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Guitar Center has TC Electronic Skysurfer Reverb Effect Pedal on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks nick.tag
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Features: Studio-quality reverb pedal, Three versatile reverb modes – Spring, Room and Hall, Compact design and top-mounted I/O.

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Guitar Center has the TC Electronic Skysurfer Reverb Effect Pedal on sale for $39.99 ($20 off). It's on backorder but expected to ship 01-25-2020 > Now 02-04-2020 ; no charge until it ships. Shipping is Free.

Musician's Friend will price match it if you prefer to purchase it from them (confirmed through chat).

This is the same price that this pedal typically costs on the used market, including at Guitar Center in pre-owned condition.
JHS reviewed it on their "$50 Pedals That Don't Suck" video: https://youtu.be/3g2cSkqAMbE

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These are really more like Behringer pedals. These are now under the TC Electronic name since they acquired Behringer.

So for those that are saying that they haven't had issues with the tone print type of pedals from TC... These aren't the same.
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Nice price, anyone that has an amp without reverb will need something like this, especially if you like to play with the tone and depth many blues and rock players have. I use something similar in conjunction with a delay to add a bit more of a slap-back when I play blues. If you have a semi-hollow body or hollow body electric, you may not need the delay, but in my opinion, I would recommend either or both for solid bodys like Strats etc. Thanks for posting.
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I was going to buy this a year or 2 ago - really unique sound. Also wanted the TC Electronics Echo Brain and Rusty Fuzz. I ended up just getting a Line6 M5 multi-effects pedal....but at this price, might as well pull the trigger.
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Seems like lots of reviews about poor build quality and pedals that stopped working.
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Would something like this be worth it if I'm only using a 15 watt amp
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Would something like this be worth it if I'm only using a 15 watt amp
If your amp doesn't have any reverb and you want to play with reverb, then yes
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Would something like this be worth it if I'm only using a 15 watt amp
I use a 5W amp!! Albeit its a valve amplifier. Smilie
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Seems like lots of reviews about poor build quality and pedals that stopped working.
I've never had an issue with TC pedals. In fact my experience with them has been outstanding
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Buy the iconic HOF
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Would something like this be worth it if I'm only using a 15 watt amp
It adds reverb to your sound, making it fuller, regardless of what amp you use it with. Many amps have reverb built in, but if yours doesn't, you may benefit from such a pedal.
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These are really more like Behringer pedals. These are now under the TC Electronic name since they acquired Behringer.

So for those that are saying that they haven't had issues with the tone print type of pedals from TC... These aren't the same.
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These are really more like Behringer pedals. These are now under the TC Electronic name since they acquired Behringer.

So for those that are saying that they haven't had issues with the tone print type of pedals from TC... These aren't the same.
Ahhh, noted. Hadn't known that previously. A bit disappointing to hear but I appreciate the tip. Cheers.
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These are really more like Behringer pedals. These are now under the TC Electronic name since they acquired Behringer.

So for those that are saying that they haven't had issues with the tone print type of pedals from TC... These aren't the same.
Behringer acquired TC Electronic.
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Behringer acquired TC Electronic.
Ah yes, I see that now. And in 2015, no less. I've purchased TC pedals since then (the pipeline tremolo wasn't even launched until June 2017 and it's pretty amazing) and they've all been fantastic. Not one issue yet
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