Customers say:

Robert from Litchfield Park, AZ says:
I liked the Tom Rush Signature guitar so much that I just had to have the Naked Lady.  It's every bit as good as the Signature guitar and I now reach for one of the two Tom Rush guitars when I sit down in my living room to play.   They're the last two guitars I'll ever buy
Steelstring speaks of his Tofino
If I picked this up in a guitar shop I would venture a guess that this guitar was in the 2K price range. Instead, it was a fraction of that cost. This is a great instrument at a price that defies all appearance and expectation.
Sarah from Toronto on her Opeongo
What a great guitar!!! The perfect materials and flawless workmanship used to create this small guitar delivers clear balanced acoustic tone whether you play quiet finger style or strum with passion! When I walk into my music room, my Opeongo is the first one I gravitate to.
Phill W on his Canadian Songwriter
This is the best purchase I have ever made the sound truly resonates with that Taylor & Martin quality!! beautiful deep tone with crisp high note clarity that only comes from high quality instrument.

Why Would You Overpay?

The real price of a guitar should not be inflated by unnecessary markups. If a factory sells a guitar to a distributor for $800, and that distributor sells it to a regional distributor, who then sells it to a dealer... that guitar eventually sits on a dealer's wall (or online site) with a $2,000 sticker price. Is that the real price? Not in our book!

Your MacKenzie & Marr guitar comes to you from us...no additional hands adding markup...in other words at the REAL price of the guitar.

What Size Acoustic Guitar Do You Prefer

When it comes to body size acoustic guitars range from small easy to manage parlour or OO bodies to large deep Dreadnoughts or Jumbo guitars. They all have their unique feel and sound. Which is right for you?

Small Body Guitars

Smaller body guitars, once the only option available fell out of favour in the early 1900's. They've made a resounding comeback a century later - with good reason. 

Medium Body Guitars

When we launched MacKenzie & Marr in the winter of 2010 it was with Tofino - a medium body cedar top solid wood acoustic.

Larger (Dreadnought) Body Guitars

When strong bass and a booming projection are called for it's time to pick up your "Dread" and let them know you're in town.

The Gratitude Canada 150

An Acoustic that Plays Like an Electric...

Our newest guitar - the Gratitude Canada 150, has been getting great reviews from new owners. Not only is the limited edition a great example of the solid value of a MacKenzie & Marr guitar, it's also a fitting tribute to our great country. The straight neck and low string action gives it almost electric guitar playing characteristics. Check it out

An Important Note Regarding Porch Pirates

When we ship a guitar we always send it with instructions to the courier that a signature MUST obtained at the time of delivery. If no one is home to sign for the carton it will not be left. We do this to insure that your guitar does not fall into the hands of porch pirates (or other nefarious characters such as bass players or drummers).

Fall In Love In Less Than a Week

Try any of our guitars in the comfort of your own home. If you don't fall head over heels in love within a week we'll arrange to take it back and issue a full refund (including shipping).

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Kevin O'Leary was asked to choose between our $899.99 Tofino and a guitar costing considerably more. Guess which one he picked.   Watch the Dragons Den Episode

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