Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals 2023: Guitar Center's epic sale is live - score up to 40% off

Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals 2023: Everything you need to know
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Best Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals: Quick menu

Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals 2023: Everything you need to know

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1. Quick links
2. Editor's picks
3. FAQ
4. Shopping tips
5. How we choose
6. Why trust us

The Guitar Center sale is now live and you can score an impressive up to 40% off music gear! This door-buster sale actually runs across the Cyber Weekend and beyond, ending on Wednesday the 29th of November - oh and if that wasn't enough, you can also save 20% off all PRS SE guitars from now until 31 December. 

We’ve been covering the sales bonanza that is Cyber Monday for a number of years now, meaning we can spot an epic deal a mile off. So, leave it to us to point you in the right direction. 

Whether you're in the market for a shiny new electric guitar, a thunderous new bass, the ultimate drum kit, or a host of recording equipment, we'll find you the best possible price we can. 

We’ll be working round the clock over the coming weeks to reveal the greatest Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals, sharing the very best offers and bargains right here on this page. So make sure you check back regularly to see what we uncover. We've also got an FAQ section here with loads of information on the upcoming Cyber Monday sale so you can get the most out of your purchases this year.

Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals: Quick links

Hit the links below to head to the Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals for the instrument you want to shop:

Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals: Editor's picks

Fender Paramount PO-220E Orchestra:
$829.99, $663.99

Fender Paramount PO-220E Orchestra:
$829.99, $663.99
The US Fender site might not be running Paramount deals but Guitar Center has stepped in with a whopping $166 off the Orchestra Paramount in a lovely Cognac Burst. This is a lot of acoustic guitar for the money: solid mahogany top, back and sides with a comfortable slim taper neck that's enhanced by a satin back finish. The Fender/Fishman Sonitone Plus system is the best we've found on an acoustic at this price point with its piezo and body transducer blend options. Great spec, it looks premium and it comes with a hardshell case – you'll even get an extra 10% off if you create a Guitar Center account. What's not to love here?

Get a Taylor, Gift a Taylor: Travel guitars from $99

Get a Taylor, Gift a Taylor: Travel guitars from $99
Buy any Taylor 200 series or higher model from Guitar Center and add an acoustic Baby Taylor BT1 for $99 or an acoustic GS Mini Sapele for $199. The saving on the RRP is a generous $300 and the promotion runs until 15 January 2024. So, buy your dream Taylor and get a second guitar to take on vacation or give away to a loved one this holiday season.

Fender Player Strat HSS: $829.99, now $649.99

Fender Player Strat HSS: $829.99, now $649.99
Guitar Center is discounting select Fender Player Strats by up to $210, which makes these awesome guitars an incredibly good deal. Authentic Strat appointments, shared by all models, include a hand-shaped alder body, a five-way selector switch, alnico pickups, and a fast, comfortable maple neck. There’s the choice of a classic all-out single coil SSS configuration or you can opt for versions loaded with a humbucker in the bridge.

MESA/Boogie Mini Rectifier 25: $1,699, now $1,359

MESA/Boogie Mini Rectifier 25: $1,699, now $1,359
If a full-size Dual Rectifier is likely to cause you problems with your neighbours, this mini-MESA/Boogie is your answer. All the tone of the 90s classic is scaled down into a 25-watt tone machine that will work great for at home, in the studio and on stage. Especially at this price, with $330 off at Guitar Center.

Boss GT-1000 multi-FX: Was $1,099, now $899

Boss GT-1000 multi-FX: Was $1,099, now $899
With hundreds of Boss amp, effect and speaker models, plus loads of tactile controls, foot switches and an expression pedal, the GT-1000 puts the Boss tones you know and love at your feet. It’s got a looper, plenty of connectivity, and for a limited time only, $200 off at Guitar Center!

Wampler Tumnus overdrive: $149.97 $127.47

Wampler Tumnus overdrive: $149.97 $127.47

The mightiest mini pedal of all time? Yes! Nothing can rival the original Tumnus for versatility as an always-on, lead drive / boost and gain stacker with your other pedals. It's not just cheaper than over $6,500 cheaper than a gold Klon Cenatur, but a lot smaller too. Now the price has shrunk down at Guitar Center as well! 

Wampler Tumnus Deluxe overdrive: $199.97

Wampler Tumnus Deluxe overdrive: $199.97 $169.97

The best klon around with even more options and $30 off at Guitar Center. This is a very easy deal to recommend! Brian Wampler's latest take on his winning overdrive pedal formula now has a three-band EQ for enhanced shaping, Hot and Normal modes to choose between original Tumnus and a higher gain and the choice of buffered and true bypass. A great pedal at an even better price for Cyber Monday. 

