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Where quality and price meet: the place for guitar maestros
With a professional guitar instructor for an uncle, Maestro Guitars had become a familiar name for me since its opening.
My uncle had always been a strong supporter of Maestro guitars. After accompanying him to purchase an acoustic guitar at the store one day, I finally understood why. Though I’m not a guitar player, I couldn’t help noticing that Maestro guitars seemed to have an exceptionally resonant yet warm quality when strummed, which was quite different from the brighter sound I’ve heard on most other guitars. According to my uncle, the high level of craftsmanship of the guitars also allow for a greater versatility of styles to be played, which makes it popular for those who use a mix of finger-style playing and strumming. The competitive pricing of their guitars (which is apparently much lower than others of the same quality) seems to be another draw factor for many guitarists.
Overall, I would say Maestro Guitar is a good place for guitarists to explore, to find an affordable yet high quality guitar to suit your playing needs.
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I love the guitars from maestro. I used to own a classical guitar from them and my current acoustic guitar is from them as well.
The guitars are of an amazing quality, I love how the guitars sound, and on top of that they are all affordable. In fact, I would say that the quality surpasses those of other international brands, especially so for the entry-level models.
The staff are amazingly friendly and nice, they are very approachable and many of them are passionate about guitars. They will definitely be willing to guide you in choosing an instrument if this is your first guitar. One of the few Singaporean brands that I can say that I am actually proud of!