Giving the gift of great tone just got a lot easier thanks to these amazing Father’s Day deals from Positive Grid. With money off and free gifts when you buy Spark amps and BIAS software, it’s a great way to show your love for Dad on June 18th, or just treat yourself to some shiny new gear.
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The amazing Spark 40 has got a nice £30/£40 discount, but you’ll also get a traveler bag totally free when you use the FREEGIFT coupon, making it superb value for money. Spark Mini also has a discount of $20/$30 off the regular price and you get the alternative Crimson Grille for a fresh look, again totally free. If you’re in the market for a mini amp, then you’ll be pleased to see the highly anticipated Spark GO has a pre-order discount of $/£20 for a limited time only.
Spark 40: Free traveler bag
With a $30/$40 discount and the generous gift of a free traveler bag, one of the most exceptional desktop amps ever created has now become an even sweeter proposition. An extraordinary practice tool, Spark is packed with accurate amp models and impressive effects, making it a great way to upgrade your guitar playing.
Spark Mini: free Crimson Grille
Don't be deceived by the compact size of the Spark Mini, this thing is seriously loud. For the past year or so, the Positive Grid Spark Mini has occupied a prime spot on our desk, and hardly a day passes without indulging in its glorious guitar tones. This Father's Day, you can get it with a $20/£30 discount and a fresh-looking Crimson Grille, totally free.
Positive Grid BIAS: 30% off software
With a 30% discount on all BIAS Software, it’s even simpler to construct your ideal guitar rig. Filled with meticulously crafted amplifier models, high-quality effects, and precise cabinet simulations, BIAS serves as an excellent enhancement to any guitarist's recording arrangement, ensuring exceptional tone regardless of your location.
RIFF: BIAS FX 2 Standard free
Tailored specifically for guitarists, this incredibly portable audio interface transforms your mobile or computer into a fully customizable guitar rig. To celebrate Father's Day, Positive Grid is offering BIAS FX 2 Standard completely free when you purchase RIFF, granting you access to 12 exceptional amp models and over 30 effects to enhance your recording and practice.
We love Positive Grid’s Spark practice amps here at Guitar Player, and we gave the Spark 40 a healthy four and a half stars out of five when we reviewed it. The Spark Mini took home even greater plaudits, landing a full five stars out of five, one of our favorite desktop guitar amps without a doubt.
It’s not just amps that have deals on either, you can also get a nice $10/£20 off the Positive Grid Spark Control footswitch, which works with the Spark 40 to give you hands-free control over your presets. Sturdily made yet slim enough to fit snugly into any setup, it’s the perfect gift for someone who already has a Spark amp in their rig.
These offers are only available until June 18th, so if you want to grab one in time for Father’s Day you better move quickly!
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Matt is a Junior Deals Writer at Guitar World 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 a racket with Northern noise hounds JACKALS.
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