Is Maxon the same as Ibanez?

Is Maxon the same as Ibanez?

A: Maxon was an OEM pedal maker for several manufacturers, including Ibanez. An old Maxon pedal should sound like an Ibanez, because it is an Ibanez, just with a different name.

Is the Maxon od9 a Tube Screamer?

These green machines are not called ‘Tube Screamers’, but they are built by the company behind the Ibanez originals.

Is Maxon OD808 true bypass?

In response to ongoing requests from discerning customers, Maxon Custom Shop is now offering True Bypass (TBS) modifications for the legendary OD808 Overdrive.

Is Ibanez Tube Screamer true bypass?

The Ibanez Tube Screamer, in its many versions and forms can be found on pedal boards in every corner of the globe, on arena stages and in small studios and bedrooms. Equipped with True Bypass, this Tube Screamer sends pure guitar excitement to your amplifier with no tonal loss whatsoever.

Is the Ibanez Tube Screamer good?

One of the guitar experts on our team bought their TS9 nine years ago. They used it with different amplifiers, including their Marshall tube combo. The product is still in good shape. So, if you’re looking for a robust overdrive pedal for your guitar, you can consider the Tube Screamer a safe bet.

Did Maxon invent the Tube Screamer?

Also, Maxon, which produced the original Tube Screamer pedals for the Ibanez brand in the 1970s–1980s, produce their own version of the Tube Screamer (called Overdrives: the OD-808 and OD-9 as opposed to Tube Screamer, TS).

What is the difference between the Maxon OD-9 and Ibanez OD808?

Ibanez still markets Tube Screamers of its own, although they’re no longer made by Maxon. Externally, the Maxon OD-9 is a dead ringer for the Ibanez TS9, but the OD808 has more generic cosmetics. Both originals had buffers on the input and output that remained in the signal path whether the pedal was on or off.

When did the Maxon OD-808 Tube Screamer overdrive come out?

The design was unveiled in 1979 and was aimed at the domestic Japanese market under its own Maxon brand as the OD-808 Overdrive, while Nisshin’s customer, the Hoshino Gakki company, cornered the overseas market with the circuit in the guise of its Ibanez-branded TS-808 Tube Screamer Overdrive Pro.

Is the Maxon TS808 tube screamer a vintage TS9?

We compare two new Maxons to a vintage TS9… The original Tube Screamer was part of a range of pedals Maxon built for Ibanez between 1974 and 2002, establishing Ibanez as a stompbox brand. When the TS808 arrived in 1979, relatively few pedals sought to emulate the sound of cranked up valve amps.

Which Maxon Tube Screamer pedal should you buy?

Having played a Tube Screamer for over 20 years, this reviewer felt right at home with both of these Maxon pedals. It’s horses for courses. If you want dead on classic tone, and can live without the classic looks, the OD808 is the one for you.