Thursday, March 1, 2018

Farewell Jasmine, hello Alvarez

WHEN WE GET a huge shipment of guitars, it's the whole Kid-In-The-Candy-Store feeling. I love it, and man, did we get some guitars in this morning.

Brand new on the Second String Music floor are the Alvarez acoustics. I'm the proud new owner of an AG70 model and it's a beautiful thing. This could lead to further commentary about me needing another guitar like I need another hole in my head, but really, the person with the most guitars at the end wins the race, so I'm good.

We just sold our last full-size Jasmine acoustic guitar. They've been great sellers and instruments, really good for just $150. In the guitar world, like anyplace else, you get what you pay for, and beginning players love getting a decent instrument for a decent price. We will be transitioning our beginner line to the Alvarez Student line and the Alvarez Regent acoustic starter packs. Same pricing and same stable beginner guitars.
Pretty new Gretsch guitars

We are also down to our last Dean acoustic guitars, we are phasing these out and bringing in some great Alvarez Artist series. Solid wood tops on most and great sounding guitars. We are still Takamine dealers and will be keeping them for our moderate and high end acoustic guitar line.

Meanwhile, we are stocked with more amazing Jackson, Fender and Gretsch guitars. The Gretsch hollow bodies especially are drool-worthy - we have some really cool colors and different makes and models, from $300 and up. If you have never owned a hollow body, the Streamliner Junior would be a great guitar to start with.

Come see us at Fifth and Maine!

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