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

skiltrip

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Behringer UV300 Ultra Vibrato. $28 brand new all day. Built like a straw house, but I love it anyway.
 

hippieboy

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The cheapest pedal currently on my board was picked up two days ago on the used market. An Analogman Mini Chorus for $73.55 USD. Deals like that don’t come along often in my world. Have wanted to try one for 15 years...does not disappoint!
Excellent!!
 

amper

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tc electronic MojoMojo overdrive, $30 USD used. The best value overdrive in the market. I think it sounds better than a $3000 Klon Centaur. Vox AC100 in a box? Yes, please.
tc electronic Spark mini booster, $45 used. Everything you need in a clean boost, nothing you don't.
 

Puneet Wagh

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I've been having a lot of fun with the TC Electronic June 60 Chorus. Sounds good, works well with others. I think it's still around $60 new, I've seen a few sub-$40 used. I'm not a huge chorus user, so it's nice to have some "just-right" sounds right there. Also, split in stereo between a tweed bassman and a super reverb, with the super's trem on gets a cool, lopsided kind of sound that implies movement in a way that I like for some parts.
I really like the pedal too! Not a huge chorus guy either but I saw it on Joey Landreth's board and honestly, it has a couple of very usable sounds. Here's a short video demo I made :)

 

Guitarmoog

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I really like the pedal too! Not a huge chorus guy either but I saw it on Joey Landreth's board and honestly, it has a couple of very usable sounds. Here's a short video demo I made :)

I’m a big fan of the June-60 as well. Never really found a chorus I got on with before, but took a punt when Thomann were knocking them out for EUR 36, and now have one on both my boards. Also bought a 3rd as a gift for a friend. The stereo sound is great, I like the 3 sounds in it so don’t need or want to tweak, and, most importantly, it has wooden sides ;-)

 

Paul Conway

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Many XP and Blue Delay in the loop of my amp, for. £15 each. Part of my 'replaceable live kit'. Not that it's getting much use right now.
 

Montrose439

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I’m a big fan of the June-60 as well. Never really found a chorus I got on with before, but took a punt when Thomann were knocking them out for EUR 36, and now have one on both my boards. Also bought a 3rd as a gift for a friend. The stereo sound is great, I like the 3 sounds in it so don’t need or want to tweak, and, most importantly, it has wooden sides ;-)

Would like Juno better if it had a dry mix knob but could use a A+B switch to do That i think.
 




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