Reverb.com has got the party started early on Black Friday sales, with up to 66% off selected gear until November 20, after which additional deals will be announced. Plenty of deals are available from big names such as Audio-Technica, Shure, Roland, Korg, Moog, and many more.
Three of the spiciest deals for producers on Reverb are the savings on Native Instruments, Focusrite and Novation B-stock hardware.
The Native Instruments Maschine MK3 drum machine/sampler is 50% off at $299, down from $599.
The Native Instruments Maschine MK3 and Novation Impulse 25 are highly limited so you might want to jump on that soon if you’re interested, while there are 17 Focusrite Scarlett 2i2s at the above price, so there’s a bit more leeway there.
As mentioned before, those items are B-stock, though the early Black Friday sales are a mix of new, B-stock, and regularly used items, so there should be something for just about everyone going on the site right now.
Digging further into the current Reverb deals, for guitarists, there are heavily discounted models by Fender, Gibson, Vox, and Tanglewood, as well as cut-price pedals from Orange and EarthQuaker devices. Several previous brands are available for huge savings, up to 66%, and several at 50%.
In regards to recording gear, you can pick up bargains such as Direct Sound headphones and IK Multimedia and Universal Audio interfaces.
Reverb is also offering free shipping on the top sellers for 2023 (depending on your region) as well as 0% financing on the same. The top sellers feature a mix of old favorites including Fender and Gibson guitars, Strymon and Proco pedals as well as synths/samplers from Teenage Engineering and Elektron.
The number of big-name brands going cheap on Reverb right now is way too many to list so it’s worth browsing and seeing if anything catches your eye. If nothing does, then Sweetwater.com has also started its early Black Friday sales with savings of up to 70%, which will end on November 16.
Check out the deals: Reverb.com (Up to 66% off on selected gear until November 20th)