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Cyber Monday guitar deals 2022

Cyber Monday guitar deals 2022
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Best Cyber Monday guitar deals 2021

So, that was Cyber Monday. The big day may have passed, but we'll still be sharing all the best Cyber Monday guitar deals that are still live.  Whether you play electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar or ukulele, this is the place to be if you missed out yesterday.

There are a few Cyber Monday sales still live, including Guitar Center's Cyber sale, where you can save big on a range of electric and acoustic guitars, amps, accessories and more (opens in new tab) until December 8th. Sweetwater's Cyber Week sale is live too, with up to 80% off electric guitars, amps & effects (opens in new tab) until December 7th. 

Musician's Friend is also offering up to 50% off guitars, amps, effects and more (opens in new tab), until December 5th.

For those who are unaware, Cyber Monday is the culmination of Black Friday and Cyber Weekend sales. It's usually the day where deals get the most wild, as companies discount the coolest gear around.

In the meantime, if you're looking to bag a bargain now, keep tabs on our Prime Day Music deals page, where we'll be sharing all the latest offers from the 12/13 July event.

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Quick links

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Top deals

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Pigtronix Mothership 2 Synth Pedal $249.99 $129 (opens in new tab)
Enter a whole new world of sounds for much less with this huge reduction. The Mothership 2 features superb pitch tracking to allow you to deliver otherworldly synth grooves with your guitar with a deep level of control. Board this Guitar Center deal before it takes off for good! 

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TC Electronic Ditto+ Looper Pedal was $149 $74.49 (opens in new tab)
This ultra compact looper pedal has an incredible feature-set ad at this price it's a true bargain. Its 24-bit sound quality, 99-loop storage, unlimited overdubs, 1-knob control and hi-res display are unbeatable for the money even at its full price!

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Gretsch G2420T Streamliner $549.99 $349.99 (opens in new tab)
A great value guitar becomes an absolute bargain; this Gretsch sounds as good as it looks thanks to a pair of versatile Broad'Tron pickups and an iconic Bigsby tremolo. 

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Fender Player Strat Plus Top: $859.99, $699.99 (opens in new tab)
There isn't much a good quality Strat can't do - especially when you have a high-output humbucker in the bridge position. This Fender Player Stratocaster takes the iconic guitar in a modern direction with the addition of an eye-catching flame maple top and a unique blue burst finish - and with $160 off right now at Musician's Friend, how can you say no?   

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Boss Pocket GT: was $199.99, now $149.99 (opens in new tab)
Practice tools don’t come much more powerful than the Pocket GT - a comprehensive modelling unit that includes over 100 amps, stomps and effects, 99 user memories, USB, Bluetooth and Boss’ unique YouTube streaming integration. If you’re looking for a do-it-all solution that you can take anywhere, bag a bargain now at Amazon. You won’t be disappointed.

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Positive Grid Spark + free bag: $299, now $249 (opens in new tab)
The Spark from Positive Grid has taken the practice amp world by storm. With thousands of tones at your fingertips, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, plus intelligent features such as Smart Jam and Auto Chords, it’s no wonder it’s the best-selling amp for home use. Buy it with this deal to save $75 and get a free padded gig bag (usually $60), plus free shipping!

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One year of Guitar Tricks + free guitar! Just $129 (opens in new tab)
Sign up to a year's Guitar Tricks subscription and you'll not only receive access to an extensive range of online guitar lessons, songs and more, but you'll get a Huntingdon acoustic guitar worth $250 for free! Hurry, as stocks are limited and likely to run out fast! 

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Squier Contemporary Jazz Bass HH: $479, $429 (opens in new tab)
Don't worry, low-end caretakers - we've not forgotten about you. Sweetwater has currently knocked $50 off their exclusive Active Squier Jazz Bass in Satin Black, so you can lay down those huge, punchy basslines knowing you've got the power to back up your playing. The 5-string version is available on sale too, if 4 just isn't enough.

