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Save BIG with the best Epiphone guitar deals this Cyber Monday

Epiphone Cyber Monday deals
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As you may have noticed, we’ve been keeping a close eye on the best guitar deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and one brand that keeps popping up is Epiphone: the Gibson-owned company has had a huge number of its models reduced, and we’ve shared the very best deals below.

We’ve seen a bevy of Les Pauls (including a rather tasty Silverburst), a classic-looking SG, a pair of gorgeous ES-335s, a double-neck and a ton of acoustics, including one seriously good-looking Hummingbird.

These deals are unlikely to last long - we’ve seen stock disappear, and prices go up and down in the space of hours - so don’t wait around: we’d hate for you to miss out...

Electric guitars

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Epiphone Les Paul Traditional PRO-III Plus: $699, now $549 (opens in new tab)
This Epiphone not only has the looks - thanks to a gorgeous flame maple top - but it has tones to die for, too, with made-in-USA Gibson ’57 Classic and Super ’57 zebra pickups, enhanced by coil-split, boost and phase controls via push-pull control pots. Sub-$1,000 Les Pauls don’t come much better than this, especially with $150 off the asking price at Musician's Friend.

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Epiphone Limited Edition 1966 G-400 PRO: $429, now $349 (opens in new tab)
Available in Cherry or Black, this SG is the real deal for a bargain price. You get the classic horned mahogany body and Silm Taper set mahogany neck, teamed with a pair of high-output Alnico Classic Pro humbuckers, ideal for getting your Iommi on.

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Epiphone Ltd Ed ES-335 PRO: $100 off at Musician’s Friend (opens in new tab)
This authentic affordable version of Gibson’s iconic ES-335 outline boasts classic looks and tones, courtesy of Alnico Classic PRO humbuckers pickups, and is available for $399 in Ebony, Sunburst and Cherry finishes.

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Epiphone ES-339 P90 PRO: $499 $379 at Musician’s Friend (opens in new tab)
An almighty $120 discount makes this P90-loaded semi-hollow a must-buy for blues and roots guitarists, and boasts added comfort thanks to a reduced ES-style body and SlimTaper ‘D’-profile neck.

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Epiphone Slash Firebird: now $599 at Sam Ash (opens in new tab)
Slash may be best known for wielding Les Pauls, but his partnership with Epiphone has yielded this particularly attractive take on the Firebird, boasting a Translucent Black-finished AAA flame maple top and three-piece mahogany body, teamed with Seymour Duncan ‘Slash’ open-coil humbuckers. A tidy $200 saving is available if you’ve got an appetite for, um, discounts.

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$130 off Epiphone's Les Paul Silverburst at Musician's Friend (opens in new tab)
This sleek, nicely spec'd Les Paul is now available for $549, down $130 from its usual $679 price tag.

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Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Pro Electric Guitar Ebony: $499 (opens in new tab)
This P-90 loaded beauty features a maple/mahogany construction, finished in an ebony which compliments the off-white hardware in an a supremely stylish way.

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Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul PlusTop PRO: save $100! (opens in new tab)
This beautiful guitar's Antique Natural carved flamed maple top pairs wonderfully with the Pau Ferro fretboard and trapezoid inlays to create that classic Les Paul look in a fraction of the price. 

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Epiphone Les Paul Quilt Top Cherry Sunburst: only $429! (opens in new tab)
Save $100 on this gorgeous quilt top Les Paul. With a mahogany body, rosewood fretboard and coil-split humbucking pickup, this guitar is spec'd miles beyond its price bracket. 

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Get $30 off the Epiphone Limited Edition Les Paul Special-I (opens in new tab)
This is a limited edition version of Epiphone's best selling model. Loved by both beginners and seasoned veterans, this thing is a workhorse that's now available for just $129.

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Get $150 off the Epiphone G-1275 Double Neck (opens in new tab)
This limited edition doubleneck will be guaranteed to turn heads, from the living room to the stage.

Acoustic guitars

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Epiphone Hummingbird PRO: $299 at Musician's Friend (opens in new tab)
Get this visually striking ebony acoustic guitar - complete with decorative flower scratchplate design and split parallelogram inlays for 20% off. Spruce/mahogany construction deliver a sweet, well-balanced tone.

