Cyber Monday Guitar Deals 2022: Your place to find the best savings



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Best Cyber Monday guitar deals 2022

The Cyber Monday guitar deals are almost here for another year. If the last few days have been any indication there will be plenty of amazing Cyber Monday deals for guitar players to get into. Some of this years’ best offers have been taking place at Guitar Center – where guitarists can still save big bucks on everything from Fender to Martin, in the Guitar Center Cyber sale (opens in new tab) . 

Elsewhere, Sweetwater’s big sale is still live for a while longer, promising up to 80% off a range of guitar gear, from electric and acoustic, to amps and effects (opens in new tab).

This online sale is still the ultimate place to pick up a mega deal on the best electric guitar (opens in new tab), yet another overdrive pedal (opens in new tab), or even a brand new combo amp (opens in new tab). Luckily we’ve done all the hard work for you – so take a look at the Cyber Monday guitar deals that are live right now.

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Quick linksAmazon: Shop early Cyber Monday deals on guitars, mics & more (opens in new tab)Boss Amazon sale: Save on Katana, FX and more (opens in new tab)Fender Play: Save 50% on an annual guitar lessons subscription (opens in new tab)Guitar Center: Save 15% on select items over $199 (opens in new tab)IK Multimedia: Save up to 85% on Max bundles (opens in new tab)Musician’s Friend: Up to 50% off a huge range of music gear (opens in new tab)Native Instruments: Up to 75% off in their best Cyber Sale ever (opens in new tab)Plugin Boutique: Save big on plugins from SoundToys, iZotope, SSL and more (opens in new tab)Positive Grid: Big Black Friday savings on BIAS and Spark (opens in new tab)Reverb: Up to 68% on select gear, plus deals on new and used items (opens in new tab)Sweetwater: Save big money – up to 80% – with their official Black Friday sale (opens in new tab)Thomann: The Cyber Week sale is here, with up to 60% off gear (opens in new tab)Waves: Shop the official Black Friday plugin sale – from $5.99 (opens in new tab)Cyber Monday guitar deals: Top dealsCyber Monday guitar deals: Electric guitar dealsCyber Monday guitar deals: Guitar amp dealsCyber Monday guitar deals: Acoustic guitar dealsCyber Monday guitar deals: Pedal dealsCyber Monday guitar deals: Software dealsCyber Monday guitar deals: Accessory dealsCyber Monday guitar deals: FAQCyber Monday is the name given to the Monday directly after Black Friday and sees online retailers continue their outstanding sales. So if you have a hankering for a new piece of music gear, Cyber Monday is the perfect time to grab it! 

Cyber Monday 2022 takes place on Monday 28 November, and if last year’s sale is anything to go by, we are likely to see some eye-watering deals on a range of gear from guitars, basses, pedals, and amps. 

It’s worth checking out our Black Friday guitar deals hub ahead of the big day, to get in on the action early. 

Back to top^Cyber Monday guitar deals: what to expectAll major online musical instrument retailers get in on the Cyber Monday action, slashing prices on a myriad of guitars and accessories. 

We’ve included some highlights from recent years below, but some of our favorite deals included a fantastic $350 off the D’Angelico Premier Series Atlantic, a whopping $250 off the Line 6 Helix, and $120 off the Ibanez NTS Nu Tube Screamer. These Cyber Monday deals didn’t last long. So, act fast – if you see the deal for you, grab it!

The  Amazon (opens in new tab) and Walmart (opens in new tab) Cyber Monday sales will be huge, too. Not only do they sell a fair range of music-making gear, these are also the places to pick up things like wireless headphones and Amazon Echo devices.

Back to top^Cyber Monday guitar deals: how to prepare Our biggest tip to get ready for the best Cyber Monday guitar deals is to get your research done super early. Work out what you need, not just what you want, and get your wishlist together asap. Make a note of prices as early as possible so you know if a deal is really as good as it suggests when it drops into your inbox or appears on your social media feeds.

To help you create your dream shopping list, take some time out to explore our expert buying guides and product reviews.

Should I buy guitar gear online during Cyber Monday?If you’re concerned about buying a guitar or other gear on Cyber Monday without playing it first, you needn’t be. Online music instrument retailers like Guitar Center (opens in new tab) , Musician’s Friend (opens in new tab) and Sweetwater (opens in new tab) offer hassle-free returns as standard, so you can purchase a guitar, play it in the comfort and privacy of your home and, if it’s not right, send it back without issue. You should check the specific returns policy for your chosen retailer before you purchase, but most offer between 30-45 days to return an item, as long as it’s in original condition.

Cyber Monday guitar deals: last year’s top deals We’ve picked out a handful of last year’s awesome offers, to give you an idea of the kind of Cyber Monday guitar deals you can expect in 2022.

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I’m Guitar World’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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