The classic Ibanez AD-9 Analog Delay can in some ways been seen as the delay counterpart to the TS-9 Tube Screamer. Like the Tube Screamer, the AD-9 was originally (and later) produced by Maxon.

Product Specs

  • AD-9 Analog Delay
  • Hot Pink
  • 1980s
Made In
  • Japan

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Reviews for the Ibanez AD9 Analog Delay Pedal
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  • Ibanez AD9 pedal

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    Great organic pedal. No frills and does what it says it’s does. Doesn’t hinder tone. You may have to raise the volume a tad while using it as compared to plugging straight in to amp. Peace, Dave (Harmonica player)

  • Great Classice Pedal

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    I have a Memory Toy, Line 6 DL4 and the Ibanez AD9 Analog Delay Pedal. This pedal stands all alone with regards to tone compared to the other two mentioned above. It's just warmer sounding. The other two have their own personality and are good pedals in their own right, but tone wise it's hard to beat this pedal. Still can get the older ones for a good price Too!!

  • Better than newer analog delays!

    Verified Purchase

    You just can't beat the sound of the original. I had the MXR Carbon Copy analog delay years ago when it came out and it was too dark sounding. I picked up an early 90's Ibanez AD99, the AD-9's sister analog and was sold! That pedal still stays on my main board to this day. I wanted to get AD-9 for a…