Save up to $200 on a stylish, top-performing electric, bass or acoustic guitar with these Cyber Monday-beating Epiphone deals

Three Epiphone instruments that have been discounted for Cyber Monday 2022
(Image credit: Musician's Friend)

Cyber Monday has arrived, with plenty of mouth-watering Cyber Monday guitar deals following right behind it.

Plenty of the most enticing of these eyebrow-raising sales have been on electric guitars, bass guitars and acoustic guitars, with many of the best of these, in turn, centering on Epiphone models.

Epiphones are widely revered for bringing top-notch setups, vintage looks and a wide array of tones to the table at prices attainable for the working musician.

This Cyber Monday, prices on a variety of Epiphones have been cut significantly. Whether you're in the market for a beginner electric guitar, a 'Burst that doesn't cost as much as a Ferrari or a bass that oozes retro charm, you can find it on sale here. 

You can bet, though, that these deals won't last forever, so be sure to strike while the iron's hot.

Epiphone Les Paul Special Player Pack: $249 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone Les Paul Special Player Pack: $249, $199  (opens in new tab)
Despite being wrongly seen as inferior Gibsons by some, Epiphones are in fact used by a handful of the best guitarists on the planet, and for $50 off you can get in on the action with this solid single-cut. The guitar will let you channel your inner Slash, while the included amp, strap, cable and picks will see you through your first stages as an aspiring player. This pack has been around for a while, and for good reason: it's one of the best you can get.

Epiphone ES-335 Traditional: $599 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone ES-335 Traditional: $599, $499 (opens in new tab)
Punching well above its weight when it comes to price versus spec, this Epiphone ES-335 gives you a much-hallowed guitar sound, now with a healthy $100 knocked off the regular price. Alnico V delivers extra oomph whilst the 5-ply Maple semi-hollow construction gives you an incredible playing experience.

Epiphone 1959 Les Paul Standard: $899 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone 1959 Les Paul Standard: $899, now $779 (opens in new tab)
A 'Burst on a budget? Count us in! This beautiful Epiphone brings the style of one of the most revered electric guitars ever built to a price point that isn't equivalent to buying a small home. Made in partnership with the Gibson Custom Shop, it's no cheap knockoff, and now – thanks to Musicians Friend – its price has been brought down by more than a $100 this Cyber Monday, to just $779. 

Epiphone Songmaker DR-100: was $169, now $129 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone Songmaker DR-100: was $169, now $129 (opens in new tab)
Epiphone is one of the most prolific guitar builders in the biz, with the trust of thousands of guitarists the world over. To join the club, why not pick up the Songmaker DR-100 – finished in Sunburst – at only $129? Normally priced at $169, this stylishly appointed six-string has had a cool $40 lopped off its tag. Now's the time to pounce.

Epiphone Starling: was $149 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone Starling: was $149, now $139 (opens in new tab)
Most beginner acoustics come with understated looks, with simple natural finishes and general no-frills aesthetics. But if you're the type to be louder about your visual tastes, there's few options better than the Epiphone Starling. Available in Starlight Blue, Wine Red, Ebony and Hot Pink Pearl, this vibrant strummer is priced at $139 for a limited time at Guitar Center.

Epiphone Hummingbird: $479 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone Hummingbird: $479, $399.99 (opens in new tab)
One of the icons of acoustic guitar, the Hummingbird has inspired countless guitar players with its distinctive looks and characterful tone. The full-fat version of this guitar is unfortunately out of reach for most players, but thankfully Epiphone has released its own version which is more than capable of holding its own. Featuring the same square-shouldered design and aesthetic appointments, it’s currently got $79 off in the Musician’s Friend Cyber Monday deals.

Epiphone J-45 Aged Wine Red Gloss: $749 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone J-45 Aged Wine Red Gloss: $749, now $549 (opens in new tab)
Epiphone's J-45 takes its stylistic and tonal cues from its Gibson big brother, with a solid Sitka spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides. Fishman electronics, meanwhile, bring a modern sonic element to this none-more-iconic dreadnought. Epiphone pricing makes this J-45 attainable for the working musician, and with a $200 discount on the Sweetwater-exclusive Aged Wine Red Gloss-finished model, now's the perfect time to pick one up.

Epiphone Embassy Wanderlust Green: $499 (opens in new tab)

Epiphone Embassy Wanderlust Green: $499, $399 (opens in new tab)
With an extended upper horn, improved balance and a pair of ProBucker 760 bass pickups that replicate the original Embassy model's Gibson Thunderbird pickups, getting the warm, thick low-end tones of the early/mid-60s will be a cinch. At $399 – rather than its usual $499 – at Sweetwater this Cyber Monday, the Wanderlust Green Metallic Embassy model is an absolute steal.

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Jackson Maxwell

Jackson is an Associate Editor at GuitarWorld.com. He’s been writing and editing stories about new gear, technique and guitar-driven music both old and new since 2014, and has also written extensively on the same topics for Guitar Player (opens in new tab). Elsewhere, his album reviews and essays have appeared in Louder (opens in new tab) and Unrecorded (opens in new tab). Though open to music of all kinds, his greatest love has always been indie, and everything that falls under its massive umbrella. To that end, you can find him on Twitter crowing about whatever great new guitar band you need to drop everything to hear right now.