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A Devilish Dream Of An Overdrive

The JDM Pedals “Blue Dream” is a tough contender for the other overdrives out there… none has the flexibility for stage and studio that the Blue Dream has. We started with the Ibanez ST-9 as the jumping off point, and have worked for months to improve on that famous overdrive.
No, not “TS-9” (Tubescreamer) but really the “ST-9” (Super Tubescreamer), the famous pedal with an added mids control. We’ve added bass, passive tone control, true bypass, and a dream/scream switch for high gain or more transparency… Haha! I have one already because I built it. And Stefan has his now for helping with the video  – he swapped his original ST-9 off the board. Look for it on Ebay for around $400!

Features:

  • Topology of the original ST-9, but without buffered switching for more transparency of tone.
  • Midrange control allows you to control the typical “Tubescreamer bump” to your taste.
  • Added Bass control lets you dial some “oomph” back into the Tubescreamer sound.
  • Passive Tone control for a silky top-end.
  • JRC4558 or 4559 chips used in the clipping stage (let us know if you MUST have the 4558, we find the 4559 a bit quieter and better-sounding).
  • High tolerance modern components, true bypass, and a solid, hand-wired build.
  • Enclosures finished and labeled (silkscreen) by hand, so do allow for the occasional small variation in finish that comes with handwork!

What People Are Saying About The “Blue Dream”:

Here are a few reviews from Reverb.com. This pedal is blowing people away, and we get great emails, but that’s sort of “hearsay”. So let’s stick to publicly published opinions:

Our Return Policy:

RETURN POLICY: If you’re not satisfied with any JDM Pedal, you can return within 14 days for a refund minus our packing and shipping costs ($10) If you order more than one pedal, you can return any for no fee whatsoever if you keep at least one. We guarantee our pedals for 2 years – so if you have any problems down the road, let us know.