Well, Cyber Monday has officially ended, and with it a lot of Cyber Monday pedal deals. If you missed the sale don't fret, there are still plenty of retailers out there offering great deals on stompboxes.
Over the last few days, we've seen huge discounts applied to big-name brands, such as Boss, MXR, JHS, TC Electronic, NUX, Pigtronix, and so many more – and luckily most retailers have launched brand-new sales! Over at Guitar Center, they've launched their Holiday Deals, which sees excellent savings on top-selling music gear (opens in new tab). Meanwhile, the Musician's Friend Cyber Week sale continues to offer up to 50% off until December 4th (opens in new tab).
Of course, it's not only heavily discounted stompboxes on offer, but there are also deals on patch cables, pedalboard power supplies, and everything else you may need to build your dream pedalboard.
If you're looking for even more deals this Cyber Week, be sure to check out our Cyber Monday guitar deals (opens in new tab) page.
Cyber Monday guitar pedal deals: Quick links
Our recommendations for where to shop this Cyber Monday:
- Fender Play: Save 50% on an annual guitar lessons subscription (opens in new tab)
- Guitar Center: Save big at the Guitar Center Cyber Monday sale (opens in new tab)
- IK Multimedia: Save up to 85% on Max bundles (opens in new tab)
- Musician's Friend: Up to 50% off a huge range of music gear (opens in new tab)
- Native Instruments: Up to 75% off in their best Cyber Sale ever (opens in new tab)
- Positive Grid: Big Cyber Monday savings on BIAS and Spark (opens in new tab)
- Reverb: Up to 68% on select gear, plus deals on new and used items (opens in new tab)
- Sweetwater: Get big-brand discounts at the Sweetwater Cyber Week sale (opens in new tab)
Cyber Monday guitar pedal deals: Top deals
IK Multimedia AmpliTube pedals:
$329 $199 (opens in new tab)
Equip your pedalboard with a wealth of new tones with this killer deal on IK Multimedia’s feature-packed AmpliTube X-Gear pedals. The X-Drive overdrive, X-Time delay, X-Space reverb and X-Vibe modulation each boast 16 cutting-edge algorithms, a trio of footswitches and aluminum chassis – and now feature a tasty $129 off at Guitar Center.
Boss RC-500 Loop Station:
$416.99, now $339.98 (opens in new tab)
If you're serious about looping, so is the RC-500 with MIDI capability, an animated colour LCD, 114 onboard drum grooves and 16 kits for jamming, and 13 hours of 32-bit stereo record time. It's great for guitarists, vocalists and keyboard players, channelling Boss's expertise as a market leader in looping technology. This is a fantastic price from Sweetwater on one of the best looper pedals around.
Origin Cali76 Compact Deluxe Compressor:
£299 £249 (opens in new tab)
The Cali76 line of compressor pedals represent some of the very best in the market and this limited edition Compact Deluxe represents a pedalboard friendlier option. This is the kind of compressor that makes everything sound better – an always-on option. This all-analogue recreation of the famed Urei 1176 studio compressor offers studio-quality tones at your feet with a rare £50 saving on the Oxford pedal brand.
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.
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.
Boss HM-2W Waza Craft:
$199.99, $149.99 (opens in new tab)
The pedal that became the sound of an entire genre, the 'chainsaw' buzz of the Boss Heavy Metal soon spread from Swedish Death Metal to pretty much every genre. This Waza Craft version features a second mode but keeps everything very true to the original, even down to the classic orange and black look.
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.
Line 6 HX Stomp:
$699 $651, free plugins & Cubase LE (opens in new tab)
Gotta get those sweet Helix tones, but want to integrate them with your existing pedalboard? That’s precisely what the HX Stomp sets out to achieve. It’s the most tone per inch you’ll find on the market, with an astonishing level of flexibility given its diminutive stature. Buy it now from Sweetwater and not only will you save $48, but you’ll also get Line 6’s Helix Native and Metallurgy Collection absolutely free, along with Steinberg Cubase LE – freebies worth $598!
$699 $597 at Sweetwater (opens in new tab)
$102 off Boss’s flagship compact multi-effects pedal? Yessir: with all the processing power of the big-boy GT-1000, the GT-1000CORE is a veritable beast of a triple-footswitch multi-FX, especially at this price. It packs 32-bit audio, 24 simultaneous assignable effects blocks, AIRD guitar and bass preamps, two effects loops and USB connectivity. And with legendary Boss effects onboard, you know it will deliver tonally.
$429 $399 with free backpack (opens in new tab)
If you’ve previously found multi-FX and amp modelers a pain to program, HeadRush has the answer: the MX5’s four-inch touchscreen makes managing your signal chain a breeze, while the pedal itself is equipped with 46 amps, 15 cabs, 10 mic emulations, 300 IRs and 63 effects. Add in a 20-minute looper, simple patch switching and USB recording, and this is a steal for $399 – and it comes with a free backpack worth $149!
