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There are MASSIVE discounts on Boss's awesome-sounding Nextone guitar amps right now - but stock is running low

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One of the biggest guitar deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday has been this almighty discount on Boss's Nextone guitar amps - and now's your last chance to get one.

The 40-watt Boss Nextone Stage amp is currently on sale for just $299 at Guitar Center, which is an impressive 40% off the original $499.99 price tag, while the 80-watt Artist version is on sale for $499.99 at Sam Ash, with nearly 30% off the RRP.

Considering the company has been making high quality pedals since the mid-‘70s, many of which have been spotted under the noses of some of the world’s biggest and most influential artists, it would be fair to say that Boss know a thing or two about what guitarists are looking for.

In 2016, it announced their Katana amp line offering “class-defying tone, touch response, and presence” as well as built-in effects at an affordable price. They quickly became some of the best-selling amps of their type.

At the end of last year, Boss added the Nextone series to its line of guitar amps, offering four analog class AB power circuits (6V6, 6L6, EL84, EL34) through two channels.

The idea behind their Tube Logic technology was to bring the sound and feel of both American and British classic valve amps into the modern era, housed together in one lightweight, affordable and reliable unit.

The modeling amps also feature a boost, a line-out, a phones/recording output and some of those famous effects you’d be hoping for (delay, reverb and tremolo).

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Boss Nextone Stage amp: $299.99 | $350 off @ Guitar Center (opens in new tab)
Few can compete with this all-in-one package, with advanced tweaking options, effects and four different analog Class AB power circuits.

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Boss Nextone Artist amp: $499.99 | $200 off at Sam Ash (opens in new tab)
The bigger brother in the do-it-all series, offering the same tones and effects, plus even more versatility and power at 80-watts.

While these amps are incredibly user-friendly for those who prefer to simply plug in and play, there’s plenty of tonal sculpting available through the Nextone Editor via USB, offering access to bias, sag, EQ, effects and pedal settings for the optional GA-FC foot controller.

If you’re looking for a low-cost stage amp that will virtually do it all - and to a very high level - these deals will take some beating - and we've seen these sell out at several retailers already, so definitely don't wait to pick one up...

Cyber Monday deals from around the web

  • Amazon.com (opens in new tab) - new Cyber Monday deals every day
  • GuitarCenter.com (opens in new tab) - loads of great Cyber Monday deals for musicians
  • Sweetwater.com (opens in new tab) - save up to 74% on gear for guitarists
  • SamAsh.com (opens in new tab) - score savings on thousands of products
  • Zzounds.com (opens in new tab) - make big holiday savings on music equipment
  • MusiciansFriend.com (opens in new tab) - save up to 15% with code CYBERWEEK19
  • Walmart.com (opens in new tab) - great deals on music gear

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Amit has been writing for titles like Total GuitarMusicRadar and Guitar World for over a decade and counts Richie Kotzen, Guthrie Govan and Jeff Beck among his primary influences. He's interviewed everyone from Ozzy Osbourne and Lemmy to Slash and Jimmy Page, and once even traded solos with a member of Slayer on a track released internationally. As a session guitarist, he's played alongside members of Judas Priest and Uriah Heep in London ensemble Metalworks, as well as handling lead guitars for legends like Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols, The Faces) and Stu Hamm (Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, G3).