Vintage Ibanez Tube Screamer TS9 Vs TS10




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Marc-olivier Johnson: Weird the TS10 was at the time an affordable pedal compared to the ts9 but i much prefer the TS10...its got more harmonics..it'll really wake up an amp when playing strat on neck pickup playing jimi SRV stuff

2204JCM: This is a bunch of nonsense. By far the most significant difference between these two is the component tolerances.You could have a better (or worse) sounding of either just by luck...

adam Feher: I have the ts10, i love it

Body Movement: The TS-10 sounds a bit too compressed to me, and like there's less clean signal coming through. I think I prefer the TS-9

Patrick Brown: At low gain settings they were almost identical. At full gain, the TS-10 felt smoother and more compressed which I liked. Virtually identical sounding, though. You get almost as big a difference between two of the same type of pedal just with differences in tolerances within the same batch.

BloozeDaddy: I think the green paint on the TS 10 is just a little more opaque....yet lucid.

FiddlerSteve: I have a TS-10 on my board that I bought back when the only choices were a new TS-10 or a vintage TS-9 or 808 (which were already selling for a premium). I always thought of it as a cheap replacement for the 9, which seemed to be the prevailing opinion until John Mayer started using it--before him everyone wanted an 808 like SRV used. I think that it holds up well against the 9 in this comparison, and I like the sound with my Strat through either my Princeton Reverb or '68 Bandmaster. (Hey, Mayer has a Bandmaster too! Quit copying my gear, Mayer.) I wish Ibanez had used more rugged switches and jacks though; that's the weak point of the pedal.

Bill Bee: not a correct application . Tubescreamers are meant to push a semi-distorted amp into thick overdrive. You should have used an 18watt Marshall

Bill Bee: not a correct application . Tubescreamers are meant to push a semi-distorted amp into thick overdrive. You should have used an 18watt Marshall

Scotty Krieg: You know what?  The TS10 sounds kinda like the mini TS9 that just came out.  It has this weird thing in the low midrange that is just...sexy.  The TS10 reminds me of that. Rob Chapman does a comparison of the Mini TS9 and the TS9 that showed kind of a similar difference in sound. Weird.

sergeramic: ts10 is hairy

allen reynolds: Well Didn't hear to much of a difference between the two models

Fuk Pie: Not hearing enough of a difference on this recording to make a call.  That said, we don't know what your amp settings are, so we don't know really how much the volume boost is actually pushing the preamp tubes.  I use my TS10 with a little Pro Jr III and most of the time I'm at 10:00 with the drive and volume dimed so I can get the fuzz from the tubes, not the pedal.

Joseph Falcone: TS-10 sounds muddy and distorted. TS-9 sounds like vintage recordings, like an old vintage amp pushed to 10 (True to it's name: a tube screamer).

Joey Abd Rahman: Ts-10 got that brownsound midrange.. I own all of the Ts series, but for some reason Ts10 are my favourite.

Joey Abd Rahman: Ts-10 got that brownsound midrange.. I own all of the Ts series, but for some reason Ts10 are my favourite.

AlbertCoRecords: Cool review. I have an original TS10 that I really like.

Rickholly74: Good review. I have both pedals and I use to use them a lot together with the TS-9 set about 1:00 on the drive into the TS-10 set almost full at 4:00-5:00. It is great for sustain and power. I used the TS-9 for chunky rhythm and then kicked on the TS-10 at the same time for leads adjusting the gain so I also got a volume boost on leads. I now use a VOX VT series modeling amp so I have given up the pedals but your video reminds me how much I miss using these pedals. Time to rethink.

JazzFu: Sound the same to me, over the computer speakers.

Tiago Jesus: TS9 more attractive to the eye, they both sound pretty good, actually very similar in my opinion...
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Marc-olivier Johnson: Weird the TS10 was at the time an affordable pedal compared to the ts9 but i much prefer the TS10...its got more harmonics..it'll really wake up an amp when playing strat on neck pickup playing jimi SRV stuff
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