Originally posted by ChitownTerror If production work has taught me anything, it's that what guitarists think makes things sound good usually is all in their head. Easiest way to look for your new gear begins on. In late the largest change to the TS9 ever took place. Thanks guys for the hot tips. The TS9 mode sounds exactly like the TS-9, while the other three modes offer increasingly dramatic boosts in bass response and volume, with equal dramatic reductions in the amount of distortion. It sounds a little darker than the others, but has a good tone of its own. But the boards are more fragile, so extreme care needs to be taken when modifying them.
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I doubt one will make it to my bench, though, since the subminiature components that allow the pedal to be shrunk down to this size does make it quite hard to modify. Keep on Screamin! Also you can tell the original JRC chips as they are shiny and dark, while the new chips are dull and a bit grey looking. The input jacks on the late models were terrible and tended to jam, with the plug stuck in tight. In late the largest change to the TS9 ever took place. Released inthis is a TS with three added modes.