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Black Friday guitar deals 2020: The latest news and all the best deals in one place

Black Friday guitar deals 2020: everything you need to know and the deals we're expecting
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Black Friday guitar deals season is here! Right now the biggest guitar shops on the planet are working hard to deliver huge savings on music gear around the clock – and we're going to keep you up-to-date with all the best ones. If you're ready to shop right now, we'd recommend you check out the epic Black Friday guitar deals at Sweetwater, where you can enjoy up to 70% off guitars from D'Angelico, Squier and more. Meanwhile, at Musician's Friend you can get up to 15% off select gear using the code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout.

There's usually a lot to take in around Black Friday – last year we shared well over 100 amazing deals, including awesome Black Friday electric guitar, Black Friday acoustic guitar, Black Friday guitar amp, Black Friday guitar pedal and Black Friday bass guitar deals. Naturally it can be overwhelming and hard to cut through the noise, but we'll be on hand to deliver the latest information on where to find the best deals.

We're well versed in navigating the Black Friday guitar sales, and our experts will be updating this Black Friday guitar deals page 24/7, we'd recommend you bookmark it.

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Black Friday guitar deals: The best deals

Positive Grid Spark 40 + bag: $359/£268, now $251/£188
Practice amps don't get any more powerful than this! With 40 amp models, 30 effects and a host of smart tech under the hood, you can be sure that you'll be making the most of your guitar practice time with the Spark. From jamming to backing tracks, to teaching you the chords to your favorite songs, or the 10,000-plus tone presets, you're not going to get bored quickly. The full-range sound reproduction means you can use it for bass and acoustic too! View Deal

Fender Player Strat in Surf Pearl: Was $699.99, now $599.99
There’s something about faded green Strats, so the Limited Edition Fender Player Stratocaster in Surf Green really caught our attention. Even more so when it’s down from $699 to just $599 at Guitar Center this Black Friday…View Deal

Squier Stratocaster guitar pack: $219, now $169.99, save $50
This Squier guitar pack will get you playing fast, with everything you need to get started: a Squier Stratocaster, Frontman practice amp, cable, strap and picks. But you'll also receive access to Fender's Play software for three months. With plenty of lessons and songs, it's sure to keep you busy! Choose between Olympic White or 3-Color Sunburst.View Deal

Epiphone Les Paul Custom Blackback PRO: $699, now $559
One of rock's coolest guitars, this Epiphone Les Paul Custom will deliver a killer timeless vibe for just under $600. This affordable Custom features a solid mahogany body, SlimTaper mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard, with a pair of ProBucker-2 humbuckers. The standard Les Paul control setup provides a huge tonal choice, and the whole lot is finished in a Randy Rhoads-style Antique Ivory. For $120 off at Musician’s Friend, what are you waiting for?View Deal

Schecter C-1 Platinum FR-Sustaniac: Was $859 now $689.99
With active EMG 81 and Sustainiac pickups, as well as the Floyd Rose and 24-fret neck, the C-1 is a shredder's dream. The Sustaniac will infinitely sustain either a fundamental note or harmonics, depending on the position of its dedicated switch. This is a lot of guitar for the money, and now Musician’s Friend has knocked a tasty $170 off for Black Friday, it’s an even better deal. View Deal

Squier Contemporary Active Jazz Bass: $80 off @ Sweetwater
This tricked-out take on the Jazz Bass is available with a whopping $80 discount, bringing prices down to $399 for a four-string, and $449 for a five-string. Even better, this active humbucker-loaded bass is available in four Sweetwater-exclusive finishes – Satin Black, Midnight Satin, Burgundy Satin and Olive Satin – complete with roasted maple necks and fingerboards.View Deal

Martin Special X1-DE Acoustic Electric: $599.99, now $479.99
Martin's affordable X-Series propelled Ed Sheeran to stadiums worldwide. With a high grade solid spruce top, combined with Martin's 'forest-friendly' HPL back and sides, Martin prove that you don't need to break the bank to achieve a fantastic tone.  The X1-DE even has a Fishman Sonitone pickup/preamp, which provides a killer natural tone when you need to plug in.  Get $120 off now at Musician's Friend.View Deal

