#1
What exactly makes the TS808 sixty bucks more than the TS9?
Quote by stevenpollock
You can't be successful in Jazz music until you're at least 40. You don't have anything to say.
#2
Quote by Vasser
What exactly makes the TS808 sixty bucks more than the TS9?


The TS808 has more of a vintage vibe to it. It is warmer and not quite as hi-fi as the TS9.
The TS9 has a cleaner sound to it.

That's all I know about them...
#4
Quote by kurtlives91
Two resistors values are different.

Other than that it is cosmetic.

Really? That's interesting to know, I might just buy a TS9 and mod it.
Quote by stevenpollock
You can't be successful in Jazz music until you're at least 40. You don't have anything to say.
#5
Go for it...You wont be able to hear the difference though most likely, it is very subtle.

The sound differences between the TS9 and 808 probably come from different component materials and component tolerances.
#7
Quote by kurtlives91
Go for it...You wont be able to hear the difference though most likely, it is very subtle.

The sound differences between the TS9 and 808 probably come from different component materials and component tolerances.

Ah. Well isn't getting the sound to change really the whole point?
Quote by stevenpollock
You can't be successful in Jazz music until you're at least 40. You don't have anything to say.
#8
Quote by Vasser
Ah. Well isn't getting the sound to change really the whole point?


He isn't talking about the sound with and without the pedal, he is referring to the sound: pedal vs pedal.

they are both similar pedals he is saying.
Mesa Single Rectifier
Marshall 1960A vintage
Rg3exfm1 w/ EMG 85/81
Big Baby Taylor Acoustic
Ibanez TS808