Gotta Love It! 'nuff said!!!
Model Year: 2004
Price: $0.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar Center
I couldn't believe when I saw that this pedal had been rereleased. I missed out on my chance back in the 80's but I wasn't going to miss out on it this time. Next to this floor chorus, the only other unit I like is the TC Electronics unit.
What I love about the CS-9 is the simplicity with excellent sound. 2 knobs, a footswitch and you are cranking.
Awesome sound quality. It is a great no frills chorus!
Two knobs - Depth and Speed. What more do you need???
Typical Ibanez tank case of the past. Great live unit - Heavy Duty!!!
I have a Danelectro Cool Cat which I thought was a decent pedal until I got this one. I have not compared it to a new one, but I have heard that the originals one sounds much better. If it were lost or stolen I would try to buy another vintage one, and if I couldn't find one a new one might do the trick for me.
Where Obtained: Ebay
Very simple, speed and width. It has two outputs which when used sounds amazing. Run this baby stereo into two amps and the lushness of this chorus is just unreal. A volume knob would be nice, but I just learn to deal with it.
My main guitar that I use is my Fender American Telecaster Deluxe run into either my Gibson 4/10 Medalist or Super Medalist. I have also run it into two of my smaller tube amps for that lushness I mentioned before. This is suited for anyone wanting a great simple chorus pedal. No tone loss from this chorus pedal when on like I have seen with other chorus pedals.
Very simple. It doesn't matter where the two knobs are set, it sounds amazing.
It is over 20 years old, so it must be realiable. I bought it off of ebay broken, but after about 10 minutes of fiddling and a jumper cable later I had this baby working. I don't know how it broke, but I am sure it was because someone was doing something stupid to it since part of the PCB was broken. I have never seen Ibanez pedals just quit.