Fender FA-135CE guitar: Was $199.99, now $149.99
You really can’t go wrong with the big ‘F’ on the headstock. The slim neck and comfortable body size mean this guitar is impossible to put down, making the Fender FA-135CE a perfect beginner instrument. Natural, Black, Sunburst and classy all-mahogany finishes are all available from Guitar Center, who are knocking off $50 this Black Friday.View Deal

Orangewood Oliver Mahogany: $195, now $156, save 20%
This mahogany grand concert model not only looks the part, but promises some tonal delights too. The solid mahogany top maximises resonance, while the rosewood fingerboard and bridge and bone nut/saddle add a touch of class. Opt for the Oliver Live and you'll also get an on-board Fishman Sonitone pickup/preamp.View Deal

Planet Waves NS Micro Headstock Tuner: $29.99, now $14.99
D'Addario/Planet Waves latest incarnation of the Micro Headstock tuner offers discrete, quick and accurate tuning for your acoustic, electric or bass guitars. Through the vibrations of your instrument, the built-in transducer detects the pitch of your strings even in busy, loud environments, allowing you to tune efficiently wherever you are. Musician's Friend has slashed half off this Black Friday, so grab one while you can!View Deal

Snark Super Snark HZ: Was $39.99, now $19.99
Snark has made a name for itself with its accurate, quick-reading clip-on guitar tuners, and the Super Snark HZ is the pinnacle of its efforts so far, with ridiculously precise 1Hz tuning accuracy. For Black Friday, Guitar Center have knocked 20% off the price to help you get started.View Deal

Positive Grid BIAS FX 2: $299, now $119
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 with versions available at different price points, there's something for everyone here. Choose Elite, Pro or Standard when you add it to your basket.View Deal

Boss DD-500 Digital Delay Pedal: Was $499, now $349
If you’re looking for the ultimate delay pedal, with no compromises on power, this could very well be it - and for only $349 at Sam Ash, you won't need to compromise that savings account either.View Deal

DigiTech Drop: Was $307.07, now $214.99
This compact pedal remains the best drop-tuning stompbox on the market, with full polyphonic tracking for authentic baritone and extended-range tones. And if you thought that couldn't get any better, Sweetwater have dropped the price by nearly $100! View Deal

Black Friday guitar deals: Coupons and discounts

Sweetwater Black Friday sale: Save up to 70%
Sweetwater has kickstarted its Black Friday sale with up to 70% savings off a range of guitars, amps, effects, accessories, recording gear and more. This sale ends runs through to November 28th.View Deal

Musician's Friend BF coupon: Save up to 15%
Use the code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout to save up to 15% on qualifying items. This promotion covers everything from guitars and amps, to mics and keyboards. It is only for a limited time however, so don't hang about!View Deal

Get 20% off new gear at Pro Audio Star: Use code BF20
Use the code BF20 at checkout and you can save 20% off loads of great new guitar gear at Pro Audio Star right now.
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Guitar Center sale: Up to 15% off with code BLACKFRIDAY15
Now is the time to save big, with up to 15% off loads of great guitar gear a Guitar Center. Just punch the code BLACKFRIDAY15 in at checkout.
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Black Friday guitar deals: Electric guitars

Fender Player Strat in Shell Pink: Was $724.99, now $599.99
The Limited Edition Fender Player Stratocaster in Shell Pink is a versatile guitar with loads of character in a frankly glorious color. And with $125 off the list price at Guitar Center this Black Friday, it’s the perfect time to dip in.View Deal

Fender Player Strat in Surf Pearl: Was $699.99, now $599.99
There’s something about faded green Strats, so the Limited Edition Fender Player Stratocaster in Surf Green really caught our attention. Even more so when it’s down from $699 to just $599 at Guitar Center this Black Friday…View Deal

Squier Stratocaster guitar pack: $219, now $169.99, save $50
This Squier guitar pack will get you playing fast, with everything you need to get started: a Squier Stratocaster, Frontman practice amp, cable, strap and picks. But you'll also receive access to Fender's Play software for three months. With plenty of lessons and songs, it's sure to keep you busy! Choose between Olympic White or 3-Color Sunburst.View Deal

Epiphone Les Paul Custom Blackback PRO: $699, now $559
One of rock's coolest guitars, this Epiphone Les Paul Custom will deliver a killer timeless vibe for just under $600. This affordable Custom features a solid mahogany body, SlimTaper mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard, with a pair of ProBucker-2 humbuckers. The standard Les Paul control setup provides a huge tonal choice, and the whole lot is finished in a Randy Rhoads-style Antique Ivory. For $120 off at Musician’s Friend, what are you waiting for?View Deal

