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Come to the Melbourne Guitar Show this weekend for a chance to win a Boss stomp box. We’ve got a MO-2 multi overtone, BC-2 combo drive and TU-3 chromatic tuner to giveaway. Once you’re done at the show, take a minute at the exit to fill out our exit survey and tell us about your show experience. Winners will be announced the week after the show.

Check out these great Boss pedals which are up for grabs. Just by attending the event and telling us what you thought of the Melbourne Guitar Show, you go into the draw for a chance to win one.

mo2MO-2 Multi Overtone
Powered by Multi-Dimensional Processing technology (MDP), the MO-2 Multi Overtone uses your guitar’s harmonic characteristics to create a wide range of extraordinary new sounds.

bc2BC-2 Combo Drive
The new BOSS BC-2 generates a classic “AC-inspired” British combo-amp tone in a compact pedal, but that’s just the starting point. With a single knob, you can instantly control a variety of sound-character parameters, and quickly tap into a full spectrum of tone. Achieve the perfect vintage sound or dial into higher gain or cleaner tone across a wider frequency range than the classic amp could provide on its own. The BC-2 also offers a natural and dynamic response to your picking nuances at any setting. This easy-to-use yet technically complex pedal takes you from authentic vintage tone to expanded new-generation performance and sound.

tu3TU-3 chromatic tuner
he world’s top-selling stage tuner, the BOSS TU-2, evolves and improves with the debut of the new TU-3. Housed in a tank-tough BOSS stompbox body, the TU-3 features a smooth 21-segment LED meter with a High-Brightness mode that cuts through the harshest outdoor glare. Choose between Chromatic or Guitar/Bass tuning modes, and enjoy visual pinpoint tuning verification with the Accu-Pitch Sign function. The TU-3 incorporates a convenient Note Name Indicator that can display notes of 7-string guitars and 6-string basses, while the Flat-Tuning mode can support up to six half-steps. It’s the new-standard tuner that no guitarist or bass player should be without!

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