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Thomann Cyber Monday deals 2022

Thomann Cyber Monday deals 2022
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Best Thomann Cyber Monday deals 2021

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So, that was the Thomann Cyber Week sale! The epic Thomann Cyber Monday Cyber sale has now ended, but there are still a small handful of deals hanging around. So, if you're looking to grab a music bargain, we'd suggest jumping to it before everything goes back up to full price.

This page is your destination for all the latest news to help you scout out the best Thomann Cyber Monday deals. We've been trawling the site for the last few days and have shared our best intel below.

If you're a UK or Europe-based musician, Thomann is the place to shop. But a quick word of warning: some of our favourite deals have been stock limited and have ended. So, if you see something you like, we'd suggest you don't sleep on it.

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Top deals

Korg Minilogue XD: only £459 at Thomann

Korg Minilogue XD: only £459 at Thomann
The Korg Minilogue XD is a 37-key analogue powerhouse capable of producing everything from razor-sharp leads to dreamy pads to chunky basslines. This gnarly analogue tone can be run through the XD's two-pole filter, digital FX section and sophisticated step sequencer. Available for £459 at Thomann, this is the best analogue synth deal we've seen this Cyber Monday. 

Harley Benton SC-DLX Gotoh: £299

Harley Benton SC-DLX Gotoh: £299, now £249
This beefy single-cut guitar looks great in Pelham Blue, but it’s got a spec sheet to match with a nyatoh body, rosewood fingerboard, Graph Tech TUSQ nut, and Gotoh hardware. The Tesla VR-2 alnico 5 pickups are also fitted with a coil split for extra versatility. It’s a stone cold bargain at just £249 (16% off), delivered to your door.

Ableton Live 11 Suite: was £509

Ableton Live 11 Suite: was £509, now £379
Save £130 on the download version of Ableton's flagship Live 11 bundle at Thomann this Cyber Monday. 

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Guitar deals

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Bass deals

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Amp deals

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Guitar pedal deals

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Keys deals

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Software deals

Eventide Ultra Essentials bundle: was £257

Eventide Ultra Essentials bundle: was £257, now £83
PIck up this sweet bundle of Eventide's famed UltraTap delay, UltraReverb and UltraChannel plugins for a mere £83. That's a tidy 68% off the original price of £257.

Ableton Live 11 Standard: was £295

Ableton Live 11 Standard: was £295, now £219
You might not get the unlimited this-that-and-everything of Live Suite, the Standard edition still delivers on all fronts with regards to bundled content.

Ableton Live 11 Intro: was £67

Ableton Live 11 Intro: was £67, now £50
Over 5GB of library content and up to 21 audio effects are just some of the specs that can be yours for just £50 with this download version of Ableton Live 11 Intro.

Antares Auto-Tune Access: Now just £24.50

Antares Auto-Tune Access: Now just £24.50
Antares Auto-Tune Access delivers Auto-Tune's legendary pitch-correction algorithms in a simple, easy-to-use plugin. It's fast enough to use in real-time, making it perfect for live processing and includes controls for correction speed, plus pitch humanization. Take t'pain out of re-pitching your vocals for just £24.50 this Cyber Monday! 

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Drum deals

Does Thomann do Cyber Monday?

In the past we've not seen Thomann run any official Cyber Monday offers, however there is always a bargain to be had on the site, so technically every day is Cyber Monday!

That said, last year the Euro-giant entered the fray with over 300 deals that ran for a full week from Black Friday and into the following week, with a whole raft of reductions across a hand-picked range of over 300 products covering guitars, amps, pedals, synths, drums and more. Savings of up to 60% were up for grabs. You can see a few examples of last year's deals further down the page. 

When is the Thomann Cyber Monday sale?

The Cyber Monday Thomann sale itself kicks off officially on Monday 29 November. Although the official event doesn't take place until this date, just like most retailers, we predict that some Thomann Cyber Monday may start rolling out sooner. Last year, some retailers started slashing prices from as early as late-October, and didn't stop until well into December. We're already seeing other retailers kick off their Cyber Monday deals fests, and we're excited to see if Thomann follows suit this year.

What can you buy in the Thomann Cyber Monday sale?

Thomann stocks pretty much everything any musician could ever want, so it's a great place to go if you want to give your studio an overhaul, upgrade your guitar rig, expand your drum kit or start learning a new instrument. 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, beginner digital pianos and much more.

The Thomann Cyber Monday sale could also be the time to stock up on those music making accessories that we would deem essential: we're talking things like acoustic guitar strings, guitar tuners and guitar straps. If you can make music with it, it's more than likely that Thomann will stock it, and it may just enjoy some sort of discount on Cyber Monday.

Of course, Thomann has become well known globally for its fantastic budget brands too, including the formidable Harley Benton. This line of guitar gear is cheap enough as it is, but maybe, just maybe, we might see some hearty HB discounts this Cyber Monday. But if they do, we think stock will be limited, so you'll need to act fast to get your hands on one. We'll keep you posted and share the latest news here as we get it.

How to prepare for Thomann Cyber Monday?

The best advice when hunting for Thomann Cyber Monday deals is to know what you're looking for in advance. Whether you're a guitarist, bassist, drummer, producer, pianist 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 Thomann Cyber Monday deals start dropping, 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 on the day that being able to cut through the noise is super important.

Also make sure you're clued up on current prices – that way you'll know how good a deal 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 Thomann isn't the only major retailer offering Cyber Monday savings, either. Check out our retailer and Cyber Monday product pages below for even more options and to zone in on the deals you're looking for.

£58

Harley Benton AirBorne 2.4Ghz system £58 £49
A great way to go wireless with your guitar or bass at an accessible price, the AirBorne 2.4Ghz wireless system includes a transmitter, receiver and charging cable. An impressive range of 30 metres and under 5ms latency should easily cover most needs too. 

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Quick links

The Thomann Cyber Week sale offers up to a massive 60% off a range of music gear, from guitars and drums, to recording gear and live sound rigs. And if software is more your thing, there's a totally separate Download Deals sale for you, with up to 80% off plugins from Arturia, Antaras, Krotos and more

If you're a guitarist and have been interested in checking out Thomann's own brand Harley Benton guitars, then there a plenty of ace options on sale, making this great value brand even cheaper. We've rounded up some of our top picks here

And if you just want to have browse, you can use our quick links below to take you straight to the right section for you. 

I'm MusicRadar's eCommerce Editor. It's my job to manage buyer's guides on the site 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 16 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.