After a bumper Black Friday event followed by a rather manic Christmas period we were all but cleared out of guitars and accessories. Our walls were looking incredibly sad during January, a true visual representation of the month known the world over for being a bit... blue. But fear no more! The shipping god have heeded our pleas and delivered the goods in the form of many guitar shaped lovelies.
The Fender walls are looking nice and healthy again now they are adorned with the new Performer range of instruments, the good selection of the Original series, a couple of Road Worn Strats and Teles and even a token Eric Johnson Strat, which we here all feel is probably the best non- Custom Shop guitar in Fender's currently lineup.
Ibanez have also been delivering their usual eclectic collection of guitars catering for the needs of guitarists of all stripes. There is a particularly odd interesting HR Giger inspired Fan Fret 7-String. Along with some rather eye-catching hollow bodies to shake up the somewhat stagnant image of jazzers and their muted coloured guitars.
The Gretsch wall is looking much happier showcasing the companies usual array of classically country style of guitars ranging from solid to hollow in a range of colours.
Vintage is a new addition to the low end of our guitar spectrum. Delivering a good quality, reliable guitar to those wishing to start out or even if you're a more discerning musician wishing for a good quality backup Gibson-esque guitar, Vintage have you covered.
On the accessories front we have all new cables, tuners, t-shirts and assorted other goodies to keep you rocking.