Line 6 HX Effects:
$649 $549, free plugins & Cubase LE (opens in new tab)
If you don’t need the HX Stomp’s amp models and would rather have extra footswitches at your disposal, the HX Effects is for you. It boasts eight capacitive-sensing footswitches and scribble strip displays so you can easily see what each switch is doing. Best of all, Sweetwater has slashed $100 off the price, and thrown in free Helix Native and Line 6 Metallurgy Collection plugins, plus Steinberg Cubase LE – a $598 value!
$149 $119 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Looking for maximum versatility from the smallest possible package? The MS-70CDR is the multi-FX you seek. CDR technically stands for Chorus Delay Reverb, but several mammoth firmware updates ensure the Zoom’s covers everything from pitch-shifting, every modulation type under the sun as well as its namesake effects. With a dedicated Reddit following and a low current draw, the MS-70CDR is something of a cult classic, and an essential purchase for alternative players in search of tripped-out tones.
$124 $99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
If a slightly more conventional feature set is more your style, the MS-50G includes a host of overdrive and more conventional effects – 47, to be precise – alongside eight amp models. Again, if you’re after maximum sounds from minimal pedalboard real estate, this is a must-buy, with a 20% discount at Amazon.
Line 6 Helix: free Helix Native, Metallurgy & Cubase LE
(opens in new tab)The Helix is Line 6’s flagship guitar processor, packing a dizzying array of ultra-accurate amp and effects models, all navigated via an intuitive interface that makes dialing in its tonal delights a breeze. For Cyber Monday, you can also equip yourself with the Helix Native plugin, which injects the unit’s gold-standard tones into your DAW, as well as a whole DAW, Cubase Elements, with your purchase, plus additional Line 6 Metallurgy plugins. It’s the perfect way to get into recording – and it’s included free!
Line 6 Helix LT: free Line 6 plugins plus Cubase LE (opens in new tab)
The LT sacrifices a few of the full-fat Helix’s lesser-used features – aux and mic inputs, external amp switching and scribble strips – but for the vast majority of players, it delivers all the tones and flexibility you could possibly desire, and at $999, it’s $500 cheaper, too. Add in free Helix Native and Metallurgy plugins and Cubase Elements DAW, and it’s a no-brainer.
TC Electronic Plethora X5: was $549, now $449 (opens in new tab)
Ever felt like you just want all the pedals, all the time? We feel your pain – and that’s why we’re stoked to see TC’s Plethora multi-effects unit on sale with Sweetwater. The X5 is capable of delivering 5 simultaneous effects, and has 15 TonePrints per effect, meaning you’ll probably never run out of combinations to try. It also has 127 custom pedalboard presets, cab sims, an FX loop, Bluetooth and MIDI in and thru. Save $100 on the most versatile TC pedal on the market.
Line 6 HX Stomp XL: free Line 6 plugins & Cubase LE
(opens in new tab)If you like the idea of the HX Stomp, but your insatiable lust for footswitches has you craving a higher shoe-to-click ratio, the XL is yer boy. Eight footswitches in a space-sensitive enclosure, complete with the same awe-inspiring feature set as its lil’ brother, supersizes the HX Stomp format in every sense. Buy it now, and you get Helix Native, Line 6 Metallurgy Collection and Steinberg Cubase LE – worth $598 – for absolutely free!
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.
Donner Triple Looper:
$82 $66 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Its form factor may be diminutive, but this Donner mini pedal is deceptively well-featured. For starters, it features three loops, with up to 30 minutes of looping time, plus unlimited overdubs and undo/redo functionality. It will save your loops when the pedal powers off, and its built-in display shows where you are in the duration of your loop. It’s a steal at $66 for Amazon Prime members.
Singular Sound Aeros Loop Studio:
$699, now $599 (opens in new tab)
One of the most advanced looper pedals you can get your hands on, the Aeros is so packed with features, it blurs the line between looper and DAW. Chief among its feature set is a 4.3” touchscreen, as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, expression pedal support and SD card compatibility. Perhaps most impressive is the ability to create a ridonkulous 36 loops per song – with unlimited overdubs per loop – making this a solo loop performer’s dream, particularly with $100 off at Guitar Center.
Mooer Groove Loop X2:
$169 $118 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
A comprehensive looper and drum machine in one compact pedal, the Groove Loop X2 is the ideal rhythm partner in your one-man band. 14 save slots can store loops of up to 10 minutes in length, while 121 drum grooves spanning 11 musical styles should cover whatever kind of music you’re making. There’s even a time stretch function to adjust the speed of playback without affecting the pitch. There’s over $50 off at Amazon right now (and you don’t have to be a Prime member)!
Boss RC-600 Loop Station:
$685 $599 at Guitar Center (opens in new tab)
For professional looping types, the RC-600 is Boss’s flagship looper pedal, and comes with all the bells and whistles you could possibly imagine. There are six simultaneous stereo loop tracks, nine freely assignable footswitches and three different modes of pedal operation, while onboard effects, comprehensive connectivity options and over 200 onboard rhythm patterns make this the looper pedal to beat. All with a massive $85 off at Guitar Center.
