Ibanez AD9 Analog Delay


  • Delay Time
    controls the delay time
  • Repeat
    controls the number of repeats (feedback)
  • Delay Level
    controls the volume of the delayed signal


an Ibanez brochure

Discrete echo is one of the most dramatic effects in the music industry. Bulky tape and "spinning disk" units have given way to the convenience and reliability of solid state delays. The AD9 Analog Delay uses a compander with pre- and de-emphasis for an exceptionally clean delay. The Delay Time control adjusts the delay time and the Delay Level control allows the artist to adjust the mix between dry and delayed signals. The Repeat control permits the number of repeats to be controlled without runaway. Two outputs enable the dry and delayed signals to be seperately routed for dramatic special movement. The quality and features of the AD9 Analog Delay make it the professional choice.


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1 review, average score of 9.5 / 10

2014-04-079.5/10  it's almost a musical instrument rather than a "pedal"...

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  • Input Impedance
    500K ohms
  • Output Impedance
    <1K ohms
  • Maximum Input Level
    +6 dBm
  • Gain
    0 dB (unity)
  • Delay Time Range
    10 - 300ms
  • Equivalent Input Noise
    -100 dBm (IHF-A)
Ibanez AD-9 Analog Delay

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