You can already save hundreds this Independence Day with Guitar Center's early 4th of July sale

Guitar Center July 4th deal
(Image credit: Epiphone/Fender/Jackson)

If there's one thing we all love more than a huge sale, it's celebrating Independence Day with friends and family. Combining the two, then, is the obvious choice – and although it's always been a great time to pick up a bargain piece of furniture or tech, there's something in it for us guitarists too. Speaking of which, Guitar Center has dropped its deals a few days early, offering up to 35% off a wide range of amazing guitar-related gear from some of the biggest names in the industry until July 6.

This is, in our opinion, one of the best Guitar Center deals to date. With over 800 products on offer and some with monumental discounts, we can wholeheartedly say that there's something in this deal for everyone whether you want a new electric guitar, acoustic guitar, guitar amp, bass amp or accessories.

Guitar Center 4th of July sale: Save up to 35%

Guitar Center 4th of July sale: Save up to 35%
In the words of Guitar Center – 'start the fireworks early' and save some serious cash with these early 4th of July deals. There's big savings available on electric guitars from the likes of Epiphone and Gretsch, acoustic guitars from names like Fender and Breedlove, and amps from the likes of Blackstar, among many others. You've got until July 6 – so don't hang around.

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James Farmer

James is a freelance writer and former Junior Deals Writer at Guitar World. Before writing, James worked as a guitar salesman at a local music store, so he knows a thing or two about matching people with their perfect instruments. James also has experience working in other areas of the music trade, having briefly worked for online music distributor, RouteNote. James is a guitarist, bassist and drummer and has also toured the UK and Europe with his old band Hypophora.