$899 $499 at Guitar Center (opens in new tab)
This looping behemoth does it all: a quad-core DPS system with 7” touchscreen interface, the Looperboard is the looper pedal of the future – and now there’s a crazy $400 off at Guitar Center. Five hours of recording time is onboard, with intelligent time stretching and 32-bit 48kHz audio quality. The 12(!) footswitches feature RGB Led indicators to keep track of your tracks, while there’s a comprehensive suite of Eleven HD Expanded effects to manipulate your loops.
Keeley ECCOS Delay and Looper:
was $249, now $211 (opens in new tab)
The ECCOS is a smart space-saving option for tightly packed pedalboards, teaming a delay pedal and looper in one twin-footswitched company pedal. Of course, this being a Keeley pedal, there’s more to it than that: the delay offers tonesome tape-style echoes, while the looper delivers reverse and half-speed functions, as well as a ‘play-once’ trigger. With loops that gradually degrade over time like an old-school reel to reel, this is one for the vintage enthusiasts, and it's all the more tempting with 15% knocked off the price at Sweetwater.
Cyber Monday guitar pedal deals: FAQ
Cyber Monday 2022 will land on Monday November 28. The deals won't be restricted to just that day, though. Previous experience tells us that some of the best Cyber Monday guitar effects deals will emerge well in advance of the event and keep going for at least a few days after – so keep checking this page to see what epic stompbox offers we uncover.
Cyber Monday guitar pedal deals: what to expect
As you'd expect, all major musical instrument retailers get in on the Cyber Monday action, slashing prices on a wealth of products, services and of course, guitar pedals!
Last year we saw money off all the pedal big hitters, with the prices slashed on everything from Boss to MXR, JHS to TC Electronic - and we have our fingers crossed we'll see the same this year.
Now, if you have all the pedals you'd ever need, Cyber Monday is still a great time to stock on pedalboards and pedal accessories such as patch cables, power supplies and carry cases.
Cyber Monday guitar pedal deals: how to prepare
Our biggest tip to get ready for the best Cyber Monday guitar pedal deals is to get your research done super early. Work out what you need, not just what you want, and get your wishlist together asap. Make a note of prices as early as possible so you know if a deal is really as good as it suggests when it drops into your inbox or appears on your social media feeds.
To help you create your dream shopping list, take some time out to explore our expert buying guides and product reviews.
Should I buy guitar pedals online during Cyber Monday?
If you're concerned about buying a guitar pedal or other gear on Cyber Monday without trying it first, you needn’t be. Online music instrument retailers like Guitar Center (opens in new tab) , Musician’s Friend (opens in new tab) and Sweetwater (opens in new tab) offer hassle-free returns as standard, so you can purchase a guitar pedal, test it in the comfort and privacy of your home and, if it’s not right, send it back without issue.
You should check the specific returns policy for your chosen retailer before you purchase, but most offer between 30-45 days to return an item, as long as it’s in original condition.
Cyber Monday guitar pedal deals: Last year's top deals
Here's a flavor of last year's most epic Cyber Monday guitar pedal deals to give you an idea of what to expect in 2022.
TC Electronic Ditto Looper: was $89, now $69.99
The Ditto Looper has become somewhat of an industry-standard looper pedal for guitarists. At a killer price point, it features everything you’d want from a no-nonsense looper pedal: a single-knob design for dialing in your loops, five minutes of loop time, true bypass circuitry so your tone remains intact at all times 24-bit recording for pristine audio quality. And now you can get it for even less.
TC Electronic Mimiq Doubler: was $109, now $74.99
The Mimiq Doubler is an essential pedalboard addition if you’re looking to achieve massive-sounding guitar tones. This little stompbox simulates the intricacies and imperfections associated with double-tracked guitars, turning your mono guitar signal into a stereo wash of tone.
TC Electronic Flashback 2 X4: was $219, now $149.99
Touted as “TC Electronic’s flagship delay pedal” – and with good reason – the Flashback 2 X4 crams a wealth of killer features into a super affordable price bracket, including 10 unique delay types, 10 preset note subdivisions, expression and MIDI inputs and the ability to store up to six presets for easy recall.
Boss Pocket GT: was $249, now $149 at Guitar Center
With an integrated YouTube learning function, 99 user memories, 100 amps and effects, the same sound engine as Boss's GT-1 floor processor, and more, the Pocket GT is a terrific & portable practice Swiss Army Knife. Last year, thanks to Guitar Center, it was available for a mouth-watering discount.
Mooer Groove Loop X2:
$169, now $134.40
The Mooer Groove Loop is more than just a looper, it's also a powerful drum machine! Featuring 121 different drum grooves, 14 save slots, and up to 10 minutes of loop time, this pint-sized stompbox is a very valuable practice tool for any guitar player.
Mooer Cab X2: Was $169, now $135.20
Looking to experiment with the impulse responses and cabinet simulation, but you don't want to spend a fortune? Well the Mooer Cab X2 is the pedal for you. With 11 factory cabinet simulations, 14 user preset slots and specialized editing software, this is a powerful pedal that is sure to transform your DI'd guitar sound.