Fernandes Direct Webstore To Open May 22

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Since 1969, Fernandes Guitars has created some the finest guitars and basses available, played by top musicians around the globe. And now, for the firsttime, Fernandes instruments are available directly to guitar players everywhere at significantly reduced prices, from the comfort of their homes.

An extensive selection of our finest guitars and basses covering any musical style, will be available at the click of a button. All of them protected by full lifetime warranty while inspected and set up by professional technicians in the US. Just take the instrument out of the box and start rocking out.

Shipping will be fast, efficient and secure. Special offers and discounts will be available periodically, starting with the welcoming Free Shipping program, which will be offered on all orders through June 30th.

Web store will be officially launched on May 22nd, 2012 at www.FernandesGuitarShop.com.

Information and specs on all Fernandes products are available at http://fernandesguitars.com

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