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Up to $150 Off TC Electronic Pedals & Tuners in this Phenomenal Pre-Black Friday Deal

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There are some serious bargains available right now on TC Electronic guitar gear over at Sweetwater. Ahead of Black Friday they are offering up to $150 off TC Electronic pedals and tuners (opens in new tab) – including Flashback and Ditto units.

While supplies last, the Flashback 2 Mini (opens in new tab) delay pedal is down to only $69.99 (MSRP $178.50), as is the Ditto Looper (opens in new tab) (MSRP $149.99), while the UniTune (opens in new tab) clip-on chromatic tuner is an absolute bargain at just $15.99 (MSRP $44.99.)

If you’re looking for something a little more comprehensive on the delay front the Flashback 2 X4 (opens in new tab) delay/looper is now $149.99 (MSRP $374.99) while the Flashback Triple Delay (opens in new tab) has been reduced to $199.99 (MSRP $449.99.)

Further deals include the Ditto+ Looper (opens in new tab) at $74.49 (was $149); the Mimiq Doubler (opens in new tab) at $74.99 (MSRP $223.50); and the mighty PLETHORA X5 (opens in new tab) multi-effects unit at $399 (MSRP $749.99.)

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TC Electronic Pedals & Tuners: Up to $150 Off (opens in new tab)
Sweetwater have announced huge savings on TC Electronic pedals and tuners in this early Black Friday deal. There are bargains galore on delay and looper pedals – including the Flashback 2 Mini, Flashback 2 X4, Flashback Triple Delay, Ditto Looper, and Ditto+ Looper – while big savings are now live on the Mimiq Doubler, PLETHORA X5 TonePrint multi-effects pedalboard, and UniTune clip-on chromatic tuners.

Featuring 60 minutes of recording time, 99-loop storage capacity, unlimited overdubs, super simple control, and an intuitive visual display the high-quality 24-bit Ditto+ Looper (opens in new tab) is the next generation of TC’s industry standard Ditto looper.

The Ditto Looper (opens in new tab) itself is still a very popular product – its user-friendly controls and fantastic sound quality making it a handy performance and creative tool for countless guitar players.

The Flashback 2 Mini (opens in new tab) crams a bunch of cool delay sounds into a bijou stompbox that will save valuable space on any pedalboard. Boasting eight versatile delay types ranging from warm tape echoes to crisp digital repeats this smart little unit is jammed with hidden features.

Featuring 10 delay types including the gorgeous Crystal delay and uber-realistic Analog and Tape sounds along with a 40-second looper the Flashback 2 X4 Delay and Looper (opens in new tab) is TC Electronic’s flagship delay pedal.

The Flashback Triple Delay (opens in new tab) boasts three independent delay generators. Whether you arrange them in series or parallel this smorgasbord of delay can produce a massive range of sounds from standard repeats to full-on tripped out psychedelic soundscapes.

Using a clean or distorted guitar tone in mono or stereo the TC’s Mimiq Doubler (opens in new tab) pedal brings all that vintage studio magic to your pedalboard, rerecreating the classic sound of double-tracked guitars.

The PLETHORA X5 (opens in new tab) stuffs TC Electronic’s entire TonePrint library into a single streamlined unit. Use up to five effects simultaneously, with the ability to store up to 75 TonePrints in each of the unit’s five effects slots.

The TC Electronic UniTune clip-on chromatic tuners are available here in black (opens in new tab) and regular (opens in new tab) finishes for the same great price of $15.99. Clipping on to the guitar’s headstock these neat little gizmos feature an adaptive LED display and multiple tuning modes.

If you’re looking for more great deals like this check out our Black Friday Guitar Deals page where you can browse hot bargains on all kinds of guitar-related products.

Rod Brakes
Rod Brakes

Rod Brakes is a music journalist with an expertise in guitars. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a writer covering artists, industry pros and gear includes contributions for leading publications and websites such as GuitaristTotal Guitar, Guitar World (opens in new tab)Guitar Player (opens in new tab) and MusicRadar (opens in new tab) in addition to specialist music books, blogs and social media. He is also a lifelong musician.