The first String Habitat™ cabinet was unveiled at Carter Vintage Guitars in Nashville during Summer NAMM. The String Habitat™ is a humidity controlled cabinet designed to store and display small… Read More
We are pleased to participate as a sponsor at the Fretboard Summit October 14-16, 2016 in San Diego. Guitar Habitat® cabinets will be on view, and we’re sponsoring a beer… Read More
On June 10, 2016 American Music Furniture Company co-founder Darrell Jennings delivered a Guitar Habitat® to Wayne Henderson at his home in Mouth of Wilson, VA. Wayne is a world… Read More
Some of our customers have large guitar collections, and limited space to store them in. For them, we make a modular version of our Guitar Habitat® that can grow up… Read More
We’re delighted to announce that Lattanze Guitars in Bridgeport, Pennsylvania is now a dealer for our Guitar Habitat® cabinets. Lattanze Guitars is located about 19 miles from Philadelphia, have a… Read More
Humidistat readings vary a lot. Here is a photo of three humidistats that were all taken in the same room. The wall controller humidistat is part of a good quality… Read More
We are pleased to announce that Guitar Habitat® is now a registered trade mark of American Music Furniture Company, LLC with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Lake Street Dive killing it by the pond behind Levon’s barn in Woodstock.
We are delighted to have been featured by Guitar Aficionado in their latest issue. We are honored to be part of a very select group of products recommended in their… Read More
Guitar Aficionado has headlined American Music Furniture in the “Guitar Aficionado Recommends” section of their on-line magazine. We are delighted to be recommended by one of the most prestigious guitar… Read More
American Music Furniture Company, LLC has begun shipping Guitar Habitat™ cabinets from it’s new facility in Hilltown, PA. Company owners Roger Horneff, Darrell Jennings and John Farrell are pictured with… Read More
I often play Little Wing on acoustic…now I’ve got another one to learn. Beautifully done here by Stefano Barbati. I do love guitars, and when I hear one played this… Read More