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Ibanez Sonic Distortion Modified Guitar Effects Pedal
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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 o...Read More
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.
The return of a legend.
- Distortion, Tone and Level knobs
- Gain switch
- Mid-Boost switch
Get your ticket on the overdrive freight train. Order today.
Sonic Distortion Modified Guitar Effects Pedal
- 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
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Compact Design
- Excellent Sound Quality
- Good Selection Of Effects
- Great heavy distortion
- High gainvintage toggle
- Mid boost
- Very fat low end
- Very slight clipping
- Amateur Recording
- Home Studio
Comments about Ibanez Sonic Distortion Modified Guitar Effects Pedal:
I did not find any reviews on this pedal, hadn't heard a thing about it until I went to my local music shop in Alaska, Mammoth Music. I just put brand new pickups in my Ibanez rgt42dxfx, the DiMarzio "The Breed" neck and bridge, and I was blown away at the fat, punchy, overall cleaner but better sound I obtained from them. I play through a Vox AC15C1 and I typically used the MXR OD for my distortion using the amps natural tube tone, but once the new pickups were in, distortion was harder to achieve. I wanted something modern sounding, but my Metal Zone sounds like garbage through the Vox, so I started talking with my music guys, they let me try a few pedals through another ac15, and I was blown away by this pedal. It has incredible versatility, and even though I am a local Worship/CCM artist I immediately tuned my ibanez to drop B and began chugging away. With everything at 12 the gain was so punchy and tight I could make out every note in the chord while still retaining massive amounts of gain in standard tuning. Still incredibly heavy. then you turn the gain switch off and you have an incredible vintage tone. All this low-mid power through a chimey Vox ac15??? It is unheard of! I will use this pedal until it explodes from sheer awesomeness and baditude. Not only can I use it to fill up sound in a lighter Christian-Rock setting, but I can detune and play Killswitch or Slipknot if I wanted to. I cannot recommend this enough. Pair it with a ts9 or a MXR OD (I know, shush) and you have an incredible gamut of tonal options. Get this instead of any metal distortion or if you are seeking something higher gain without that boutique Marshall/Mesa price.