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Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals 2022

Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals 2022
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Guitar Center's Cyber Monday deals are still live! In fact, its epic Cyber Monday sale (opens in new tab) will be hanging around for a while longer, extending for a full week (aka Cyber Week), and ending on 8 December  There are loads of amazing deals still to be had, so if you're a guitar player, a singer, a DJ or a producer, this is one of your best opportunities throughout the whole year to bag a bargain. Take advantage while the sale (and stocks) last.

Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals 2021

Head to the sale now to find massive Cyber savings on gear from Epiphone, Fender, Casio, Roland, Aelsis and loads more. We've added quick links below so you can head straight to the right section of the sale, whether you're a guitar player, pianist or producer.

And we've also picked out some of our favourites from the sale below. This is the gear we rate, is too good an offer to miss or that we'd buy ourselves. Happy shopping!

Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals: Quick links

Guitar Center Cyber Monday: Top deals

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Behringer TD-3-SR: $149 $89 (opens in new tab)
There's an argument to say that, if you're going to get a 303-style synth, the original silver colour is the way to go, and when you consider that Guitar Center is selling it at a $60 discount, that colour looks even more appealing.

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Fender Player Strat HSS Plus Top: $859, now $699 (opens in new tab)
This HSS-configured Plus Top Player Strat in Sienna Sunburst may just be the one for you if those previous options are a bit too plain for you. A regular Player Strat at heart, this guitar is capable of just that little bit more than most Strats thanks to the Player Series humbucker in the bridge. With $160 off right now, you can save big at Guitar Center.

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ESP LTD EC-401QM Satin See-Thru Black: $899, $749 (opens in new tab)
An electric with the hardware to match its looks, this is a metal and hard rock machine from the expert hand of ESP LTD. A build and playing experience that should rival guitars costing double this. 

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Gretsch Guitars G2420T: $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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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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Alesis Nitro Mesh SE: Was $379.99, now $324.99 (opens in new tab)
This special edition Alesis Nitro Mesh proves that it's possible for great e-kits to be affordable. You get tuneable mesh heads here instead of cheap-feeling rubber, which feel closer to playing an acoustic drum set, while keeping the noise down to a minimum. This already affordable e-kit has $55 off right now at Guitar Center.

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Shure SM7B: was $399, now $359, save $40 (opens in new tab)
If you buy just one microphone in your lifetime the Shure SM7B (opens in new tab) deserves a place on your shortlist. It's a mic that excels at broadcast applications because it flatters any voice, even in the worst untreated rooms. It's also a superb vocal mic (opens in new tab) for singers, whether on stage or in the studio. Need to record instruments? It's great for guitar cabs and drum kits too. The word legendary is overused but it's well-deserved here. Get it while it's cheap!

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M-Audio Keystation 49es MK3: Was $119, now $89 (opens in new tab)
An affordable MIDI keyboard is a must-have accessory for every home producer, and the M-Audio Keystation is an incredibly popular option. This slimline controller features 49 full-size velocity-sensitive keys and even comes with a volume fader, transport, and directional buttons for easy control of your recording software. 

Guitar Center Cyber Monday: Drum deals

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Simmons SD1200 with mesh pads: $999.99, $799.99 (opens in new tab)
Here's Simmons' top tier drum kit at a bargain basement price. What you probably don't know is that Guitar Center has also offered another 15% off this epic e-kit - with the code blackfriday15. Save even more money!

Guitar Center Cyber Monday: Guitar deals

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Supro Delta King 8 was $449, now $329 (opens in new tab)
A small valve combo amp that packs huge quality, Supro's reputation for tone and build quality rings very true here. And with a $120 this might be the best valve amp bargain we see this cyber weekend. 

Guitar Center Cyber Monday: Keyboard and synth deals

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Behringer TD-3-SR: $149 $89 (opens in new tab)
There's an argument to say that, if you're going to get a 303-style synth, the original silver colour is the way to go, and when you consider that Guitar Center is selling it at a $60 discount, that colour looks even more appealing.

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Casio Casiotone CT-S410: Was 229.99, now $199.99 (opens in new tab)
Casio is no stranger to the world of beginner keyboards and the Casiotone CT-S410 proves why they are so beloved in this category. Featuring 61 full-size keys with touch response, pitch bend wheel, and easy-to-use controls, as well as 600 AiX-powered sounds and 200 full accompaniment rhythms, this is a fantastic keyboard for the budding pianist. 

Guitar Center Cyber Monday: Microphone deals

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Slate Digital VMS ML-1: $799, now $499, save $300 (opens in new tab)
One mic to rule them all! Slate Digital’s VMS ML-1 unleashes eight vintage-inspired microphones into your locker with Slate’s brilliant microphone modelling VMS platform. Switch between models after you’ve recorded to audition a dream mic locker comprising mics that cost tens-of-thousands each. Save $300 dollars today and make this the centrepiece of your vocal recordings.

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Shure MV7 + Manfrotto tripod bundle: $269, $239 (opens in new tab)
This is the bundle for wannabe podcasters. You get a Shure MV7 (opens in new tab), which is simply one of the greatest podcasting mics available today. It looks and sounds just like a mini version of the legendary SM7B but has some nifty new features including the ability to be hooked up via XLR or USB, plus a headphone socket for direct monitoring. Also included in the bundle is a sturdy, yet lightweight PIXI mini tripod from premium brand Manfrotto. Just add vocals.