Schecter C-1 Platinum FR-Sustaniac: Was $859 now $689.99
With active EMG 81 and Sustainiac pickups, as well as the Floyd Rose and 24-fret neck, the C-1 is a shredder's dream. The Sustaniac will infinitely sustain either a fundamental note or harmonics, depending on the position of its dedicated switch. This is a lot of guitar for the money, and now Musician’s Friend has knocked a tasty $170 off for Black Friday, it’s an even better deal. View Deal

Epiphone Ltd Ed ES-335 PRO: Was $499, now $399, save $100
This affordable version of Gibson’s iconic ES-335 outline boasts super classic looks and tones, courtesy of Alnico Classic PRO humbuckers, and is available right now for just $399 in Sunburst finish at Musician's Friend.View Deal

Black Friday guitar deals: Acoustic guitars

Fender FA-135CE guitar: Was $199.99, now $149.99
You really can’t go wrong with the big ‘F’ on the headstock. The slim neck and comfortable body size mean this guitar is impossible to put down, making the Fender FA-135CE a perfect beginner instrument. Natural, Black, Sunburst and classy all-mahogany finishes are all available from Guitar Center, who are knocking off $50 this Black Friday.View Deal

Martin Special X1-DE Acoustic Electric: $599.99, now $479.99
Martin's affordable X-Series propelled Ed Sheeran to stadiums worldwide. With a high grade solid spruce top, combined with Martin's 'forest-friendly' HPL back and sides, Martin prove that you don't need to break the bank to achieve a fantastic tone.  The X1-DE even has a Fishman Sonitone pickup/preamp, which provides a killer natural tone when you need to plug in.  Get $120 off now at Musician's Friend.View Deal

Breedlove Organic Artista Granadillo CE: $849, now $599
Featuring exotic granadillo back and sides, an African mahogany neck and African ebony fingerboard as well as a solid spruce top, this electro-acoustic would normally set you back nearly $900. This, combined with the Concerto body size and a generous cutaway means every fret has easy access, and it includes a Breedlove Natural Sound pickup/preamp. Available in Copper Burst, it’s only $549 at Musician's Friend this Black Friday. View Deal

Yamaha F335 acoustic guitar: Save 15% off today
This guitar is a fantastic place to start your musical journey. With 15% off the already great value F335 at Musician's Friend, this deal bags you a laminated spruce top, die-cast gold tuners and tortoiseshell scratchplate. Use the discount code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout for 15% off.View Deal

Orangewood Oliver Mahogany: $195, now $156, save 20%
This mahogany grand concert model not only looks the part, but promises some tonal delights too. The solid mahogany top maximises resonance, while the rosewood fingerboard and bridge and bone nut/saddle add a touch of class. Opt for the Oliver Live and you'll also get an on-board Fishman Sonitone pickup/preamp.View Deal

Orangewood Oliver Jr Mahogany: $195, now $156, save 20%
The Oliver Jr takes the same grand concert shape as its big brother and shrinks it for the perfect portable/travel-size format. Here, the fretboard is swapped for ebony but that all-important solid top is still present. It usually sets you back an already affordable $195, but with 20% off this is the ideal guitar for playing at home and on-the-go.View Deal

Orangewood Echo: Was $295, now $236, save 20%
Dreadnought guitars are the go-to all-rounders. Orangewood's Echo takes this classic outline and gives you a well-specced guitar for just over $250 at the deal price. The top is solid sitka spruce, and while the sides are laminated, its appointed with Ovangkol at the bridge and fretboard, with a 25.5" scale length to make electric players feel at home.View Deal

Orangewood Brooklyn: Was $295, now $236, save 20%
What if you want a grand concert shape, but in spruce? Opt for the Brooklyn model. The squat shoulders and pinched waist combine the big, boomy punch of a GC, but with the added brightness of spruce, and the abalone rosette really pops against the lighter spruce top.View Deal

Black Friday guitar deals: Bass

Squier Contemporary Active Jazz Bass: $80 off @ Sweetwater
This tricked-out take on the Jazz Bass is available with a whopping $80 discount, bringing prices down to $399 for a four-string, and $449 for a five-string. Even better, this active humbucker-loaded bass is available in four Sweetwater-exclusive finishes – Satin Black, Midnight Satin, Burgundy Satin and Olive Satin – complete with roasted maple necks and fingerboards.View Deal

