#2
use both and have variety with your distortions, if you set them right you can make the sound good switching from one to another in a song
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#3
the SD-1 is a lot tighter, the TS is a lot more fuzzy and doesn't sound as good.
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#5
Quote by acdc51502112
the SD-1 is a lot tighter, the TS is a lot more fuzzy and doesn't sound as good.

what. you just made a subjective comment. biased against the ts fool.
TS is awesome for a straight out gain boost. i put drive and level at max and tone at 2 o clock. i personally dont like the sd-1, but i'm not gonna be a dick and bash on nasty digital pedals.
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#6
If u ask me, i would pick the Tube Screamer because ive heard both and for some reason i just liked the TS bettter lol
#7
Quote by acdc51502112
the SD-1 is a lot tighter, the TS is a lot more fuzzy and doesn't sound as good.


Uhm, I think the TS sounds a lot better... I own the SD-1 and well, it's okay, but the TS definitely kills it.
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what. you just made a subjective comment. biased against the ts fool.
TS is awesome for a straight out gain boost. i put drive and level at max and tone at 2 o clock. i personally dont like the sd-1, but i'm not gonna be a dick and bash on nasty digital pedals.


We give our opinions here. Of course it's biased.
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