I bought a used Crafter guitar from someone, how can I find out what it’s worth?
The best way to see what a used guitar is worth is to see what they have been selling for on popular used instrument sites, like eBay, Gumtree or Craigslist. Another alternative would be to see what guitars with similar woods and features are selling for.
Does Crafter make custom or special order guitars?
Unfortunately Crafter does not have the facilities to build specially made guitars on request.
Does Crafter make guitar accessories?
Yes, Crafter make a variety of guitar accessories under the Crafter, Ashland and Cruzer names. They make tuners, guitar stands, capos, bridge pin remover tools, string winders, cleaning cloths, guitar cases and gig bags.
Where can I purchase a Crafter guitar?
You can try out and purchase a Crafter guitar from any of our authorised dealers in the UK. Have a look at our dealer list to find a shop near you.
Where can I find replacement parts for my Crafter guitar?
If you need a spare part for your guitar, Crafter can supply you with the following products. Please contact Sutherland Trading for the parts you need. (UK Customers only)
Where should I keep my guitar when I’m not playing it?
Natural woods require an environment with stable temperatures and humidity. Ideally, you should keep your guitar at room temperature between 20°C and 25°C (68° and 77° Farenheit) and a humidity between 45% and 55%. Keep your guitar in its case, if supplied, to keep it protected from any accidental knocks or bumps that may damage it.
Where are Crafter guitars made?
The majority of Crafter guitars are made in South Korea with a smaller number of budget guitars made in China, specifically the Silver Series. South Korean made guitars are built in Crafter’s state of the art manufacturing complex in Yang Ju which was opened in 2009.