The Positive Grid Black Friday Weekend Sale Has Been Extended – But You'll Have To Be Quick

Positive Grid Spark amp
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If you've been thinking about joining the Positive Grid family and getting yourself one of their award-winning smart amps, the good news is that they've extended their Black Friday sale. The bad news is, there are only hours left to go. . 

Since it arrived at the beginning of the decade, the Positive Grid Spark has turned the practice amp market on its head. From the original model to the new Spark Mini, players have been singing the praises of these versatile, smart amps since their release. Guitar Player's review called it "a great-sounding, feature-packed desktop amp that does a lot of cool stuff extremely well". The sizeable discounts on offer right now could make it the perfect time for you to try it too. 

The best deal in the sale? For us it's 25% off the awesomely portable Spark Mini amp (opens in new tab), but there's also a huge 35% off Spark amp bundles and a whopping 60% off Bias software (opens in new tab).

Home recording aficionados can also treat themselves to new software and hardware with a whopping 60% off Bias FX 2 and Bias Amp 2 (opens in new tab), as well as $80 off the ultra user-friendly Positive Grid Riff (opens in new tab) recording interface. 

You can find all the Positive Grid discounts at the PG site itself (opens in new tab), as well as Positive Grid’s Amazon store (opens in new tab) but here's a quick guide to the best deals.

Black Friday Positive Grid deals 2022: Deals highlights

Positive Grid Spark Mini: 25% off with MINIBF30 (opens in new tab)

Positive Grid Spark Mini: 25% off with MINIBF30 (opens in new tab)
The Spark Mini was a GP Editor's Pick winner earlier this year and it's easy to see why. With a full sound and deep set of audio features, it's small, versatile, and delivers loads of great tones and musical joy. Right now you can save $30 with code MINIBF30.  

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

Positive Grid Spark: 35% off with SPARKBF30 (opens in new tab)
The best-selling practice amp on the planet. An all-in-one solution for practice, learning and home recording, Spark is a feature-packed desktop amplifier and a triumph of amp innovation. This offer will save you a whopping $70, plus you got a free padded gig bag (usually $60).

Positive Grid Riff: Was $179 (opens in new tab)

Positive Grid Riff: Was $179, now $59 (opens in new tab)
A no-nonsense, easy-to-use interface that should be a welcome addition to any guitarist’s DAW setup. And now Positive Grid has slashed an incredible $120 off the Riff interface, making it only $59 this Black Friday.

Positive Grid BIAS FX 2: was $99 (opens in new tab)

Positive Grid BIAS FX 2: was $99, now $39.60 (opens in new tab)
BIAS FX 2 gives you an arsenal of virtual amps, pedals, rack effects, and cabs to shape your sound with. It's one of the best software modelers out there and right now you can save a massive $59.40. 

Positive Grid BIAS Pedal: $99 (opens in new tab)

Positive Grid BIAS Pedal: $99, now $39.60 (opens in new tab)
Another welcome addition to the Positive Grid family, you can create the pedal of your dreams for only $40 with this killer deal from Positive Grid. With BIAS Pedal, you can create your own distortion, delay or modulation stompbox, with full control even down to its circuitry.

View the full Black Friday Positive Grid sale at the PG site (opens in new tab), as well as at Positive Grid’s Amazon store (opens in new tab).

More great Black Friday deals

You can find all the Black Friday Positive Grid discounts at the PG site itself (opens in new tab), as well as Positive Grid’s Amazon store (opens in new tab) but here's a quick guide to the best deals.

Chris Barnes

I'm Guitar Player's eCommerce Editor. It's my job to manage buyer's guides on the site and help guitarists find the right gear and the best prices. I'm a guitarist and a drummer and I've worked in the music gear industry for 18 years, including 7 years as Editor of the UK's best-selling drum magazine Rhythm, and 5 years as a freelance writer working with brands including Roland, Boss, MusicRadar and Natal.

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