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Behold the fuchsia glory. The original Ibanez AD-9 was originally designed and produced by Maxon, so the same pedal was sold under the two different brand names from 1982-4; these Maxon branded units were sold to the Japan domestic market. It sounds...
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Warm, wobbly analog goodness. Maxon made a fair few iconic pedals for that 'other' big Japanese brand over the decades, some of which fetch a fortune these days. It's got a nice gaudy label and top notch guts; it's the sauce...
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Maxon make some of the best sounding analog delays going around. They make their own chips, so it's a hands-on approach, which yields mammoth self oscillating awesomeness and a whole heap of fun. Jag>>fuzz>>THIS>>amp= best weekend ever.Model: Maxon AD900 Analog...
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Maxon invented the famed AD-9 circuit that was sold under the Ibanez brand name, so this one comes from a long line of good analog delays. It's a fantastic sounding delay: thick, juicy, warm... satisfying. Model: Maxon AD9Pro Analog DelayMade: Japan, recent...
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Maxon '01 Series' pedals were made in the late 80s and sold exclusively to the domestic Japan market. This is a tweakable and warm drive, there's a nice defined grit on offer. Low-gain drive on bass is hard to nail,...
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Maxon 01 Series pedals were made in the mid 80s and sold to the Japan domestic market. They're simple and effective little boxes, and this is no exception. There's a lot of range on the sustain control, so you can...
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This is lush! There's a whole heap of seasick wobbly goodness on tap, all with that warm bucket-brigade goodness. The 'modulation' knob on the back is a wet/dry mix, plus the 'pre-delay' control allows for some seriously wacky sounds. This...
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These were made in the 80s and were blessed with the reverred Panasonic MN3207 bucket brigade chip. That lends it a natural warmth and complexity, plus the controls offer plenty of range to tweak. They don't make them like this...
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Maxon invented the Tubescreamer, so this is really just their reissue of their own legendary 808 circuit. It sounds great; you've almost certainly heard this tone on your favourite records. Green goodness.Model: Maxon OD808 OverdriveMade in: Japan, recent model (serial 134OD013)Type: low-mid gain boost/overdrivePower: standard 9v...
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This is a great little phaser, it sounds awesome. You've got plenty of control over the scope and madness of the phasing, plus it has that certain analog warmth and tastiness common with Maxon stuff. Orange goodness.Model: Maxon PT-9 PhaserMade:...
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This model of phaser popped up in 1978 and was made in this format for a couple of short years. The three knob setup gives you heaps of scope to dial in what you're after. The feedback control sends the...
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Maxon use a bunch of clever designs and a heap of voltage doublers to get one little 12AX7 tube glowing reassuringly and cooking up the bacon. Tube compression has a tasty natural warmth and vibe, and oh boy, this is...
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This is an interesting pedal; it was produced as a collaboration between pedal legends Maxon and Stafford, the well regarded guitar brand that does very well domestically in Japan. It's a fuzz, but it's a super low gain fuzz. It goes...
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