The PMT Black Friday Sale has begun! It's time to buy.
From Friday 28th to Sunday 30th we've got amazing deals on for one Weekend only, online and in stores, from all your favourite brands including Gibson, Fender, Yamaha, Native Instruments, Marshall, Ashdown and more.
Have a look at our huge selection of 2nd hand gear, filled with of pre-loved bargains, rare B-stock finds and second-hand gems from all your favourite brands.
Free Guitar Accessories
If you purchase selected gorgeous electric guitars this Black Friday Weekend you’ll receive a black guitar strap, stand, clip-on tuner, Dunlop picks and cable worth £60 to complete your set up.
Gibson Les Paul 2014 Price Drop
With a new lower price, the beautiful classic Gibson Les Paul 2014 collection is more appealing than ever at £1,399 each and available in six colours.
New Prices on Fender Stratocasters
The Roland G-5 VG Fender Stratocaster in Black and 12-string Fender VG in RW 3-Tone Sunburst are both now at £594 each. They look (and sound) so good they'll bring a tear to your eye.
Marshall Amps In-Store Special Offer
The wonderfully versatile Marshall DSL5C tube amp and the powerful and experimental MG50CFX both have a special in-store PMT price this weekend. You’ll have to nip to your local PMT shop to find out what it is though!
£300 off the Peavey 6505 Plus
By sealing off the cabinet in the 6505, Peavey has created a "one-piece stack" that sets it apart from other combos. The serious guitarist looking for an expressive tonal palette will find few amps that match the 6505's responsiveness, and when you turn up the bass you’ll appreciate the 6505 Combo's sealed cabinet design. And with a whopping £300 knocked off the price, this amp is a steal at only £299!
Native Instruments Offers & Freebies
Special offers from Native instruments include free Maschine expansions, a new lower price Komplete Audio 6, £170 knocked off the Traktor Kontrol Z2 and an exclusive price for the brand-new, limited edition Platinum Maschine Studio.
Free Pop Shield with Rode Microphone
The Rode M3 is a highly versatile condenser microphone, perfect for more instrument-focused recording as well as vocal takes that require a different character and performance. And it comes with a free RPS1000 Pop Shield worth £29 this Black Friday Weekend.
Ashdown Amps Offer
Are you thinking about getting someone special (*cough* YOU *cough*) an Ashdown amp? Well if you are, take a look at the Access All Areas range. From 8 to 125 watts, there’s an amp for everyone in this Ashdown series and they’ll throw in a free Dr Green ‘Tune Up’ pedal too if you purchase between 18th November to 31st December 2014.
New Prices for Ableton Live 9 Packages
Perfect for creating ideas, making changes without stopping, and capturing everything as you work, you can't go wrong with Ableton Live 9.
Magento and RF-X Shield Bundle
SE Electronics' Magneto took the world by storm this year, and paired with the RF-X shield the signal-to-noise ratio of your recordings is greatly improved. And for £119, this is a great microphone bundle for any professional or home studio.
Novation’s very popular portable Mininova is compact and powerful hardware synthesizer that remains affordable enough for every level of producer or musician. It’s now even more affordable at only £269.
Fender Vaporizers - £209 Each
Fender Vaporizers have dropped in price to £209 each and they come in an excellent array of colours: Surf Green, Slate Blue and Rocket Red. Check ‘em out before they’re gone!
Yamaha Electric Drum Kit Offer
The Yamaha DTX400K 7-piece electric drum kit is a steal at £357 and comes with 169 voices, 10 drum kits and extremely high sound quality.
Presents For All from the TC Group
TC Electronic has two brilliant offers on their electrifying FX pedals that you can check out here. Plus TC-Helicon are helping out with everyone's vocals with both of their deals.
Win a Marshall Fridge!
Win a Marshall Fridge for your New Year beers! To enter, make sure you send a copy of your receipt to us if you buy any Marshall products between 1st November to 31st December.
By Sophie Moss