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Save 15% on effects from Keeley, Wampler, JHS, Diezel, Bognor, Friedman, J. Rockett and more

Save 15% on effects from Keeley, Wampler, JHS, Diezel, Bognor, Friedman, J. Rockett and more
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While the day itself hasn't arrived yet, the Black Friday guitar deals have started in earnest. And right now, these monster effects deals might be the best we've seen so far. 

If you're looking to complete your pedalboard or treat yourself to some new pedals, now could be the perfect time – Sweetwater has just announced 15% price drops on over 100 pedals from top brands.

These offers range from the Bognor Oxford fuzz, currently only $99.99, and a $35 saving on Keeley's killer D&M drive. But this is just a small glimpse into the deals to be explored. We've included our highlights below, but we'd strongly advise taking a look for yourself – you're bound to find some things you like:

Explore all of Sweetwater's effects discounts

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Save 15% on J. Rockett effects and power supplies (opens in new tab)
J. Rockett is offering the biggest selection of all the brands here, with prices ranging from $67.15 for the Audio Design power distributor up to $211.65 for the Tim Pierce signature overdrive.

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Save 15% on a range of Matthews Effects (opens in new tab)
There are five Matthews pedals up for grabs in the Sweetwater sale, including the Astronomer V2 Celestial reverb, Whaler V2 Fuzz and Chemist V2 Atomic Modulator.

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Save 15% on Bogner effects (opens in new tab)
Bognor pedals don't come cheap, but if you've had your eye on one, now could be the time to strike with big money to be saved on drive, fuzz and compressor pedals.

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Get 15% off select Wampler effects (opens in new tab)
Make savings on everything from the Tumnus Transparent overdrive to the Faux Tape Echo V2 delay. Click to explore the full range of discounted pedals.

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Save 15% on Friedman pedals and more (opens in new tab)
It's not just Friedman pedals lining up for discount, you can also pick up cut-price pedalboard power supplies, cab simulators and more.

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Save $34.50 on the Diezel VH4 (opens in new tab)
You want distortion? You got it! Get wide ranging controls for gain, treble, middle and bass, plus presence, deep and master controls to help you shape the low-end and mid-range bite.

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Save 15% off JHS pedals (opens in new tab)
You don't need much cash to take advantage of the massive JHS discounts. $29.75 will score you a funky red foot switch, while $46.75 will get you a killer kill switch.

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Save 15% on Keeley pedals (opens in new tab)
Robert Keeley's handcrafted American pedals are widely regarded, so any opportunity to get money off a D&M Drive, a Dark Side Workstation or any of the other pedalboard powerhouses featured is a good deal.

Black Friday deals from around the web

  • Amazon.com (opens in new tab) - new Black Friday deals every day
  • GuitarCenter.com (opens in new tab) - loads of great pre-Black Friday deals for musicians
  • Sweetwater.com (opens in new tab) - save up to 74% on gear for guitarists, drummers, DJs & more
  • SamAsh.com (opens in new tab) - score savings on thousands of products
  • Zzounds.com (opens in new tab) - make big holiday savings on music equipment
  • MusiciansFriend.com (opens in new tab) - save up to 15% with code BLACKFRI19
  • Walmart.com (opens in new tab) - great deals on music gear

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I'm Guitar World's eCommerce Editor. It's my job to manage buyer's guides on the site and help guitarists find the right gear and the best prices. I'm a guitarist and a drummer and I've worked in the music gear industry for 18 years, including 7 years as Editor of the UK's best-selling drum magazine Rhythm, and 5 years as a freelance writer working with brands including Roland, Boss, MusicRadar and Natal.