Save $$$ on These 40th Anniversary Gold Edition Squiers in Fender’s Epic Black Friday Sale

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If you’re looking to bag a bargain on Black Friday 2022 then you need to check out this awesome array of money-saving deals at Fender.

With prices slashed on a huge range of products there’s something for everybody from electric guitars and acoustic guitars to basses, amps, and accessories.

Among the deals currently available is a fine selection of Fender’s highly acclaimed Squier 40th Anniversary guitars, including the Stratocaster Gold Edition, Telecaster Gold Edition, Jazzmaster Gold Edition, Precision Bass Gold Edition, and Jazz Bass Gold Edition.

We love Fender’s new 40th Anniversary Squier models (our sibling mag in the U.K., Guitarist, even featured them on their August 2022 cover!) and with up to $240 off we love them even more.

Squier 40th Anniversary Stratocaster Gold Edition

Fender Squier 40th Anniversary Stratocaster Gold Edition

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Squier 40th Anniversary Strat: $599.99

Squier 40th Anniversary Strat: $599.99 $449.99
Save $150 on this commemorative Strat celebrating 40 years of Squier. With two eye-catching finishes on offer in 2022’s Black Friday deal – Ruby Red Metallic and Sienna Sunburst – this classic design has been embellished with gold-plated hardware and pearloid block inlays. Featuring vintage-voiced pickups and a 1970s-style headstock, this Strat comes ready to rock in authentic retro style.

Squier 40th Anniversary Telecaster Gold Edition

Fender Squier 40th Anniversary Telecaster Gold Edition

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Squier 40th Anniversary Tele: $599.99

Squier 40th Anniversary Tele: $599.99 $359.99
Save $240 on this commemorative Tele celebrating 40 years of Squier. Appearing in a Sherwood Green finish this ageless design has been decked out in gold-plated hardware and features pearloid block inlays. The guitar’s vintage-voiced Alnico V single-coil pickups have been designed in-house for that authentic Fender tone while the headstock logos are redolent of Telecasters from the 1970s.

Squier 40th Anniversary Jazzmaster Gold Edition

Fender Squier 40th Anniversary Jazzmaster Gold Edition

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Squier 40th Anniversary Jazzmaster: $599.99

Squier 40th Anniversary Jazzmaster: $599.99 $449.99
Save $150 on this commemorative Jazzmaster celebrating 40 years of Squier. One of Fender’s ‘big four’ solidbody models, the Jazzmaster eventually came into its own as an alternative to the Strat and Tele. Sporting dual single-coil pickups, a unique vibrato system and cool offset body styling, this elegant axe is available now in Fender’s Black Friday sale in Olympic White and Lake Placid Blue finishes.

Squier 40th Anniversary Precision Bass Gold Edition

Fender Squier 40th Anniversary Precision Bass Gold Edition

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Squier 40th Anniversary P-Bass: $599.99

Squier 40th Anniversary P-Bass: $599.99 $359.99
Save $240 on this commemorative Precision Bass celebrating 40 years of Squier. Appearing in a classic Black finish this stylish electric bass has been augmented with gold-plated hardware from tuners and knobs to pickguard and bridge. Pearloid block inlays adorn its bound Indian Laurel fretboard. The same model also appears in a Lake Placid Blue finish priced $449.99 ($150 off the regular price of $599.99).

Squier 40th Anniversary Jazz Bass Gold Edition

Fender Squier 40th Anniversary Jazz Bass Gold Edition

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Squier 40th Anniversary Jazz Bass: $599.99

Squier 40th Anniversary Jazz Bass: $599.99 $449.99
Ruby Red Metallic or Olympic White? Either way, you’ll save $150 in Fender’s Black Friday sale. Celebrating 40 years of Squier, this Jazz Bass features gold-plated hardware from top to bottom. Sporting a bound Indian Laurel fretboard with pearloid block inlays, a player-friendly C-profile neck ensures smooth, comfortable action while a pair of vintage-voiced single-coil pickups provide classic Fender tone.

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