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christmas -

It's that time of year again! We're getting all our guitars ready to ship for the holiday period. Please find our delivery cutoff times below. These are the last days you can order to guarantee delivery in time for Christmas. 

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trade show, travel -

We're pleased to announce we'll be returning to The London International Guitar show on the 30th October 2022. Hosted at Kempton Park Race Course, The London International Guitar show is a great showcase for small builders, UK suppliers and big brands from around the world. If you love guitar as much as we do, you wont want to miss out on this event, which includes a great line up of live acts showcasing some of the best guitar playing the UK has to offer.  We'll have a stand where you can come meet the team and try our full range...

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We now offer a range of set up and repair services from our workshop in Chelmsford! We decided to put our years of working on Snap Dragon Guitars, and combined experience of instrument repair and maintenance, to good use. From basic re-strings to electronic upgrade, we're happy to help. If you're looking to breath new life into your guitar or are stuck with an issue you can't fix on you're own, head over to our Repair page for more information, Or contact us to get a quote. 

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international, shipping, travel -

We're still pleased to offer free shipping worldwide on our whole range of instruments.  Under normal circumstances, we can offer specific time frames for all our international orders. Generally speaking it's 2-3 working days for most of the EU and USA, 3-5 working days for Southern Europe and 5-7 working days for the rest of the world. However, the current situation at the UK border is causing significant delays and we cannot give any kind of indication as to how long these might be. We ask that you please consider this when placing an order, especially if you're looking to get a...

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Travelling with a guitar comes with its inherent problems. The instruments are fragile, easily damaged and susceptible to temperature fluctuations. Sometimes, it’s tempting to just leave them at home, but that’s not always an option. If you need to take your guitar with you, whether for work or pleasure, there are a few simple precautions that can help it survive the journey. 5 steps to pack your guitar for safe travel 1. Invest in a quality case. OK, so that seems like an obvious one, but a lot of people don’t. If you’re not intending to travel when you first...

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