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3 Aug 2023

How To Access Guitar Sound Samples On Our Website?


GSI is a store that is highly selective with its instruments. Based on many decades of our expertise we choose only guitars that we value the highest. In the past, we've featured some of the topmost instruments ever built, including all three Antonio de Torres guitars that belonged to Francisco Tarrega and guitars that belonged to some of the top classical guitar virtuosos - Andres Segovia and Julian Bream. We believe that it's our responsibility to document and showcase guitars through detailed descriptions, guitar videos, professional photos, and sound samples.

We always try to produce accompanying videos for each instrument featured in our store and want to provide you with an even more comprehensive experience. Therefore, we decided to add sound samples to our guitar pages. Our plan is to try to produce as many sound samples as possible, so you could easily compare guitars being played by the same hands of our guitar experts - Patrick Schettler, JohnPaul Trotter, and Tomasz Fechner.

How to Play Sound Samples?

Accessing samples is very easy. If you see an icon of two eighth notes, you can simply click on it to start playing a sound sample. Of course, the icon is visible only if we have a sound sample available for a particular guitar. Recently, we've started adding sound samples to each of our weekly new arrivals. Make sure to check them out! They're usually available within 3-5 days after the guitars are listed on our website.



Check out the image below to find out where the button with sound samples is placed.



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