Hagstrom Tremar Super Swede with 3 P-90 pick-ups
As the title suggests, this is a Hagstrom super swede, with their brilliant (Bigsby style) Tremar tremolo system, which I like more than a Bigsby for 1 very good reason, which is that it's arm is longer and better designed making it fall into the perfect place to play, as well as making it more comfortable to use. It is also equipped with 3 of Hagstrom's "Spiced" P-90 pick-ups, which offer the dirty, crunchy tone you expect from a P-90, but with more saturation of natural overtones filling out the sound more than a traditional p-90 (hence the "spiced"). to select between these 3 incredible pick-ups is a 6-way rotary switch, giving you more tonal options than most guitars. each pick-up has its own tone control as well. The composite "Resinator Wood" fingerboard and "H-Expander" truss rod gives this guitar a very nice playing feel as well, since they can set it low off the bat, and the stability of the neck will keep it playing well so you don't have to worry about it changing and needing a set-up every few months. The composite fingerboard and the truss rod also help with the unique Hagstrom tone of this guitar by increasing sustain, and evening out the tone throughout the scale.
Beyond all that, this is truly a stunning guitar, just look at it! though the picture doesn't do it justice.
We got in a few different Ultra Swedes, in a few different finishes. They are made in the same way, and with the same materials as the Super Swede above, but instead of 3 P-90s they have 2 humbuckers with a coil tap switch to turn them into single coils. They have a tune-o-matic style bridges, and a much smaller body than the super swedes, which is nice for portability, and comfort, since it weighs a fair bit less. The price on these is much lower as well, making these the bargain of a lifetime considering the features, looks, sound, and play-ability they offer.
We are now an official dealer of Sigma-Guitars, which is now under the ownership of AMI Audio Distributors in Germany, instead of Martin. Established in 1970 to counteract heavy competition from Japan in that time, Sigma guitars were designed and built as less expensive versions of Martin guitars, copying their looks, shapes, and bracing patterns. Though they are no longer built by martin, they still copy the D series, and the 000 series body shapes, with the same looks, and their same logo. every Sigma guitar in production at the moment has a solid wood top on a laminate back and sides, which is the best way to go for sound if you are on a budget. Solid wood back and sides will always be better than laminates, but a price hike of double or triple the price of a laminate is a lot to swallow, especially if you are just a hobbyist or a beginner. we currently have 6 models in stock, across most of their product range, so you can really pick one to suite you. Find out more about these guitars Here. or by stopping by the store and trying them out yourself.
Washburn Festival Series Acoustics
Washburn's festival series is a line of smaller bodied guitars designed with the small venue or "festival" in mind. They are more portable than many acoustics, and have a slightly shorter scale for easier play-ability, warmer tone, and a more comfortable playing position. These work well for younger kids as well because of the shorter scale. They all come with a Washburn pick-up and tuner system installed as well, which is great for quick tuning (it's my second favourite on board tuner I've com across, next to the B-Band T35 system in the Hagstroms) and the pick-up sounds pretty nice as well. They are budget minded as well, never getting over $400.00, and they all look fantastic, with options like flamed maple tops, nice paint jobs, or just nice looking spruce or maple wood grains.
Levy's Canadian Made Leather Guitar Straps
Levy's is a Canadian company that makes a huge line of guitar straps, from stitched leather, to suede, to printed poly, to stitched cotton, to hard carved leather, and everything in between. Being Canadian made means your supporting our economy as well as getting the assurance that you are getting a quality product when you buy their straps. They have become our main brand for gig bags, as well as the straps, which are now taking over completely as we are currently clearing out all our other straps to make room for them. This last order was of over 3000.00 dollars in straps, with a selection of straps from each part of their line, so there is a lot to choose from... In fact, we've never had this many straps in stock before.
For some reason we've recently got in a lot more used instruments than usual. Just today we got in an entry level Aria acoustic in a blue sunburst finish, a Marshall 15 watt Bass amp, and an Ibanez SGR100EX bass in black. these are all priced much less than any new instrument we have in stock, which makes these great for beginners who don't want to spend a ton to start out. We also have a used Fender Squire Strat, which is fairly rough shape physically, but because it plays nicely is definitely a good buy if you don't care about the looks, because it is hugely discounted. We have 4 or 5 used electric amps in stock, as well as a variety of other guitars, such as our Taylor 810 (which is in completely flawless condition, it is the definition of mint), a Gibson songwriter 12-string acoustic, a Blueridge folk size acoustic, and many more.