[NAMM] New Session Guitar Rack
GuitarStorage.com announced the release of its new Session Guitar Rack, a more economical version to its recently unveiled line of Session Deluxe Guitar Racks that were announced in December.
The Session Guitar Rack's provide protection for guitars to be displayed and stored out of their cases while keeping the floors of rooms and studios clear and organized. The Session Guitar Rack is made of hardwood rails and melamine sides. Its design is based on the Company's new Session Deluxe Racks and its Studio Guitar Case Racks.
The Rack protects up to five (5) guitars, banjos, or basses of virtually any shape and size in a safe, soft environment, and enables players to access one of their instruments. The furniture-quality Rack incorporates five (5) individually felt-lined cutouts and a cushioned base to safeguard the guitars at all contact points to avoid scratching while making the instruments accessible in a den, living room, or studio. The Rack's open bottom design is designed to prevent contact of the end strap button with any material or hard surface. All racks include two special trays to hold guitar accessories such as picks, slides, and tuners.
In addition to the new Session Guitar Rack, the company offers the Session Deluxe Guitar Rack, a version that contains a few more features and is made of veneer sides and includes herringbone inlay edging.
The Session Guitar Rack is approx. 41" long X 38" high X 24" deep.
The MSRP for the Session Guitar Rack is $339.00, the Street Price is around $289.00.
For more information, visit www.guitarstorage.com.
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