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Squier Classic Vibe '60s Strat: $449, $399 (opens in new tab)
There are few guitars more iconic or versatile than the Strat, and now you can grab a piece of the action for $399 thanks to Sweetwater, who've knocked $50 off this Olympic White '60s Classic Vibe. You've got all the standard Strat appointments including three single coils and synchronized trem - but with that extra touch of '60s class. 

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Fender Play: 50% off an annual subscription (opens in new tab)
Sorted a free trial but now you want to continue getting all the benefits of Fender Play lessons beyond your trial? For Black Friday, Fender is offering 50% off an annual plan, dropping the price from $89.99 to $44.99. Just add the code friday50 at checkout.

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Guitareo online courses: Save 24% today (opens in new tab)
With a 90-day money back getout, there's every reason to check out guitareo's renowned online lesson service, which even includes access to real teachers when you need it. 

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Electric guitar deals

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Squier Classic Vibe Custom Esquire $479.99, $429.99 (opens in new tab)
Single-pickup guitars don't come much cooler than this. A double-bound body with hidden depths from its three-position selector that offers distinct and varied tones. This is a very desirable addition to any collection. 

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Epiphone Les Paul Custom: was $729, now $599 (opens in new tab)
This Inspired By Gibson Epiphone 'Tuxedo' Les Paul Custom oozes class, with the tonal muscle to match. Its PAF-inspired ProBucker pickups mean it will sound as good as its bound Antique Ivory finish looks.

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Relish Trinity Electric guitar: $1,299, now $999 (opens in new tab)
Now for something a little bit different. Relish has been manufacturing boutique, high-end instruments with their signature pickup-switching system for some time, and the Trinity series sees that same versatility but with a much more reasonable price tag. Save $300 while stocks last at Sweetwater. 

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Gretsch Guitars G2420T Streamliner: $549.99, $349.99 (opens in new tab)
Gretsch Streamliner guitars are stonking value at full retail price, so this deal at Guitar Center makes the G2420T unmissable. Nothing sounds like a Gretsch and this maple-bodied, Bigsby-rocking hollow-body nails that signature tone precisely, in no small part due to the wonderfully sonic BroadTron humbucking pickups. You know you've always wanted one…

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Fender Player Stratocaster: $824.99, now $699.99 (opens in new tab)
We absolutely love a shell-pink Strat - and we love them even more when they are on sale! Right now you can save a whopping $125 off the amazingly popular Fender Player Stratocaster at Guitar Center.  

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Fullerton Deluxe ASAT Classic Custom: $1,849, $1,599 (opens in new tab)
This niche modern classic is only available in this Clear Orange finish at Sweetwater (opens in new tab), and at a chunky reduction for an instrument of this pedigree.

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Acoustic guitar deals

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Orangewood Oliver Mahogany: $225, now $180 (opens in new tab)
This mahogany grand concert model not only looks the part but promises some tonal delights too. The solid mahogany top maximizes resonance, while the rosewood fingerboard and bridge and bone nut/saddle add a touch of class. Opt for the Oliver Live and you'll also get an onboard Fishman Sonitone pickup/preamp.

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Orangewood Oliver Jr Mahogany: $225, now $180 (opens in new tab)
The Oliver Jr takes the same grand concert shape as its big brother and shrinks it for the perfect portable/travel-size format. Here, the fretboard is swapped for ebony but that all-important solid top is still present.

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Orangewood Echo: $345, now $275 (opens in new tab)
Dreadnought guitars are the go-to all-rounders. Orangewood's Echo takes this classic outline and gives you a well-specced guitar for only $275 at the deal price. 

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Orangewood Brooklyn: $345, now $275 (opens in new tab)
What if you want a grand concert shape, but in spruce? Opt for the Brooklyn model. The squat shoulders and pinched waist combine the big, boomy punch of a GC, but with the added brightness of spruce, and the abalone rosette really pops against the lighter spruce top.

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Epiphone Dove Studio Ltd Ed: $459.99, $389.99 (opens in new tab)
With its ornate pickguard, imposing size, and classy appointments, the Epiphone Dove is already an absolutely stunning guitar, throw in a brilliant white finish, and it takes this instrument to a whole new level. Featuring the Fishman Sonitone pickup, this acoustic sounds just as good as it looks. 

