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Boutique FX under 150USD

kuping

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I dunno if this already talked about, but I was wondering, is there any boutique FX manufacture that MSRP around or under 150bucks? or to be extreme under 100USD?
 

RomanS

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Ofcourse it depends om your location - but I think some Barber pedals might fit that category...
 

kuping

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I am in jakarta, Indonesia. Our market is still spoiled by Boss product. but I know some of my friend are looking for something different...
Pricing always sensitive issue here, because low economy.

The idea is to find one pedals that can bring to every gig..since gig usually using amps from sound rental company...
 

wingwalker

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Well, both the Tim and Timmy pedals come in at $150 or less...

The Lovekraft Mojo Drive also fits at $149

Barber has already been mentioned

While not boutique all the new Dan Armstrong effects are less than $100

Fulltone has a few, in the $150 range...give or take.
-Fat Boost II ($135)
-70 Pedal ($155)
-Fulldrive II MOSFET ($162)
-Octafuzz ($155)
-OCD ($144)

HomeBrew (HBE) has a couple as well...
-DosMos ($150)
-UnoMos ($100)
-Psilocybe Phaser ($160)
-HBE Wah ($160)
-Power Screamer ($155)
-Compressor ($150)
-UFO ($150)
-Germania ($130)

The Hotcakes OD is around $165

The MJM Booster, Blues devil and London Fuzz are all at or less than $165

There is also Monsterpiece, his fuzzes are less than $100 each

Pedalworkx Tejas, SB-1, Dirty Angel, McSqueeze, and McBoost all fit them bill at less than $150 each

While not boutique at all the Seymour Duncan pedals are pretty cool boxes and the booster, fuzz and new tremolo pedal are all less than $150

Sweet Sound MoFaux Vibe and Habenero Boost

Again, maybe not boutique but great pedals...VooDoo Labs under $150 (give or take)
-Sparkle Drive ($130)
-Superfuzz ($130)
-Analog Chorus ($165)
-Microvibe ($150)
-Proctavia ($130)
-Tremolo ($130)

Im sure their are many more high en pedals for at or less than $150 but this is my list for now...
 

RomanS

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I am in jakarta, Indonesia. Our market is still spoiled by Boss product. but I know some of my friend are looking for something different...
Pricing always sensitive issue here, because low economy.

The idea is to find one pedals that can bring to every gig..since gig usually using amps from sound rental company...
Well, if you are looking for something different from Boss pedals, that will work relialbly and sound good at gigs, here are some more non-boutique recommendations:
The current Marshall line of pedals is quite good (I have the Edward compressor and BluesBreaker II overdrive, the delay and reverb pedals from that series are also supposed to be good).
The Danelectro Wasabi pedals are built sturdier than the smaller ones from Dano, and at least my Rock-A-Bye delay sounds great.
Electro Harmonix has some nice stuff, too!
And of course there's always the Digitech Bad Monkey for a great, inexpenisve OD choice...
 

kuping

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is it possible for boutique product under $100. I meant something simple OD or distortion, clone or not..wondering if there is one..
 




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