Prime Day music deals are fast approaching, but there is still a couple of weeks to go until the online giant holds its annual 48-hour sale.
However, if you just got paid and simply can't wait until July 15 to snap up the best Prime Day drum deals, check out our top picks from Guitar Center's huge 4th Of July sale.
The best Guitar Center 4th Of July sale drum deals
With a whopping $80 off its original price, this Zildjian Premium Cymbal Bag is a steal. The thick padding, convenient front compartment and side accessory pocket make this the best value home for your precious metals.View Deal
If you're an aspiring double-pedaler, or just in need of a spare, the Pearl P922's Powershifter Action Cam, adjustable heel plate and dual-surface beaters make this a bargain at $129.99.View Deal
Steel snares are among the most versatile additions to your kit. This 6.5"x14" example from Tama is no exception, and the black nickel finish will sit neatly within any kit. Save yourself $40 on this premium-brand snare drum today, now just $159.99.View Deal
PDP's 800 series hardware strikes a balance between sturdiness and portability. If it's time to upgrade or augment your current hardware, this pack will kit-out your whole set for $70 off the usual price.View Deal
Want a lot of bang for not much buck? This Mapex Armory kit in Purple Haze Satin finish has had $200 slashed off the price tag. That's a six-piece kit (including snare) from a name you can trust for under $700!View Deal
A pair of Zildjian accent cymbals for less than 80 dollars? You bet! The ZBT line is an affordable way to add quality cymbals to your setup, and at just £79.99 you can experiment with new sounds for even less.View Deal
Display your snare drum collection with pride using the Proline Snare Utility Rack. It's padded to protect your drums, and with two sturdy 30" shelves per unit your snares will always be close at hand. At $30 off the original price, this is an unmissable deal.View Deal
With enough mics to capture a standard five-pice kit (including a pair of overhead mics), and rim clamps for snares and toms, this has to be one of the most affordable ways of getting your drums mic'd for recording or live situations.View Deal