Looking at Delay Pedals.

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  1. Metal89

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    As the title says, but unlike all my other pedals where I dropped around 100 bills without batting an eye, I have a family now and money is tight. So I'm looking around the 30$ mark as my dad is giving me some money for my bday which is just around the corner.

    Sound wise im wanting a small hint of it, just barely noticeable but doesn't detract from the tone. Kinda like what Dave Gilmour gets except for... I use a crap ton more distortion.

    I ran across this, reviews look good on it but anybody here have any experience?https://www.amazon.com/Donner-Yellow-Fall-Vintage-Analog/dp/B00GRRN2RI

    Any other suggestions, even used around the same price?
     
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    Thanks for the awesome suggestions guys! I'll definitely have a hard time choosing but that Nux is what I'll probably end up going for... 35$ for that many options?!
     
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    Have a look at the Nux Time Force too. Apparently it compares pretty well to a Boss DD-7. I have a DD-7 and a Carbon Copy and I am happy with them.

     
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    I've got Joyo JF-33 analog delay that I bought to see if I needed a delay. It is still on my board almost a year later. Pretty basic but it works for me. It is always on with a bit of slap back.

    http://www.joyoaudio.com/en/product/show_130.html
     
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    I purchased a mint used Carbon Copy and I have TC Electronics Flashback. Both are pretty cool. They are not so cheap new however. The CC is like old school slap back. The TCE is more for U2 type sound. I'll have to check out that Nux perhaps. Right now I'm good for delay.
     
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    These are all great choices. I seem to always be checking out GC's used pedals when I'm looking for something cheap (and I usually am). You can sometimes find a great deal. I seem to have a pedal addiction or something lately. My collection has been growing.
     
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