One of the effects out of the golden Ibanez years, the Ibanez PUE5 Multi Effect. This is a fairly rare analog multi-effect from Ibanez. With a built-in chorus, compressor, distortion digital delay, external effects loop, tuner out, headphone line out, and stereo outputs - you'd have to really try to find a classic tone not accessible through this pedal.
Classic vintage distortion from Ibanez. The raw brother of the TS-9, straight from the eighties.
A classic! The Ibanez AD-9 is an analog delay that was produced in Japan in the eighties. Nowadays the reissue storms the pedalmarket but we managed to get our hands on a original one!
All the advantages of a tube overdrive in one stompbox. This Ibanez TK999 is a mild overdrive and a wrecking distortionmonster in one.
Vintage Ibanez flanger 1981, no re-issue. Still with the old BBD chip, so you get a warmer flange than with the newer versions.
A lovely vintage stombox from Japan, the Ibanez DCL Digital Stereo Chorus might be the missing link in your pedalboard.
The Ibanez FL-9 Flanger (Vintage, Japanese) is a reissue of the immensely popular flanger that Ibanez produced in the eighties. They used the same technologies on this pedal as they did for the older version, but with some adjustements for more consistency.
Leave the designing of Phaser effects pedals to the Japanese. With the Ibanez PT-999 Phase Tone, that was built in collaboration with the men of Maxon, they created a classic.