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Epiphone Limited Edition EJ-160E: now only $349.99 (opens in new tab)
Bag yourself this incredible Epiphone acoustic-electric at an incredible $150 or 30% off. Complete with volume an tone controls, this guitar can do it all. 

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Epiphone Caballero Artist - Aged Natural; was $269, now $219 (opens in new tab)
This limited-edition Epiphone Caballero Artist celebrates the first acoustic Epiphone produced after merging with Gibson in the late '50s. It follows the original small-bodied acoustic guitar design, now with an upgraded solid Sitka spruce top. There’s also mahogany back and sides, a rosewood fingerboard on an authentic '60s SlimTaper neck shape and the addition of a Shadow ePerformer electronics setup, which lets you plug in for excellent onstage tone.

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Epiphone Caballero Artist - Vintage Sunburst; was $269, now $219 (opens in new tab)
Like the aged natural finish Caballero Artist, this limited-edition vintage sunburst topped model celebrates the first acoustic Epiphone produced after merging with Gibson in the late '50s. It follows the original small-bodied acoustic guitar design, now with an upgraded solid Sitka spruce top. There’s also mahogany back and sides, a rosewood fingerboard on an authentic '60s SlimTaper neck shape and the addition of a Shadow Performer electronics setup, which lets you plug in for excellent onstage tone.

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Epiphone 1963 AJ-45S - Natural; was $269, now $219 (opens in new tab)
The Epiphone Limited Edition 1963 AJ-45S is an Advanced Jumbo sized acoustic with a close resemblance to the early-'60s model it re-creates. There’s a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides, smooth-playing '60s SlimTaper mahogany neck and Granadillo fingerboard for the sweet balladeer tone you'd expect from a Gibson, but at an entry-level Epiphone price.

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Epiphone 1963 AJ-45S - Vintage Sunburst; was $269, now $219 (opens in new tab)
Like the natural finish 1963 AJ-45S, this limited-edition vintage sunburst topped AJ is an Advanced Jumbo sized acoustic with a close resemblance to the early-'60s model it re-creates. There’s a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides, smooth-playing '60s SlimTaper mahogany neck and Granadillo fingerboard for the sweet balladeer tone you'd expect from a Gibson, but at an entry-level Epiphone price.

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Epiphone DR-100S – Natural; was $169, now $139 (opens in new tab)
The best-selling DR-100S dreadnought boasts a solid Sitka spruce top on a select mahogany body, a solid mahogany neck with a SlimTaper C profile and a rosewood fingerboard. There’s also a reverse-belly granadillo bridge for balanced sound and comfortable feel, 14:1 tuning machines, the classic Epiphone E on the pickguard and a satin finish.

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Epiphone DR-100S - Vintage Sunburst; was $169, now $139 (opens in new tab)
Like the natural finish version, the vintage sunburst DR-100S dreadnought boasts a solid Sitka spruce top on a select mahogany body, a solid mahogany neck with a SlimTaper C profile and a rosewood fingerboard. There’s also a reverse-belly granadillo bridge for balanced sound and comfortable feel, 14:1 tuning machines, the classic Epiphone E on the pickguard and a satin finish.

Oh, and let's not forget the Gibson Dark Knight

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Gibson Les Paul Dark Knight: $2,999 at Guitar Center (opens in new tab)
This stealthy special-edition Les Paul features a stunning Smoke-Black satin-finished quilted maple top, weight-relieved body and ’57 Classic and Classic Plus humbuckers, with coil-split and phase options.

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) - save up to 15% with code CYBER15
  • 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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Michael Astley-Brown
Michael Astley-Brown

Mike is Editor-in-Chief of GuitarWorld.com, in addition to being an offset fiend and recovering pedal addict. He has a master's degree in journalism, and has spent the past decade writing and editing for guitar publications including MusicRadar (opens in new tab), Total Guitar and Guitarist, as well as the best part of 20 years performing in bands of variable genre (and quality). In his free time, you'll find him making progressive instrumental rock under the nom de plume Maebe (opens in new tab).