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These guitars are made from former Detroit landmarks

For better or worse, Motorcity ain't what it used to be. But, having survived bankruptcy, corruption and bad luck that nearly broke its back, Detroit is making a slow comeback. While most of the city's residents are looking to the future, anyone looking to hold on to a piece of the city's long, colorful history would do well to take up guitar lessons. Wallace Detroit Guitars builds their axes from wood they've reclaimed from Motorcity landmarks.
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