The Top 20 Hottest Pedals on Reverb UK Right Now

One of the defining characteristics of a modern guitar player is the tendency to hoard guitar pedals, and who can blame us? With brands like Electro-Harmonix, Boss, and Strymon releasing new products at a rapid clip, the temptation to add “just one more” stompbox from our gear feed is overwhelmingly high.

So, what do you do when your pedalboard is full and your wallet is empty? Which pedals can you sell quickly to make room for a new effect?

We’ve compiled a list of the fastest-selling pedals in the UK on Reverb right now. These 20 effects are the most in-demand units for Reverb users and can sometimes disappear from the site within hours of being listed. What makes them so desirable? Is it that the majority fall into the sub-£100 bracket and can be picked up on a whim, or are these simply the best effects in their respective categories? Either way, they don't hang around long.

Scroll through the list below to check out the fan favorites, and if you’ve got something from the list below, it might be a good time to sell it on Reverb to fund that new piece of gear you've had your eye on.

The 20 Fastest-Selling Pedals on Reverb UK

    Pedal Avg. Used Price Avg. Time To Sell From User Reviews
1 TC Electronic Hall Of Fame Reverb £83.44 2 Days "Fantastic reverb pedal...does it all, especially with TonePrint."
2 Ibanez Tube Screamer Mini £52.58 5 Days "I've never found anything that does quite what the Tube Screamer does and I can testify that this mini is everything the full-size version is."
3 MXR Carbon Copy Delay £88.03 5 Days "Best delay out there...clean, clear with lots of depth."
4 TC Electronic Ditto Looper £58.95 5 Days "Does everything I need it to do, and does it in a compact package."
5 Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi £47.47 6 Days "It's a hard beast to tame but, if you can, it's absolutely worth it. You'll get some monstrous tones out of this."
6 Fulltone OCD v4 £94.64 7 Days "The Fulltone OCD is perhaps the dirt pedal to end all dirt pedals."
7 MXR Phase 90 £55.79 8 Days "The classic swirly warble sound you know and love from the 70s and 80s."
8 Xotic EP Booster £90.88 8 Days "This EP Booster adds a dimension to the sound coming out of your amp. It will make your old amp tone sound stale."
9 Xotic SP Compressor £101.54 9 Days "Simple to use, can't sound bad. The blend control is awesome and gives you tons of sounds."
10 TC Electronic Flashback Delay £89.64 9 Days "This delay is so versatile but at the same time easy to use. The sound is really clean and does not color your sound like others I've heard. "
11 Wampler Tumnus Deluxe £158.96 10 Days "I was already happy with my sound, but takes your tone to the next level. This fills in that last 5-10% that I was missing."
12 Ibanez TS-9 Tubescreamer £66.72 11 Days "You can't go wrong with the Ibanez TS9, ever!"
13 Strymon El Capistan Tape Echo £216.34 12 Days "Buying one of these guys is liking buying a one way ticket to ambient heaven."
14 Boss CE-2 Chorus £150.28 16 Days "The holy grail of chorus pedals in my opinion. Just the best of the best."
15 Strymon Timeline Delay £346.95 18 Days "There's a reason so many pros have this on their board, its a great swiss army knife delay pedal."
16 Boss NS-2 Noise Surpressor £48.85 18 Days "Inexpensive, simple, durable, and effective. Exceptionally quiet even with an abhorrent amount of gain."
17 Strymon Big Sky Reverb £372.84 24 Days "After only a week or so, this thing has paid for itself with inspiration."
18 Boss Re-20 Space Echo £155 24 Days "Awesome pedal with huge and warm analog tones."
19 Boss FRV-1 Spring Reverb £139.87 27 Days "Want that drip? Aside from a real tube tank? Here ya go."
20 Strymon BlueSky Reverb £229.98 27 Days "The BlueSky is a beautiful and lush reverb that is great for synths or guitars."

Selling Your Pedals

In some cases, it can only take a matter of hours to find a new home for your pedals. If you're looking to make space on your board, or have a drawer filled with neglected effects, you can get them listed on Reverb in seconds.

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