Daisy Rock Guitars
Available at:Orange, CT
Available at:Country Club Hills, IL
Available at:Commack, NY
Available at:Ocala, FL
Available at:Kalamazoo, MI
Available at:Laurel, MD
Available at:Manchester, CT
Available at:Joliet, IL
They say men are from Mars and women are from Venus. Maybe that's an exaggeration, but what is true is that we're built differently, and an instrument that's comfortable for one may not be a good fit for the other. This is where Daisy Rock guitars come in - they're designed for gals from the ground up, with lightweight materials, comfortable shapes and accessible necks so they're not a workout just to use. If you want to add some "girl power" to your stage presence, these guitars can do the trick.
Daisy Rock has a varied selection that includes plenty of acoustic and electric models, as well as acoustic-electric guitars that give you the best of both worlds. If you're new to the guitar, check out the Debutante series: like their name suggests, they're perfect for beginning guitarists, and the electric Debutante instruments are available in some fun and funky shapes in case you want something that really stands out. When you take the stage for the first time, you can definitely put on an amazing performance with a Daisy Rock Debutante guitar.
For a more experienced player in search of an upgrade, there's even more to love about Daisy Rock. Take a look at the Rock Candy and Bangles Signature Model if you play electric, or the Wildwood Artist if you prefer to strum an acoustic guitar. Each of these instruments has a great look that really stands out onstage, and their sound is even better. As well, like all of Daisy Rock's guitars, they're super easy to handle even for those of us with petite builds.
A great instrument is an inspiring thing to have, and Daisy Rock guitars have definitely given their share of inspiration to the artists who play them, including Hilary Duff, Avril Lavigne and Sugarland's Annie Clements. Even the boys have gotten in on the action, with Robert Smith of The Cure and David Ryder Prangley of Adam Ant putting Daisy Rock instruments through their paces as well. A list of musicians like that makes it clear that you can achieve great things with Daisy Rock, so if you're looking to take your guitar to a whole new level, you're in the right place.