Which Tube Screamer pedal is best?

Which Tube Screamer pedal is best?

The Best Tube Screamer Clones and Reissues

  • The Original: Ibanez Tube Screamer TS9.
  • Ibanez Tube Screamer Mini. [Best Tube Screamer in Mini Format]
  • JHS Bonsai. [Best Multi-Voice Tube Screamer Clone]
  • EarthQuaker Devices Plumes.
  • EarthQuaker Devices Palisades V2.
  • Maxon OD808 Overdrive.
  • Joyo Vintage Overdrive.

Is Maxon the same as Ibanez?

A: Maxon was an OEM pedal maker for several manufacturers, including Ibanez. An old Maxon pedal should sound like an Ibanez, because it is an Ibanez, just with a different name.

How do I choose a Tube Screamer?

Look at the features of the pedal and the price. Then consider how important the Tube Screamer is going to be in the context of your rig. If you are looking to sound like Stevie Ray Vaughan or John Mayer, it makes more sense to splash out – either on a vintage pedal, or one of the classic reissue pedals.

Is the Tube Screamer true bypass?

The Ibanez Tube Screamer, in its many versions and forms can be found on pedal boards in every corner of the globe, on arena stages and in small studios and bedrooms. Equipped with True Bypass, this Tube Screamer sends pure guitar excitement to your amplifier with no tonal loss whatsoever.

Did Maxon invent the Tube Screamer?

NAMM 2020: Maxon has revealed that it tasked original Tube Screamer designer Susumu Tamura with creating the ultimate new version of his much-imitated overdrive pedal – the results of which it has dubbed the Apex808.

Did SRV use a TS808?

It’s an Ibanez TS-808 Tube Screamer that was apparently owned, at some point, by the late Stevie Ray Vaughan. “FOR SALE: Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Personal Ibanez Tube Screamer TS-808! Cesar Diaz (SRV’s tech) sold two of Stevie Ray’s Tube Screamers after he passed. This is one of them.

What EQ does John Mayer use?

MXR M-108
Mayer also often uses the MXR M-108 Ten Band Graphic Equalizer which is a dedicated equalizer pedal that can be activated when you need your guitar to sound different in certain sections of a song.