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Acoustic and electric guitar repairs, restorations and sales

I offer you my personal attention for skilled repairs, restorations, upgrades, rebuilds, set-ups and sales at my workshop and guitar salon in the welcoming Enterprise Centre in the East Sussex seaside town of Eastbourne.

Email: davidcrozierguitars@gmail.com. Web: www.davidcrozierguitars.com.

Hours. Monday: closed, Tuesday to Friday: 10.30-5.00, Saturday: 10.30-1.30, Sunday: closed.

Easter hours: closed Good Friday to Easter Monday inclusive.

2012 Lakewood A-32 Electro, NaturalTeacher's Pet Guitar

2012 Lakewood A-32 Electro, Natural

£1,699.00

As-new condition and fitted with a Headway HE4.G/FEQ.

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I repair and deal in acoustic guitars and electric guitars. The makes of vintage guitars, used guitars, rare guitars and new guitars you are likely to find at David Crozier Guitars include the major USA acoustic guitar brands such as Martin guitars, Collings guitars, Santa Cruz guitars, Gibson guitars, Taylor guitars, Guild guitars and Ovation guitars. The more indiviually made USA guitars you may find are those such as Bourgeois guitars, Gallagher guitars and Gurian guitars. British acoustic makers are well-represented with makes such as Patrick James Eggle guitars, Fylde guitars, Lowden guitars, Brook guitars, Dave King guitars and Tanglewood guitars. You will also find the major USA electric guitars such as Fender guitars, Gibson guitars, Epiphone guitars, Gretsch guitars and Rickenbacker guitars. Among the more individually made USA electric guitars will be Tom Anderson guitars. British electric guitar makers are served by Rob Williams guitars, Burns guitars and Watkins guitars. Germany is covered by acoustic and electric brands Lakewood guitars and Hofner guitars. The Czech Republic is represented by Frantisek Furch's Stonebridge guitars. Finally, you may also find Larrivee guitars, Simon and Patrick guitars and Seagull guitars from Canada. Plus many others by individual makers from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

I invite you to share my guitar enthusiasm!

Very best wishes,
David