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ToneWoodAmp for acoustic guitar $259 $219 (opens in new tab)
No pedals, no cables; just a massively inspiring creative tool for anyone who owns an electro-acoustic guitar. The ToneWoodAmp offers eight onboard effects and a whole new world of possibilities to explore. 

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Bass guitar deals

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Sterling Music Man Ray34HH Bass: $1,029.99, $699.99 (opens in new tab)
The StingRay has been responsible for some of the most legendary bass tones of all time. The thunderous low-end and bright high-end attack make it perfect for aggressive styles of music, and this sinister all-black finish means it now looks the part as well. Right now, you can save $330 at Musician's Friend. 

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Squier Contemporary Jazz Bass: $449.99, $349.99 (opens in new tab)
The Contemporary series builds on Fender's legacy and brings it into the modern-day, with sought-after features and sleek new finishes. The SQR Active Ceramic pickups deliver bags of low-end punch and a clarity only found on active electronics - and even better, you can save $100 off the retail price.

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Amp deals

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Positive Grid Spark Pearl + free bag: save $90 (opens in new tab)
The Positive Grid Spark Pearl offers all of the same next-level functionality as the original, but this time it’s offered in a special edition white tolex to mark Positive Grid’s 10th anniversary. With this deal you’ll also get the same Spark Traveller gig bag (normally $60) and free shipping.

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Positive Grid Spark bundles: save up to 40% (opens in new tab)
With Positive Grid’s bundle deals, you can add accessories and extras to your Spark or Spark Pearl for an even better deal, saving up to 40%. First, you’ll receive the Spark Traveller gig bag for free. Next, you can add the Spark Hendrix pack - giving you amp and FX models based on Jimi’s favourite gear. Finally, you can add either Sennheiser HD200 Pro headphones, or Sennheiser IE40 Pro in-ear monitors for a combined discount of $135, $180, or $185.

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Blackstar Studio 10 6L6 1x12" $729.99, $599.99 (opens in new tab)
A great saving on a great valve amp; this 10-watt combo will deliver full fat tones for home and stage. Jazz, blues and rock; you're confidently covered here and a 12-inch Celestion Seventy 80 speaker will help serve all the punch and clarity you need. 

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Effects deals

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TC Electronic Ditto Looper: was $89, now $69.99 (opens in new tab)
The Ditto Looper has become somewhat of an industry standard looper pedal (opens in new tab) for guitarists. At a killer price point, it features everything you’d want from a no-nonsense looper pedal: a single-knob design for dialing in your loops, five minutes of loop time, true bypass circuitry so your tone remains intact at all times 24-bit recording for pristine audio quality. And now you can get it for even less. Read our full TC Electronic Ditto review (opens in new tab).

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TC Electronic Plethora X5: was $549, now $399 (opens in new tab)
And if you want to go the whole hog, the Plethora X5 TonePrint Multi-FX Pedalboard offers up basically every pedalboard effect you’ll ever need in one compact enclosure. Loaded with TC Electronic’s Hall of Fame 2 Reverb, Flashback 2 Delay, Sub n Up Octaver, Brainwaves Pitch Shifter, Corona Chorus, Vortex Flanger effects and more, this powerhouse multi-effects unit allows you to design your own pedalboard, with up to five slots available. And not only that; you can also save up to 127 pedalboard combination presets. The possibilities are pretty much endless with the Plethora X5, and now you can get it with a whopping $150 discount. Read our full TC Electronic Plethora X5 review (opens in new tab).

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Wireless system deals

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Boss WL-60 Wireless System: $279.99, now $199.99 (opens in new tab)
The Boss WL-60 wireless system puts reliable wireless connectivity between your guitar and the rest of your rig in easy reach. It’s designed to eliminate drop-outs and interference, with a 20 metre range and up to 25 hours of transmission on a single pair of alkaline AA batteries. Get it for $80 less now and de-clutter your stage!

