#1
Hey guys, I want to know what kind of prices will a Maxon OD808 from 1976 fetch today. One of my company's directors has one and is looking to offload it, I thought it'd be cool to own it.
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#2
it's an Ibanez right? i think in nice shape they are going for around $250-300. check ebay. of course for that money you might be better off buying a new one with the same specs.
#3
Well Maxon OEMed for Ibanez, but this particular pedal is a Maxon. By rights it's all the same but for the name, though there is some talk that the Maxon pedals used higher quality components than the Ibanez ones.

I suppose it's not so much about the pedal, but rather just to own one TS from the early years. I've already got a NOC3 Pure Drive which is a suup ed booteq TS, so I don't "need" a TS per SE.
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#4
looked on ebay and a guy has one for $389. i don't think they used better parts though i'm pretty sure it's the same pedal as the Ibby.

having the old pedals is cool but they do get old and stop working. i still have my old Tubescreamer but it finally crapped out on me a couple of months ago. personally i dumped most of my vintage fx a couple of years ago. you can get reissues that are often better than the originals and of course thee are some way better sounding pedals out there as well.
#5
Grab it, check the guts for bad parts and swap anything that is worn out.
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#6
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looked on ebay and a guy has one for $389. i don't think they used better parts though i'm pretty sure it's the same pedal as the Ibby.

having the old pedals is cool but they do get old and stop working. i still have my old Tubescreamer but it finally crapped out on me a couple of months ago. personally i dumped most of my vintage fx a couple of years ago. you can get reissues that are often better than the originals and of course thee are some way better sounding pedals out there as well.

But considering that you can replace every component for about $20 does it matter? Just fix it.
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