1984 Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer pedal in very good overall condition, fully functional and sounds exactly as a vintage TS-9 should!  Condition:  some scratches, dings and dents as you see in the photos - but does not affect functionality at all.  The little black plastic power input on the front end of the pedal had a slight crack in it, so you can see a drip of super glue just below the black plastic.  There is also some adhesive goop on the silver label - probably from old velcro - but I just left it as I did not want to damage the label.
This is a wonderful and transparent old TS-9 that I have owned since the early 1990s, but she is just not being used - and should be on a player's pedalboard being played and used on a daily basis!  (Note: am selling this great old TS-9 to help raise money for a family member; in this regard, please see my other listings including a 1974 Gibson Les Paul Custom 20th Anniversary guitar, a Lenz flamed Koa solidbody LP style custom made guitar, and a rare blue sparkle 1958 style korina flying V - thank you). 
Please feel free to ask any questions - fully insured shipping to the continental US only.
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Listed2 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • TS9 Tube Screamer (Silver Label)
Finish
  • Green
Categories
Year
  • 1984
Made In
  • Japan

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Juliet Vintage Guitars

Cincinnati, OH, United States
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