Save big on Spark amps and get free shipping on everything through April in Positive Grid’s massive guitar month sale

A Positive Grid guitar amp with a smart phone on a red and white background
(Image credit: Positive Grid)

Not content with a single day’s worth of celebration, the humble guitar has the whole month of April dedicated to acknowledging the world’s most popular stringed instrument. Keen to join in with the festivities, Positive Grid is celebrating International Guitar Month in style, with weekly discounts on gear as well as free shipping on everything across the whole month.

Each week during April, PG will be offering a different selection of savings on their ever-popular smart amps, and this week it’s the turn of the Positive Grid Spark 40, which has got a tasty 10% discount and includes some excellent extras. Free shipping isn’t just on sale items either, you can get it on absolutely everything including the newly launched Spark Live and Spark Cab. You can also bag yourself 5% off the Positive Grid Spark Go, a tiny yet powerful guitar amp that’s great for playing on the move. 

Positive Grid Spark 40: Was $299, now $269
The immeasurably popular Spark 40 has a tempting 10% discount as part of Positive Grid’s International Guitar Month celebration, letting you get your hands on an excellent desktop guitar amp for less. It doesn’t stop there though, you’ll also get a Spark Traveler bag totally free, which usually retails at $60, and as an added extra, free shipping when you use the code GUITAR

Positive Grid Spark 40: Was $299, now $269
The immeasurably popular Spark 40 has a tempting 10% discount as part of Positive Grid’s International Guitar Month celebration, letting you get your hands on an excellent desktop guitar amp for less. It doesn’t stop there though, you’ll also get a Spark Traveler bag totally free, which usually retails at $60, and as an added extra, free shipping when you use the code GUITAR during checkout.

The Positive Grid Spark 40 completely blew the world of guitar away when it launched, offering an easy way to get great guitar tones at home. By utilizing modeling technology and combining it with a dedicated smartphone app, Positive Grid has quickly become a household name in the world of guitar, making it easier than ever for guitarists to practice their instruments.

We love the ease of use the Positive Grid Spark 40 delivers thanks to its largely cable-free operation. Just charge it up, plug your guitar in, and away you go. You can carry your amp to a quiet place in the house or just place it on your desktop or shelf in your practice space. We use ours in conjunction with a wireless guitar system, which means we can take it wherever we want, completely cable-free.

It’s not just ease of use that’s great either, the actual tones themselves sound massive. The Spark 40 is deceptively loud, and its emulation of tube amps is done incredibly well. There’s a huge range of tonal options from clean to high gain amps, as well as more effects than you’ll know what to do with. Whether you’re a beginner guitarist or a veteran looking for a good practice amp, the Spark 40 is the perfect choice for us. 

Matt McCracken
Junior Deals Writer

Matt is a Junior Deals Writer here at Guitar World. He regularly tests and reviews music gear with a focus on audio interfaces, studio headphones, studio monitors and pretty much anything else home recording-related. Responsible for over 60 buying guides, a large part of his role is helping musicians find the best deals on gear. Matt worked in music retail for 5 years at Dawsons Music and Northwest Guitars and has written for various music sites including Guitar World, Guitar Player, Guitar.com, Ultimate Guitar, and Thomann’s t.blog. A regularly gigging guitarist with over 20 years of experience playing live and producing bands, he's performed everything from jazz to djent, gigging all over the country in more dingy venues than you can shake a drop-tuned guitar at. When he's not holed up in his home studio recording new songs or downloading new plugins, you’ll find him making a racket with Northern noise hounds JACKALS