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The Best Budget FX Pedals Under €50

So, you’ve got your guitar, your amp. Is there something missing from your inventory? There are hundreds of pedals on the market. It is hard to know where to look, and how much to spend. Don’t worry though! If you’re buying for yourself or a loved one, here are the best budget FX pedals under €50.

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Effects pedals can reform and refine your tone. Need a bit more fuzz in your life? Perhaps you need some delay for your solos? Guitar pedals give you what you need to complete your sound. If this is your first pedal, or another to add to your board of dreams, stick around…

Harley Benton Mini Stomp Fuzzy Logic

Let’s start with this mini fuzzy logic pedal from Harley Benton. Pocket sized, so will fit nicely into your gig bag on the way to band practice. For an authentic sound, this pedal takes inspiration from other, more expensive fuzz pedals designed to make you sound like Hendrix.

A true bypass when switched off reduces signal interference. When you’re rocking out, you’ll be able to control the volume and overall fuzz from this pedal. A solid metal chassis ensures durability; feel free to stamp on and off all night long.

Harley Benton Mini Stomp Fuzzy Logic

Harley Benton MiniStomp Fuzzy Logic

Harley Benton MiniStomp Fuzzy Logic

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TC Electronic – The Prophet Digital Delay

A delay pedal is the perfect tool to change your sound from sitting room to stadium. Once you’ve honed your skills with this pedal, a new era of playing will begin.

Three controls allow you to adjust the time, mix and delay repeats which can be up to 1300ms of delay time. So if you want the full Pink Floyd or just some added echo you’re all set. The true bypass means you won’t suffer from parasitic signal loss when bypassed.

With the added benefit of battery-powered operation, why not play anywhere…anywhere…anywhere…

The Prophet Digital Delay

tc electronic The Prophet Digital Delay

tc electronic The Prophet Digital Delay

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Joyo JF-38 Roll Boost

In need of a boost? Giving you an extra 35 decibels, you’ll finally be able to hear your solos over the rest of the band. A boost is also a great way of smacking an already dirty amplifier into full saturation… filthy!

A cool LED is situated on this pedal to show whether you’ve got your boost engaged or switched off. Ideal for those darker venues or practice locations.

Joyo JF-38 Roll Boost

Joyo JF-38 Roll Boost

Joyo JF-38 Roll Boost

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Behringer DR600 Digital Reverb

Next up, a personal recommendation for a great budget reverb pedal. Welcome appointments include:

  • Spring
  • Plate
  • Hall
  • Gate
  • Room

These different types of reverb will set you up for any occasion, from surf guitar crashes to stadium-size spaces. All of the reverb types can be adjusted for intensity and time. Great value, whether you’re adding this to your existing pedal board, or plugging it into your practice amp.

Behringer DR600 Digital Reverb

Behringer DR600 Digital Reverb

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Behringer FX600

Concluding our list of the best budget FX pedals under €50 is this digital multi-fx from Behringer. If, like me, you want a taste of everything without the hassle then this is the pedal to go for.

One pedal gives you access to flanger, chorus, phaser, delay and tremolo, effects, all inside this petite package. 24-bit processing means it sounds much better than you’d expect for the money, too!

Behringer FX600

Behringer FX600

Behringer FX600

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Finally, don’t forget to buy some patch cables, if you’re running more than one pedal! This six-pack of patch leads from Thomann represents great value for money.

the sssnake SK367M-015 Patchcable

the sssnake SK367M-015 Patchcable

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Image Sources:
  • Harley Benton Mini Stomp Fuzzy Logic: Thomann
  • The Prophet Digital Delay: Thomann
  • Joyo JF-38 Roll Boost: Thomann
  • DR600_P0597_Left_XL: Behringer
  • Behringer FX600: Behringer

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3 responses to “The Best Budget FX Pedals Under €50 – Bargain Stompboxes for all!”

    Brad Prather says:
    1

    Thanks for this article, big help. I have tried guitar fetish too, good stuff.

    kelly bates says:
    1

    I have a few Behringer pedals. They sound great and at a price point everyone can afford.

    Don says:
    2

    I know you could not include these as they are no longer available, but shout-out to the Danelectro FAB series of pedals which were quite decent and VERY affordable. A little bit better quality than the smaller series named after food. Downside was the roundish shape which made them hard to zip-tie to a pedalboard.

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