I went into guitar center yesterday to get an MXR Noise Clamp. When the guy asked if he could help me at the counter I said "Do you have the MXR Noise Clamp" He said "The What?" I repeated myself. He said "Is that a pedal?" I said "Yes it is" He said "What does it do?" At this point in my head I was about to say forget it and walk out, but I didn't. I said that it is supposed to kill off unwanted feedback or squeals, tighten up high end amps, kinda like a smartgate. He had to ask the manager who didn't know either and said we can order one, it takes 3 to 5 business days. I said never mind and left. Now I received a circular in the mail and saw the Noise Clamp advertised in their ad. Along with alot of other pedals that they didn't have. I know that maybe some of the pedals are just for online purchase or whatnot but come on, Guitar Center is a huge place, it's not a small shop, your telling me you can't have a larger assortment of pedals that you advertise in your add to be available to the public other than Boss pedals. I mean Sam Ash has more than they do, and they have Keeley pedals. I just don't understand how a store that big can suck that bad at keeping pedals available. I mean I wanted an MXR pedal not a Wampler or a Zvex. But they do advertise Zvex pedals but of course never heard of them when you ask. I swear if I worked at GC in the accessories dept I would at least go through the ads and look to see what pedals they offer and read up on them in case someone does ask, ok they don't have it but I know what it is and what it does. I also spend alot of time on here so my gear knowledge has grown alot in the last couple years lol.