We specialize in acoustic guitars, and smaller ones at that. We have found quite a few parlors and concert instruments that sound fantastic and are comfortable to play. We are proud to represent these great lines of guitars. Stop in and play one today.
Art & Lutherie Guitars and Simon & Patrick Guitars
These great lines of Canadian made guitars come from the fine folks at Godin in Canada, makers of Seagull guitars. They use native spruce, cherry, and cedar for many of their guitars, producing guitars of excellent craftsmanship and tone. All of their instruments are built in Canada, and are our premier line of guitars. Check out the parlor and Folk models.
Vintage spec’d guitars just like the ones they used to make in Kalamazoo. We love the J-45 style, and the parlor. Great vintage vibe guitars, well made. Light weight so they really sing!
Luna’s mission statement is simple: To craft fine stringed instruments with an artistic sensibility that are comfortable, affordable, and inspire people of all ages and walks of life on their musical journey. Luna was founded by Yvonne de Villiers, an artist who brought her art and design talents to the musical instrument realm. Luna guitars are truly artistic and unlike anything else. Check out these beautiful guitars right here at Parrish Music.
Washburn is one of the oldest names in musical instruments in America. Their beautiful parlor guitars are highly collectible these days, and luckily they are making fantastic reproductions to this day. Washburn also produces nice playing and great sounding modern guitars. We usually have a nice selection of Washburns on the wall – such a diverse and affordable line.
A division of Washburn, Oscar Schmidt draws on a rich history of instrument building to bring us a great line of lower priced student instruments. These are our most affordable and popular instruments, featuring fractional sized guitars for kids, budget six strings, twelve string guitars, and more. A great variety!
Recording King Guitars/Loar Guitars
Recording King is one of the famous names in vintage guitars, and these fantastic re-issues show us why: vintage styling with big tones. Many of the guitars have slotted headstocks and 12 fret neck joints. There are also models with cutaways and pickups for modern use. Along with the Loar brand, Recording King brings us some fantastic vintage styled acoustics.