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Shure MV88+ Desktop Kit: was $249, now $219 (opens in new tab)
If you're a content creator just using your phone to capture video you've probably nailed the cinematography bit but struggle with the audio. The Shure MV88+ fixes that by capturing clear, crisp, directional sound with no complicated setup or fuss. Just quality content. This bundle contains all the kit and cables (iOS & USB-C) you need to connect most iOS and Android phones, a phone clamp and a Manfrotto PIXI mini tripod. #qualitycontent

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Sterling Audio ST170 Active Ribbon Mic: $229, $149.99 (opens in new tab)
Ribbons are fast becoming everyone's favourite mics again because they sound, well, astonishing. You see they have the uncanny ability to be highly detailed without being oversensitive. This means you can use the ST170 on almost anything – vocals, electric guitars, acoustic guitars, drums, overheads – and they'll all sound magnificent. Incidentally, Guitar Center has already discounted the ST170 down from $249.99, so this is a cracking deal.

Guitar Center Cyber Monday: DJ gear deals

Guitar Center Cyber Monday: Software deals

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Steven Slate Drums SSD5: Was $119.99, now $99 (opens in new tab)
Build your tracks on solid foundations with SSD5. You’ll have access to hundreds of precisely sampled sounds from some of the biggest names in drum gear, as well as 1,000 preset grooves. Who wouldn’t want better sounding drums for only $99?

When is the Guitar Center Cyber Monday sale?

Cyber Monday itself is on Monday 29 November - 3 days after the Guitar Center Black Friday deals drop - and the Saturday and Sunday prior is known as Cyber Weekend.

Although the event doesn't officially take place until those dates, just like most retailers, the Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals will certainly start rolling out sooner. Last year, GC was slashing Cyber Weekend prices from as early as late-October, and didn't stop until well into December.

What can you buy in the Guitar Center Cyber Monday sale?

Despite its name, Guitar Center actually stocks pretty much everything any musician could want, so it's a great place to go if you want to give your studio an overhaul, upgrade your guitar rig, start drumming or any other musical activity that tickles your fancy. You might head to the website planning to buy an electric guitar, but the company also sells all the music making products you could ever wish for: MIDI keyboards, studio monitors, microphones, digital pianos and much more.

The Guitar Center Cyber Monday sale is also the time to stock up on those music making essentials and accessories: acoustic guitar strings, guitar tuners, guitar picks and guitar straps are just the start. If you can make music with it, it's more than likely that Guitar Center will have it and it will enjoy some sort of discount on Cyber Monday.

Guitar Center Cyber Monday coupons

Not only does the Guitar Center Cyber Monday sale deliver excellent discounts on individual products, last year they went even bigger by offering a blanket 15% discount off a wide range of gear, meaning everything from pianos and guitars to DJ turntables and headphones were available with decent money off. All you had to do was enter the unique code at checkout. This is particularly ace if you have a number of items on your wishlist.

How to prepare for Guitar Center Cyber Monday?

The golden rule when hunting for Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals is to know what you're looking for. Whether you're a guitarist, bassist, drummer, producer or DJ, think about what you need to improve your music-making life and then start researching it. This will save you a lot of time when the Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals start rolling in, as you'll quickly be able to decide what's relevant to you and what isn't. There will be so many deals coming your way, that being able to cut through the noise is super important.

Also make sure you're aware of current prices – that way you'll know how good a deal something really is when you see it reduced on Cyber Monday. Some supposed 'savings' aren't everything that they seem.

The good news is that you can easily find out what the best music-making products are by checking out MusicRadar's huge portfolio of buying guides and reviews.

Don't forget that Guitar Center isn't the only major retailer offering Cyber Monday, either. Check out our retailer and individual product pages below for even more options. Can't find what you're looking for at one shop? Maybe it's on sale exclusively at another...

Guitar Center Black Friday: Last year's top deals

These are a small selection of our favourite Black Friday Guitar Center deals from last year:

Last year's effects deals

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11 TC Electronic pedals for just $39 @Guitar Center
(opens in new tab)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 Black Friday/Cyber Monday guitar effects deal.

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Zoom G11 multi-FX: Was $799, now  $599
Zoom’s 2020 multi-effects processor is reduced by $200 at Guitar Center. $599 for this amount of functionality, presets and capability is not to be sniffed at.

Last year's guitar deals

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Fender Player Strat in Surf Pearl: Was $699.99, now $599.99
We’ve always been a sucker for a faded green shade on guitars, and the Limited Edition Fender Player Stratocaster in Surf Green really caught our attention, especially when it’s down from $699 to just $599 at Guitar Center.

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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.

Last year's drum deals

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Alesis Nitro Mesh Special Edition: $379.99, now $319.99
The Alesis Nitro Mesh puts a lot of features and quality into the hands of those with an entry-level budget. No horrible plastic pads here: instead you get tunable mesh heads that will feel close to playing an acoustic drum, while keeping the noise down. The range of sounds, feel and build quality all add up to a cracking deal on an already-affordable e-kit. Save $60 at Guitar Center today.

Last year's keyboard deals

Last year's tech deals

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