United States, Nebraska, Lincoln - 10/27/2020 — Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has lasted months with no end in sight, many Americans are going stir-crazy. Individuals looking for an exciting new hobby may wish to look into music, specifically Zager Guitars designed to help novices play their favorite songs.
Zager Guitars understands that money is tight for many people right now, so the company does everything in its power to deliver a superior product without the price tag of other top brands. You will never find a Zager guitar in a retail store, allowing customers to save up to 50 percent because there is no markup.
Furthermore, Zager Guitars backs all of its products with the only money-back guarantee in the industry that includes shipping both ways, allowing new players to try guitar in the comfort of their home as opposed to a noisy music store.
Prospective customers who aren't sure if they can learn how to play guitar will be relieved to learn that Zager Guitars are manufactured with ease of use in mind. For example, every instrument has a unique neck design that allows the hands of all sizes to play without the soreness associated with other models.
Similarly, custom string spacing makes it easier to play chords that are virtually impossible on standard models. Students who struggled with a specific chord for weeks can hit it consistently within a single day after trying a guitar with custom strings.
Zager Guitars also make hitting chords easier by reducing the amount of pressure required for them to register. Every model also incorporates lower string heights on frets 1-10 to make common notes easier to play, while the action rises over the soundhole to prevent the buzzing associated with other guitars that go for the same ease of use.
Perhaps most importantly, Zager Guitars are made with premium materials that help them withstand everyday wear and tear. For instance, solid wood designs tend to sound better with age as the wood cures over time. In contrast, laminate guitars are constructed partially of glue that loses its adhesive properties over time.
All Zager Guitars are handcrafted by Denny Zager, a lifelong musician best known for the Zager & Evans smash hit "In the Year 2025," the number-one song in 1969. Zager quickly realized that life in the spotlight wasn't for him, so he returned to his home state of Nebraska to develop the Zager Learning System: an easier way for guitar students to learn how to play the guitar.
Zager soon discovered that most guitars were designed in an impractical way that made playing them more challenging than it needed to be, so he made modifications over a ten-year period. By 1982, the Zager guitar was born.
Zager Guitars the company was founded in the mid-1990s when Zager's son Dennis proposed an online website that would allow his father to teach guitar to people around the world. Many students wanted the custom guitar that they saw Zager playing in the tutorial videos, and an e-commerce section was soon added to the website.
Today, many prominent musicians play Zager guitars on stage, including Lady Gaga and Def Leopard. The Zager name is also associated with "EZ-Play" guitars that are both well-made and designed to help aspiring musicians of all ability levels learn how to play.
Readers are encouraged to contact Zager Guitars directly if they have any further questions about the company's history or what makes guitar such a great way to pass the time during the quarantine. Since all products are handmade by one skilled craftsman, orders are fulfilled on a first-come-first-served basis.
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