Donner pedals are 20% off throughout January! Treat your 'board to a budget pedal overhaul

Donner pedals are 20% off throughout January! Treat your 'board to a budget pedal overhaul
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We’ve all experienced it. There’s room on our pedalboards, but no pedals within our budget to fill it. It’s a dreaded scenario for us guitarists, halting the flow of our creative juices and making our ‘boards look bare and unloved. If only we could find a range of durable, metal-enclosed pedals that don’t cost the earth. Well, how does 20% off all Donner pedals until February 28 with the code pedal20 sound?

Donner is a relative newcomer to the world of music gear, gaining popularity originally through their effects pedals and accessories. Now, their range of products is as vast as can be; acoustic guitars, electric guitars, electronic drum sets, guitar amps, ukuleles, digital pianos, saxophones… the list goes on. We’re focusing on their effects pedals for now though - and while we haven’t got the time to mention all of them, we’ve included a few of our favorite cheap guitar pedals below. 

All Donner effects pedals: 20% off

All Donner effects pedals: 20% off
If you love experimenting with effects pedals, then this 20%-off-everything deal could be a game changer. Choose from any of Donner’s loopers, overdrives, compressors, multi-effects and more, and upgrade your pedalboard to the next level. Just make sure to use the code pedal20 at checkout. 

Donner Circle Looper: Was $130

Donner Circle Looper: Was $130, now $105
Donner’s Circle Looper is their most advanced looper pedal yet. The Circle not only has 44.1kHz and 24-bit sampling capabilities, but also contains a sophisticated and extensive drum machine with 100 in-built grooves. Looping whole tracks is super easy with up to 4 minutes of looping time per track, and with 160 minutes of total recording capacity, the only thing holding you back is your creativity. Get 20% off with code pedal20

Donner Dumbal Drive: Was $48.49

Donner Dumbal Drive: Was $48.49, now $39
Now, we’ve all heard that iconic Dumble overdrive tone - although without a sizeable lottery win, owning one of the amps is no more than a distant dream. That’s where the Dumbal Drive overdrive pedal comes in. This drive pedal is capable of anything from a clean boost to a crunchy helping of gain, and with a two-band EQ, volume and gain controls, there’s plenty of scope for tone-sculpting. 

Donner Mod Square Modulation: Was $64

Donner Mod Square Modulation: Was $64, now $51
If your pedalboard real estate comes at a premium, then the humble mini pedal could be your new best friend. The Mod Square from Donner is a 7-in-1 digital modulation pedal, offering a huge array of tones in a small, convenient footprint. Phaser, tremolo, rotary, vibrato, flanger and two different types of chorus make up this pedals’ tonal arsenal - and with a discounted price of a little over 50 bucks, we’d say that’s pretty good value for money.

Donner Alpha Cruncher multi-fx: Was $68

Donner Alpha Cruncher multi-fx: Was $68, now $55
If you’re looking for an all-in-one alternative to a cluttered pedalboard, then the Alpha Cruncher could be just what you need. With delay, chorus and distortion all on tap, you’ll have most of your tones covered with one pedal - and although the controls are fairly minimalistic, you won’t find yourself missing out with this super-affordable multi-effects pedal. Get this pedal for under $55 when you use the code pedal20 at checkout.

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James Farmer

James is a freelance writer and former Junior Deals Writer at Guitar World. Before writing, James worked as a guitar salesman at a local music store, so he knows a thing or two about matching people with their perfect instruments. James also has experience working in other areas of the music trade, having briefly worked for online music distributor, RouteNote. James is a guitarist, bassist and drummer and has also toured the UK and Europe with his old band Hypophora.