Written by David Buck on Mar 12, Hey all, Ernie here with a piece from from David Buck , who felt compelled to do a pretty sizable refresh of a piece he wrote last year on a certain kind of guitar with a certain retail tie. My first guitar was a instrument my dad purchased from Sears then abandoned in a closet until I discovered it at age 14 and is long lost to time, though its replacement does have ties to the company more on that later. Keep Us Moving! Tedium takes a lot of time to work on and snark wise about.
Whether you're learning something new or putting old skills back to work, get started with a new musical instrument. Sears carries everything from guitars and violins to keyboards and drum kits. Outfit your new hobby or prepare the kids for their band with all the accessories a budding musician could need. After getting some chords down, all it takes is a microphone or a digital audio input to record your own songs at home and share them with friends and family.
Silvertone was a brand created and promoted by Sears for its line of consumer electronics and musical instruments from to Samick sold musical instruments under the Silvertone brand, and relaunched some historic models, until the brand was eventually discontinued. Musical instruments sold with the Silvertone brand were electric and acoustic guitars, basses and ukuleles. The Silvertone brand was introduced by Sears in with the hand-cranked model 1 phonograph.