Guitar Center bass sale: Shop all deals on basses
There aren’t quite as many Black Friday bass guitar deals around right now, but you can still pick up notable discounts today, and we expect more deals to arrive before the Guitar Center Black Friday sale kicks off, but you can find a few offers on Squier and Fender right now.View Deal

Black Friday guitar deals: Amps

Positive Grid Spark 40 + bag: $359/£268, now $251/£188
Practice amps don't get any more powerful than this! With 40 amp models, 30 effects and a host of smart tech under the hood, you can be sure that you'll be making the most of your guitar practice time with the Spark. From jamming to backing tracks, to teaching you the chords to your favorite songs, or the 10,000-plus tone presets, you're not going to get bored quickly. The full-range sound reproduction means you can use it for bass and acoustic too! View Deal

Markbass CMD102P 2x10 Bass amp: $1,199.99, now $799.99
The Markbass CMD102P is a tilt-back bass combo that features a built-in Little Mark II preamp to help beef up your bass tone. The two 10” neodymium speakers provide plenty of power, and the 4-band EQ allows you to shape your tone any way you want. Guitar Center has slashed the price by a ridiculous $400 this Black Friday, so bass players - don’t miss out. View Deal

Marshall Origin 50C: Was $749.99, now $649.99
This combo amp offers a suite of professional features, including two distinct voices, a host of great onboard controls, plus an in-built FX loop. Head to Musician's Friend today to save $100.View Deal

Vox AC15 1x12" Combo: Was $999, now $679
Black Friday is always a chance to get great gear with a nice discount, but Sweetwater have really spoilt us here. With a lovely $320 off, you can get the tones of the British Invasion without draining the bank balance. View Deal

Nextone Guitar Stage Amp: Was $649, now $429.99
Few can compete with this all-in-one package, with advanced tweaking options, effects and four different analog Class AB power circuits. Sam Ash has brought the goods this Black Friday, and knocked a sweet $150 off the price of this amp, for a limited time.View Deal

Nextone Guitar Artist Amp: Was $899, now $499.77
The bigger brother in the do-it-all series, offering the same tones and effects, plus even more versatility and power at 80-watts. Sam Ash has slashed the price of this amp by $400 for a limited time only.View Deal

Black Friday guitar deals: Pedals

Boss DD-500 Digital Delay Pedal: Was $499, now $349
If you’re looking for the ultimate delay pedal, with no compromises on power, this could very well be it - and for only $349 at Sam Ash, you won't need to compromise that savings account either.View Deal

DigiTech Drop: Was $307.07, now $214.99
This compact pedal remains the best drop-tuning stompbox on the market, with full polyphonic tracking for authentic baritone and extended-range tones. And if you thought that couldn't get any better, Sweetwater have dropped the price by nearly $100! View Deal

Black Friday guitar deals: Accessories

Dunlop Heavy Pyrex Glass Slide: $10.99, now $3.96, save 60%
This heavy-walled Pyrex slide from Dunlop is one of the most affordable and fun ways to inject some new life into your playing. It features a 17mm inside diameter, 25mm outside diameter and 51mm length (ring size 6.5), so smaller-handed players will appreciate the fit. This could be the cheapest piece of gear you'll buy this Black Friday!View Deal

Planet Waves NS Micro Headstock Tuner: $29.99, now $14.99
D'Addario/Planet Waves latest incarnation of the Micro Headstock tuner offers discrete, quick and accurate tuning for your acoustic, electric or bass guitars. Through the vibrations of your instrument, the built-in transducer detects the pitch of your strings even in busy, loud environments, allowing you to tune efficiently wherever you are. Musician's Friend has slashed half off this Black Friday, so grab one while you can!View Deal

Snark Super Snark HZ: Was $39.99, now $19.99
Snark has made a name for itself with its accurate, quick-reading clip-on guitar tuners, and the Super Snark HZ is the pinnacle of its efforts so far, with ridiculously precise 1Hz tuning accuracy. For Black Friday, Guitar Center have knocked 20% off the price to help you get started.View Deal

Line 6 Relay G10S wireless system: Was $349, now $249
Cut the cables today with one of the best guitar wireless systems you can buy. Thanks to this tasty Sweetwater discount you can save $100. Wander up to 130 feet away from your pedalboard and enjoy crystal-clear 24-bit audio from this ace guitar accessory.View Deal

