maxon nine series effects
Since their introduction in the early 1980’s, Maxon 9-Series designs have achieved a legendary, almost mythical status with pedal connoisseurs around the globe. The reasons for this are simple – superior sound quality and innovative features that offer a seamless interface between performer and performance – nothing more, nothing less. 20 years later this rule still holds true. Now available with improved circuitry including true bypass switching, Maxon 9-Series effects remain the standard by which all others are judged. Experience the power of nine – Maxon 9-Series effects.
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SUPER METAL (SM-9 PRO+)$199.00
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Based on the cult-classic Super Metal pedal from the 1980's, the new Maxon SM-9 Pro+ packs sufficient firepower to accurately reproduce all the tonal evolutions of metal music over the past 30 years.
The Maxon SM-9 Pro+ can create an almost limitless variety of high-gain guitar sounds, from classic 70's Plexi tones through the “scooped midrange” made famous by the 1980’s thrash pioneers, and on to the huge low-end needed for the extended tunings of today's extreme metal.
The SM-9 Pro+ features Gain, Level, Scoop, and Edge controls. Gain simultaneously boosts the 1 kHz midrange band by up to 20 dB as Gain is increased. Scoop is a mid-band elimination filter that is variable between 200 Hz – 2 kHz. Edge is a hi-cut shelving filter that cuts hi frequencies from 2 kHz to 15 kHz.
The SM-9 Pro+ also features switchable 9 or 18 volt operation, providing sufficient headroom with minimal compression to handle today's high-output pickups and active electronics.
Whether you're a Metalhead looking for that perfect grind, or a working cover player who doesn't want to lug huge amps around, the Maxon SM-9 Pro+ Super Metal is the perfect tone tool to sharpen your steel.
"For years I was searching for pedals that would round out my sound and finally I have found that in the OD-9 Pro+ and SM-9 Pro+ my rig doesn't sound complete without them." - Jeff Cummings – Sworn Enemy