So our bands guitarist who is also my roomate and longtime friend, each decided that for christmas this year, we were going to get each other the delay pedals we want for out pedalboards. I wanted and got a boss DD-7 and love it. Our guitarist wanted a Boss RE-20, so that it was a fair exchange, we agreed I would give him the equal amount of cash he paid for mine and then he would pay for the rest of the pedal. Well I gave him cash to do this, and 2 nights later, and a few drinks in we decided it would be a good idea to scour ebay for his pedal. Found 2 that were in great shape and at a decent price, and he made an offer on both for 165 dollars, unknowingly that by making an offer he bought them. The next morning he checks ebay and discovers he is now the owner of two pedal versions of the roland space echo. Anyway I'm also selling him one of my old acoustic guitars(a gift for his younger sister), and he offered that instead of cash(the value is about the same) he would give me his 2nd RE-20 to use. Now I love my DD-7, the last few band practices I've been using it, the parts Ide wanted to put delay over, sounded amazing and using it when we jam has been great. We have ALOT of really spaced out parts and I can't help but think on one hand: the stuff I could do with both delays would be amazing. On the other, my pedalboard is already really full, and I can't help but think that it might be too much to have 2 delay pedals. Plus the space out parts we have are not just both of us going crazy with our pedals, we have actual riffs and arrangements we play. Any input as to what I should do? Sorry I know it's alot but this story is ridiculous, and I'm at a loss as to wheather or not I should accept the pedal?