Guitar Center Has Slashed the Price of This Boss DS-1 Distortion Kit by Over a Third

Boss DS-1 Distortion Guitar Centr Guitar-A-Thon Deal
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Right now, Guitar Center is offering over a third off the regular price of Boss DS-1 Distortion Kits in this incredible deal (opens in new tab) that also includes two six-inch patch cables.

Dubbed "the greatest guitar event on Earth,” the firm’s Guitar-A-Thon sale sees the price of this package slashed from $89.99 to just $58.99 – that’s a huge saving of $31!

With over 1.5 million units sold, the DS-1 Distortion is Boss’s best-selling effects pedal – and for good reason.

Seen on the pedalboards of countless pro guitarists over the decades, this tried and trusted dirtbox is a benchmark of tone.

Boss DS-1 Distortion Kit: $89.99 (opens in new tab)

Boss DS-1 Distortion Kit: $89.99 $58.99 (opens in new tab)
Debuting in 1978, the mighty DS-1 Distortion is a staple of Boss's professional compact effects pedal series. A favorite of guitarists such as Kurt Cobain, Mike Stern and Prince, Guitar Center has slashed the price of this Boss DS-1 Distortion Kit by over a third in their amazing Guitar-A-Thon deal.

Boss DS-1 Distortion

The Boss DS-1 Distortion is a king among distortion pedals and is one of the most popular effects units of all time.

Unveiled in 1978 following the launch of Boss’s iconic compact pedal series the previous year, the flexible DS-1 Distortion set a standard for all that followed.

Great for rhythm and lead sounds, this Boss classic features three simple controls – tone, level and distortion – with which to dial in your perfect settings.

Known for its edgy voice, the DS-1 Distortion allows electric guitar players to cut through a band mix. Whether on stage or in the studio, this Boss staple can be relied on for world class tone every time.

Popular with beginners and pros alike, it’s a great pedal to have in the toolbox and is built to withstand decades of use.

Long sold with a five-year warranty, Boss pedals are famously tough and are frequently cited as modern classics (just ask Joe Satriani or Steve Vai!)