One of our favorite Geek Outs at Bookmans Speedway is Music. To celebrate we marked down some of our most precious instruments so you can get in on the fun. One of the most costly and difficult to control consequences of making a life in the Southern Arizona desert is the damaging effects our super-dry climate has on fine, solid tonewood stringed instruments. We can only do so much to protect and maintain our high end instruments given the enormous (and dry) open space of our beautiful store! This does allow us to periodically and drastically reduce instrument prices. Fortunately for you, not only do instruments left too long on our floor come to you at discounted prices, they have gone thru our professional Luthiery and Repair Shop staffed by Master Luthier James Tanguey and his trusted apprentice Eli. Neither has met an instrument they couldn’t repair brilliantly and at our low prices. To make it an even sweeter deal, you can pay for your repair services with Bookmans trade credit! This month we feature a small, select group of high quality, top end guitars drastically reduced due to weather worn damage. While they are fully playable and sound great, you can see their surgical scars. Because all repairs are guaranteed, you can own a hand crafted in Spain Loriente Marieta Classical guitar made of Cedar and Rosewood or a Cordoba Gypsy King Limited Reissue Flamenco guitar or a AAAA Spruce and Mahogany Eastman at a fraction of what the least expensive ones sell for on eBay. Take a closer look at the guitars offered at Bookmans Speedway.

discounted high quality guitars

1. Loriente Marieta. This guitar typically sells for between $2,200 and $3,200. Ours is priced at $999, however this month only, we reduce that price by an additional 30 percent to an astonishing $700! This guitar features a solid cedar top with solid east rosewood back and sides. The neck is Spanish cedar with an ebony fretboard, rosewood bridge and bone nut and saddle. You’re looking at a 650 mm scale length and 52 mm nut. It has a nitro lacquer finish with French polish top.

The Antonio Loriente guitars were designed by Edward Blochenger with help from Pepe and Celine Romero. Hand built in Spain, this Marieta guitar pays homage to the second epoch of Antonio Torres. This is Loriente’s nicest guitar featuring standard woods. Plays easy with fine sound.

2. Eastman E10D. This guitar as currently priced already sells lower than the lowest online price we can find of $999. Our $775 price tag has dropped to a rock bottom $500 firm, no further haggling. I’d put this guitar up against any Martin D-18 any day of the week! This guitar features an Adirondack spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, ebony fingerboard and bridge, two way adjustable truss rod and a hand fitted dovetail neck joint. It has an extremely dynamic response from soft Picking to hard strumming. Best of all, you’ll love the glorious full bodied tone and room filling volume.

3. Cordoba Gypsy King Reissue. The Cordoba Gypsy King Reissue Sells for $1,999. Ours is priced at $900 and has been further reduced by 33 percent to $600. If I had $600 right now, we wouldn’t be having this conversation.

4. Recording King. One more in case you don’t have a few hundred bucks, the brand new Recording King that sells elsewhere for $225 is Bookmans priced at $180 and now reduced to $125. The solid spruce top white wood back and sides, forward X-bracing rosewood fret board and bridge with a satin sunburst finish still look sweet.

You can purchase any of these high end guitars with your Bookmans trade credit. It’s a guitarist’s paradise at Bookmans Speedway. Don’t delay, get these amazing instruments while supplies last. Bookmans can not guarantee stock. If you are interested in any of these guitars, give your Bookmans Speedway a call at (520) 748-9555 and a staff member will be happy to assist you.