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Save big with the best Cyber Monday Fender guitar deals

Cyber Monday guitar deals: Fender Player Series electric guitars
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If you're reading this, you probably don't need much of an explainer on the importance of Fender to the world of guitars. 

From the Stratocaster - the world's best-selling electric guitar - to the Telecaster to the Jazzmaster, Fender often sets the tone for the rest of the industry.

The company also offers a truly dizzying array of guitars and guitar gear, with looks and sounds diverse enough to please everyone from twee singer/songwriters to masked metalheads.

Unsurprisingly, the company's Cyber Monday guitar deals also run the gamut of sounds and styles.

From the perfect beginner electric guitar – the Squier Bullet Mustang – to the Fender California Newporter Player acoustic guitar and the Fender Player Telecaster Plus – not to mention a number of nicely spec'd bass guitars – you can find great deals on any number of Fenders below.

Cyber Monday Fender deals: Electric guitars

Fender Player Stratocaster, Black: $699

Fender Player Stratocaster, Black: $699 $599 at Guitar Center
Looking to snag that David Gilmour swag for less? This limited-edition black Player Strat is your ticket to Pink Floyd vibes, while its trio of articulate single coils will have your leads shining. This is a crazy diamond of a deal.

Fender Player Strat in Shell Pink: Was $724.99, now $599.99

Fender Player Strat in Shell Pink: Was $724.99, now $599.99
The Limited Edition Fender Player Stratocaster in Shell Pink is a versatile guitar with loads of character in a frankly glorious color. And with $125 off the list price at Guitar Center, it’s the perfect time to dip in.

Fender Player Strat in Surf Pearl: Was $699.99, now $599.99

Fender Player Strat in Surf Pearl: Was $699.99, now $599.99
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 $699 to just $599 at Guitar Center.

Squier Bullet Mustang HH: was $179, now

Squier Bullet Mustang HH: was $179, now $129, save $50
Get the perfect electric guitar for beginners in this unbelievable Black Friday deal. Start playing straight out of the box, thanks to a short 24" scale, which makes your first chords and solos easy, while those dual humbuckers will deliver plenty of output for whatever style you want to play.

Squier FSR Bullet Telecaster: $179

Squier FSR Bullet Telecaster: $179 $139, save $40
In the market for your first electric guitar? You can't go far wrong with this Squier Bullet Tele. Featuring a basswood body, ergonomic C-shaped neck and effortlessly playable Indian laurel fingerboard, this guitar will keep you playing comfortably for hours on end – and that Butterscotch Blonde finish is just to die for.

Cyber Monday Fender deals: Acoustic guitars

Fender CD-60SCE All Mahogany acoustic-electric: was $329.99, now $249.99

Fender CD-60SCE All Mahogany acoustic-electric: was $329.99, now $249.99
If the standard mahogany CD-60S just isn’t quite fancy enough, you’ll love this limited edition acoustic-electric option from Fender. It’s still got the same slim neck as the regular model, but the cutaway provides easy access to the upper frets making those lead lines a breeze. The electronics are courtesy of Fishman, and include a built-in tuner, so you’re all set for live performances and easy recording. No mics needed here! Grab it today with $80 off at Musician’s Friend.

Fender California Newporter Player Teal Satin: $429

Fender California Newporter Player Teal Satin: $429 $329
This one breaks the $300 mark, but we promise, the extra investment will pay dividends. The Fender California Newporter Player is set up for incredible tone and playability, boasting a solid Sitka spruce top, mahogany back and sides, satin-finished mahogany neck, 20-fret walnut fingerboard and Fishman pickup system. Visually, it's a real eye-catcher, too. With a top finished in a luxurious Teal Satin, a two-ring rosette and a Strat-style headstock, you'll be turning heads all the while this baby's in your hands.

Fender FA-135CE guitar: Was $199.99, now $149.99

Fender FA-135CE guitar: Was $199.99, now $149.99
You really can’t go wrong with the big ‘F’ on the headstock. The slim neck and comfortable body size mean this guitar is impossible to put down, making the Fender FA-135CE a perfect beginner instrument. Natural, Black, Sunburst and classy all-mahogany finishes are all available from Guitar Center, who are knocking off $50 off.

Fender CD-60S All-Mahogany: $199.99 at Guitar Center

Fender CD-60S All-Mahogany: $199.99 at Guitar Center
This classic version of the CD-60S has a warm, mellow tone with plenty of punch, courtesy of the all-mahogany body and solid mahogany top. Considering this is something that you’d usually only find on guitars at twice the price, you’re getting a serious amount of guitar for the money. The neck is slim and comfortable for players of all sizes, so those awkward chord shapes will be a walk in the park. For only $199, this guitar is a steal.

Cyber Monday Fender deals: Bass guitars

Squier Contemporary Active Jazz Bass: $80 off @ Sweetwater

Squier Contemporary Active Jazz Bass: $80 off @ Sweetwater
This tricked-out take on the Jazz Bass is available with a whopping $80 discount, bringing prices down to $399 for a four-string, and $449 for a five-string. Even better, this active humbucker-loaded bass is available in four Sweetwater-exclusive finishes – Satin Black, Midnight Satin, Burgundy Satin and Olive Satin – complete with roasted maple necks and fingerboards.

Squier Jazz Bass & Fender Rumble bass amp pack: $100 off!

Squier Jazz Bass & Fender Rumble bass amp pack: $100 off! Everything you need to get started on bass. The easy-playing, professional-sounding Squier Affinity Jazz Bass, the portable, powerful Fender Rumble 15 bass combo, a gig bag, strap, cable, and a free 3-month subscription to Fender Play – all for just $230 at Guitar Center!

Jackson Maxwell

Jackson is an Associate Editor at He’s been writing and editing stories about new gear, technique and guitar-driven music both old and new since 2014, and has also written extensively on the same topics for Guitar Player. Elsewhere, his album reviews and essays have appeared in Louder and Unrecorded. Though open to music of all kinds, his greatest love has always been indie, and everything that falls under its massive umbrella. To that end, you can find him on Twitter crowing about whatever great new guitar band you need to drop everything to hear right now.