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Guitar Center's Memorial Day sale is here! Save up to 35% off a host of guitar gear and accessories

Memorial Day Guitar Center deal
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With Memorial Day nearly here, the deals are coming in thick and fast. Although the big day isn't until Monday May 30, some of the biggest retailers have already slashed prices on thousands of electric guitars, acoustic guitars, basses, guitar amps and other accessories. One of these retailers is Guitar Center, who is offering savings up to 35% off guitar gear from now until June 1 (opens in new tab). In some cases, this equates to savings of hundreds of dollars on some of the most desirable gear out there. 

If this Memorial Day guitar sale doesn't include the brand new piece of gear you're after, then fear not! Guitar Center's Memorial Day coupon (opens in new tab) is here to save you 15% on any qualifying items. Just make sure to use the code memday15 at checkout, and enjoy the savings.

As is always the case, this Guitar Center Memorial Day sale offers discounts on a seriously wide range of gear. There's discounts on electric guitars from the likes of Fender, Squier and Epiphone, acoustic guitars from Martin and Yamaha, and guitar amps and effects from Vox and Friedman - and that's just the tip of the iceberg. We can't cover everything here, but these are our favorite picks from this Memorial Day guitar sale. First of all, there's $230 off this gorgeous Limited Edition HSS Fender Player Strat in Sienna Sunburst (opens in new tab), which, thanks to the HSS pickup configuration, is incredibly versatile. There's also a tasty $110 off this Squier Classic Vibe '60s Jazzmaster in Daphne Blue (opens in new tab), which is now less than $400, and a classy-looking Epiphone ES-335 in Inverness Green, which is now only $499 (opens in new tab) after having $100 knocked off the price. You'll need something to plug this all into, though - and with $200 off the classic Vox AC15C1X 1x12" combo (opens in new tab), it'll sound incredible.

Guitar Center's Memorial Day sale: Save up to 35% (opens in new tab)
This Memorial Day, save some serious cash at Guitar Center. Until June 1, you can save up to 35% on a huge range of guitar gear from big names like Fender, Martin, Yamaha, Vox and more - so whether your rig is in need of an upgrade, or you'd just like something new, GC is where it's at this Memorial Day.

Memorial Day coupon: 15% off w/ code memday15 (opens in new tab)
Is the gear you want not in the Memorial Day sale? Well, not to worry. With the discount code memday15, you can get 15% off any qualifying item over $199. The list of discounted gear is vast - so we're sure you'll find something right for you.

For those who prefer the unplugged lifestyle, there's some great acoustic guitar deals to be had. The Yamaha F335 is now available for only $129 - that's a 24% discount - in three brilliant finishes (opens in new tab), and for those with a bit more to spend, the Martin 000-X1AE is only $499 (opens in new tab) - that's $100 (or 17%) off the full price.

You low-end merchants might always be made to stand at the back of band photos, but fear not - you haven't been forgotten. You can save a sweet $110 on this Ltd Ed Squier Classic Vibe '70s Precision Bass in Surf Green (opens in new tab) which is now available for only $399. 

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I’m a Junior Deals Writer here at Guitar World - the ideal job for a gear nerd like myself. I, along with help from the rest of the eCommerce team, write, maintain and update our buyer’s guides and keep you up to date with the latest and best deals on killer gear. Before working on Guitar World I was a guitar salesman at a local music store, so I know a thing or two about matching people with their perfect instruments. I’ve also worked for online music distributors RouteNote, and toured the UK and Europe with my old band Hypophora. In my spare time, you’ll catch me writing songs, taking my greyhound, Simba, to the beach, or getting very nerdy about coffee.