We have a bunch more Hagstrom acoustics and Washburn electrics and acoustics on the way in as we speak as well, which I will update you on once we get them in stock.
We also received another shipment of Levy's guitar straps. much of the shipment was simply a restock of what we had sold out of, but a large part of it was new guitar straps that we haven't had before. Some of these new additions include a No1 stretch straps which is exceptionally comfortable since it has an elastic material in it that allows it to stretch a little bit, eliminating the harsh pressure on your shoulder. we also have some hand carved deluxe leather straps, some new graphic straps, a strap with pick holders on it, and one with a slide holder on it. All Levy's guitar straps and cases are entirely made in Canada from the best quality materials, other than their least expensive model. So not only are you ensuring that your strap or case is made to very high standards, but you are also supporting Canadian Business which will always be beneficial to our economy.
We also got in some new stands, and other small accessories including D'Addario's new Pro-Arte Dynacore classical guitar strings which are made to extremely high standards and have titanium trebles. the new Materials of these strings makes them last much longer than a traditional guitar string, so this is basically the equivalent of getting a coated classical string.
As some of you already know, we have been working with Paul Smith from Smith Music in Morrinville to record and produce our new albums. Because of Paul's extensive experience as both an engineer, a musician, and a producer, the quality of our recordings is exceptional and he allows us to do what we want with our music rather than forcing his own ideas into it, which I think is extremely important. However because of our success working with him, I have decided to partner with him in another way, so we will now be selling guitars from his studio in Morrinville... It's basically going to be our mini second location. He wont have nearly the selection we have, and will start off with basically some guitars we are over stocked with, but over time that will change as the market increases. So if you are up in that area it will be a much more convenient way to buy a guitar instead of driving all the way to the city. Paul offers lessons to students of all ages and skill levels, so if you are thinking of learning guitar, drums, bass, piano, and possibly some other instruments, he can either teach it, or has a teacher there who can teach it. Of course if you want to buy high end guitars or browse our huge selection of acoustics, it's best if you come to our Leduc location. but now you just have another option. The store isn't quite ready to go yet, but I will write a post letting you know exactly when that is happening.
We still have our Spring Clean-up Clear-out sale on, so if your in need of a guitar, bass, or amp, be sure to visit before April 30th for some amazing deals.