For over 35 years, Guitar Salon International has been providing customers with the finest selection of classical and flamenco guitars in the world
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In our selection of the best contemporary guitar makers, we have chosen to represent those that we believe create instruments that are built to last – both in terms of musical quality and investment. As a result, many of the young luthiers we highlight as the best of their generation proceed to become the world’s most sought-after builders.
Every guitar tells a story
We've created a world-class archive of instruments,
their stories and provenance.
Because it's true - every guitar does tell a story.
Through our auction, we've created an exciting alternative way to acquire a great guitar. Many of the guitars offered here have been donated to the GSI Foundation, so in those instances you'll have the unique opportunity to both own a beautiful instrument and make an invaluable contribution to help fund music education.
Stories, culture, friends and community
We believe in building a relationship and supporting everyone within our community - from our close relationships with both the makers and players of these instruments, and serving professionals, students, collectors and aficionados alike. We have a deep and profound respect for the art, and love fostering our community.
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The 6th University of Rhode Island Guitar Festival is Taking Place This October! GSI Joins as One of the Sponsors!
The 6th edition of the University of Rhode Island Guitar Festival and Rising Star Competition is going to take place on October 14-17, 2021. Contrary to last year, this edition…
Four Videos From The GSI-U Archive Are Now Available on the GSI YouTube Channel. Featuring: La Caro, Chris Rispoli, Brandon Mendez, and Raphael Carpenter
Recently, we’ve re-edited and uploaded four videos from our GSI-U archive to our GSI YouTube Channel. As you can see, rather than being recorded in our showroom, these videos were…