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How do you source your guitars?
Jan. 15, 2012
We make regular trips to Spain to try out guitars. We meet with the makers and find out about each instrument. Then we ship them back to the UK.

I am nervous about buying on-line. How do you deliver the guitars?
Jan. 15, 2012
All our guitars are sent with a parcel delivery service and wrapped and packed to ensure they do not get damaged. Insurance cover is included in the price of delivery. You can, of course, arrange to come and collect the guitar you choose from our partner music shop, The Music Room and Studio. When you decide to buy a guitar, you can specify whether you wish to collect from us or have it delivered, and if delivered the price you pay includes a charge for delivery.

When can I visit the Music Room and Studio in Sandy?
Jan. 15, 2012
The Music Room and Studio is open Tuesdays to Fridays from 10am until 5pm (6pm on Thursdays) , and on Saturdays from 10:00 am until 3pm. We usually keep one or two guitars on display at the shop, but can arrange for any others that you would like to try to be available with a few hours' notice.

Why have you so little information abut the guitar I would get if I order one from Jesus Bellido, Ana Espinosa or Rene Baarslag?
Feb. 1, 2012
The guitars that these makers build are all individually specified. We have tried to give general information about the materials and qualities they posses, but you really need to talk to us about what you might like and what the options are before we can be more definite on price. These guitars will take several months to make and will cost upwards of £3,500 each, depending on your specification. Come and talk to us!