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Guitar cable deals

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Boss BCK-12 Solderless Cable Kit: save $25 (opens in new tab)
The Boss BCK-12 Solderless Pedalboard Cable Kit comes with everything you need to start making custom patch cables for your pedalboard. There’s 12-feet of high-quality cable, and 12 solderless, bi-directional jack plugs that can be orientated as a straight or right-angle connection. It requires no fiddly cable-stripping or soldering, just trim the cable and snap on the jack plug. Save 25 dollars and start building your own patch cables today! 

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Software deals

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Guitar Rig 6 Pro: Was £179, now £89.50 (opens in new tab)
The newest version of Guitar Rig Pro takes all the most popular features of the previous iteration and takes them to the next level. Back with a new user interface, new amp models, new effects and the capability to model state-of-the-art hardware, you’ll never need to use anything else to get those guitar tones you’ve been looking for. Stacked with artist presets from the likes of Yvette Young, Vernon Reid and Pete Thorn, there’s a tone to suit your style, whatever you play. Save 50% until December 6th. 

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Lessons deals

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Fender Play: 3 month free trial (opens in new tab)
Fender Play is a unique platform for learning the guitar, bass and ukulele, featuring over 3,000 lessons organised into easy-to-follow courses, over 1,000 songs to learn, backing tracks, challenges and an entire community, all of which can be accessed from your phone, tablet or computer while you play. Bag your free trial today.

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Guitareo online courses: Save 24% today (opens in new tab)
With a 90-day money back getout, there's every reason to check out guitareo's renowned online lesson service, which even includes access to real teachers when you need it.

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1 year Fender Play + Mustang Micro: $330, $129.99 (opens in new tab)
This insane early-Black Friday deal is perfect for guitarists looking to improve their skills for less. For only $129.99, you’ll not only get unlimited access to Fender Play, but you’ll also receive a free Mustang Micro headphone amp, and 10% off all Fender gear for the whole year.

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ArtistWorks Lessons: 40% off with code CYBER40 (opens in new tab)
Learn to play the guitar with online courses by shred legend Paul Gilbert, blues aficionado Jared James Nichols and many more world-class musicians. Right now ArtistWorks is offering a mega 40% off all of their 12-month plans when you use code CYBER40 at the checkout.  

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MasterClass Lessons: 2-for-1 Membership Offer (opens in new tab)
Give the gift of lessons with MasterClass this Cyber Weekend. MasterClass allows you to “learn from the best” with a wealth of industry professionals and world-famous musicians ready to teach you everything from guitar and drums to cooking and writing. Right now you can get 2-for-1 on an annual membership. 

When will the Cyber Monday guitar deals land?

The Cyber Monday guitar deals 2021 will officially arrive on Monday November 29th, just a few days after the Black Friday guitar deals have come to a close.

As Cyber Monday is a worldwide event, deals are launched at all sorts of times. Quite often a killer deal will go live in the middle of the night, so shoppers will need to keep their eyes peeled when it comes to the bargains and products that they're after. Some Cyber Monday deals will only be live for a matter of hours, and some will linger for a few days, but we'd suggest jumping on a great deal when you see it. You won't want to miss out. 

What Cyber Monday guitar deals should I expect?

We'll be keeping an eye on the biggest music retailers throughout October and November for the best Cyber Monday guitar deals. Based on last years deals, the Sweetwater Cyber Monday and Guitar Center Cyber Monday sales were the ones to watch - responsible for some ridiculous deals on electric and acoustic guitars, amplifiers and more.

If you're someone who likes to record their guitar tracks at home, then Cyber Monday is always a good time to pick up a brand new laptop for music production. Last year we saw discounts on the newly-launched M1 MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs - mostly via Amazon - plus significant money off Dell laptops and older model MacBooks. The M1 MacBook Pro has its very own MacBook Pro M1 deals page where you'll be able to find the best deals and discounts. We're pretty confident that 2021 will see another big sale on music-making laptops, so this could well be your year. 

