What's the cheapest pedal you currently own, use, and love?

piperman

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Both the behringer super fuzz and vibrato. Both under $30. Had to wait a bit for them to be in stock somewhere, but beyond worth it.
 

Slow Graffiti

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K Pedals Fender/Clapton Midboost Clone

A little more than the boost kit itself and installation, but way less expensive than having it installed on all of my guitars.

John makes some great clones, and does it quickly.
 
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I have a caline pure sky and Englishmen. Both sound fantastic and we’re about $27 each. The pure sky is in my pedal drawer currently as I got an MXR Timmy, and the Englishmen will be going “in the drawer” as well pending how I like the rockett 10 ton hammer I just order. But they are both very good sounding pedals. I just want to support builders and maintain top notch reliability on my board


I do have a mooer pure octave on my board that was like $50. I don’t have any intention of swapping that out with anything
 

DJ_61

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So, what's the cheapest pedal you currently own, use, and love? not the one you used in the past, or liked or read good things about it, or had in the past liked it but sold it. We are talking about the one you own but also used on your board right now and you love.

We all know that one person cheap is another person expensive, but that's not important here, if your cheapest pedal (that you own/use/love) is $200 or $300 then it's ok, as long as it's the cheapest

Tuner pedals doesn't count.

Mine is ditto looper, I don't have it anymore in my big board because I needed the space, but I have it on my small board and I use it all the time to study, write stuff or play around, I'm actually thinking what can I do to get it on the big board again.
Fulltone 69.
 

cugel

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Some sort of cot50 clone or something is my go to boost. I really dont know what it is for sure. Killer pedal. Looks just awful.
 

Acrobattico

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Caline Pure sky, 25 € new on Amazon 2d hand for a bit in the box.

It’s insane how this little thing is doing so much for my tone, how well reacts to play with guitar’s volume pot and how great interacts with my Voxy amp.

I’m waiting for a local shop to stock again MXR Timmy’s, need it badly.
 

Demioblue

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Mooer E-Lady. (special thanks to those who recommended this one). Such a great pedal! So glad to have found a mini version of my fav flanger. I have the Neo Mistress too and I love it, but the E-Lady allows the space saving benefit.

 

Jhuttyhut

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Mooer E-Lady. Didn’t want to shell
Out big bucks for an effect that I won’t use a ton. I love it. I set it up in an Andy Summers flange as chorus type way. Close 2nd is my red Zendrive that I got for $50 in a Lovepedal weekend sale.
 

marshallheart

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So, what's the cheapest pedal you currently own, use, and love? not the one you used in the past, or liked or read good things about it, or had in the past liked it but sold it. We are talking about the one you own but also used on your board right now and you love.

We all know that one person cheap is another person expensive, but that's not important here, if your cheapest pedal (that you own/use/love) is $200 or $300 then it's ok, as long as it's the cheapest

Tuner pedals doesn't count.

Mine is ditto looper, I don't have it anymore in my big board because I needed the space, but I have it on my small board and I use it all the time to study, write stuff or play around, I'm actually thinking what can I do to get it on the big board again.
mmmmh...I think...it's my first ever pedal, the glory BOSS SD-1
 
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Joyo Dyna Compressor ( Ross clone) and a Rowin Phaser that is quite nice.
I also got a Decimator G-String pedal for about $35 on eBay with a loose pot
that I tightened up...

Been going in the opposite direction lately with Skreddy and Thorpy pedals which are amazing...
 

Matt Dillon

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Voodoo Lab Sparkle Drive

I bought it used a long time ago for probably $60-$70?

For some reason it stands out from any other tube screamer I own or have owned. Even if I have the clean knob completely rolled off (its only distinguishing feature from a typical ts808 pedal) it still has this special something to it.
+1,000, well said.

The Sparkle Drive and the
Boss OD3 are my two best “ bang for the buck” pedals, would recommend them to anyone

and used they’re a steal
 

Mikelangelo

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Well, I got Boss Super overdrive recently, quite cheap it was (I think they are cheap...?) haven´t used it yet, but I´m going to!!! Gonna get me a synth-pedal, maybe Boss SY-1 or something, if I can get it for fair price, they tend to cost a bit o_O
 

hippieboy

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Mooer E-Lady. (special thanks to those who recommended this one). Such a great pedal! So glad to have found a mini version of my fav flanger. I have the Neo Mistress too and I love it, but the E-Lady allows the space saving benefit.

Great little board, I'm always thinking that I want to make a mini pedals board.
 


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