Get 50% off stompboxes from Behringer, TC Electronic, Vox, Keeley and more with these mouth-watering Black Friday cheap guitar pedal deals

Three guitar pedals that have been heavily discounted for Black Friday 2022
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Black Friday has well and truly arrived, and with it, so too have some of the best Black Friday guitar deals we've ever seen.

We've shown you some of the best overall Black Friday guitar pedal deals already, but, to zero in further, we've spotted some killer discounts that bring the prices of some great stompboxes from MXR, Keeley, TC Electronic, Vox and more down to under $100 (or, in one case, under $20.)

Whether you're looking for some classic wah tones, smooth, dependable compression, or screaming overdrive, you can find it within this guide.

So if you've been wanting to freshen up your pedalboard, and by extension your sound, with some new additions that won't cost an arm and a leg, you'd do well to take a look at these bargains. New sounds on the cheap await...

Select Behringer pedals: only $14 each at Sweetwater (opens in new tab)

Select Behringer pedals: only $14 each at Sweetwater (opens in new tab)
While supplies last, you can get your hands on a selection of Behringer guitar pedals – the TO800 Vintage Tube Overdrive, EQ700 Graphic Equalizer, VD400 Vintage Delay and UO300 Ultra Octaver – for just $14 apiece in this mouth-watering Black Friday deal at Sweetwater. 

Keeley Red Dirt Overdrive: $179 (opens in new tab)

Keeley Red Dirt Overdrive: $179, now $99 (opens in new tab)
Green Dirt? A Sweetwater exclusive Green Sparkle finish with a special saving on this superb germanium overdrive pedal that shines for blues and classic rock tube-style breakup and dynamic saturation. It does premium lower gain well too for superlative stacking. Huge tones here and a huge $80 at Sweetwater off to sweeten the deal. 

TC Electronic PolyTune 3: was $99 (opens in new tab)

TC Electronic PolyTune 3: was $99, now $69 (opens in new tab)
Along with the Boss TU-3, the TC Electronic PolyTune 3 is considered to be the holy grail of guitar tuner pedals, and for good reason. Thanks to its ultra-precise accuracy – up to 0.1 cents – the PolyTune 3 has made its way on to thousands of pedalboards around the world, offering a range of alternate tunings with ultimate ease. As an added bonus, its BonaFide Buffer circuitry also helps to improve your guitar's tone over long cable runs. It's $30 off at Sweetwater, but only while stock lasts.

MXR M249 Super Badass Dynamic O.D.: $129 (opens in new tab)

MXR M249 Super Badass Dynamic O.D.: $129, now $99 (opens in new tab)
Featuring MOSFET clipping diodes and a super-simple control set highlighted by a nifty Boost/Cut switch, this stompbox can function as a smooth clean boost or a conduit for screaming vintage gain. We've been excited about this unit since it launched just a couple of months ago, and now its price has been cut to an amazing $99 by Guitar Center.

Lekato Looper: $42.99 (opens in new tab)

Lekato Looper: $42.99 $34.39 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Let’s face it: nobody’s flocking to this mini looper pedal for the brand name. But if you just want to get a taste of looping for home playing or jam sessions, this is the cheapest looper deal you’re going to get. Five minutes of unlimited overdubs and USB audio export/import make this surprisingly flexible for the money, while you can save your recordings even when the pedal loses power. The sole footswitch handles record, undo/redo, stop and erase commands – perfect for starting out.

EarthQuaker Devices Plumes: $99 (opens in new tab)

EarthQuaker Devices Plumes: $99, now $84.15 (opens in new tab)
One of the best TubeScreamer clones money can buy, Plumes has an amazing amount of sonic versatility, with a trio of modes that can give you Marshall crunch, a clean boost or, of course, screamin' drive. All of this, of course, comes with EarthQuaker's unique sonic footprint. Already a great value at $99, Plumes can now be had at Guitar Center for $84 – a whole lot of pedal at that price point.

J. Rockett Audio Squeegee Compressor: $119 (opens in new tab)

J. Rockett Audio Squeegee Compressor: $119, now $49 (opens in new tab)
J. Rockett's Squeegee compressor was designed as an antidote to overly complicated compressor pedals based on studio rack units. Featuring a mere two control knobs, the Squeegee aims to deliver top-notch, tube-like compression. Now an unbelievable $70 off at Sweetwater, this pedal delivers boutique value at a mass-market price.

Donner Circle Looper: $108 (opens in new tab)

Donner Circle Looper: $108 $90 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The dual-footswitch Circle Looper takes Donner’s Triple Looper to the next level. A formidable 40 memory tracks are onboard, with 160 minutes of recording capacity, plus stereo operation, USB import/export and 100 drum grooves. Amazon Prime members can get it for $90.39, which is kind of bonkers for this level of functionality.

Vox V845 Classic Wah: $89 (opens in new tab)

Vox V845 Classic Wah: $89, now $64 (opens in new tab)
Spec’d to emulate Vox’s classic ’60s-era original, the V845 aims to deliver all the Hendrix- and Clapton-esque, vintage wah tones your heart desires. Durable and dependable, and dressed in a sleek all-black enclosure, the V845 has seen its price slashed significantly, from $89 down to an impressively low $64, at Sweetwater. 

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Jackson Maxwell

Jackson is an Associate Editor at GuitarWorld.com. He’s been writing and editing stories about new gear, technique and guitar-driven music both old and new since 2014, and has also written extensively on the same topics for Guitar Player (opens in new tab). Elsewhere, his album reviews and essays have appeared in Louder (opens in new tab) and Unrecorded (opens in new tab). Though open to music of all kinds, his greatest love has always been indie, and everything that falls under its massive umbrella. To that end, you can find him on Twitter crowing about whatever great new guitar band you need to drop everything to hear right now.