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Who We Are: The Guitar Center Music Foundation believes that music participation is an essential element in the fabric of an enduring society. The organization aims to keep music education alive and available in our nation’s schools and communities. Founded in 2005, this public charity has reached over 300,000 people through its grants of instruments to music education programs. These grant recipients, which give more people the opportunity to make music, include school music classrooms and community-based organizations. Mission Statement: The Guitar Center Music Foundation supports music education programs nationally by providing those in need with instruments and by advocating the benefits of music education.

Guitar Center Foundation is a music charity funded by people who want to strengthen the state of music education, people who believe music is an integral part of society and want to make music more accessible to everyone.

The donations we receive allow us to provide instruments to school music classrooms, after school programs and music therapy programs. We select programs that are in-need, ongoing, sustainable and give more people the opportunity to make music.

Our overhead expenses are covered by sales revenue, including authentic celebrity music memorabilia. Our program expenses are covered by donations large and small.

The Foundation was founded in 2005 by Larry Thomas when he retired as CEO of Guitar Center. We continue to give more people of all ages the chance to create, experience, and enjoy everything music has to offer.

June 2021 Newsletter

June 2021 Newsletter

Conservatory of the Ozarks receives $5,000 Grant from the Guitar Center Music Foundation in partnership with The Kelly Clarkson Show

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Guitar Center and customers sharing the love!

Guitar Center and customers sharing the love!

We are extremely grateful for the generosity of Guitar Center and its customers with Round In Store and web purchases “rounded up” to the nearest dollar with proceeds distributed to GCMF. Also, donations, special events, and sales from autographed memorabilia have certainly helped us in our mission. Through instrument grants, we’ll help give more people […]

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No Roland Keyboards At Guitar Center

happyrat1 said:

My guess would be that the Korgs, Yamahas and Casios either sell quicker than the Rolands and/or they have a better markup than the Rolands.

Either way chances are all dealer decisions are based on the bottom line.

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Pretty much this. Guitar Center carries Gibson guitars, of course, but it's very rare to find the Gibson Axcess (a smooth-neck-heel guitar with or without a Floyd trem) on their walls It's a $3K guitar. They routinely carry the two most popular of the three Variax model guitars as stock items. When I wanted to pick up the JTV-89F (the third model that they don't usually stock), I was told it was a special order item.

I've found all three Korg Kronos X configurations at my local GCs, but almost never a Roland (there are seven GC's within driving distance of me here in LA).

Limited floor (and wall) space means that GC will usually stock the low-hanging fruit; the items that will turn over most quickly.


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