Tag: acoustic guitar

‘The Death of the Acoustic Guitars’ BACKLASH

‘The Death of the Acoustic Guitars’ BACKLASH

| June 23, 2014 | 1 Comment

In the last couple of issues, I’ve been talking about the value and power that remain in the brick-and-mortar shopping experience. I truly believe that all the disruptive technologies and paradigm shifts that buffet us now will change how we present that experience, but they will not erase it. However, it is up to us […]

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‘Riffing’ With Guitar Makers

‘Riffing’ With Guitar Makers

| April 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Manufacturers Talk Electric vs. Acoustic, Selling Through and More Here, The Retailer asks manufacturers—both large and small, and whether electric- or acoustic-oriented—for their candid thoughts about the current contours of the guitar space. You’ll notice relative unanimity as regards most trends from our esteemed panelists—PRS Guitars, Saint Blues, Taylor Guitars and Yamaha—although their opinions do […]

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Probing The Pacific Northwest

Probing The Pacific Northwest

| January 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

I got a call from The Chief at a reasonable hour, but he sounded frantic. “This mission is of the utmost importance,” he stressed, demanding that I journey immediately to Ashland OR in order to investigate the bounty of classical guitars contained within that vicinity. “It may be out of your way,” he said, “but […]

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St. Louis Music Presents Sigma Guitars

St. Louis Music Presents Sigma Guitars

| April 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

St. Louis Music, Inc., is managing and distributing the Sigma Guitar line. These mid-level guitars will be offered exclusively to members of the Independent Music Store Owners (iMSO) group. These acoustic guitars will MAP between $300 and $600, filling an important niche: beginning and advancing players looking for a quality guitar into which they can […]

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