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This is the non-pickup version of the Trek Parlour. Normally when you see the word parlour in the model title of an acoustic guitar, you'll be brac...read more

Looking at this very attractive guitar, one wonders how they came up with the name 'Trek' for the series from which it comes. There are three model...read more

A 12 string is a brave investment for even the most experienced and accomplished acoustic guitarist, let alone those who have only recently embarke...read more

There's always a sense when you hold (and behold) a Simon and Patrick acoustic guitar, that rather than cut trees down, chop them up and make piece...read more

If you were to think of a standard format for an acoustic guitar, you'd probably think Spruce topped dreadnought. What you are looking at here is a...read more

From the land of trees rocks they came, quality guitars built by a family company. They sported proper woods, a keen eye for detail, a warm and ple...read more

Canada is responsible for a lot of things. William Shatner. Justin Bieber. Moose. But the world's premier maple syrup apologists also make a damn f...read more

Dreadnoughts dreadnoughts everywhere, but you won't find many that use Red Wild Cherry as their main feature tone wood. By all means correct me if ...read more

The Jumbo is essential part of the acoustic landscape. Designed with maximum power in mind, the second largest acoustic size (only the Super Jumbo ...read more

Parlour guitars are so fashionable in these modern times. Dreadnoughts have had their day, the grand auditorium made a good fist of it when the ele...read more

A Concert Hall is a grand old place in one's mind's eye; opulent, cavernous and triumphant. Perhaps Concert Hall is, therefore, not quite a name th...read more

From the land of trees rocks they came, quality guitars built by a family company. They sported proper woods, a keen eye for detail, a warm and ple...read more

This is the Trek Folk without the pickup installed. Looking at this very attractive guitar, one wonders how they came up with the name 'Trek' for t...read more

Normally when you see the word parlour in the model title of an acoustic guitar, you'll be bracing yourself for a hefty price tag. Parlours are qui...read more

Simon and Patrick have made something of a name for themselves by consistently making guitars that appear to be carved directly off of trees. Wood ...read more

Simon and Patrick is one of Canada's finest exports, far surpassing Celine Dion and Bryan Adams for quality and cool. All Simon and Patrick guitars...read more

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