Thomann Cyber Monday deals 2022: the deals are over for another year

Thomann Cyber Monday deals
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So that was the Thomann Cyber Monday sale - which was actually part of their Cyber Week event. It helped musicians save money on gear for a full 7 days. Cyber Monday was your last chance to save, but now the prices have shot back up.

In addition to up to 60% off a huge range of gear for all types of musician, there was money to be saved on software, too, during the sale. Their Download Deals offered up to 80% off plugins from Ableton, Output, Avid and more.

For guitarists in particular, there were some insanely good value deals to be had on Thomann's in-house brand Harley Benton.

These were similar offerings to last year where we saw mega discounts on everything from guitars and drums, to recording gear and keyboards. If you're a UK or Europe-based musician and were looking to save some cash, Thomann was the place to shop.

That's it for this year, but for the Thomann Cyber Monday deals 2023, this will be your destination for all the latest news to help you scout out the best offers.

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Today's top deals

Arturia V-Collection 9: now £249

Arturia V-Collection 9: now £249
Arturia certainly knows its emulations and V-Collection recreates just about every vintage keyboard and synth out there - that's 33 different instruments, to be precise. You get software versions of famous synths like Prophet-5 V, ARP 2600 V and Jup-8 V alongside other classic keyboards including Mellotron V, Wurli V and VOX Continental V. There are 9,000 sounds and 14 exclusive sound banks - it's basically every keyboard you could wish for, ready to play, on your hard drive. A virtual synth museum, if you like! Read our full Arturia V-Collection 9 review.

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Harley Benton deals

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: Studio gear deals

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Software deals

Ableton Live various versions: up to £749

Ableton Live various versions: up to £749, now £422
Thomann is offering just about every version of Ableton Live - one of the most popular DAWs for creating music - for as much as 45% off, plus big discounts on upgrade paths. You can pick up the Intro version of Live for just £55 (normal price around £99); the Standard edition for £249 (normally £449); and the full Live 11 Suite for just £425, normally £749, so a full 45% off retail. It's rare to have such big discounts on every version of Live, and the ideal way to step into the Ableton world and discover why it's such a big music production hit.

Arturia V-Collection 9: now £249

Arturia V-Collection 9: now £249
Arturia certainly knows its emulations and V-Collection recreates just about every vintage keyboard and synth out there - that's 33 different instruments, to be precise. You get software versions of famous synths like Prophet-5 V, ARP 2600 V and Jup-8 V alongside other classic keyboards including Mellotron V, Wurli V and VOX Continental V. There are 9,000 sounds and 14 exclusive sound banks - it's basically every keyboard you could wish for, ready to play, on your hard drive. A virtual synth museum, if you like! Read our full Arturia V-Collection 9 review.

Arturia FX Collection 3: now £168

Arturia FX Collection 3: now £168
FX Collection contains all of Arturia's sets of three 'effects you will actually use', so you get 26 legendary and all new processors covering distortion, compression, filtering, mix bus, delay, reverb, modulation, and preamps. There are legendary tape delays, iconic preamps, classic reverbs and all-new creative filters, flangers and chorus devices. If it's not in FX Collection it's not worth having! Read our full Arturia FX Collection 3 review.

Arturia Pigments 3: now £79

Arturia Pigments 3: now £79
Where V-Collection mostly focuses on classic keyboards and synths, the award-winning Pigments is very much a new synth for 21st century producers. It combines cutting-edge wavetable and virtual analogue engines, all behind an incredibly intuitive interface. Add fantastic modulation flexibility and quality effects and you can create some of the most wide-ranging and dynamic sounds; or just dip into hundreds of amazing presets. Great synth, great price. Read our full Arturia Pigments 3 review.

Ableton Live 11 Suite: was £509

Ableton Live 11 Suite: was £509, now just £422
Save £84 on the download version of Ableton's flagship Live 11 bundle at Thomann this Cyber Monday. 

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Drum deals

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: Does Thomann do Cyber Monday?

There was a time where Thomann didn't 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, for the last couple of years the Euro-giant has entered the fray big time, with hundreds of deals running for a full week from before Black Friday through t Cyber Monday itself - this year on 28 November - with a whole raft of reductions across a hand-picked range of products covering guitars, amps, pedals, synths, drums and more. 

Last year they called it their Cyber Week Sale, and it delivered savings of up to 60% on hardware and an even bigger 80% off selected software. You can see a few examples of last year's deals further down the page. 

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: When will they happen?

The Cyber Monday Thomann sale itself kicks off on Monday 28 October. 

Although the official event doesn't take place until this date, just like most retailers, we predict that some Thomann Cyber Monday offers may start rolling out much 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 their early deals fests, and we're excited to see if Thomann follows suit this year.

And last year's Thomann Cyber Week sale carried on well beyond Cyber Monday, meaning there were many opportunities to grab a bargain.

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: What can you buy?

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 Black Friday.

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 last year there were some particularly strong HB discounts on Cyber Monday. Stock will be limited on the very best Harley Benton deals, 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.

