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Buy a Taylor acoustic guitar and get another for just $99 at Musician’s Friend

Buy a Taylor acoustic guitar and get another for just $99 at Musician’s Friend
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Right now everyone is on the lookout for the thing that’s going to keep them occupied (and sane) as they face complete lockdown or at least some form of self-isolation or social distancing in the coming weeks. 

If this sounds like you, Musician’s Friend is currently running a fantastic promotion on Taylor acoustic guitars. From now until 5 May, if you buy any new Taylor in the 100 Series or above, you can stick another eligible Taylor in your basket for just $99.

To be more specific, if you buy a 100, 200 or 200 DLX Series Taylor acoustic, you can pick up an acoustic Baby Taylor for $99. Or, buy any new Taylor 300 Series or above and get a Taylor GS Mini or Academy Series model for just $99. 

The baby Taylor, GS Mini or Academy Series make fantastic acoustic guitars for beginners, as well as great home practice tools.

Prices start at $799 for Taylor 110e and 114e series guitars, so you can get two Taylor acoustic guitars from as little as $898.

What’s more, MF is offering 48-months of financing on qualifying Taylor orders of $499 or more to help you spread the cost.

Explore the Musician's Friend $99 Taylor deal

Explore the Musician's Friend $99 Taylor deal
Purchase a Taylor acoustic guitar from the 100 Series or higher and get another eligible guitar for just $99.

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Chris Barnes

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 16 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.