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Power your pedalboard and get your guitar in tune for less with $50 off the Boss Pedal Power Solution

Boss TU-3
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We get it: no-one likes spending money on a pedalboard power supply. But, if you’ve been following our coverage of Guitar Center’s many, many savings, you’ll know that there are Black Friday guitar deals galore – including this Boss Pedal Power Solution, at $50 off (opens in new tab).

The BP-PS includes Boss’s industry-standard TU-3 Chromatic Tuner pedal with +/- 1 cent accuracy, a high-current SB-120 power supply – which delivers 2,000mA – and a daisy chain to power up to seven pedals.

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Boss BP-PS Pedal Power Solution: $149 $99 at Guitar Center (opens in new tab)
Get your pedalboard kitted out with these essential elements for a bargain price. The TU-3 Chromatic Tuner will keep your performances sounding in tune, while the PSB-120 power supply has enough current to power an entire ’board. A seven-way daisy chain and 12 picks round off this impressive package, now a third off at Guitar Center.

That should be enough to power most small to mid-sized pedalboards, while the TU-3's Chromatic and Guitar/Bass modes (with support for seven-string guitars and six-string basses) will make sure you're in tune, too.

As if that wasn't enough, you even get 12 guitar picks thrown in to boot. Nice one, Boss!

Snap it up over for $99 – $50 down from the original $149 asking price – at Guitar Center (opens in new tab).

And while you're at it, have a look at our guide to the best Guitar Center Black Friday deals. You know you want to.

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Mike is Editor-in-Chief of, in addition to being an offset fiend and recovering pedal addict. He has a master's degree in journalism, and has spent the past decade writing and editing for guitar publications including MusicRadar (opens in new tab), Total Guitar and Guitarist, as well as the best part of 20 years performing in bands of variable genre (and quality). In his free time, you'll find him making progressive instrumental rock under the nom de plume Maebe (opens in new tab).