There's a raft of early Independence Day celebrations rolling in all over the US, and with them, some big, big sales. Historically, the 4th of July has always been a great opportunity to get discounts on homewares, tech and maybe the odd piece of furniture, but now you can save big on a huge range of guitar gear too. Until July 6, Guitar Center is offering up to 35% off over 800 products as part of its July 4th sales (opens in new tab).
It's rare for us to see sales this big outside of the main sales seasons such as Black Friday or Amazon Prime Day, but this sale is offering some serious discounts that you won't want to miss out on. If you want to buy yourself a new electric guitar, acoustic guitar, electronic drum set, snare drum or PA speaker and don't want to wait until Black Friday to do so, now's your chance.
Although this sale is full of total bangers, we've got a few faves of our own we'd love to share. There's $250 off the humbucker-equipped Limited Edition Fender HSS Stratocaster (opens in new tab) which is now only $799 and has a luscious ebony fingerboard, an epic $200 off the Alesis Crimson II SE 9-piece electronic drum set with mesh heads (opens in new tab), which is now only $899, $100 off the Casio CDP-S100 (opens in new tab) compact digital piano which is now only $349, and a wholesome $66 off the Ludwig Black Magic Black Nickel Brass snare drum (opens in new tab) - which is a 14"x6.5" beast, and will now only set you back $249.
Guitar Center 4th of July sale: Save up to 35% (opens in new tab)
Guitar Center's 4th of July sale is here early, and we couldn't be happier about it. No matter what new piece of gear you're after, there's a big saving to be made - so if you want a new guitar, drum set, keyboard, PA system or guitar amp at a discount price, now's your chance. You've got until July 6th – so don't hang around.
There's also a sweet $100 off the Fender Ltd Ed Hot Rod Deluxe IV in Lacquered Tweed (opens in new tab), which is now only $999.
For the bassists among us, there's $130 off the gorgeous double humbucker-equipped Sterling by Music Man StingRay Ray4HH bass in Chopper Blue (opens in new tab), which now only costs $299, or if you'd rather shrink things down a bit, there's $150 off the Sterling StingRay short scale bass in Vintage Sunburst (opens in new tab), which is now only $449.
Like we said, this deal is only live until July 6th - so don't miss out.