GuitarStoragecom Unveils the Studio 39Short39 Guitar Case Rack

January 11, 2011

0.000.aashortrackThe Studio Series Guitar Case Rack enables guitarists and guitar collectors to store and protect their guitars in an attractive manner, yet makes their instruments quickly and easily accessible in a den, living room, or studio. Among its many benefits, the Rack promotes proper intonation of fine instruments, prevents the effects of temperature changes, dust, and UV rays, eliminates scuffed walls and crowded closets, and moreover, prevents the accidental toppling of cases.

Founded in 2003, A&S Crafted Products designs, manufactures, and sells high quality, handcrafted fine wood storage solutions for guitarists, guitar collectors, and schools worldwide. Bob Amada, Sales & Marketing Director, states, "Over the years, despite all of the sales we've had, there was always a small percentage of customers who loved and wanted to buy our racks but simply didn't have the space in which to put one. In our pursuit to offer these customers a shorter guitar storage rack that is every bit as nice as our popular Studio Series Guitar Case Racks but uses less floor space, we are now pleased to offer our new "Short" Studio Racks. Our new "Short" rack is 12 inches shorter than our other well-established Studio Deluxe and Studio Standard Racks but otherwise offers all of the same fine qualities of those higher-capacity versions.

Consistent with the Company's Studio Deluxe Guitar Case Racks, the "Short" Studio Deluxe Guitar Case Rack is available in Red Oak and Walnut. Likewise, consistent with the Company's Studio Standard Guitar Case Rack, the "Short" Studio Standard Rack is available in Royal Cherry.
The MSRP for the Studio Deluxe Short Guitar Case Rack is $464.00; the Street Price is $334.00. The MSRP for the Studio Standard Short Guitar Case Rack is $344.00; the Street Price is $254.00.
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