Tuesday, September 25, 2018

The Two Tenors

The Kamaka all solid Koa tenor uke *SOLD*, and Pono MTB Deluxe Tenor (used) have just arrived.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

The Art & Lutherie collection has just arrived from up north!
At top: Roadhouse Denim Blue
Bottom L: Roadhouse Tennessee / R:Legacy Bourbon Burst e/a

Godin Guitars in Canada produces many instrument lines and these
Art & Lutherie guitars hit the sweet spot between quality and price.
When was the last time you bought a new guitar built in North America 
for less than $500?

Monday, September 17, 2018

Cutaway to the left and the right...

Cutaway to the left and the right this week with these two rather interesting used acoustic electrics:

Fender Sonoran SCE Lefty*SOLD*

Gibson  Songwriter 
Deluxe (used)

Gibson acoustics don't waltz in here very often and they don't stick around for the next dance so stop by soon. If you're left handed this Fender is about as unique as they get for our southpaw inventory with just one other lefty in stock, a new Yamaha FG820 SL.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Ukes Taking 'Flight' / Silent Steel / 'It's electric!'

We are excited to have the excellent 'Flight' brand Ukes back in stock!
Distributed by the Kremona Guitar company so you know
quality is assured. The zebra wood soprano sounds as good
as it looks!

 Yamaha's Silent Guitar is back in steel string format followed
by a Kremona M15 steel string acoustic-a first for us
having steel string Kremona's. Like their nylon
string counterparts (the Fiesta model behind it) they 
deliver loads of tone and a fastidious build quality at an affordable

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Did someone ask for mandolins?

If you've been looking for a good starter mandolin or perhaps a backup these Savannahs have just come in and we've done our best setups on them to insure you'll want to keep playing long after you start.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

314ce V-Class

One of Taylor's best sellers gets the 'V-class' treatment and you can hear it right here at WMC!

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Here at WMC we can say with almost complete certainty there are only a handful of situations that merit the term 'musical crisis'. Normally it's a band member with something broken on their guitar and no backup instrument, an impending performance/jury/audition that a musician needs the music for and has either put off ordering until the eleventh hour or through a series of pitfalls lost the piece, etc. but not always so. Lastly, funerals are oftentimes a flurry of people and plans coming together for the service with small details like music to play or musicians to hire that we see harried customers stop by for assistance. Being sympathetic to their situations as we've all lost someone and had to plan for the wake or service in a short amount of time, we are always willing to go the extra mile for those in mourning. Case in point, the guitar pictured below that came into the store today for a much needed sprucing up after having sat idle in an attic for thirty years or so. The customer is going to use it in the service as a kind of tribute to the deceased (as it may have been their guitar). We were pleased to discover that with just a moderate amount of tic, new strings and adjustments this Japan made 70's era steel string came to life quite nicely with a full, resonant sound. We send our condolences to the family and hope that our small contribution eases their grieving.