#1
Is there really any difference between the TS-7, TS-9 and TS808? If there is could you say if its worth getting a certain one? If there are any better than this, please let me know. Thank you very much.

Oh, I play mostly heavy rock/metal and blues.

Thanks.
#5
Well none of the tubescreamers will do metal well.

i think he plans on boosting his valveking^
am i correct TS?
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#6
Quote by wyldeshredder
i think he plans on boosting his valveking^
am i correct TS?

Yep

It has almost enough juice for me, but I need to boost/tighten it up a little bit.

I love SRV, so would the 808 be worth the extra money to the TS9?
#7
Quote by rush5757
Well none of the tubescreamers will do metal well. You might have to get a different pedal just for metal. But out of the tubescreamers I think the 808 is the best.
But here's the best screamer of them all, and it's also the cheapest:
http://www.buildyourownclone.com/overdrive.html


I'm gonna order one of those soon. Is a 40 watt soldering iron too hot for pcb boards?
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#8
Quote by Kevin Saale
I'm gonna order one of those soon. Is a 40 watt soldering iron too hot for pcb boards?

It might be. I just think that a 15 watt one would be alot safer and easier to maneuver in the tight spaces of th boards.
#10
I mean you could get by with a 40 watt iron I imagine, but if I were you I'd just go buy a 15 watt one. They're only about 10 bucks, so I think it's worth it, especially if you're going to do more BYOC kits