How Many Guitars Are Sold a Year?


Over a million guitars are sold each year in the UK. Guitars have become increasingly popular music instruments especially among the youth and individuals who have a passion for music. They come in different types, shapes and sizes catering to every age group and preference each having a different price.
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In the year 2010 there were 2,991,260 guitars sold in the United States. The average price of a guitar sold was $372.00 and the total amount of sales was $1,151,290,000.
There is no concrete answer as to how many guitars are sold each year. There are several companies that make guitars Fender itself has three categories of guitars, electric, acoustic, and bass, and there are several models in each. Sale's numbers would depend on demand. With the economy as it is less are probably sold as in other years. Now when you have a band come out that has a great guitar player, then you bet sales go up!
The company that owns Gibson has said that they sell 60 guitars every minute. Which adds up to 720 guitars every hour. All this adds up too 1,380,000 guitars sold every year.
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