Ibanez

Ibanez Ten Series pedals sound terrific; I'm a big fan. This one is the regular comp, but voicing shifted downwards and the attack shortened up, just for our lowly bass player homies. You can get a super smooth, nuanced, clean...
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There's a lot to love here. The addition of a delay time control adds a whole lot of spice to a chorus pedal, plus the 'krazy' switch adds a whole lot of weirdness too. As a straight up tasty subtle...
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It's the classic Ibanez CS9 pedal, but tiny, diminutive, miniature etc. These mini Ibanez pedals enjoy a great reputation and deliver great results for not much real estate or cash. This one is basically new with only a few minutes...
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These 'Ten Series' pedals sound superb; they absolutely count as underrated hidden gems in my book. This is a terrific sounding delay; it's just got a certain sweetness and thickness to it that give it a tasty natural appeal. If...
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Firstly, it looks lie it belongs to Optimus Prime.... awesome. These 'Tone-Lok' Ibanez pedals are very cool; the knobs press in to save you adjusting them by accident on stage. This sounds terrific; it's got a really sweet and simple...
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There's a bit of internet hub-bub about these DE7 pedals; the whole Tone Lok series enjoys a good reputation for being ugly but great sounding units but the delay enjoys special esteem. It's a really tasty sounding delay: thick, rich,...
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Everyone knows the Ibanez AD-9, but these Ten Series digital delay pedals are surely worthy of some admiration also. This is a crisp, fat, thick and warm sounding digital delay, powered by a Mitsubishi M50195P chip that not many other...
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Tone Lok pedals are cool, right? This is a really fun dirtbox. At drive settings under 10-o-clok, this does a Tubescreamer-ish mid-hump growl that works pretty nicely. Cranked up, this hits the saturated Maxon D&S type singing sustain nicely. We...
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This is a gnarly fuzz. The standard mode is a hefty, aggressive fuzz; it's saturated and soupy with a nice stark top end cut through. The 'damage' switch cuts voltage, so you can get a gated style sputter on the...
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This is a gnarly fuzz. The standard mode is a hefty, aggressive fuzz; it's saturated and soupy with a nice stark top end cut through. The 'damage' switch cuts voltage, so you can get a gated style sputter on the...
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Ibanez GAX30, black, made in China 2004. Ibanez have generally produced well made guitars, even at the bottom end of their price range. This Gio series was a basic model in it's day, but hey, it's a perfectly respectable beginner...
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Ibanez Gio GRX20, black, China 2019. Ibanez low end Gio stuff has long impressed me; they're great little beginner guitars for very little cash. This is a handy and quick playing little 'Supestrat'. The neck is cooperative, the pickups are...
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Tone Lok series pedals rule. This rules. The controls give huge scope: it can go super fast or super slow, really deep or shallow etc. The feedback control sends the signal back through the effect for another round, so it...
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Ibanez Premium SR1200 VNF, natural finish, made in Indo 2011. Here we have a pretty serious bass. The Ibanez Premium line launched a decade or so ago to great acclaim; they're well regarded for consistent build quality and great hardware....
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Ibanez RS800 Roadster Bass, made in Japan 1980, sunburst finish. The Roadster line existed alongside the also iconic Blazer and Musician lines; between 1975-85 Ibanez had really started to hit their straps with their own shapes and models. This was one of...
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Ibanez S7320, white, made in Indo 2008. Seven strings! Haven't seen many of those around this shop, but hey, we're open to the concept. Being an S-series, this has the super thin body and slick neck, so it's a very...
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There's a bunch of cool old Japanese choruses you can pay varying slices of a fortune for, but this one surely deserves a place in the fold. It's a tasty, warm wobble that's equally comfortable doing subtle or hairy. The D-time...
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The classic green box of dirt...  chances are one of these makes an appearance on your favourite record, so hey, why not give it a spin on your own stuff too? Model: Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer Made in: Japan, recent model (serial 001184)Type: low gain boost/overdrivePower:...
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The classic green box of dirt...  chances are one of these makes an appearance on your favourite record, so hey, why not give it a spin on your own stuff too? Model: Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer Made in: Japan, recent model (serial 0841036)Type: low gain boost/overdrivePower:...
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The classic green box of dirt...  chances are one of these makes an appearance on your favourite record, so hey, why not give it a spin on your own stuff too? Model: Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer Made in: Japan, recent model (serial 0710462)Type: low gain boost/overdrivePower:...
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