TS9 and OCD

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Ides of March, Feb 24, 2009.

  1. Ides of March

    Ides of March Member

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    Does anyone use the TS9 with the Fulltone OCD? Do they work well or not. Or should I just take the TS9 off. Oh and it's not modded (TS9)
     
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    I think they work great together if the TS-9 is boosting the OCD. Only problem is OCD doesn't react well to buffers in front of it. It shares that characteristic with germanium fuzz pedals.
     
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    I am a little confused, they would work well together if I placed the TS9 in front of the OCD yes? The last part of your sentence sounded like it wouldn't work.
     
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    Buffers in front of the OCD make it sound very unnatural but if you have a true bypassed TS-9 in front it makes for a great combo.
     
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    Oh, so it would have to be modded then. I just have a stock one.
     
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    I dont like Maxon OD9 with OCD
    But love MXR Boost infront OCD
     
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    I use my ts9 to boost OCD. Ocd gives me those 70's marshall type of drive and when I switch on the boost it delivers 80's kind of sounds. I really like them both.
     

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