Ibanez Sonic Distortion Modified Guitar Effects Pedal

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The return of a legend.

The heaviest of the Ibanez 9 series, the SD9 Sonic Distortion guitar effects pedal has risen from the ashes. Newly modified to cast that metal-head of yours even deeper into the overdrive netherworld. Hit Mid Boost, hit Gain Boost, and say goodbye your loved ones. Grab a chord and hold on.

  • Distortion, Tone and Level knobs
  • Gain switch
  • Mid-Boost switch

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Sonic Distortion Modified Guitar Effects Pedal Specifications:

  • Input impedance 500K ohms
  • Output impedance 10K ohms
  • Maximum Output Level 0 dBm
  • Maximum Gain + 30 dB
  • Equivaient Input Noise -100 dBm (IHF-A)
  • Power supply 1 - 9V battery or external AC adaptor (9V)
  • 3"W x 2"H × 4.9"D
  • Weight: 1.3 lbs
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excellent pedal

By norman

from North Carolina

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  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Versatile


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      Comments about Ibanez Sonic Distortion Modified Guitar Effects Pedal:

      Very versatile. Some like few knobs/simplicity, but to me more versatility equals fewer pedals. Not only the standard vol/tone/dist knobs, but a mid-boost and gain boost switches. Gain off, mids on, dist turned down, it sounds like a tube screamer turned up.mids off, gain on, dist cranked, it gives a heavy, grungy "evanescense-bring me to life" type saturation.The gain adds tube-like power and breakup, turning distortion up seems to add bass and a "heavy" sound. Overall, there's plenty of options with this one.It's well built, sounds good and [$]. I'm keeping it.

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