[Guess] Long and McQuade: Monster Days.
Epiphone Mr. Skull Les Paul Special II - 199$, limited supply.
Features alder and maple body, bolt on mahogany neck. 2 humbuckers, rosewood fretboard with dot inlay, chrome and black hardware, skull finish.
Kramer Focus Fatboy guitar (oh god I am so getting this) - 99$
Alder and nato body, 6 screw tremolo bar, maple bolt neck, 2 single coils, 1 humbucker.
Fender Big Block Strat - 635$
Fender Big Block Telecaster - 635$
Fender FSR HSS Strat - 499$
PRS McCartney Trem - 2895$
Fender 60th Anniversary Bass (name??) - 465$
Tinted satin lacquer neck (amazing), Americanstyle pickup, vintage bridge.
Kramer Focus Bass - 119$
Alder and nato body, adjustable bridge (ooh), bolt on neck, split American pickup.
Epiphone Thunderbird - 449$
Wow, this is taking a long time to type. There's stores in North York, and on Bloor if I am not mistaken. Be sure to check it out.
PHOTOS OF THE FLYER
The flyer in PDF format.
Electric guitar related.
Acoustic guitar, electric bass related.
Sorry for the bad quality of the photos. Nothing I can do. ; _ ;
ABOUT THE 0% FINANCING
There's a whole page of small font detailing which days you get the 0% financing. Like for week 1 you'll get 0% financing on fender guitars, maybe next week on something else. I'd photo it, but it'd be really difficult to make out. However, some dates:
June 2nd: Guitar Set Up Day
"Bring your guitar. Buy some strings. Receive a free set up. Simple as that. One set up per person."
June 9th: Half Price Rental Day
"Need we say more? New rentals only. Maximum term 1 month."
June 16th: Customer Appreciation Day
"With free food and live entertainments."
Might want to check the above out if you're a regular customer. Free food!
June 23rd: Yorkville Gift Card Day
"Spend 50$ or more on any Gibson, Epiphone, or Traynor product, and receive a $10 Yorkville Gift Card! One per customer."
June 30th: Canada Day
The synopsis is really long, but tl;dr, it's recieve 6 months 0% financing on any Canadian made instrument, and receive a free Long and McQuade keychain if you do. Godin guitars, Traynor, etc. Google Canadian instrument manufacturers and you should get a list.