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When did the Ibanez TS9 come out?

When did the Ibanez TS9 come out?

The 808 was only in production for a couple of years before it was changed to the TS9 version in 1982. Because sales were poor in the beginning, that model was dropped by 1984.

Where is TS9 made?

Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer – Made in Japan.

Where are Ibanez Tube Screamers made?

The latest new tube screamer was made available about early 2000, the TS7 TONE-LOK pedal. It is made in Taiwan like the TS5 but in a metal case that should stand up better.

Did SRV use a TS808?

It’s an Ibanez TS-808 Tube Screamer that was apparently owned, at some point, by the late Stevie Ray Vaughan. “FOR SALE: Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Personal Ibanez Tube Screamer TS-808! Cesar Diaz (SRV’s tech) sold two of Stevie Ray’s Tube Screamers after he passed.

Is the Ibanez TS9 the same as the original?

The Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer is a reissue that’s just like the original in so many ways. Same housing, same instantly identifiable green paint, and the same crankin’ overdrive that makes it one of the all-time classics in guitar effects. So, plug it in, crank it up, and you’ll hear what all the fuss is about.

Who is the maker of the Ibanez Tube Screamer?

The Tube Screamer from Ibanez (originally built by Maxon) ranks as one of the most influential pedals ever made and set the bar for generations of overdrives to come.

What kind of overdrive pedal does Ibanez use?

Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer Reissue Distortion/Overdrive Pedal Features at a Glance: Classic stompbox distortion and overdrive effect Made in the same factory and with the same parts as the original TS9 Input impedance: 500 Kohms

Is the TS9 Tube Screamer overdrive pedal authentic?

The TS9 Tube Screamer is one of the most imitated classic distortion pedals ever made. Now you can get your hands on a reissue that’s every bit as authentic as an original. In fact, this TS9 Tube Screamer features the same components, housing, and seasick-green paint used to make the original models.

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