Guitar Center's Memorial Day sale has landed with up to 35% off a host of guitar gear – including $200 off the P90-loaded Gibson Les Paul Standard

Guitar Center's Memorial Day sale is here! Save up to 35% off a host of guitar gear and accessories
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Memorial Day is here and the deals have been coming in thick and fast. Some of the biggest retailers have already slashed prices on thousands of electric guitars, acoustic guitars, basses, guitar amps and other accessories as part of their Memorial Day guitar sales. In our opinion, one of the best and most varied sales comes courtesy of  Guitar Center, who is offering savings up to 35% off guitar gear to to May 29th. In some cases, this equates to savings of hundreds of dollars on some of the most desirable gear out there. 

As is always the case, this Guitar Center Memorial Day sale offers discounts on a seriously wide range of gear. There are discounts on electric guitars from Fender and Gibson, acoustic guitars from Martin and Yamaha, and guitar amps and effects from Blackstar and Friedman - and that's just the tip of the iceberg. 

Guitar Center Memorial Day sale: Save up to 35%

Guitar Center Memorial Day sale: Save up to 35%
Save some serious cash at Guitar Center. Until May 29th, you can save up to 35% on a wide range of guitar gear from big names like Fender, Gibson, Yamaha, Blackstar, and more. So whether your rig needs an upgrade or you'd just like something new, GC is where it's at this Memorial Day.

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Daryl Robertson
Senior Deals Writer

Daryl is a Senior Deals Writer at Guitar World, where he creates and maintains our 200+ buyer's guides, finds the best deals on guitar products, and tests the latest gear. His reviews have been featured in prominent publications like Total Guitar, Future Music magazine, and

During his career, he has been lucky enough to talk to many of his musical heroes, having interviewed Slash and members of Sum 41, Foo Fighters, Feeder, Thrice, and more. In a past life, Daryl worked in music retail. For a little under a decade, he advised everyone from absolute beginners to seasoned pros on the right gear for their needs. 

Daryl is also a fully qualified sound engineer, holding a first-class Bachelor's degree in Creative Sound Production from the University of Abertay.