- Where can I find Saga products?
Saga prides itself for developing successful relationships with an extensive list of authorized dealers throughout the US, Canada, and with distributors in well over 50 countries worldwide. If you live in the US or Canada, please visit our Dealer Locator and enter the name of your city or zip code for a dealer near you. If you live outside of the US, feel free to Contact Us and we will assist you in any way possible.
- Can I buy directly from Saga?
Due to the nature of our business, we are setup to only sell our products directly to retail stores and wholesale outlets. If you own a retail store and would like to learn more about how to become a Saga Dealers, please feel free to Contact Us.
- Where is the closest Saga dealer to me?
Visit our Dealer Locator and enter your zip code to find the closest authorized Saga dealer to you. Or…if we cannot direct you, just go to your local music shop and ask for Saga products by name!
- How do I become a Saga dealer?
- Why is my local shop not listed on the Saga Dealer Search?
Saga’s dealer network contains over 4000 retail outlets throughout the country. If your favorite store is not listed, or your local shop does not stock Saga products, just let us know and we’ll make every effort to let them know why working with Saga is a sound music investment.
- What strings do I use for my new Gitane Gypsy Jazz Guitar?
To get the best tone out of your new Gitane guitar, it is important to use “Manouche” specific strings. Manouche strings are made of silver-plated copper, wrapped over a steel core. This reduces the tension needed to bring the string to pitch and makes the guitar extremely easy to play. More importantly, when combined with the percussive tones of Gypsy Jazz guitars, the strings add a softer side to the guitar that is evidently clear in the music.
- What Brand and Gauge of guitar string comes standard on every Blueridge Guitar?
All Blueridge Guitars, with the exception of 12-string models, come with D’Addario EJ16 Light Gauge Phosphor Bronze strings from the factory.
- How do I travel across International borders with my musical instrument?
Before hitting the road, be sure to click the following link: Traveling Internationally with Musical Instruments to learn all you need to know.