These 23 Massive Black Friday And Cyber Monday Deals Are Still Available - But For A Limited Time Only

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Another year, another Black Friday and Cyber Monday gone. Usually your best chance of the year to make serious savings on gear, this year we saw some absolutely amazing discounts on Fender, Gretsch, Gibson, PRS, Boss, and loads more. If you missed out on the action not all is lost however, as there are plenty of bargain buys still to be had.

Here we're rounding up all the best deals that are still available from the biggest retailers. With everything from the sought-after Fender Player Strat, great discounts on Gibson Les Pauls, and a tonne of amps and effects to choose from, all the tastiest deals are right here for you.

Many of these Cyber Week sales are only live for a few more days and stock is selling out rapidly on all the best deals, so get ready to act now if you want to grab yourself a bargain.

Don't see anything you like? There are even more offers still live on our Cyber Monday guitar deals page.  

Electric guitars

Epiphone ES-335 Traditional: $599 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone ES-335 Traditional: $599, $499 (opens in new tab)
When it comes to price vs spec this guitar punches far above its weight. The Epiphone ES-335 gives you a much-hallowed semi-hollow guitar sound, now with a healthy $100 knocked off the regular price. Alnico V delivers extra oomph whilst the 5-ply Maple semi-hollow construction gives you an incredible playing experience.

Fender Player Telecaster, Surf Pearl: $849 (opens in new tab)

Fender Player Telecaster, Surf Pearl: $849, now $749 (opens in new tab)
Guitar Center is no stranger to limited-edition finishes, but this Surf Pearl might just be one of its best. Conveniently, its strapped to a guitar that's equally impressive, with the Player Telecaster providing genuine Fender feel through an alder body, C-shape maple neck, 9.5"-radius fingerboard, and Player Series single-coils. It's one of the best-sounding – and nicest-looking – Teles on the market right now, and it's currently $100 off.

Epiphone 1959 Les Paul Standard: $899 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone 1959 Les Paul Standard: $899, now $779 (opens in new tab)
A 'Burst on a budget? Count us in! This beautiful Epiphone brings the style of one of the most revered electric guitars ever built to a price point that isn't equivalent to buying a small home. Made in partnership with the Gibson Custom Shop, it's no cheap knockoff, and now – thanks to Musicians Friend – its price has been brought down by more than a $100 this Cyber Monday, to just $779. 

Fender Player Strat: was $874.99 (opens in new tab)

Fender Player Strat: was $874.99, now $729.99 (opens in new tab)
We've talked endlessly about the Player Series before, and that’s because as far as mid-level guitars go, you'll be hard-pushed to get more for your money. With a generous discount of $145, this Limited-Edition Shell Pink Strat features a Modern ‘C’ profile, a 22-fret neck, and a 2-point tremolo with bent steel saddles.

Gretsch G5427T with Bigsby: was $899.99 (opens in new tab)

Gretsch G5427T with Bigsby: was $899.99, $729.99 (opens in new tab)
If you’re after that big-body sound then this awesome deal is sure to get your heart racing. Now with an amazing $170 off, the Gretsch G5427T features powerful FIlter’Tron pickups, a laminated flame maple top, plus a Bigsby B60 for adding warble and shimmer to your guitar work. 

Acoustic guitars

Fender Acoustasonic Telecaster: $1,999.99 (opens in new tab)

Fender Acoustasonic Telecaster: $1,999.99, $1,699.99 (opens in new tab)
Firmly channelling the spirit of innovation, Fender’s divisive ‘is it or isn’t it’ Acoustasonic Tele now has a huge reduction of $250 at Guitar Center. Featuring an Ebony fretboard, an acoustic engine with ten different voices, and a unique three-pickup system configuration, it may have it’s haters - but we love this groundbreaking guitar.

Epiphone Hummingbird: $479 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone Hummingbird: $479, $399.99 (opens in new tab)
With the full-fat version of this guitar being out of reach for the majority of guitarists, the Epiphone Hummingbird offers that iconic look and sound for less. Now with an additional $79.01 off, the characterful 'woody' tones and superb playability of this wonderful acoustic are available for even less.

