New and used musical instruments and audio equipment ship free through the holidays from Musician’s Friend
Music gear retailer Musician’s Friend is offering free shipping through the holidays on all new and used musical instruments and audio equipment. Within the U.S., the service covers nearly 70,000 items including most heavy gear like drum sets, amplifiers, pianos, and speakers. Musician’s Friend aims to put music within easy reach of musicians after its findings showed that even in a challenged economy, people pursue the meaningful activities they enjoy.
In addition to free shipping, the company is offering discounted musical instruments and audio gear through its Deal Center and providing thrifty music gift ideas for kids and musicians alike in its Drum Central and holiday gift guide.
About Musician’s Friend:
Musician’s Friend, Inc. is the world’s largest direct marketer of musical instruments and has been headquartered in Medford, Oregon, since its inception in 1983. With more than 70,000 unique products for sale, the company covers a wide range of musical needs, including guitars, basses, amplifiers, keyboards, live sound, recording equipment, drums, percussion, woodwind, brasswind, and orchestral stringed instruments, as well as gift certificates and related accessories that are marketed through its print catalog and Musician’s Friend website.
The Musician’s Friend website also offers informative musicians’ resources, including in-depth buying guides, tech tips, hands-on gear reviews, articles from highly respected music industry professionals, interviews with well-known artists, and 860,000 customer-written product reviews and ratings.
With warehousing in Kansas City, Missouri, and a call center in Salt Lake City, Utah, Musician’s Friend can be contacted at 800-776-5173
Musician’s Friend is a wholly owned subsidiary of Guitar Center, the world’s leading retailer of musical equipment.
Questions regarding this press release should be directed to contact(at)musiciansfriend(dot)com.
Posted On: Medford, OR November 26, 2010