The kit includes best sellers from Gator Cases, Gator Frameworks, and Levy's.

Tampa, FL (May 13, 2020) -- Gator Co. has compiled the perfect starter kit for aspiring guitarists, featuring best-sellers across its brands - Gator Cases, Gator Frameworks, and Levy's.

The kit includes products now available online and from retailers:

  • Gator Frameworks guitar seat/stand combo (GFW-GTR-SEAT) – Perfect for practice or performance.
  • Gator Cases GBE electric gig bag (GBE-ELECT) - Safe and efficient storage without the high price-point.
  • Gator Frameworks music stand (GFW-MUS-0500) - Lightweight music stand with a compact, collapsible tripod base design. Perfect for the home, studio, or stage.
  • Gator Frameworks single guitar stand (GFW-GTR-1000) - A must-have for any player. Keep your guitar within reach and ready to rock.
  • Levy's hemp strap (MH8P-NAT) - The perfect amount of comfort, style, and sustainability.

“Although it has been hard to stay-at-home, many people are using this time to learn something new like an instrument or spending more time practicing,” said Gina Clement, Gator’s VP of Marketing and Business Development. “We’re seeing a lot of interest in these products and wanted to put together a suggested starter kit of must-haves for every aspiring guitarist.”

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