Here are the best pedal deals from Guitar Center’s 2023 4th of July Sale

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4th of July Deals
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The 4th of July is nearly here – but Guitar Center’s 4th Of July sale has already arrived! There are plenty of deals across the store – let’s take a look at the best guitar pedal deals the brand’s rolled out.22

$80 off Universal Audio Golden Reverberator

Universal Audio Golden Reverberator

This high-end digital reverb machine is discounted by a whole $80. Three gorgeous reverb algorithms, Spring 65, Plate 140 and Hall 224, each offer a different flavour of spatial manipulation – from gritty spring, lush plate to expansive halls, this deal is a chance to grab an ambient dream machine at a hefty discount.

$50 off BOSS RE-202 Space Echo

Roland RE-202 Space Echo

This is the most fully-featured recreation of the famed multi-head Roland Space Echo multi-head tape delay unit Boss has made yet. There are controls for basically every part of the virtual tape machine, including adjustable tape age, saturation, wow and flutter, and 12 head arrangement modes to choose from. It’s an incredibly powerful delay unit, and now’s your chance to save a chunk of change as you pick one up.

$80 off Line 6 DL4 MkII Delay

Line 6 DL4 MkII

The original Line 6 DL4 is a classic for a reason, and this recent upgrade takes it into the modern era with more convenient power requirements, and a sturdier (though just as green) enclosure. There’s also a whole host of new algorithms alongside the old ones, making it extra great value considering Guitar Center’s lopped off $80.

$36.36  off Electro-Harmonix Nano Pulsar

EHX Nano Pulsar

The Nano Pulsar was already affordable, and this further saving means it’s just a hair under $70 for a stereo, dual wave-shape tremolo unit. With a nano form factor, it’ll be an easy squeeze onto your ‘board, too, and luckily it comes with an output control to compensate for the output level drop tremolos can sometimes introduce.

$30 off MXR Fat Sugar Drive

MXR Fat Sugar Drive

This excellent and boldly-coloured overdrive pedal is MXR’s take on a certain mythical overdrive, featuring the unique clean-blend drive control and an ultra-transparent frequency response to keep the character of your guitar intact, even when you crank things to max. A $30 saving drops it down to just under $100 – so what are you waiting for? It’s certainly more affordable than, say, $500,000!

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