#1
I've found a Classic Overdrive for 25 bucks. I'd have to buy it soon but I really don't want to pass up this deal unless there's an excellent reason to buy a ts9 instead. I'd mostly be using it as a boost for the lead channel of my Bugera 6262 but I might sometimes use it as an actual OD also.
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#2
ts9 as a boost.....classic overdrive for od
Guitars:
94' Epiphone Les Paul Honeyburst
Ibanez RG7620
Ibanez RG560

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#3
Get the Classic OD , that's a good deal and it's a good sounding pedal. The Classic doesn't clean up as much as the OD side of my Jekyll & Hyde, but I wouldn't pass it up for $25.
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#4
OK thanks for the clarification. Just wondering - how much did that originally go for?
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#5
If you are talking about the MXR Classic Overdrive (I'm assuming this is what you are talking about), it's a custom made pedal for GC and sold for $30. You may be able to find one at GC because they were sold recently. Word is that if you flip the internal switch it's a ZW Overdrive. People are already flipping them for a little more money on eBay.

I bought one recently and it sounds a lot like and a bit better my TS7.

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