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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Mig60, Jan 8, 2008.
I just buyed one on Ebay, any opinions? the chips used seems like the old boss delay
They're almost exactly the same circuit and use the same BBD IC as the earlier AD-9, and are exactly the same as the ADL. They have a very warm and kinda dark echo tone. They usually don't sell for more than $100 or so on ebay which is a great deal considering original AD-9's are selling for twice that or more.
ok, thanks so much!
it looks really cheap, but i remember reading very good reviews.
You won't be dissapointed. Great pedal.
+1...I'm not a big fan of Ibanez/Maxon analog delays...more of a DM-2/DM-3 guy, but I liked this pedal a lot.
i have one and i like it better than my maxon ad-80 (less muddy). It does the feedback thing that the ad-9s i've tried out can't do. Well worth the money. I have no idea why they aren't going for more money on ebay.
Great sounding delay, has those damn 10 Series jacks
+1 the adapter jack is too close to the input jack on the 10 series. Forget using Neutrik right angle plugs if you use an adapter.
Thanks a lot
is it difficult to rehouse in another enclosure? changing jacks and switch...
One of the 1st pedals I bought, don't know what happened to it.
I loved it, may buy another one someday.
I've still got the manual for it - if the one you bought doesn't have one and you need it let me know.
It probably wouldn't be worth the trouble. There are two pc boards and everything is board mounted.
thanks so much, i'll let you know
Sorry, my english sometimes is horrible, you mean is difficult, no?
and how is the buffer? about tone sucking
Difficulty would be dependent on your experience. I personally don't believe it would be worth the trouble of rehousing it. I never noticed any tone sucking, it's buffered like every other Ibanez pedal.
Ok, i'll keep it as it is
It arrived today, sounds great, it's an ugly thing but i'm happy, sound much better that i expect. Thanks for your opinions.