One of the best things about Music & Arts is our inventory–it’s one of the largest you’ll find anywhere on the web, and it’s constantly being updated with brand new products. Whether you consider yourself a guitar aficionado or are purchasing your very first one, there are plenty of cool guitars that just hit our online store. From handmade, one-of-a-kind guitars to guitars that are made to rock (literally!), here are some guitars to consider for your collection.
Each Warwick Custom Shop Masterbuilt instrument is handmade in Germany by Warwick’s highly skilled luthiers and creative team. Each guitar is totally unique, and implements their artistic vision of perfection in instrument crafting. If you’re looking for a piece of art, the one-of-a-kind craftsmanship, impeccable wood selection, and stunning finish will make you proud to display this instrument in your home. This bass in particular features a Wenge neck and fingerboard, green front and side LEDs and a Swamp Ash body, and comes with a Warwick user kit that includes hex key tools, a cleaning cloth, and a leather bag.
Featuring some of the finest wood tones and finishes, these rare guitars are offered in limited production runs, giving the public an opportunity to own instruments that were previously reserved only for family and loyal artists. This guitar, in particular, has some key upgrades when compared to the standard Axis Super Short model. For one, it features a Buckeye Burl Top on an African mahogany body. Second, the BFR Axis Super Short comes with a solid rosewood neck and stainless steel frets. This masterpiece comes with a hardshell case, so your newest addition will be safe and secure as you transport it from gig to gig.
D’Angelico Deluxe Series Limited Edition DC Hollowbody Ebony Fingerboard Electric Guitar Electric Yellow
This robust semi-hollow body guitar has an Art Deco style that is sure to stand out from the other guitars in your collection. Featuring a matte-finish laminated flame maple semi-hollow body construction, a tune-o-matic bridge with stopbar tailpiece, Seymour Duncan USA DA-59 humbuckers, and a maple neck with 22-fret, 16” radius fingerboards, this guitar is truly a work of art. It’s slim C-shape neck will keep your wrists from aching, while its double-cutaway shape will make solos and barre chords up on the neck easier. With a crystal clear sound and a full tone, this is a guitar you’ll fall in love with as soon as you play it.
Named after the iconic beach favored by surf legends, the Doheny has roots in the classic ‘60s Southern California surf sound–and it’s gorgeous sea foam green color will remind you of warm summer days spent with your feet in the sand. Whether your playing style is laid-back or more aggressive, the G&L Dual Fulcrum vibrato bridge delivers stable tuning in both situations. Combining new technology, like the wide bobbin Magnetic Field Design (MFD) jazz pickups with old-school style, this guitar is perfect for fans of The Beach Boys, The Surfaris, and other 60s surf bands.
Perfect for all the metalheads out there, the LTD Black Metal series appeals to guitarists who are looking for the perfect mix of brutality and subtlety. Comparable in quality to the LTD Deluxe 1000 series, the satin-finished EC-Black Metal brings a darkly menacing presence to a guitar that was made to rock, and rock very, very loudly. Pre-loaded with Seymour Duncan Black Winter pickups and a locking TonePros bridge, it’s as smooth to the touch as it is to look at. If you’re eyeing this guitar, you might want to pick up some amps while you’re at it. Here’s more info about full stacks, short stacks, and guitar combos.
Buy Guitars at Music & Arts
At Music & Arts, we’re dedicated to bringing you the largest selection of professional band and orchestra instruments, products, and accessories in the world, including guitars, amps, strings, and anything else you need to rock. Whether you’re in the market for a work of art or a guitar that’ll bust your eardrums, we have just what you’re looking for in our online store. Not sure where to start? Head into one of our stores, contact our customer support team, or check out this guide on buying your first guitar.