The Guitar Gallery Gift Voucher is the perfect gift for the musician, or budding musician in your life.
Vouchers are available in amounts of $50, $100, $200 and $500. They can be purchased individually or combined to make a ‘bespoke’ package. For example, if you require a $300 voucher, at the cart simply select from the $200 and then the $100 options, and we’ll issue a voucher to the value of $300. Add a note to let us know you wish to have the amounts combined.
In addition, we can also send the Guitar Gallery gift voucher to the person you wish to receive your gift! Don’t forget to add the message you would like us to write on the voucher.
We also offer music lesson gift vouchers. These are a great alternative to our Guitar Gallery gift vouchers.
The Guitar Gallery
Here in Fitzroy, our store stocks a broad selection of instruments not easily found elsewhere. We carry the largest range of Blueridge guitars in the country, as well as popular brands such as Altamira, Eastman, Gold Tone, Kentucky and others. Also in our collection, there’s a great choice of boutique brands. For example, we stock Bourbon Street, Fujigen, and The Loar instruments.
The Guitar Gallery is owed and run by Gerry Hale, who was the founding member of Uncle Bill and the Innocent Bystanders. He has over 40 years’ experience in the music industry, and worked with many artists. To name a few: Vika and Linda, Wendy Stapleton and Paul Norton, Deborah Conway, and Broderick Smith, and Australia’s iconic songwriters, Colin Hay and Paul Kelly (on ‘Smoke‘).
In addition, we are also mandolin, banjo and gypsy jazz guitar specialists. Our knowledge is deep, our service is legendary, and we pride ourselves in looking after our customers’ needs.
Guitar Gallery Gift Voucher Statutory obligations
- As per statutory requirements, gift vouchers are valid for three years from date of issue
- Expiry date must be clearly visible
- They cannot be redeemed for cash
- Gift vouchers can be used over several purchases, up to the total value of the voucher
- The value cannot be increased. For example, the value cannot be added to