Breedlove Pursuit Exotic: $749 (opens in new tab)

Breedlove Pursuit Exotic: $749, now $599 (opens in new tab)
This acoustic features an unusual composition with a Myrtlewood top and body combination and it's got $150 off over at Musician's Friend. As well as its distinctive look, we really loved the playability of the neck profile, with a narrower fretboard width making chords and riffing a breeze - great for those used to electric guitar necks.

Amps

Fender Blues Junior IV: $749 (opens in new tab)

Fender Blues Junior IV: $749 $659 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
As one of the world’s most popular gigging guitar amps, the Fender Blues Junior is rarely discounted, so to find $90 off at Amazon is an exceptional deal indeed. This portable tube combo is easy to use, makes for a perfect pedal platform and sounds killer at live volume levels.

Positive Grid Spark: 35% off with SPARKBF30 (opens in new tab)

Positive Grid Spark: 35% off with SPARKBF30 (opens in new tab)
With thousands of tones on tap, wireless Bluetooth and fast USB connectivity, plus intelligent functions such as Smart Jam and Auto Chords, it’s no wonder the Spark is the best-selling practice amp on the planet. This offer will save you a whopping $70, plus you got a free padded gig bag (usually $60).

Supro Delta King 10: $599x (opens in new tab)

Supro Delta King 10: $599x, $399 (opens in new tab)
A regular feature in best-of lists, we couldn’t quite believe it when we saw a $200 reduction on this brilliant boutique tube combo over at Musician's friend. Despite it's small size this amp is more than capable of handling small shows, and is a great pick for home recording duties too.

Vox Custom AC15C1: was $799.99 (opens in new tab)

Vox Custom AC15C1: was $799.99, now $699.99 (opens in new tab)
British boutique tube tone for less? Yes please! With the signature clean chime and the saturated warmth of the Top Boost overdrive channel, this 1x12 combo works great as part of a standalone rig, or as a pedal platform. Best of all there's currently $100 off in the Musician's Friend Black Friday deals.

Egnater Tweaker-15 Stack: $949.98 (opens in new tab)

Egnater Tweaker-15 Stack: $949.98, now $499.99 (opens in new tab)
Your eyes aren’t deceiving you, this really is a boutique tube head and cab for less than $500! With the Egnater Tweaker head pumping out 15 watts via two 6V6 tubes and a matching 1x12 cabinet with a 12” Egnater speaker, this super versatile amplifier setup has a whopping $449.99 off.

Effects

EarthQuaker Devices Plumes: $99 (opens in new tab)

EarthQuaker Devices Plumes: $99, now $84.15 (opens in new tab)
One of the best TubeScreamer clones money can buy, Plumes has an amazing amount of sonic versatility, with a trio of modes that can give you Marshall crunch, a clean boost or, of course, screamin' drive. All of this, of course, comes with EarthQuaker's unique sonic footprint. Already a great value at $99, Plumes can now be had at Guitar Center for $84 – a whole lot of pedal at that price point.

Origin Cali76 Compact Deluxe Compressor: £299 (opens in new tab)

Origin Cali76 Compact Deluxe Compressor: £299 £249 (opens in new tab)
The Cali76 line of compressor pedals represent some of the very best in the market and this limited edition Compact Deluxe represents a pedalboard friendlier option. This is the kind of compressor that makes everything sound better – an always-on option. This all-analogue recreation of the famed Urei 1176 studio compressor offers studio-quality tones at your feet with a rare £50 saving on the Oxford pedal brand. 

TC Electronic PolyTune 3: was $99 (opens in new tab)

TC Electronic PolyTune 3: was $99, now $69 (opens in new tab)
Along with the Boss TU-3, the TC Electronic PolyTune 3 is considered to be the holy grail of guitar tuner pedals, and for good reason. Thanks to its ultra-precise accuracy – up to 0.1 cents – the PolyTune 3 has made its way on to thousands of pedalboards around the world, offering a range of alternate tunings with ultimate ease. As an added bonus, its BonaFide Buffer circuitry also helps to improve your guitar's tone over long cable runs. It's $30 off at Sweetwater, but only while stock lasts.

