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New Arrival: Tokai "Terra Nova" Series Acoustic-Electric Guitars

New Arrival: Tokai "Terra Nova" Series Acoustic-Electric Guitars 0

The brand new Tokai Terra Nova Series signals a revolution in acoustic-electric guitar functionality and performance. These incredible guitars have just arrived at Living Music Stores!
Rick's Reviews: Martinez Southern Star 6 Series Solid Mahogany Top Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar

Rick's Reviews: Martinez Southern Star 6 Series Solid Mahogany Top Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar 0

Martinez's new Southern Star Series guitars combine traditional styling with modern production techniques to create a guitar that is as visually stunning as it is sonically beautiful.

The MPC-6C-NST features a solid Mahogany top with Mahogany back and sides, in a classic dreadnought cutaway shape. The solid Mahogany top will only improve with age as it is broken in. The neck is mahogany, and the fingerboard and bridge are made of TECH wood, which is a composite with great warp resistance.

COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS: 2 Weeks To Go!

COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS: 2 Weeks To Go! 0

He's making a list, checking it twice... Here's 10 awesome gift ideas from Living Music to add to your Christmas wish list! 
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Helpful Tips: Can I restring a classical guitar with steel strings?

Helpful Tips: Can I restring a classical guitar with steel strings? 0

Whether a family member has dug up a guitar in grandpa’s attic or a parent would like their child to have a go at playing a steel string guitar, we often are asked the same question: Can I restring a classical nylon string guitar with steel strings?

In short, our answer is always a resounding NO! Read on to find out why.

Rick's Reviews: Tokai Premium Series FA-245-VS 175-Style Electric Guitar

Rick's Reviews: Tokai Premium Series FA-245-VS 175-Style Electric Guitar 0

Tokai’s vintage-inspired Premium Series guitars are the cream of the crop from this iconic Japanese brand. The FA-245-VS 175-Style hollow body archtop electric guitar certainly does Tokai’s legacy proud.
What Do I Need To Start Busking?

What Do I Need To Start Busking? 0

You’ve practiced and practiced (and practiced) in your lounge room and you’re ready to take your act onto the streets. Whether it’s to earn some extra cash or simply to share music with others, busking is a popular pastime for musos all over the world.