Teachers, worship & church music facilities, rehearsal studios, and other institutions that offer guitar programs and classes to students have been searching for a way to keep their many guitars and guitar cases stored properly, yet easily accessible to students and players. The new Band Room Guitar Case Rack solves this problem by enabling guitar teachers to store both guitars and cases in an attractive and durable rack while making the instruments quickly and easily accessible in a classroom or studio.
GuitarStorage.com, a subsidiary of A&S Crafted Products, announces the release of its new Band Room Guitar Case Rack. The Band Room's design is based on the Company's successful Studio and SlimLine Guitar Case Racks and is designed with durability in mind. Among its many benefits, the Rack eliminates scuffed walls, cluttered classroom floors, and crowded band closets, and enables students and players to quickly access any one of their guitars or cases while preventing the accidental toppling of others. The rack is available with an optional transportation package to enable teachers and band directors to easily wheel the cart on casters and to then lock it in place.Founded in 2003, A&S Crafted Products manufactures high quality storage solutions for guitarists, guitar collectors, and saxophonists in both the consumer and scholastic markets. Bob Amada, Marketing Director, states "The Band Room Rack was developed as a natural extension of the huge success that we've experienced selling our other guitar racks to the consumer market and also to a market to which we never directly advertised—the scholastic and studio markets. With no other available products that were as high quality, attractive, and affordable to the institutional customer, we knew this was a market that we could easily address. We had already been selling our Studio and SlimLine Racks to many schools and colleges throughout the country, yet we had never targeted that market directly—until now. With the absolutely positive feedback that we've always received from schools that have been purchasing large quantities of our racks, we knew this was a market that, if we modified our product to include certain features, including but not limited to, enabling people to store guitars without cases, we could target a new market that was interested in a high quality rack made specifically for classrooms and band rooms. Schools clearly communicated to us the need to easily store their students' instruments in order to maximize floor space and to store both cases and guitars. As a result, we re-engineered our already successful Studio Rack to create the Band Room Guitar Case Rack.The Band Room Guitar Case Rack is made of hardwood rails and a brushed aluminum finished melamine sides. An optional transportation kit that enables the cart to be moved on casters is also available. ?The Band Room Guitar Rack is approx. 51" long X 38" high X 24" deep.?
The MSRP for the Band Room Guitar Rack is $429.00; the Street Price is $379.00For more information, visit their web site at guitarstorage.com.
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