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Joyo JF-08 or Caline CP-19 Delay Pedal

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Ok so I decided to buy my first pedal and I want a very cheap one so I came across two pedals that are supposed to be good for the price - Caline CP-19  and Joyo JF-08. I want to use the delay with some overdrive tones so which one is better?
P.S I know both probably suck but I don't want to buy an expensive pedal yet

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