Last year's Cyber Monday guitar deals saw big sales on Fender Player Stratocasters - something which we very much expect to happen again this time around. We also expect to see great deals on guitar amps and software, such as Positive Grid's Spark 40, BIAS FX and AMP 2 software.

Between us, we've done our fair share of Cyber Mondays - so you can rest assured knowing that we'll be hunting down the best deals for you, before anyone else.

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Discounts and coupons

The Cyber Monday guitar deals aren't all about individual product discounts. Some retailers prefer to offer discounts overall on a range of product categories. Usually this comes in the form of a code that you enter at checkout to redeem your discount. 

To give you an example, last year Sweetwater was offering up to 80% off a range of guitars, drums, recording gear, software, headphones and so much more from the big brands in their Cyber Week sale. Elsewhere, Guitar Center and Musician's Friend were both offering 15% off select products. 

This is a great way to shop and can end up saving you more when you have multiple items you're looking to purchase.

How to prepare for the Cyber Monday guitar sales

The easiest way to win when the Cyber Monday guitar deals start going off is to get your research done early. That way, you know exactly what you're looking for and can strike while the iron is hot. Make sure you note down the RRP - that way you'll know for sure that the deal you've seen is worth it. 

To help you create your wishlist, take some time to thumb through our expert up-to-date buying guides and reviews. They'll arm you with all the knowledge you'll ever need to help you find the perfect guitar gear for you.

Cyber Monday isn't just a music gear sale, though. You'll find bargains on loads of awesome tech like iPads, AirPods, Amazon Echos and more. You can even pick up video doorbells, fairy lights and toilet plungers with a bunch of cash off - but we'll just be looking at the guitar deals over here.

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Is it worth waiting for the deals?

So, is it really worth waiting until Cyber Monday to make the most of a Cyber Monday guitar deal? Well, we'd say yes - but that doesn't mean there won't be some unmissable deals popping up before the big day. 

In the past, we've seen some amazing early Cyber Monday guitar deals starting from as soon as midnight on Black Friday - so you can expect to see the biggest retailers dropping prices on some killer products over Cyber Weekend. 

Most places will keep their best deals for Cyber Monday itself though, so if you want to make the biggest savings, we'd hang on until the event itself.

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Will stock be an issue?

While we don't foresee major stock disruption this Cyber Monday, it's worth taking note that some of your favourite retailers might struggle to get hold of the most in-demand products. 

Due to the current state of our post-pandemic world, there may be delays on products being shipped to distribution centers or to your front door - so if you see a deal that you know you want, we'd suggest you jump on it sooner than later. 

For those in the UK, things are a little more complex. A combination of the pandemic and Brexit is causing shortages of HGV drivers and fuel, meaning that stock of certain popular products could be hard to replenish. 

If you're in the market for one of the best guitar VST's though, or any other software, then you needn't worry - as online downloads don't need a full tank of fuel, last time we checked.

Cyber Monday guitar deals: What happened last year?

Last year's Cyber Monday deals were pretty mental, but we're hoping to see even bigger and better offers this year. 

For guitarists, the best deals were $100 off the stunning Fender Player Strat in Surf Pearl at Guitar Center, while the shred-ready Schecter C-1 Platinum FR-Sustaniac was a mighty $170 off at Musician's Friend.

Positive Grid knocked cash off their iconic Spark practice amp and BIAS software, JHS knocked 15% off their 3 Series effects pedals and the Guild OM140-CE was only $529 at Pro Audio Star - down from $899.

Here are some more offers from last year to give you an idea of what to expect this time round. 

Cyber Monday Electric guitar deals

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Gretsch G2657T Streamliner: was $549, now $399, save $150
We love the Streamliner series because it represents just how much value an electric guitar can offer these days. With this kind of discount it's hard to resist. The stunning Ocean Turquoise finish, incredibly versatile Gretsch's Broad'Tron humbucking pickups and a licensed Bigsby vibrato add up to a guitar that just shouldn't be $399. But we're delighted it is! 

