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Keeley Modded Ibanez TS808 Mod Plus Tube Screamer with True Bypass Guitar Effects Pedal
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Though the Ibanez TS808 is a legendary Tube Screamer, Robert Keeley felt there were areas that need improvement, namely increasing its limited bass r...Click To Read More About This Product
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Keeley's take on the Holy Grail of Tube Screamers!
Though the Ibanez TS808 is a legendary Tube Screamer, Robert Keeley felt there were areas that need improvement, namely increasing its limited bass response and limited gain range. With the TS808 Mod Plus Tube Screamer with True Bypass, that's exactly what you get, plus a Texas Instruments RC4558 chip like those used in early TS808 units and increased transparency over the stock model.
The bass response of the TS808 Mod Plus Tube Screamer is tightened up, cleaning up the muddiness that many TS808 users have complained about. The gain range is tweaked as well, allowing the pedal to clean up nicely at lower ranges and drive harder when cranked, plus plenty of sweet spots in between. Other upgrades include a gold chip socket, increased control and response from the tone control, and a fuller low-end sound.
Keeley also improves parts of the FET switching so that you have a better, clearer tone, both when the pedal's on and off. All the factory solder joints are checked so you won't have power supply problems anytime soon. Metal film resistors are used to reduce noise in the system as well. True bypass.
- Texas Instruments RC4558P chip
- True bypass
- Gold chip socket
- Metal film resistors
- Metal film capacitors
- Improved FET switching
- Enhanced Tone control response
- Enhanced gain range
- Fuller lower-end sound