Black Friday guitar deals: Ukuleles

Mitchell MU40 soprano Ukulele: Was $44.99, now $29.99
The Mitchell MU40 soprano ukulele is only $29.99 this Black Friday at Guitar Center, its lowest ever price. The lindenwood body and walnut fretboard provide a warm, resonant tone and the small body size makes it easy and comfortable to play. This uke will certainly hold its ground against more expensive competition.View Deal

Black Friday guitar deals: Software

JST Misha Mansoor Toneforge plugin: was $149, now just $19
This massive reduction on Misha Mansoor's acclaimed signature amp sim software with Joey Sturgis Tones is one of the biggest discounts we've seen ahead of Black Friday. You can grab this killer deal now at Plugin Boutique.View Deal

AmpliTube Dimebag Darrell CFH Collection:
$99.99, now $49.99, save $50
Based on Dimebag's Cowboys From Hell tone, this pack was developed under close collaboration with the guy who knew Dime's tone better than anyone: his former guitar tech, Grady Champion. Included are two amps (based on Dimebag's Randall RG 100 ES and Roland JC-120), two matching cabinets and five stompboxes based on Dimebag's MXR graphic EQ, Furman parametric EQ, Cry Baby wah, MXR Flanger Doubler and Rocktron Hush noise gate. Check out the tones to hear how authentic they are! Available right now from IK Multimedia.View Deal

AmpliTube Brian May: Was $99.99, now $69.99, save $40
How do you model a unique tone such as Brian May's? You work with the man himself! Amplitube Brian May comes with two amps - the all-important AC-30 and Brian's 'Deacy' amp (built by Queen bassist, John Deacon). As well as this, you get three cabinet models and five stompboxes including a Treble Booster, May Wah (based on Brian's Cry Baby), Fox Phaser (emulation of a fOXX Phaser), star Gate noise gate, and even a Red Special module to impart Brian's prized guitar tone on your own guitar.View Deal

Amplitube Joe Satriani: Was $99.99, now $79.99, save $20
IK Multimedia has packed three amps, (Marshall, Peavey and Rockman emulations) three cabs and five stompboxes into the Joe Satriani signature edition pack. Pedal-wise, you get Satch Wah (Vox wah), Distortion (Boss DS-1), Overdrive (Boss OD-1), Tube Overdrive (Chandler Tube Driver) and Satch Octaver (Ultimate Octaver). It's the closest thing you'll get for $79.99!View Deal

Positive Grid BIAS FX 2 | $299, now $119
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 with versions available at different price points, there's something for everyone here. Choose Elite, Pro or Standard when you add it to your basket.View Deal

Positive Grid BIAS Amp 2 Elite | $299, now $119
BIAS Amp 2 gives you complete freedom over your amp's design, and with this deal, you can get 50% of the Elite and Pro versions, plus $40 off the Standard tier too. Click on the link to make your selection!View Deal

BIAS FX 2 Elite All Access Bundle | $399, now $159
BIAS FX 2 is also available on mobile devices (iOS only), and this deal lets you unlock the software for both desktop and mobile. Choose from Elite (was $399, now $159), Pro (was $249, now $99) or Standard (was $119, now $47).View Deal

BIAS FX 2 & Amp 2 Combo | $399, now $199
If you want the deep-dive amp editing of BIAS 2 plus the full range of sounds from BIAS FX 2, select the FX 2 & AMP 2 Combo deal. This gives you desktop versions of both, and is structured across the same three tiers: FX 2 and AMP 2 Elite for $199, Pro for $139 and Standard for $69.View Deal

Positive Grid BIAS FX 2 Metal Edition | $329, now $139
BIAS FX 2 Metal Edition turns things up a notch with FX 2 Elite, but it’s also bundled with the Metal Signature Pack which includes amp and pedal models from Ola Englund, Jeff Loomis and Keith Merrow. You'll also get the BIAS Pedal Distortion, Delay and modulation effects. Get heavy at half-price!View Deal

BIAS Platinum bundle | $699, now $319
Sometimes it's easier to just get the lot, and that's where the BIAS Platinum Bundle comes in. If you bought everything included here individually, it would cost you $1,429. Normally the bundled price is a decent saving at $699, but Positive grid has carved another 50% off, making this deal for the Elite versions of both BIAS products, plus all associated bundles $319! Rude not to, we say.View Deal

