Forever Edinburgh: Local businesses working hard behind the scenes for long anticipated reopening

Thousands of local businesses across the Capital are eagerly awaiting the easing of lockdown restrictions on Monday, and have been preparing their stores to operate with social distancing and hygiene measures so locals can come back and shop safely with peace of mind.

Thursday, 22nd April 2021, 7:00 am
The team at Guitar Guitar have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that their store is fully stocked and Covid-safe for the anticipated reopening

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Staff at Corstorphine’s Guitar Guitar have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that there are a full range of products in stock for Monday’s reopenings as beginners look to pick up a new musical hobby, or seasoned professionals look to expand their collection.

Chris Cunningham, store manager of Guitar Guitar, said: "Our doors may have been closed since Christmas but behind the scenes the staff at Guitar Guitar in Corstorphine have been busy ensuring that, when we reopen on on Monday April 26 our walls and cabinets are brimful of tasty guitars, amps, effects and accessories, with something for everyone.

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“We can’t wait for shoppers to come and check out the fabulous new range of Fenders and Gibsons, marvel at our Martins and have a tinkle on our Taylors.

“Our ace guitar tech Bob will be back at his bench to tackle any repairs needing done.”

“Due to guidelines we will be restricting the number of customers in our store so we are letting customers know that they may have a short wait to get in. We also encourage all customers to wear a mask and sanitise their hands on entry.

“If you can't make it into the shop, our website is still open and we offer next day delivery on all items. You can even chat live to a member of our online team if you have any questions.”

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