DGSI News

 

In an effort to ensure the health of our staff and customers, we will be closed until further notice. Please email us with any inquiries. 
Stay healthy, stay responsibly connected and we look forward to seeing you soon. Thank you.
- DGSI Team 
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A heartfelt hello to all and we hope everyone is well under the circumstances.

For the health of our staff and all of you, we made the decision on March 14th  to close the shop until it is safe and responsible to reopen. Of course it is now a general edict by the state and city so we will continue to comply with these regulations.

Sam, Matthew, Spencer and Ben all continue to work remotely and they are doing a terrific job of staying in touch with our instrument renters, consignees and any potential buyers. We are also working on a DGSI virtual workshop series so stay in touch through the website, facebook page and instagram.

Our luthiers, Bela, Sprocket, Dan, Seth and Jeff need to be on site to work effectively, so they are currently sheltered in place at their respective homes but eager to get back to work. We are also awaiting the arrival of Sam Morel from France who needs the american embassy to open so he can secure the visa for which he has been essentially approved. Jose, Aurelio and Cesar are tracking Realist production and Antonio looks forward to returning to his work on our cases and tuners. We are all staying in touch. 
   
On our return to business ( which we shall shout from the various remote roof tops), we will be prioritizing appointments so that we can get instruments in and out quickly and all of you back to waiting tours, club dates, concerts, studies and just playing in general.

If you email info@davidgage.com or BenjaminH@davidgage.com, we will add your name, contact info and the job you need done to a list we are starting so we can organize the schedule. When we have an opening date, we will then contact you to set up an appointment on a first come, first served basis with priority given to need and according to our mutual schedules. We also would love to hear how everyone is doing and to know you are well. 

Rest assured, all who have instruments in the shop, that we remain fully insured and we stop in periodically to make sure all is in order. 
 
Our hearts are with any among us who are struggling with the virus and with the financial anxieties this has caused so many in the arts community. Tough times for all and we very much look forward to getting the show back on the road.

Warmly, 
David, Judy and all of us at DGSI