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CED Maxon M OD9 Effects Pedal Maxon OD9 Overdrive P1619574CED-M-OD9 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/CED/CED-M-OD9.jpg Maxon M OD9 Effects Pedal Maxon OD9 Overdrive Manufacturer Part Number: M-OD9The Maxon OD-9 is the original Tube Screamer TS9 circuit built by the company that designed this immensely popular overdrive pedal. They left no boxes unchecked by including a genuine JRC4558 and the only departure from the original is the inclusion of true bypass switching, a modern necessity. The OD-9 offers slightly more gain than the OD808.FeaturesIdentical to the original circuit and featuring the JRC4558 IC chipNatural tube-like overdrive that smoothly responds to dynamic signalsTrue Bypass SwitchingLow noise mechanical switchLED indicator for effect on/offDC power or 9V batteryMade in Japan Current Consumption6 mA @ 9V / 7 mA @ 10 V Depth4.88 in. Equivalent Input Noise≤ -115 dB Gain, maximum42 dB Input Impedance500 kΩ Item Height2.13 in. Item Width2.91 in. Output Impedance (Zout)10 kΩ Power Requirement9 - 10 VDC Packaging Information Packaging Dimensions6 in. × 3.5 in. × 2.5 in. Weight (Packaging)1.462 lbs. 1619574 840433000204 1.46lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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161.3900 2023-09-26 In Stock
customer review - by , November 11, 2021
5/ 5stars
We all know the Tube Screamer because of Ibanez and while Ibanez may have the grand recognition, Maxon is the real deal. Maxon created what we originally know as the Tube Screamer. They created the OD-808, which Ibanez licensed and branded as theTS-808 Tube Screamer and this pedal, the OD-9, which Ibanez calls the TS-9. What is the difference? Quality! Maxon uses the same, premium quality components they've always used and Ibanez uses cheaper, lesser quality and often different components that can be obtained for less cost then utilizes a cheaper build prices with low quality LED Lights that are hard to tell if they are even on where Maxon's shine bright like the premium star they are. If you want the real deal, you want a Maxon. Buy this pedal and you will never regret it. Maxon pedals cost more but there is a reason for that. They are much higher quality.
customer review - by , August 8, 2020
5/ 5stars
It's a tube screamer. You know it, you love it, or you don't. But it's a really good tube screamer that sounds nice and clean and comes with true bypass as well. I like this more than the current TS-9 or the TS808 reissue, which sound dirtier to me. You can run this with the drive set to 0 and get a nice clean boost as well. It reminds me of some boutique tube screamers but at a price that won't break your bank.I run this with my amp gain turned to the minimal possible setting to get some sound out of it, and the amp's clean volume turned up to where the amp is just about to break up. I turn my guitar volume down until I get a nice clean sound from that. Then I use the OD-9 for any distortion I want and to push the amp just a bit harder. The result is that soft playing sounds clean, and the harder I pick or strum it dirties up nicely, and I don't have to adjust anything, it just responds to my own dynamics. It's pretty sweet when it all works out!
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Maxon M-OD9 Effects Pedal - Maxon, OD9, Overdrive

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Manufacturer Part Number: M-OD9

The Maxon OD-9 is the original Tube Screamer TS9 circuit built by the company that designed this immensely popular overdrive pedal. They left no boxes unchecked by including a genuine JRC4558 and the only departure from the original is the inclusion of true bypass switching, a modern necessity. The OD-9 offers slightly more gain than the OD808.

Features
  • Identical to the original circuit and featuring the JRC4558 IC chip
  • Natural tube-like overdrive that smoothly responds to dynamic signals
  • True Bypass Switching
  • Low noise mechanical switch
  • LED indicator for effect on/off
  • DC power or 9V battery
  • Made in Japan




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By Kevin Darty
Date: November 21, 2021
We all know the Tube Screamer because of Ibanez and while Ibanez may have the grand recognition, Maxon is the real deal. Maxon created what we originally know as the Tube Screamer. They created the OD-808, which Ibanez licensed and branded as theTS-808 Tube Screamer and this pedal, the OD-9, which Ibanez calls the TS-9. What is the difference? Quality! Maxon uses the same, premium quality components they've always used and Ibanez uses cheaper, lesser quality and often different components that can be obtained for less cost then utilizes a cheaper build prices with low quality LED Lights that are hard to tell if they are even on where Maxon's shine bright like the premium star they are. If you want the real deal, you want a Maxon. Buy this pedal and you will never regret it. Maxon pedals cost more but there is a reason for that. They are much higher quality.
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Jonathan Pater
Date: August 31, 2020
It's a tube screamer. You know it, you love it, or you don't. But it's a really good tube screamer that sounds nice and clean and comes with true bypass as well. I like this more than the current TS-9 or the TS808 reissue, which sound dirtier to me. You can run this with the drive set to 0 and get a nice clean boost as well. It reminds me of some boutique tube screamers but at a price that won't break your bank.I run this with my amp gain turned to the minimal possible setting to get some sound out of it, and the amp's clean volume turned up to where the amp is just about to break up. I turn my guitar volume down until I get a nice clean sound from that. Then I use the OD-9 for any distortion I want and to push the amp just a bit harder. The result is that soft playing sounds clean, and the harder I pick or strum it dirties up nicely, and I don't have to adjust anything, it just responds to my own dynamics. It's pretty sweet when it all works out!
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
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