Guitar Shop Swaps Town Centre For Retail Park As They Look To Expand

Guitar Shop Swaps Town Centre For Retail Park As They Look To Expand
Guitar Shop Swaps Town Centre For Retail Park As They Look To Expand

An independent guitar shop selling some of the world’s most revered musical brands is moving to an out town retail park in .

Guitar Galleries opened in the town’s in September 2016 following great success at its base, which was established in 2010.

Selling quality guitars, amplifiers and from world-leading brands including Fender, Taylor, CF Martin, PJD, Rickenbacker, Duesenberg, Eastman, Orange and Boss, the family-run supports musicians in store, as well as selling globally online.

Now, Guitar Galleries Managing Director Matt Dunn is preparing to move the store to . He says the move will provide additional space to expand its offer to customers over two floors.

Matt, a guitarist who still performs regularly, said: “This is a really exciting time for the . We are looking to expand and we want to offer more brands.

“To do that, we need a contemporary unit and space to present guitars properly, so can walk in and play everything they aspire to own.

“We need somewhere that is not only impressive to look at but also functions how we want it to. There is so much more we need to display and, in the new unit, we can present and stock the guitars in the right climate, humidity and environment.

“Over the last three years, has become considerably busier, especially , which offers really good dining experiences and shops. There’s a good mix of independent businesses and high street brands, and it’s easily accessible with great parking.

“We’re moving to a great-looking unit with enough space to offer even more to the community, such as guitar lessons.”

“We only sell products that we would pay to own ourselves and we don’t sell anything of low quality for the sake of hitting a price point.   

“We make it as easy as possible for our customers to shop with us and we feel really blessed that in the local community in have been so supportive from day one.

“They are incredibly musical and they took to us straight away, so we enjoy a lot of repeat .

“In an age when you can shop online, still really enjoy coming into the store and spending their money locally with us.”

Guitar Galleries is moving into a two-storey, 3,100 sq ft unit at currently occupied by fashion store VERB.

Graham Tait, Centre Manager, said:

“We’re delighted Guitar Galleries has chosen to relocate to in order to expand and offer a growing product range to customers. It’s good news that Matt is able to build his while moving just a stone’s throw from his current store.”

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