I've sold an SS-2 and a P-2/ G-2 Duplex. One I bought new and the other used. I definitely got my money back on them or a little better. With the value of the US dollar moving into the toilet, New Cornish pedals are really expensive. Add to the equation the fact that they are also hard to get a lot of the time and you really shouldn't lose much on your purchase, especially if you can pick one up used. Mine sold on Ebay with a Buy It Now.What's the resale of Cornish pedals like. I agree they're absurdly expensive but then again if it truly became my number 1 pedal I would buy one, it's just that I don't know of any place where you can try before you buy or any place that'll let you exchange them if it doesn't work out.
they seem to sound the best the cleaner the amp model or setting.
I think they sound the best with an old BF........
they intergrate with the amps sound.
Most other pedals seem to sound like something just got switched on and changed every characteristic of the sound of my guitar and amp.
The other thing I like about them is that they sound just as good at lower gain settings as they do at more extreme levels.
One other overlooked attribute that I think to be most important is that the buffers in them sound amazing and I actually think they're an improvement on your guitar signal just running through them.
I've had many engineers ask what pedal I was using to get a great sound and the truth was that I had nothing switched on.
As you can see, I like em
Even though they sound great with most of my amps they seem to sound the best the cleaner the amp model or setting.