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Get Boss’s ME-80 multi-effects pedal for just $249 with this Prime Day-busting deal

Boss ME-80
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It’s only one more sleep til Prime Day, but Guitar Center has already busted the deal door wide open with its mammoth Guitar-A-Thon event, which includes this superb offer on Boss’s ME-80 multi-effects pedal.

Normally, you’d be forking out $299 for this floor-based FX behemoth, but Guitar Center is slashing a mighty $50 off the price, bringing it down to $249 for a limited time only.

The ME-80 is one of the easiest multi-effects pedals to use on the market, thanks to its no-nonsense knob-based operation, but offers an astonishing array of effects from one of the world’s leading effects companies.

As well as the usual array of modulation, delays and reverbs, you get Boss-exclusive Multi-Dimensional Processing sounds, such as the ambient Tera Echo and organ-like Overtone.

Plus, there are a host of COSM preamps and overdrives, an onboard treadle – which lets you handle wah and pitch-shift effects all in one pedal – and a 38-second looper, too.

You can even use the ME-80 to record direct to your computer, thanks to an onboard USB interface, while sounds can be saved and recalled on the pedal itself, and backed up to your computer using Boss's Tone Studio software.

If covering all your FX needs for just $249 sounds good to you, head on over to Guitar Center right this second.

And, of course, for all the latest and greatest bargains coming up over the following days, be sure to visit our regularly updated guide to the best Prime Day guitar deals.


Boss ME-80 Multi-Effects Pedal: $299 $249 at Guitar Center
Positively crammed with killer-sounding Boss effects and amp models, the ME-80 is one of the best budget multi-effects pedals you can buy. And now with $50 off at Guitar Center, it could be one of the best FX deals this Prime Day.

Michael Astley-Brown

Mike is Editor-in-Chief of, in addition to being an offset fiend and recovering pedal addict. He's spent the past decade writing and editing for guitar publications including MusicRadar, Total Guitar and Guitarist, and a decade-and-a-half 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.