Thomann Cyber Monday deals: How to prepare

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.

Thomann Black Friday: Last year's deals

Here's just a flavour of the hundreds of products that were discounted last year. 


Harley Benton Dullahan: £339, £279
We lost our heads over this deal. Harley Benton's headless Dullahan models have been one of the coolest new additions to the HB roster, and with 18% off, this one was even cooler. 24 frets, a roasted flame maple neck, Roswell humbuckers and finished in a fetching Ice Blue Gloss. What more could you want?


Sire Marcus Miller P7 Alder 4 AW: £409, £319
Few bassists come close to the funky feel and technical ability of Marcus Miller - last year you could snag a piece of that action for 22% off! The alder body is finished in Antique White, while the fretboard is ebony. You get a pair of Marcus Super Precision split coil pickups, and the Heritage 3 preamp gives you control over the mid frequencies. It's a combination of classic and modern, and at this price it didn't hang around long!


Harley Benton ST-62CC RW: £125, £109
This S-type guitar packs a lot of punch for just over £100 (that's 13% off). It’s a basswood body with a maple neck and Pau Ferro fingerboard, a classic trio of Alnico 5 single coils, tremolo and we think the Lake Placid Blue finish looks the business too.


Harley Benton DC-Junior FAT: £169, £133
Surf’s up! This double-cut garage rocker is made of mahogany throughout, with an ebony fretboard and a Fat ’59 neck profile. The single pickup is a stacked P90, plus there’s a wraparound bridge and Wilkinson tuners, all with a respectable 21% discount brought it down to £133. That's Benton Blue finish is pretty sweet, too.


Squier Paranormal Toronado: £295, £249
Squier's Paranormal series gives a slightly reimagined take on some of Fender's classic offsets. Here, the Toronado delivers a dual-humbucker, alt-rock machine finished in 3-Color Sunburst. It's got 22 frets, a string-through-body hardtail bridge, a pair of Atomic humbuckers, dual volume/tone controls and a three-way switch. It's also one of the coolest-looking guitars you'll find at this price!


PRS SE P20E Parlour VM: £489, £399
This little wonder from PRS is proof that big things come in small packages. This all-mahogany parlour acoustic kicks out a tone that will easily challenge the biggest names in acoustic guitars - and the onboard electronics open up a world of plugged-in versatility. Save 18% in Thomann's Cyberweek sale.


Friedman BE-Mini Amp Head: £255, £225
Inspired by the full-fat BE-100 amplifier, this compact 30-watt solid state head brings you that massive Friedman tone for a lot less. With a 3-band EQ, and switches for 'Cut' and 'Tight' modes, this mini amp has surprisingly big skill set. Save 12% as part of Thomann's Cyberweek sale.


Vox AC30 C2: £766, £655
You could channel your inner Brian May on a budget with 14% off this stunning 2x12" AC30. A set of three 12AX7 preamp tubes and four EL84 power amp tubes kicks out a tasty 30 watts, and with 4 inputs for high, low, top boost and normal, as well as onboard tremolo and reverb, this amp is a versatile and sweet-sounding choice. 


Marshall Origin 50C: £419, £375
Ever wanted a slice of vintage Marshall tone for less? Of course you have - you could last Black Friday with 11% off the Origin 50 combo. With a 3-band EQ, Tilt control, Master volume and presence, as well as a gain boost, this 1x12" combo packs a versatile punch.


Universal Audio UAFX Starlight Echo Station: £339, £295
A Rolls Royce of delay pedals, Universal Audio do not mess around when it comes to delivering pro studio-quality sounds. For build, tone and usability this is an incredible piece of kit, and last year's rare saving here was worth taking advantage of while it was available.


M-Audio Oxygen 25 V4: £66, £55
Small doesn't have to mean lacking in features, as proved by this awesome value portable MIDI controller keyboard from M-Audio. With 8 velocity-sensitive trigger pads, 8 assignable rotary controls, an assignable fader, dual pitch/mod wheels and transport controls, it's packing a lot of functionality.


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


Ludwig Black Beauty 14"x5" snare: £722, £585
The Ludwig Black Beauty is one of the most recorded snare drums of all time. This 5-inch-deep version comes packing all the beefy, brass tone of its 6.5-inch counterpart, and is equipped with a simplified 8-lug configuration for speedy tuning. With almost 20% off, you could get some premium snare DNA at a snip of the regular price for Cyber Monday.


Hemingway DP-501 MKII AT: £411, £368
Are you on the lokout for a beginner digital piano this Black Friday? Last year Thomann had the Hemingway DP-501 MKII on offer! You could save 10% off this fully 88 note - fully weighted keys - digital piano, which includes 16 voices, effects, and three pedals.


Behringer MonoPoly: £579, £489
This four-voice analog synth is a must-have for synth heads. With its 37 velocity-sensitive keys, four oscillators, and a wealth of other features including an arpeggiator, this is a fantastic option for anyone looking for a versatile new synth and with 16% at Thomann last year, you couldn't go wrong.

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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