Is there a pedal out there that you've always wanted, but couldn't bring yourself to spend for?

HERSCHEL

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The Umbrella Company Hitchhike Drive and the Miku stomp are both pedals I'd like to have, but there's little chance I'm dropping the coin on either.
 

Dave Locher

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I *think* the Catalinbread Talisman is the pedal of my dreams, but I am not willing to spend $200 to find out. I just wish I knew someone I could borrow one from for an hour to try with my rig because I am also not willing to buy one and return it just because I don't like it.
My threshold for buy to try is $100 or less since I am no longer in a band.
 

green_henry

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I bought a Mesa Flux Drive before the Flux Five came out. The Flux Five is tempting, but at that price, I might be happier with a Strymon Sunset
 

msquared

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The Strymon Volante was on this list from the day it came out.

After about a month of quarantine and watching my local guitar stores struggling (including one going under), I decided that even if I didn't like it I was stimulating my local economy.

I have no buyer's remorse. It's an amazing piece of gear that keeps getting better.
 

mrpinter

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A Matchless Hot Box and Hughes & Kettner Tube Rotosphere like the ones I sold many years ago. Only trouble (except for the $$$s) is they're too big for pedalboards - especially both of them. But arguably, you might not need any other effects, except maybe a compressor.
 

RLP

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Off the top of my head:

-Original klon (would love to try one)
-Hermida zendrive (tried the lovepedal version and would like to compare)
-Kingsley Page (tried it and love it)
-Kingsley Maiden (curiousity)
-An oldschool tape delay machine
 




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