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Fender Player Strat in Shell Pink: Was $724.99, now $599.99
Combining the classic Strat sound we know and love with a unique dash of colour, the Limited Edition Fender Player Stratocaster in Shell Pink is a versatile guitar with loads of character. And with $125 off the list price at Guitar Center, it’s the perfect time to buy.

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Jackson Pro Soloist SL2Q Northern Lights: $999, $799
Jackson knows how to deliver great spec with Seymour Duncan humbuckers, 12-16 compound radius fingerboard, Floyd Rose FRT-O2000 double-locking tremolo bridge and a striking Northern Lights finish here. And it's got $200 off now at Guitar Center! 

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ESP LTD M-400: was $799, now only $449 at ProAudioStar
This is a huge discount;
$350 off the price of this impressive ESP with a mahogany body, three-piece maple neck and a classic, tried and true pickup combination for versatility that really makes this a superb deal;  Seymour Duncan Jazz (neck) and Custom-5 (bridge) humbuckers. 

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Ibanez's RG6003FM in Sapphire Blue: $350, $279
A shredder's dream machine for a price as stunning at its Saphire Blue flamed maple top finish. With a Wizard III neck shape,  a dual Ibanez Quantum pickups and a five-way switch for versatility, the mahogany body RG6003FM is greta buy from Musician's Friend right. 

Cyber Monday Acoustic guitar deals

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Guild's OM-140CE acoustic: $899, $529
A superb acoustic investment if you're looking to upgrade or start strong as a player. A solid Sitka spruce top, solid African mahogany back and sides and Guild/Fishman AP1 preamp with a Sonicore pickup with a $370 price cut makes this one of the best Cyber Monday acoustic guitar deals we've found. 

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Fender California Newporter Player Ocean Teal: $429 $329
A great option for anyone wanting more electric playability from an acoustic; the California Newporter Player has a slim C-shape neck and classic Fender Strat-style headstock. With a solid Sitka spruce top, mahogany back and sides, satin-finished mahogany neck and 20-fret walnut fingerboard, it offers a superb recipe for acoustic tone too.

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Orangewood Brooklyn: $295, now $236, save 20%
What if you want a grand concert shape, but in spruce? Opt for the Brooklyn model. The squat shoulders and pinched waist combine the big, boomy punch of a GC, but with the added brightness of spruce, and the abalone rosette really pops against the lighter spruce top.

Cyber Monday amplifier deals

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Positive Grid Spark 40: $299/£225, now $239/£180
With a complete arsenal of amp models and effects, plus access to over 10,000 tone presets, the Positive Grid Spark 40 is a versatile guitar, bass and acoustic practice amp. But, throw in the additional smart features such as Auto Chords, Smart Jam, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, and you have one of the most powerful practice amps available on the planet.

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Vox AC30S1 1x12" combo: Was $899, now $699, save $200
A full fat AC30 with $200 off?! This 1x12" combo is the stuff of rock legend with its 12AX7/EL84 valves, single channel based on the AC30 Top Boost circuit, reverb and Celestion speaker.

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Boss Nextone Guitar Artist Amp: Was $899, now $499
This is a very versatile guitar amp with its tube emulation switching and a huge price reduction here. The Artist is one of the high end Nextone models and its 80-watts making it a very capable gigging amp. Sam Ash has taken a massive $400 chunk off the price – we'd advise moving fast on this one. 

Cyber Monday Effects pedal deals

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11 TC Electronic pedals for just $39 @Guitar Center
Mix and match from your choice of 11 TC Electronic effects pedals. Chorus, reverb, delay, distortion, drive, overdrive – whatever FX you crave, you'll find something that floats your boat with this unmissable Cyber Monday guitar effects deal.

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JHS Pedals 3 Series Effects WAS: $99 NOW: $84.15
The best value USA-made guitar effects pedals out there just became an even better deal with 15% off this weekend at Sweetwater (opens in new tab) this weekend. Just $84.15 for JHS quality with your choice of Overdrive, Distortion, Fuzz, Reverb, Delay, Compressor and Chorus. 

