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A Ton of Guitars Are Now on Sale at Guitar Center

Choose from Fender, Martin, Gretsch and more.


To celebrate 4th of July, Guitar Center is offering up to 30 percent off on a ton of guitars, amps and accessories. Choose from brands like Fender, Martin and Gretsch, but act fast — this deal ends soon.

If you’re in the market for a new Fender, you can save $100 on a black Special Edition Standard Strat. The alder-body guitar has a Modern ‘C’ neck profile, a maple fretboard, a Fender Synchronized Tremolo and aged-white knobs. Or if you’re a Tele lover, pick up a Special Edition Standard Tele loaded with a pair of humbucking pickups for $100 off. For fans of offset guitars, a Special Edition Standard Jaguar is also on sale; The instrument comes in a Surf Pearl finish (an homage to the Jaguar’s early days) and has an alder body, a 22-fret maple neck and a Pau Ferro fingerboard.

But if you’ve been searching for a great acoustic, you can save $100 on an entry-level X Series Custom X1-000E guitar. This acoustic-electric guitar has a solid spruce top with A-Frame ‘X-1’ bracing, mahogany back and sides and a Fishman undersaddle piezo pickup. For those who want a dreadnought under a grand, the Custom D Classic is discounted $300 and costs just $899. It features a solid Sitka spruce top, mahogany back and sides, an Indian rosewood fingerboard and a mortise-and-tenon neck joint. For the biggest savings, check out the D-28 Special VTS Dreadnought. It is currently discounted $1,170 and costs $2,699. A vintage-inspired instrument designed to replicate the sound of Golden Era ‘30s Martins, this guitar features a Solid Sitka spruce top, Indian rosewood back and sides, a mahogany neck, an ebony fingerboard, Gotoh tuners and a bone saddle and neck.

So if you see something you like, act fast — these are limited-time deals that end on the 4th.

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