Here's A Treat For Your Guitar

If you've been watching my guitar videos here for any amount of time, then you've probably seen my acoustic guitar in action.

It's an old (1975) Takamine - back from when they looked very much like Martins (side story - Martin forced them to change the headstock by threatening lawsuit!). Sure, there are more bizarre guitars out there, but I love this thing.

Anyways, I found out the other day that my guitar was 'born' October 25th, 1975.

That means it has had 35 good years of strumming, which is even more than I've had! 🙂

That got me to thinking - investing in a skill such as playing guitar really is a lifelong investment in yourself.

You know what they say about investments right?

The earlier you make them, the more they pay off... and by the same token, the more you put in, the more you're going to get out.

Well guitar is very much like that, except you're investing in yourself, rather than in a bank. And let's face it... that just might be a better investment these days anyway!! 🙂

So in order to celebrate my guitar's birthday, and to encourage you to invest in your own guitar playing, I've decided to offer a 25% off discount on my Unlocking I IV V guitar lesson until October 31st (2010).

No tricks here, just a treat for you and your guitar!

Remember, this sale only lasts until 12 midnight, October 31st, so give your guitar a treat and act today!

Have a great day,


PS - Don't forget my No Weasel Clauses guarantee ensures that you'll either be thrilled with your purchase, or I'll give you a complete refund. There's no risk!

JOIN THE FUN: How old is your oldest guitar? Let us know in the comments below!

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2 Responses to “Here's A Treat For Your Guitar”

  1. Jimmy Smith November 28, 2010 at 9:48 am #

    My oldest Guitar is a Martin 28 and I bought it new in 98.
    I'm having a problem with this Inst. The top is doing a Potato chip and the action it getting high around the 10th to the 12th house has a very dry air content and this has happened once before and the Inst was Hyper Humid and it came back in its proper way. Now that was 3 month ago and its happening again I will send (or take) it to Martin to get it fixed correct.
    I bought a Martin 35 and it is like a dream to play and its sound is the being 68 ...I've went through many Martins.but I still go for that make with no remourse.
    J H Smith

  2. william rickards December 11, 2010 at 1:52 am #

    my guitar is an old hofner verithin number 855. which makes it approx 1964.still in very good condition and plays well after 46 years/i'm abit older

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