There is no single stomp box more famous than the Ibanez Tube Screamer. Thanks to tubelike distortion, smooth sustain, fat tone, and acclaim by artists too numerous to mention, the Tube Screamer has been and continues to be the world's most popular solid-state overdrive. So much so that after production of the TS9 ended in 1984, used TS9s were going for as much as 4 times their original price at vintage shows a few years later. >More
For the guitarist who's looking to pack more onto to the pedalboard, Ibanez introduces the Tube Screamer Mini. Manufactured in Japan and measuring in at 1.375" wide and 3.5" long, the TSMINI has all the features that have made the TS808 a legend, including Overdrive, Tone and Level controls, analog circuitry and the legendary JRC4558 IC chip. >More
Originally released in the mid-1970s, the Ibanez OD850 Overdrive is ironically, not an overdrive at all. Designed in the spirit of the full, fat fuzz tones that had soared in popularity at the dawn of the 70s, this esoteric effect has earned a strong reputation over the years and has become a high-priced collectors item. >More
From the same factory as the original TS9. The same hand wired analog circuitry. The same warm Tube Screamer overdrive and sustain. The TS9DX also offers three settings for increased low-end crunch: +, Hot, and Turbo, all of which maintain the original TS9 tonal integrity. >More
The Ibanez Mini Series Pedals are designed to allow guitarists to make the most of the space on their pedal boards while providing superior effects and tone with the clearest signal path. >More
The Ibanez ES2 Echo Shifter Analog Delay Pedal provides all-analog sound with features that are normally only found on digital pedals. This incredible pedal features a tap tempo footswitch, allowing on-the-fly tempo adjustment. >More
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