BIAS Complete bundle | $549, now $259
Positive Grid is offering BIAS FX 2 and BIAS Amp 2 Pro editions, the Metal Signature, Bass and Acoustic Expansion Packs plus BIAS Pedal Distortion, Delay and Modulation models for For $259. This level bags you the very respectable Pro-tier versions of both for just over the regular price of one BIAS Pro title, making this a very tidy deal indeed.View Deal

BIAS Essential bundle | $399, now $179
If you want to keep your budget below $200 you can still get a cracking deal. With a total value of $635, and a regular price of $399, you get everything in the Complete Bundle here, except for the BIAS Pedal models. Plus, you’re still saving half the normal price!View Deal

Black Friday guitar deals: Magazines

Save 50% on magazine subscriptions!
Check out our full range of world-leading guitar mags like Guitarist, Total Guitar, Guitar Techniques and Bass Player, and save 50% on digital and print subscriptions!View Deal

When are the Black Friday guitar deals 2020?

Black Friday 2020 will land on Friday November 27. The deals will extend across that weekend (also know as Cyber Weekend), before finishing with a bang on Monday 30 November, also known as Cyber Monday.

The deals won't be restricted to those 4 days though. Previous experience tells us that some of the best Black Friday guitar deals will emerge well in advance of the event – just check out the early deals above for evidence of that!

What Black Friday guitar deals can I expect?

Your first port of call for Black Friday guitar deals should be the big music retailers like Musician’s Friend, Zzounds and Sam Ash.  The Sweetwater and Guitar Center Black Friday sales usually throw up fantastic deals on guitar gear too.

We've included some highlights from 2019 below, but some of our favorite deals included an amazing $150 off G&L's ASAT Classic Bluesboy singlecut and 20% off the popular Epiphone Hummingbird Pro acoustic, which dropped the price to just $299. Both these Black Friday electric guitar deals sold out super quick.

For fans of effects, there was all sorts of Black Friday guitar pedal deals, including discounts applied to gear from classic brands like Boss and Digitech, while the 2 for $75 deal on TC Electronic pedals was a winner for many.

We also saw discount codes applicable on a range of products at Guitar Center (15% discount), Musician's Friend (15%) and Pro Audio Star (18%), which enabled guitarists to load up on cut-price gear.

There were also some Black Friday exclusive models launched during Black Friday, including the Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster Pale Moon models, which were only available through Sweetwater.

The  Amazon and Walmart Black Friday 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.

How to prepare for the Black Friday guitar deals

Our biggest tip to get ready for the best Black Friday 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 Black Friday?

If you're concerned about buying a guitar or other gear on Black Friday without playing it first, you needn’t be. Online music instrument retailers like Guitar Center , Musician’s Friend and Sweetwater 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.

What else can I buy during Black Friday 2020?

It's not just about the Black Friday guitar deals in November. Aside from music-making gear discounts, you'll find bargains on great tech like robot vacuum cleaners, iPads, MacBook Pros and Amazon Echos – and you can even pick up groceries, pet food and dishwasher tablets – but it’s the guitar deals we’ll be looking out for.

Black Friday guitar deals: What happened last year?

There were some crazy deals doing the rounds last year, with many of them selling out in record time. Our favourite Black Friday electric guitar deals of last year was the $400 discount applied to the stunning Ibanez AZ2204 Prestige electric guitar at Musician's Friend, while on the same site the G&L ASAT Classic Bluesboy proved popular when it dropped from $449 to $229. 

The best Black Friday guitar pedal deal was Guitar Center's 2x TC Electronic pedals for $75 offer. With a huge range of pedals up for grabs, this proved super popular. If you were a fan of Boss gear, a range of their pedals, including the DD500, saw $100 slashed from the price.

If you were looking for a Black Friday acoustic guitar deal last year, Musician's Friend was the place to head if you wanted a deal on a beginner guitar. The Epiphone Hummingbird Pro was cut to just $299.99, while we also saw great deals on guitars from Fender and Martin.

The Black Friday guitar amp deal everyone was talking about was $500 off the Supro 1650RT Royal Reverb. This Sweetwater deal dropped the price to just $999. There was also deals on Marshall and Vox gear.

Will these Black Friday guitar deals be topped for 2020? Stay tuned to find out.