Discounted Epiphone Guitars Hit the Market

If you're a savvy buyer, you're likely realizing that this season is shaping up to be a good one for deals.

Epiphone is the latest brand to drop prices on new electrics, acoustics, and basses, alongside its metal-loving sibling under Gibson Brands, Kramer.

Let's take a look at some of the highlights so far.

Hummingbird Studio

Epiphone's Hummingbird Studio can now be found for as low as $329, instead of the regular retail price $449.

Les Paul Prophecy

The Les Paul Prophecy, one of the brand's newer Inspired By Gibson models, can now be found for as low as $699, instead of $899.

J-200 EC Studio

Epiphone's J-200 EC Studio—a large jumbo-sized acoustic—can now be found for as low $429, instead of the standard $549 price tag.

Embassy Bass

Looking for a low-end option? The Embassy Bass is now available for as low as $399, instead of $499.

Slash Appetite Les Paul Special-II Performance Pack

The Slash Appetite Les Paul Special-II Performance Pack is a good beginner setup for anyone with rock 'n' roll dreams. It's now as low as $329, instead of $399.

Pacer Classic FR Special

On the Kramer side of the house, the Pacer Classic FR Special can be found as low as $299, versus the standard retail price of $379. (The Focus Electric Guitar Player Pack is another option, great for beginners, that includes a 10-watt amp and is available for $229, instead of $249.)

These deals from Epiphone and Kramer are only through participating dealers, many of which can be found on Reverb. Click any of the links above to snag a deal for yourself, and be on the lookout for many similar price drops this season.

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