MXR M249 Super Badass Dynamic O.D.: $129 (opens in new tab)

MXR M249 Super Badass Dynamic O.D.: $129, now $99 (opens in new tab)
Featuring MOSFET clipping diodes and a super-simple control set highlighted by a nifty Boost/Cut switch, this stompbox can function as a smooth clean boost or a conduit for screaming vintage gain. We've been excited about this unit since it launched just a couple of months ago, and now its price has been cut to an amazing $99 by Guitar Center.

Boss RC-500 Loop Station: $416.99 (opens in new tab)

Boss RC-500 Loop Station: $416.99, now $339.98 (opens in new tab)
If you're serious about looping, so is the RC-500 with MIDI capability, an animated colour LCD, 114 onboard drum grooves and 16 kits for jamming, and 13 hours of 32-bit stereo record time. It's great for guitarists, vocalists and keyboard players, channelling Boss's expertise as a market leader in looping technology. This is a fantastic price from Sweetwater on one of the best looper pedals around. 

Line 6 Pod GO Wireless: £499 (opens in new tab)

Line 6 Pod GO Wireless: £499, now £435 (opens in new tab)
We’re seeing more and more of these appearing on pedalboards at gigs, an ode no doubt to the ease of use and convenience of packing your whole rig in your bag. The Pod GO Wireless carries more than 300 effects and amp models from Line 6’s famed Helix series, giving you pretty much every sound you could imagine, and probably a few you couldn’t. It’s currently got 12% off at Thomann, a steal for the guitar player who likes a versatile tone palette.

Bass

Squier Contemporary Active Precision Bass PH: $499 (opens in new tab)

Squier Contemporary Active Precision Bass PH: $499 $374 (opens in new tab)
Thanks to its active split single coil and humbucker pickups, this is one of the most versatile P-Basses you can buy for under $500, and with a roasted maple neck and sculpted heel, it plays above its price tag, too. You can get also get the five-string for $397.49, down from $529.99.

Epiphone Embassy Wanderlust Green: $499 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone Embassy Wanderlust Green: $499, $399 (opens in new tab)
With an extended upper horn, improved balance and a pair of ProBucker 760 bass pickups that replicate the original Embassy model's Gibson Thunderbird pickups, getting the warm, thick low-end tones of the early/mid-60s will be a cinch. At $399 – rather than its usual $499 – at Sweetwater this Cyber Monday, the Wanderlust Green Metallic Embassy model is an absolute steal.

Squier Bronco Bass: save $52 (opens in new tab)

Squier Bronco Bass: save $52 (opens in new tab)
The Squier Bronco Bass offers both classic looks and quintessential tone at a very affordable price point, featuring a thin and lightweight body, uber-playable 30" short scale length, die-cast tuning machines and a Squier single-coil pickup for clear, articulate tone. And now, you can get your hands on one for just $157.

Squier Contemporary Active Jazz Bass HH: $499 (opens in new tab)

Squier Contemporary Active Jazz Bass HH: $499 $374 (opens in new tab)
The Contemporary Active has the Jazz Bass look, but with a fresh active pickup edge. A Fender-designed active 9V preamp is onboard, packing controls for volume, pickup blend, traditional tone and stacked boost controls for bass and treble. A five-string version is also available, down from $529.99 to $397.49.

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Matt McCracken
Junior Deals Writer

Matt is a Junior Deals Writer at Guitar Player and has been playing guitar as his main instrument for well over 20 years. He also plays drums, bass, and keys producing out of his home studio in Manchester, UK. He has previously worked for Dawsons Music, Northwest Guitars, and freelanced for various magazines and blogs, writing reviews, how-to's, and features. When he's not downloading the latest VSTs or justifying yet another guitar pedal purchase, you'll find him making music with Northern noise hounds JACKALS (opens in new tab).