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Black Friday / Cyber Monday Sales at Sweetwater

Everyday is Black Friday this week at Sweetwater
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Fort Wayne-based retailer Sweetwater is launching a giant week-long Black Friday / Cyber Monday sale. As partners, we are listing the best offers you’ll get online on music instruments and audio gear during this special week. Offers are sorted by categories so you’ll easily find what you’re looking to spend your hard-earned money for.

The RME Fireface UFX range is one of the best connected audio interfaces on the planet and the II boasts 30-in/30-out at 24-bit/192kHz, with four Mic/Instrument Preamps. If youre thinking of upgrading your studio with that legendary RME stability and sound quality, then youre in luck as Sweetwater now has the Fireface UFX II reduced with 20% off, down to $2,299.

Save 15% on hundreds of pedals

Its a veritable stomp box bonanza this year at Sweetwater, with a sale on such a wide-range of guitar pedal manufacturers including Wampler, Bognor, Diezel, Morgan, EarthQuaker Devices, Morley and much more.

Closeout deal on the Alesis DM10 Studio MK2

 

The Alesis DM10 Studio MK2 has been reduced for the very last time, by a huge $300 – now just $799.99. Featuring the same mesh heads found on the Command e-kits, the DM10s module comes preloaded with 54 great drum kits and 671 instrument sounds and is perfectly complemented with the five drum pads, four cymbal pads and chrome hardware.

50% off Arturia V-Collection 6

Arturias epic software bundle, V-Collection 6, was launched with three new emulations and in those three new additions saw two digital heavy-hitters from the 80s and a cornerstone in west-coast synthesis. Of course were talking about the DX7, Fairlight and Buchla Easel respectively. Not only that, but the sixth edition also saw a new, sumptuous, user interface with scalable windows. The whole package has now been slashed in half for the holidays and now comes in at just $249 for the download edition.

Epic PRS SE Angleus price drop

The PRS SE Angelus A265E takes the biggest price cut that we could find on Sweetwater with a very respectable $351 off the original price. The acoustic-electric Angelus features X-brace/classical hybrid bracing, comes with a solid spruce top, Pau Ferro back and sides and is loaded with the Fishman GT1 under-saddle pickup.

Big savings on the Roland TR8

The Roland TR-8 captures the essential tone and mojo of the original TR-808 and 909 legendary drum machines but takes it firmly into the future. Utilising Rolands ACB modelling engine (Analogue Circuit Behaviour) that aims to faithfully recreate analogue circuits, the Japanese firm has pulled off the unthinkable with a digital machine sounding just as good as the originals. This Thanksgiving, Sweetwater are slashing a huge $200 off the list price, dropping the drum machine down to just $299.99.

To find out more and shop for the hottest deals on music gear this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, check out the  Sweetwater website .

All products come with fast, free shipping, a free 2-year warranty and there’s also a 55-point inspection on guitars $299 and up.

RME Fireface UFX II Audio Interface: 20% off
If youre thinking of upgrading your studio with that legendary RME stability and sound quality, then youre in luck as Sweetwater now has the Fireface UFX II reduced with 20% off, down to $2,299. VIEW DEAL

Save 15% on hundreds of pedals from Earthquaker, Wampler, Diezel, Morgan, and more!
Such pedals as Wamplers newly announced in-your-face, do-it-all Fuzztration octave fuzz and EarthQuakers Pyramids flanger all get the 15% off treatment. VIEW DEAL

DM10 Studio MK2 9-pc eDrum Set: Closeout price $799
The Alesis DM10 Studio MK2 has been reduced for the very last time, by a huge $300 – now just $799.99. VIEW DEAL

Arturia V Collection 6 Software Instrument Bundle: 50% off
The whole package has now been slashed in half for the holidays and now comes in at just $249 for the download edition. VIEW DEAL

PRS SE Angelus was $949, now $598
The PRS SE Angelus A265E takes the biggest price cut that we could find on Sweetwater with a very respectable $351 off the original price. VIEW DEAL

Roland TR-8 Rhythm Performer: $200 off
This Thanksgiving, Sweetwater are slashing a huge $200 off the list price, dropping the drum machine down to just $299.99.

 

You can also find all the products on sale at www.sweetwater.com/sale .

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