Looking to get a new guitar, drum set, keyboard, amp, or other musical instrument or accessory this holiday season? If so, then get ready for Guitar Center’s famous Black Friday sale that’s set to go live here soon over the upcoming Thanksgiving weekend. They usually go all-out on the deals (as you can see down below in last year’s ad scan) so stay tuned for deals to come shortly.
Of course that doesn’t mean some great bargains can’t be had now. Guitar Center’s clearance and outlet sections are worth checking out for a look at their sale items and last chance buys (including discounted re-stock and open box items).
What new gear are you planning on picking up this year at Guitar Center? Let us know in the comments below.
With a new day comes a new ad getting leaked to us. This time it’s Guitar Center waiting us up early this morning! Regardless if you’re just learning how to play a new instrument or if you’re a pro, you’ll find something for you this year at Guitar Center. We’ve posted the full ad scan below so check it out. Stores open at 6:00am on Friday November 27, 2015 with most of the offers running through Sunday. You’ll also be able to shop online at guitarcenter.com.
This year some of our favorite deals are on are on there acoustic and electric guitars, like the Fender FA135CE on sale for $149.99 ($30.00 off) and Ibanez AEG2011 for $299.99 ($100.00 of). Or if you’re just getting started, then check out the Rogue RD80PK Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Pack on sale for just $79.99 (it includes everything you need to get started!).
There are also a number of digital pianos and digital keyboards to choose from this year. Be sure to check out the the Williams Legato 88-key digital piano on sale for $149.00 and the Casio CDP-130 digital piano on sale for $299.99.
And if you get to stores super early, then you can score one of their awesome doorbuster deals. That includes a full-size 4-piece complete drum set for $149.99… and that also includes a free $50.00 gift card offer! You’ll also find the Rougue RR200 Rocketeer Deluxe electric guitar on sale for just $69.99, the Epiphone Les Paul Special-I electric guitar on sale for just $89.99, and the Roland Cube Amp for just $69.99.
If you’re heading to stores, don’t forget to clip your coupon to save 15% on any single-item non-sale item priced at $299.00 or more (some exclusions may apply). Plus if you don’t have the cash to pay for everything now, you can apply for 36-month interest-free financing (subject to credit approval).
Regardless if you’re just a beginner looking to learn how to play a new instrument or of you’re an expert needing some new equipment, Guitar Center’s Black Friday sale should have you covered. Starting 6:00am on Friday, you’ll have until Sunday night to bring the coupon could in your newspaper circular to save an extra 15% on anything storewide (excluding sale and certain items).
In terms of the doorbuster deals, be sure to check out the Rougue full-sized caustic guitar on sale for just $39.00 (only 18 units per store). For a few bucks more you can pick up a limited-edition Les Paul electric guitar. Or if you need a new drum set for yourself or as a christmas gift, then be sure to take a look at the Musican’s Gear 4-piece drum set with cymbals and all required hardware for assembly for just $99.00. Finally, Guitar Center has an exclusive Williams Legato 88-key digital piano on sale for $149.00 (limit one per customer).
If you are a mom or dad looking to get your kid excited about learning a new instrument but are not looking forward to all the racket and noisy nights to come, then be sure to check out the electronic drum kits that are on sale. A basic kit can be picked up for as low as $179.00. For something a little more advanced, you’l find the Simmons SD500 full-sized 5-piece drum kit for $499.00.
For the DJ in the family, a Numark USB turntable in on sale for 50% off at $49.99 and a Pioneer DJ Controller can be picked up for $199.00 on sale. You can also buy an entire desktop recording studio, with a Mac Mini included, for $99.00.
Here’s the entire 4-page ad for 2014: