Plugging it in makes you feel as if you went back in time. It sounds like old favourite records. This mid boost it delivers is really prominent and perfect for rock and blues as it cuts through the mix, yet keeps your guitar sound there.

The Tube Screamer went through many variations. It started in the late 70's as the TS-808 Overdrive Pro, then in early 80's the first TS9 were produced and some more variations came after. Nevertheless the Ibanez TS9 Tube Streamer remains the famous version of them all, it is a great pedal effect.
There's no doubt about it, the Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer is one, if not the most popular guitar overdrive out there. Guitar player such as Stevie Ray Vaughan used it as the TS9 really let's the sound and feel of the guitar player come through. It is one of the most copied, cloned pedals and is used as a basic circuit for many later pedals.

Plugging it in makes you feel as if you went back in time. It sounds like old favourite records. This mid boost it delivers is really prominent and perfect for rock and blues as it cuts through the mix, yet keeps your guitar sound there.

The Tube Screamer went through many variations. It started in the late 70's as the TS-808 Overdrive Pro, then in early 80's the first TS9 were produced and some more variations came after. Nevertheless the Ibanez TS9 Tube Streamer remains the famous version of them all, it is a great pedal effect.
Name TS9 Tube Screamer
Weight (in g) 570.00
Voltage 9
Polarity -
Circuit Analog
Main FX Overdrive
Manufacturer Ibanez
Series Tube Screamer
Size (Dimensions W x D X H in mm) 74 x 124 x 53
Made In Japan
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