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Cream City Music Black Friday Sale: Musical Instruments Expired

20% Off
+ Free Shipping
+24 Deal Score
Cream City Music offers 20% Off Sitewide (in-stock items; exclusions may apply) when you apply coupon code BLACK20 at checkout. Shipping is free.

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    • Returns: Your purchase may be returned within 30 days of the date of delivery for a full refund in the original form of payment, store credit, or exchange at your discretion. For any returns other than non-disclosure related issues, defective items, or incorrect item shipment, the buyer assumes responsibility for all shipping costs. If the item was sold with "Free Shipping", the shipping and handling charges incurred from the initial outbound shipment will be deducted from the refund. All items must be returned with all original packaging, documents and accessories. Cream City Music reserves the right to refuse any return if item is not returned in the condition in which it was delivered.

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Let me share some local love for this place. One of the two best guitar shops in Milwaukee.
This is so very hard to resist right now. This is an incredible coupon. I'm just going to close my browser and walk away....

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Almost pulled the trigger on the 2001 R8 for $3600 after coupon. I'll stick to Reverb and wait for the market to crash out a little more.
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