At the annual Euromusic Conference of Music Dealers held on March 8th at the Glynhill Hotel in Paisley, Glasgow, jazz guitarist Martin Taylor (pictured) announced that he was entering into an alliance with Euromusic and Peerless Guitars.
The partnership will initially give retail purchasers of Peerless guitars six months of one-to-one tuition from Martin Taylors’s Guitar Academy for a special fee of £37.
Taylor’s tuition programme offers unique one-to-one lessons via video exchange.
Taylor is highly complimentary of the quality of Peerless guitars and their endorsement by such luminaries (and personal friends to the guitarist) as Big Jim Sullivan. Taylor plans on taking his 40th Anniversary Peerless Monarch with him on his next tour to the Far East in the coming weeks.
Peerless Guitars was established in 1970 and over the years has made guitars for just about every major-name manufacturer from its factories in Korea. In recent years the manufacturer has concentrated on its own brand product and for the 40th Anniversary it has released a slew of new models designed in collaboration with the Glasgow luthier, Jimmy Egypt.
Euromusic is the largest musical equipment buying group in the UK and has 60 member companies throughout the UK. Euromusic is the exclusive distributor of Peerless Guitars in the UK.