8 Pedal Deals Musicians Won’t Want to Miss This Memorial Day
With all the boat rides and barbecues planned for Memorial Day, Pure water adds to the festivities this year with deals on pedals you can’t miss. Whether you’re looking to update your rig or are just getting started, their Memorial Day sale is just the ticket to gearing up at a discounted price.
While the offerings are plentiful, we’ve compiled a list of top-notch pedals to add to your gear this Memorial Day.
For a limited time, you can hang this pedal for $149.99 – it’s $100 off the retail price. The Boss Pocket GT is your one stop shop for recording or jamming. Built on the legendary Boss GT sound engine, the pedal gives you over 100 assignable amp, stompbox and effects models, all in a pocket-sized package. The Pocket GT communicates with Boss’ Tone Studio and Tone Central mobile apps for easy patch preservation and instant recall in a performance setting. Connect the Pocket GT to your computer via USB and you have studio-quality guitar sounds injected directly into your DAW session. To buy HERE.
Capture that big Bogner amp sound in a pedal with the Bogner Ecstasy Blue Pedal. While supplies last, you can get this tone sculpting pedal for $129.99 ($170 off). This pedal ups the ante with discrete Class A circuitry like an amplifier, with no op-amps and with clipping diodes. Four tone-shaping switches allow you to go beyond the traditional EQ, carving out your perfect sound. To buy HERE.
At a price drop of $60, the Steampunk Boost/Buffer Pedal is a convenient pedal that lets you drive your sound without sacrificing clarity and definition. With the buffer function, the Steampunk allows you to ride hard while maintaining your high end. The boost delivers a clean 20+dB boost to your amp or effects, giving you plenty of punch to push your playing above a live crowd. To buy HERE.
Although at first glance the simple design of this pedal does not seem like much, Opie erects a gigantic sound barrier with little effort. Ditching the standard knob controls found on traditional pedals, the Opia focuses on pure, woolly fuzz tones easily controlled by your guitar’s volume and tone knobs. This approach simplifies your live setup without compromising tonal versatility. The Opia, along with all Red Witch pedals, are 20% off, priced at $119.20. To buy HERE.
While stocks last, the Naga Bread Catalin Viper is available for $129.99 ($50 off). This pedal lets you experience all the crisp breaking and searing soloing power of a bedroom amplitude Marshall stack. The Naga Viper is your ticket to 1970s tones with modern control and creative flexibility. To buy HERE.
Particle 2 of the red panda follows on from their Particle Delay and Pitch Shift Pedal. This redux not only adds new features, but improves existing elements, cleaning up the design to be more ergonomic with less space. Beyond the basic delay modes, three different pitch modes over the ±1 octave range, 0-2.5 second delay length, and adjustable parameters for grain size, density, and feedback. An iOS and Android compatible TouchOSC template and web editor open up even more options. Grab this pedal for $254.15 at 15% off. To buy HERE.
For a limited time, this exclusive Sweetwater pedal is selling for $239.20 ($59.80). This pedal features the coveted K-style harmonic saturation of the original J. Rockett unit, but adds germanium diodes and vintage NOS variants. The Jeff Archer is organic, responsive and versatile with a smooth treble response that sounds beautifully through a wah pedal. To buy HERE.
At a whopping $120 off, the Vertex Tone Secret OD Pedal is a simple solution to conjure up an epic rock guitar sound. It combines pre and post-overdrive controls to let you fine-tune its breakup characteristics to match any amplifier. The treble and midrange controls are there to dial in the perfect amount of bite and punch. To buy HERE.