Bag $150 off PRS’s high-end SE A50E acoustic electric in this blinding Black Friday deal

PRS SE A50E acoustic
(Image credit: PRS)

If you’re on a mission to upgrade your acoustic guitar collection but are yet to find a Black Friday guitar deal that truly tickles your fancy, we may have something that might win you over. Guitar Center is offering $150 off two of its PRS SE A50E acoustic electric guitars, meaning you can scoop an immensely well spec’d, gorgeous-looking guitar for $799.

This deal will be particularly interesting for more well-versed players – don’t fret beginners, there’s plenty for you on our best beginners guitars Black Friday deals guide – who are on the hunt to splash a bit of cash on a truly stunning acoustic capable of taking their playing to the next level.

PRS SE A50E Acoustic-Electric: was $949, now $799

PRS SE A50E Acoustic-Electric: was $949, now $799
PRS really went to town with this one. The stunning instrument – spec'd with a surgical precision – features a mouth-watering burst-finished maple back, which helps house the X/Classical hybrid bracing. When paired with the Fishman GT1 pickup system, it makes for one stellar-sounding six-string; one that will have chords singing off the fretboard and give fingerpickers sustain for days. A top quality option for serious players looking to take the next step in their acoustic game.

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Matt Owen
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Matt is a Senior Staff Writer, writing for Guitar World, Guitarist and Total Guitar. He has a Masters in the guitar, a degree in history, and has spent the last 16 years playing everything from blues and jazz to indie and pop. When he’s not combining his passion for writing and music during his day job, Matt records for a number of UK-based bands and songwriters as a session musician.