Xvive U4 wireless system: Was $229, now $183

Xvive U4 wireless system: Was $229, now $183
If you want to go wireless, XVIVE’s U4 system gives you everything you need for long-lasting, rock solid transmission. In this 20% off deal you’ll receive one transmitter and one receiver. Just hook up your in-ear monitors and you’ll be enjoying pristine, cable-free sound in no time.

Guild OM-240CE: was $529 now $249

Guild OM-240CE: was $529 now $249
Given Guild is one of the most storied acoustic guitar builders on the planet, you wouldn’t typically see its acoustics in a beginner roundup. But with an astonishing $280 off – that’s 53%, percentage fans – you can get a record-and-gig-ready acoustic as your very first. Available with a solid Sitka spruce top (a feature normally only found on more expensive models), plus mahogany sides and built-in Guild electronics, this Charcoal Burst-finished model is an undeniable bargain at this price, and one of the most impressive offers we’ve seen this year.

D'Angelico Premier Bedford SH: $899.99 $509.99

D'Angelico Premier Bedford SH: $899.99 $509.99
Guitar Center is offering a huge $390 discount on this stunning semi-hollow offset from D'Angelico. It's got retro charms a-plenty, but a seriously flexible HSS setup that – thanks to the Duncan Design mini humbucker – gives you access to a huge range of tones, but doesn't look like it's been culled from a Super Strat...

Epiphone SG Special-I: Was: $199, now: $149

Epiphone SG Special-I: Was: $199, now: $149
For those wanting to harness their inner Angus, you will not find a deal more perfect than this Epiphone Special-I SG, which is 25% off at Guitar Center. Young AC/DC fanatics will be able to cut their teeth on the real deal, with the guitar offering a no-nonsense wraparound bridge and a dual humbucker setup for classic rock tones.

Line 6 Catalyst 200: $499.99, now $379.99

Line 6 Catalyst 200: $499.99, now $379.99
The powerful Line 6 Catalyst 200 is a fantastic modeling amplifier and now you can get it for much less over at Guitar Center. It's got a hefty $100 discount, making it phenomenal value for such a powerful and versatile amplifier.

Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals: FAQ

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When is Cyber Monday?

The Cyber Monday Guitar Center sale itself kicks off on Monday, 27th of November, three days after Black Friday.

Although the event doesn't officially take place until this date, just like most retailers, the Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals will certainly start rolling out sooner. Last year, GC was slashing 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, beginner 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 Monay deals: Shopping tips

How to prepare for the Guitar Center Cyber Monday sale

MusicRadar's got your back Our team of expert musicians and producers spends hours testing products to help you choose the best music-making gear for you. Find out more about how we test.

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 savings, 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 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.

Guitar Center Cyber Monday deals: How we choose deals

Here at MusicRadar, we are experts in our field, with many years of playing and product testing between us. We live and breathe everything music-making, and we draw on this knowledge and experience of using products in live, recording and rehearsal scenarios when selecting the products we recommend.

First and foremost, we are players and creators, and we want to match like-minded folk with the right products for them, at the best prices.

For us to recommend a deal on guitars or anything else it has to be a product we rate that’s a genuinely great price or part of a truly fantastic bundle. It’s also important that we only recommend retailers where you will have a positive shopping experience.

Why you can trust our choices

We spend a lot of our time scouring music retailers for fantastic deals on our favourite guitars, amps, pedals and accessories. Not only is it our job to research and recommend the best gear in our buyer’s guides and reviews, but we’re also dedicated to helping musicians get the best deals on the stuff they need, too. After all, the only thing better than new gear day is a hearty discount.

We cover a lot of the big sales events throughout the year, including Memorial Day4th of July sales and Amazon Prime Day, and we have a good view on which products are likely to receive the biggest discounts and when, the prices they’ve been in the past and which deals are genuinely worth a look.

Chris Barnes

I'm MusicRadar's eCommerce Editor. It's my job to manage the buyer's guides on MusicRadar and help musicians find the right gear and the best prices. I'm a guitarist and a drummer and I've worked in the music gear industry for 18 years, including 7 years as Editor of the UK's best-selling drum magazine Rhythm, and 5 years as a freelance writer working with many of the world's biggest musical instrument brands including the likes of Roland, Boss, MusicRadar and Natal.

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