#1
Alright, I need a bit help for finding some cheap and good(by good I mean durable, and tone). By the time I'll get them I'll have a Gibson Les Paul Traditional Plus and a Peavey Classic 30. I have about 300-600$ for these pedals.
#2
GFS pedals ~$50 each, Tone Rider pedals, Joyo pedals
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#3
For that budget you could do a little better than the Joyo pedals, like the TC Electronic Toneprint pedals for chorus and flange. Then you could get something like a Small Stone or MXR Phase 90.

But if you really want to stay below $300, then the Joyo pedals would work.
#4
I recently bought a Danelectro FAB chorus and it's very nice - especially seeing as how I got it for $15.
Nice sounding chorus and no tone sucking.
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#5
Quote by Sputnik1
For that budget you could do a little better than the Joyo pedals, like the TC Electronic Toneprint pedals for chorus and flange. Then you could get something like a Small Stone or MXR Phase 90.

But if you really want to stay below $300, then the Joyo pedals would work.

I thought about those two pedals. I've always liked TC Electronics. It being danish is also great.
#6
With that much money why not just go for a TC Electronics Nova Mod, or even better an Eventide Modfactor and be done with it?
#8
Quote by cemges
Why not boss? Are they over priced for you?

Nah, I've already got a Boss Delay pedal. I love it, but I'm just not much for their other effects.
#9
if 600 is your limit, I am sure you can get MXR for something like 450.

EVH phaser was it? And Wylde Chorus. With hmm, not sure bout flanger. Why not try Ibanez AirPlane

Well actually if you buy all from mxr, makes 350.
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#10
Quote by Robbgnarly
Tone Rider pedals, Joyo pedals


+1 if you want to keep it as cheap as possible while still having decent pedals (joyo), or a little dearer while still being pretty cheap but made pretty well (tonerider).

not sure i'd call $600 cheap for 3 pedals. have you just come from tgp?
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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+1 if you want to keep it as cheap as possible while still having decent pedals (joyo), or a little dearer while still being pretty cheap but made pretty well (tonerider).

not sure i'd call $600 cheap for 3 pedals. have you just come from tgp?

What the hell's a TGP?
#12
the gear page

it's a guitar forum

example genuine recent thread: "show your budget les pauls"

thread was about non-custom shop gibsons
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#13
The MXR phase 90 is a great pedal, but has limited(one knob)shaping options. I'd avoid the block logo if possible, it's a bit harsh. Ebay is a great place to get good pedals for a fair price.
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#14
DeltaLab PS1 Phaser. Great pedal for $60
#15
Ok not exactly answering your exact requirements, but I really like the Hardwire chorus pedal. It sounds warm swirlly and swishy for a digital pedal.

I find the TCE Corona a little too subtle for my liking.

The Small Clone is also plenty nice, and I believe it's none too pricey.
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#16
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With that much money why not just go for a TC Electronics Nova Mod, or even better an Eventide Modfactor and be done with it?


this is actually a pretty good idea