Who is Savage Classical Guitar?
Savage Classical Guitar is now confirmed as the largest classical guitar dealer and gallery in the world. Our unique and 2500 sq. ft. spacious classical guitar shop is located on the South Shore of Long Island, NY, where we take pride in offering an array of instruments that goes above and beyond even the most discerning ear.
Over the last 17 years, we have developed our reputation and our passion for curating outstanding work from the finest luthiers around the world. We have made it our purpose to find guitars of unprecedented quality and sound, bringing them together under one roof.
It is because of this, our extreme attention to detail and quality, that we only offer guitar showings on a by-appointment basis. This ensures that we are giving you the time, attention and space needed to discover a guitar that will change your relationship with music. Through this process and the unique classical guitar store we have built, we believe that we have crafted a unique experience for artists, collectors and hobbyists to find a new voice.
We believe in one simple principle: You do not choose the right guitar. The right guitar chooses you.
Contact us today for your first appointment 631-335-5447
Special Holiday Message
Christmas and the Holidays in general bring about a time of reflection, as in, we have a ton of guitars available. Some have been sitting for too long, meaning, SALE Time!! That’s always a good thing for you and our prospective clientele. I have taken it upon myself to peruse the many guitars we offer and put a special category together.
Click the following link to find well over 70 Concert Guitars that have been slashed by at 10% and some 20-25% or more. Or, search for the category “Xmas2019” and you should see the lists of guitars available to you. No coupons required, I personally edited the prices for you. This will last through the end of January 2020 – I’ve also added our remaining Hill Estudio guitars and 4 Manuel Rodriguez guitars left in our inventory. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to All! Richard F. Sayage