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Guitar Center's massive Cyber Week sale has landed with prices slashed on Fender, Gretsch, Schecter, PRS and more

Guitar Center's massive Cyber Week sale has landed with prices slashed on everything from Fender to Gretsch, Schecter to PRS
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Well, Cyber Monday is here and while it’s supposed to be a one-day event, it seems nobody told Guitar Center, as they have just launched their Cyber Week sale, which runs until December 8. This epic sale is your last chance to grab a bargain, with crazy discounts on everything from Gretsch and Fender electric guitars, Epiphone and Martin acoustic guitars, and a whole bunch of pedals. So if you’re in the market for anything guitar-related then this is the place for you. 

We must say we are very impressed with the deals on offer here, with some being better than they were on Friday. So whether you are looking for a heavily discounted beginner acoustic guitar, a tasty discount on a shred-tastic metal guitar, or a stellar deal on a brand new Fender Stratocaster you’ll definitely find it in this Cyber Monday sale. 

Below you’ll find some of our highlights and if you want to have a browse of some more guitar-related deals you’ll want to check out our Cyber Monday guitar deals page.

We've seen some hot ticket items sell out in recent days, so even though there's a few days left on the sale we'd recommend you take pull the trigger as soon as you see a deal that catches your eye.

Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro V: $2,099

Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro V: $2,099, $1,599
The Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro V is about as versatile as a Les Paul gets, packing coil-splits and out-of-phase switches, and comes in a luxurious Satin Wine Red finish. If you're in the market for a bonafide rock machine, this has to be your next guitar – especially with Guitar Center slashing the price to just $1,599.

D'Angelico Premier Bedford: $799.99

D'Angelico Premier Bedford: $799.99, now $499.99
Okay, D’Angelico may be more famous for their legendary Jazz guitars, but they have an offset that would easily rival the offset royalty, Fender. With a versatile HSS setup, a Strat-style tremolo, and a user-friendly control layout, the Bedford is a guitar you have to try - and with $300 off you have no excuse not to give it ago.  

Fender Player Strat, Black: $799

Fender Player Strat, Black: $799, now $699
David Gilmour's iconic black Strat is one of the most valuable (and most expensive) guitars on the planet. Luckily for you, Guitar Center has slashed $100 off the price of a Player Strat with a similar aesthetic – so you can get those Comfortably Numb vibes at a steal. That iconic Strat tone is delivered by three Player series single coils - with the maple fingerboard providing that signature 'snap' to compliment. Thanks very much, GC!

Squier Stratocaster Ltd-Ed Pack: $249

Squier Stratocaster Ltd-Ed Pack: $249, now $199
Start learning guitar today with this all-in-one pack, which includes an electric guitar based on Fender's classic Stratocaster design, a Squier Frontman 10G amp – featuring aux in and headphone out jacks – plus all the accessories you need to get playing now: a 10" cable, strap, gigbag and even picks.

Epiphone Hummingbird EC Studio: $479

Epiphone Hummingbird EC Studio: $479, now $379
Regardless of style, from heavy strumming to light fingerstyle, it's all nectar to the Hummingbird. This iconic acoustic looks like a dread and can sound like a dread, but it has a softer, more tender side too. Fantastic build quality, a solid spruce top and Fishman electronics make this 'bird an absolute bargain at $379 at Guitar Center.

Epiphone Les Paul Custom Silverburst: $729

Epiphone Les Paul Custom Silverburst: $729, $629
If you're a Tool fan and can't hold on for that Adam Jones Epiphone, this Les Paul Custom has the all-important Silverburst finish, and an almighty $100 chopped off its asking price. The PAF-voiced ProBucker pickups, Grover tuners and classy bound body are just the icing on the cake.

Boss Pocket GT: was $249, now $149

Boss Pocket GT: was $249, now $149
With an integrated YouTube learning function, 99 user memories, 100 amps and effects, the same sound engine as Boss's GT-1 floor processor, and more, the Pocket GT is a terrific & portable practice Swiss Army Knife. Now, thanks to Guitar Center, it's available for a mouth-watering discount.

Gretsch G2420T Streamliner: $549.99

Gretsch G2420T Streamliner: $549.99, $349.99
Gretsch Streamliner guitars are stonking value at full retail price, so this deal at Guitar Center makes the G2420T unmissable. Nothing sounds like a Gretsch and this maple-bodied, Bigsby-rocking hollow-body nails that signature tone precisely, in no small part due to the wonderfully sonic BroadTron humbucking pickups. You know you've always wanted one…

Mitchell MU40 Soprano uke: was $49.99, now $29.99

Mitchell MU40 Soprano uke: was $49.99, now $29.99
Get ahead of the game and sort out a ukulele for those summer nights round the campfire. This mini strummer features a lindenwood body build and walnut fingerboard for price-defying sound and playability, and in this killer pre-Cyber Monday deal, you can get it for just $29.99.

Fender Player Strat HSS Ltd Ed: $829

Fender Player Strat HSS Ltd Ed: $829, now $699
If you're more P!NK than Pink Floyd, then this humbucker-equipped equivalent might be a little more you. Delivering some fantastic modern and classic Strat tones, the combination of Player series single coils and the bridge humbucker really adds that extra kick of power. This Candy Red Burst-finished powerhouse is now only $699, with $130 slashed off the asking price.

Fender Player Strat, Surf Pearl: $799

Fender Player Strat, Surf Pearl: $799, now $699.99
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 $799 to just $699 at Guitar Center this Cyber Monday...

Ibanez GRGM21M: was $149

Ibanez GRGM21M: was $149, now $119.99
Fancy something a little more metal-friendly to kickstart your journey? This shred-ready Ibanez is sure to do the trick. Its 22.2" scale will make finding your way around the scales a dream, and will have you blitzing up the 'board like Steve Vai in no time. Let's not forget those high-output Powersound pickups, either, which are sure to quench any thirst you may have for scorching gains.

ESP LTD EC10: was $199,

ESP LTD EC10: was $199, $149
If you're a fan of contemporary single-cuts, you won't find a much better option than the ESP LTD EC10, which looks the part of a professional instruments but plays as easy as an entry-level axe. Standout features include the rosewood fretboard – an impressive appointment, given the cost – and the U-shaped neck, which will get you accustomed to gliding up and down the fretboard in no time.

MXR FOD Drive: Was $169.99, now $149.99

MXR FOD Drive: Was $169.99, now $149.99
Looking for some high-gain pedal action? Well the MXR FOD might be the little red box for you. The FOD Drive delivers dual-drive sounds and comes with a handy blend control which allows you to set the mix ratio of the two signals. 

MXR Tremolo: $159.99

MXR Tremolo: $159.99, now $139.99
A tremolo pedal is a valuable addition to any 'board - and this MXR offers up a wealth of tremolo styles such as MXR, Bias, Reverse Optic, Optic, Square Wave and Harmonic. 

Walrus Audio Eras: Was $199, now $159.20

Walrus Audio Eras: Was $199, now $159.20
This five mode distortion pedal certainly packs a punch, and is perfect for high-gain riffage. This pedal also comes with a blend control which allows you to mix in your dry signal. 

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First and foremost, I'm a guitar enthusiast – a fanatic, some might say. I'm a firm believer that most of the world's problems can be solved with a Gibson SG and a catastrophically loud amp. As Junior Deals Writer on Guitar World, I write about guitars for a living, but in a past life, I worked in music retail for 7 years, advising customers on the right guitars, basses, drums, pianos, and PA systems for their needs. I also have a passion for live sound; I'm a fully qualified sound engineer with experience working in various venues in Scotland, where I live with my wife and dog.