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TC Electronic Ditto X4 Looper: was $209, now $199, save $60
If you're serious about looping, TC’s flagship model of its superb Ditto series is an essential option – especially with a $60 discount.  It's incredibly user friendly too. The Ditto X4 Looper features two footswitchable loop tracks and seven onboard loop effects. There's sync and serial loop modes with adjustable decay too. 

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Software

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PRS SuperModels: Was $129, now $39.99
Created in collaboration with Paul Reed Smith, the Waves PRS SuperModels plugin models three high-end PRS guitar amps: the PRS Archon, Dallas, and Blue Sierra/V9.

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Positive Grid BIAS FX 2: Was $299, now $149
The total rig collection comprising amps, effects, cabs and rack gear modelling. Positive Grid BIAS FX is one of the best software modellers out there for guitar players. Here's your chance to grab it at a bargain price – just choose Elite, Pro or Standard. 

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Positive Grid BIAS Amp 2 Elite: Was $299, now $149
The tonehound's playground. BIAS Amp 2 gives you total freedom over your amp's topology, and thanks to this offer, you can get 50% of the Elite (priced above) and Pro versions, plus there's $40 off the Standard version too. Click on the link to make your selection!

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BIAS FX 2 Elite All Access bundle: Was $399, now $199
As you may or may not already be aware, BIAS FX 2 recently launched on mobile devices (iOS only). So, while the deals are flowing, why confine yourself to your desktop? For an additional price at each tier, you can get BIAS FX 2 on your desktop computer and iPhone/iPad at a reduced rate. Choose from Elite (was $399, now $199), Pro (was $249, now $124) or Standard (was $119, now $69).

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Line 6 Helix Native plugin: was $399, now $279, save $120
There'a huge amount of potential here for recording guitarists; all of Line 6’s flagship Helix amp models and effects without the price tag of its floor units. There's over 60 guitar and bass amps and over 100 different effects – a whole world of tone at your disposal from a leader in modelling technology.  

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Accessories

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Line 6 Relay G10S wireless system: Was $349, now $249
The best guitar wireless system you can buy just got even better, thanks to this tasty $100 discount over at Sweetwater. Wander up to 130 feet away from your pedalboard and enjoy crystal-clear 24-bit audio from this top-notch guitar accessory.

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Ukuleles

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Mitchell MU40 soprano Ukulele: Was $44.99, now $29.99
The Mitchell MU40 soprano ukulele is at its lowest ever price, with $15 off at Guitar Center. The soprano size is the smallest of the lot, making it easy and comfortable to play. With a lindenwood body and walnut fretboard providing a warm, resonant tone, this uke will certainly hold its ground against more expensive competition.

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Ukutune UKA1 26” Tenor Ukulele: Was $139.98, now $69.99
Ukutune have hit the nail on the head with a massive 50% off their UKA1 Tenor Ukulele with the code BFSALEUKA. Made from Ash wood and finished in a rather fetching green (USA only) or blue (UK/EU only), this slightly larger uke ships for free with a padded bag and an extra set of Aquila strings.

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Ukutune UKS1 21” Soprano Ukulele: Was $49.98, now $34.99
(opens in new tab)The Ukutune UKS1 is the smallest of the lot, but the sapele body provides plenty of warmth and richness of tone. Perfect for beginners, this little uke comes with a free padded bag as well as a spare set of strings to ensure that you can always keep playing. Use the discount code BFSALEUKE for 30% off until December 1st.


Cyber Monday guitar deals: Bass

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Sterling by Music Man StingRay Bass: $799 $599, save $200
The StingRay is a bass classic and this update ticks all the boxes for us;  a buttery smooth roasted maple neck, beautiful natural finish and a three-band active preamp for versatility with a whopping $200 off at Guitar Center.

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Squier Contemporary Active Jazz Bass: $80 off @ Sweetwater
A lot of Jazz Bass here for $399 ($449 for a five-string). There's four Sweetwater-exclusive finishes to choose from on this active bass model and all have roasted maple necks and 'boards; Satin Black, Midnight Satin, Burgundy Satin and Olive Satin. They're all stunners too! 

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