#1
I'm going to be buying an OD pedal for my 6505+ combo, along with an ISP decimator.

Currently researching different ones, found out my favourite guitarist uses a Maxon OD808, but he uses a JCM 800. Wouldn't an OD-9 be better with my amp?

Feel free to give recommendations
#3
Either Maxon would be great as well as a Fulltone OCD. Or even a good old tubescreamer, considering most out there are just TS varients.

And what do you mean:
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oh u only need 1 power adaptor for a pedalboard right??
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Assuming you mean for boosting & tightening? I'd say just a bog standard TS9 would do you best.
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#5
Yeah, um, TS9 is the same as the OD9 right? Just Ibanez rebranded version?

And, my friend wrote post #2. He's wondering how pedalboards are powered.. i have an effects loop as well, would this be used?
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Quote by supguisee
Yeah, um, TS9 is the same as the OD9 right? Just Ibanez rebranded version?

And, my friend wrote post #2. He's wondering how pedalboards are powered.. i have an effects loop as well, would this be used?


yes the TS9 came first but was made for ibanez by maxon. they went on to market their pedals under their own name.

depends on the pedal board.some have a built in poser supply capable of running a set number of pedals. others you have to supply your own power be it battery or somehting like a one spot that can power multiple pedals.
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yes the TS9 came first but was made for ibanez by maxon. they went on to market their pedals under their own name.

depends on the pedal board.some have a built in poser supply capable of running a set number of pedals. others you have to supply your own power be it battery or somehting like a one spot that can power multiple pedals.


alright ty

k so i need to claify on what i need to buy to get them running, and where the 2 pedals plug into (effects loop or around the front?). and which goes first?

can anyone recommend/link items like a good power adaptor and w/e other cables i need please
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alright ty

k so i need to claify on what i need to buy to get them running, and where the 2 pedals plug into (effects loop or around the front?). and which goes first?

can anyone recommend/link items like a good power adaptor and w/e other cables i need please


ummm... you only will need 1 overdrive. overdrives and distortion pedals always go in front of the amp. time based fx go in the loop.

a 1spot power adaptor will be a good investment as it can power damn near any pedal out there (and can be made to power severalpedals at once) of course your pedal will also take batteries.

you'll need a cord to go from your guitar to the pedaland another to go from your pedal to the amp. use patch cords (6 inches of less is best) to link other pedals if you have more than one.
#9
if you're only using it for boosting and already heavily distorted amp i doubt you'll hear much difference.
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