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October 2018 Issue


The Guitar Issue

Why PRS Is Gaining Market Share: New models and a company-wide emphasis on perfection drive double-digit sales gains.

Boutique Quality Within Reach: Assessing the revamped Michael Kelly guitar line.

What’s Next For Gibson? Retailers offer advice to the incoming management team on how to maximize one of the industry’s most revered trademarks.

The Waterloo Guitar: Collings “brings back a voice from history” with built-to-last versions of Depression-era acoustics.

Riversong Guitars: Radical new neck design and bracing system defines Canadian-made guitars.

YouTube Musicians: With live gigs harder to come by, the industry’s core musician customers are finding new ways to make a living.

Sweetwater’s Surack On The Impact Of The Sales Tax Judgment

Gibson Bankruptcy Plan Approved, Juszkiewicz Out As CEO

Loud Sells EAW Division To Focus On Mackie Brand

  • “Fake” Industry News On AOL
  • D’Addario Supports Local Talent
  • Córdoba Aids Music Ed. Programs
  • ESP & Takamine Dealers Tour Japan
  • CAFIM Tackles Eurozone Regulations
  • KMC To Distribute Entire Suzuki Line
  • Ace Products Expands In Vietnam
  • Zoom Partners With Avid
  • Disney Band Performs For Yamaha
  • pBone Wins “Disrupter” Award
  • Sabian Invests In Warehouse Systems
  • Print Book Collects “Best Of” Piano Buyer
  • Gretsch Backs Georgia-Theme Benefit Concert
  • Dave Smith Rebrands As Sequential
  • Korg To Distribute Cole Clark Guitars
  • Hal Leonard & Avid Sign Distribution Pact
  • Holloway Music Seeks Buyer
  • Music Mart Acquires Welhaven Music
  • Ponce de Leon Celebrates 50th
  • Guitar Center Adds San Jose Store
  • Minerva Music Turns 30
  • Monmouth Music’s Educational Model

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