Summer may be winding down and the days getting shorter, but there are still reasons to be cheerful, especially if you’re a Fender fan. The Fender Labor Day sale has arrived early, with massive discounts of up to 30% on a huge range of electric, acoustic, and bass guitars as well as accessories and apparel. Whether you’re after a new guitar or you just want some fresh instrument cables there are loads of great deals, but they’re only available whilst stocks last.
The Fender Labor Day sale runs from now to 9/4, so you’ve got a limited time to land yourself an awesome deal. With everything from MIJ Strats to Tele-shaped ukuleles, it’s one of the biggest Fender sales we’ve seen for a while so well worth a gander.
Fender Labor Day Sale: Up to 30% off
The huge Fender Labor Day sale has arrived with massive discounts of up to 30% off on electric guitars, bass guitars, acoustic guitars, and loads more. These deals are only available whilst stocks last, so you’ll need to move quickly to get your hands on some discounted guitar gear.
We’ve had a trawl through the sale to pick out some of our favorite items for you, and the first thing that caught our eye was the incredible-looking Fender Vintera 60s Jaguar with its Ocean Turquoise finish and matched headstock. It’s got a massive discount of 20% off taking the price down to just $999.99 and it’s also available in a more traditional 3 Color Sunburst if you prefer the pure vintage vibe.
Moving firmly into the future, we’ve been ogling the Fender Aerodyne Special Telecaster with its carved top, Babicz bridge, and locking tuners. It’s an MIJ Tele so the build quality is incredible and at just $999.99 with a $300 discount, it’s amazing value for money. The neck on this guitar feels sumptuous, easily one of the most playable Fenders we’ve come across.
Finally, if you’re looking for something a little less pricey, the Squier 40th Anniversary Stratocaster is available with a huge 30% discount, giving you a top-notch guitar for just $349.99. We personally love the satin Sonic Blue finish, but it’s also available in Sea Foam Green and the more vintage wide 2-Color Sunburst if you prefer something a little less gaudy.
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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.