The OD9 uses the OD-850 pcb and most of the enclosures are repainted TS9 and SD9 cases, hence it's literally built of leftovers. Produced in extremely small quantities, never found its way to the official Ibanez catalogs. Rumor has it that all OD9 were built for the French market only. The fact that the owner's manual isn't trillingual (English, German, French) as the rest of the 9-series manuals but French only, does attest that.
list price 1983: n.a.
availability: extremely rare
collectibility: extremely high
re-issued: not at all (the Maxon OD9 is just another Tube Screamer)
09/27/2020: ToneHome is looking for an Ibanez CS-505 narrow box first issue with flying fingers side graphic. Any hint is highly appreciated. Other than that we're looking for an Ibanez AD3000 Professional Analog Delay & Multi Flanger and an Ibanez OD-850 narrow box (v2-v5) either boxed or just the empty original box. Please submit your offers or leads here: e-mail