Shipping Policy and Rates
Our Shipping Rates are calculated based on the value of your order total. Once you click "Add to Cart" your shipping charges will be displayed before you are asked to enter any personal information. If possible, orders placed before 12PM Eastern Time on a business day are shipped the same day. For orders shipped USPS Priority Mail, USPS Express Mail, UPS, or FedEx, tracking information is provided when your order is processed. Tracking details will appear when the carrier updates their systems with the informaton of the shipment.
For information on our Return Policy, please see our guarantee
For information on our guarantee, please see our guarantee
We do consignment. If you have a guitar that you would like us
to sell for you, we'd be glad to help.
Our consignment rates are:
- $250 initial fee for professional photography and posting on xguitars.com.
...(You receive full-resolution copies of the photos of your guitar that we use for our site.)
- 20% commission of the final sale price
- 2.75% transaction fee if the guitar is purchased by credit card or PayPal
- All shipping that is done by XGuitars to promote your guitar will be
paid for by the consignee.
We do not sell cases without the purchase of a guitar. This is why we
can offer such great prices for our cases!
Also, the prices of our guitars do not include a case. Although we highly
recommend purchasing a case to protect your guitar, we can ship guitars
without a case. Guitars
purchased without a case are double-boxed. The guitar is placed inside
the first box which is then packed inside a very strong outer box.
For more specific information, please email us at email@example.com or call 828-318-4105.
We'd be glad to talk to you.
Classical and Flamenco Guitar Options
Red Cedar or Solid German Spruce
Spruce is light in color and has a bright sound that carries
well in a concert hall.
Cedar is a darker wood with a rich warm sound.
Back & Sides: Mahogany, Rosewood, Sycamore,
Mahogany is a moderately hard and heavy wood that is often
used for the back and sides. Its color varies from brown to reddish-brown.
Rosewood is a more expensive wood that is also dark brown with
red tints, but can also contain some small black grains. Brazilian
Rosewood is rare and has a much more marbled grain than other types
Cypress is a very dense wood that helps to create the brightness
of the Flamenco Guitar. Its characteristics also give it the presence
needed for Flamenco performances.
Sycamore is a less expensive wood that is similar to Cypress.
It is a good compromise for flamenco guitars when an affordable price
Neck: Mahogany or Cedar
Mahogany is a darker, heavier wood than cedar.
Cedar is most commonly used in concert guitars due to its increased
Fingerboard: Rosewood or Ebony
Ebony is a very expensive, dark, hard wood and is the choice
for the concert guitar.
Rosewood is often used as an economical alternative to Ebony.