Daisy Rock

Daisy Rock Girl Guitars is a girl-guitar company founded in 2000 by Tish Ciravolo. Daisy Rock Girl Guitars has instruments available in over 26 countries worldwide, and the company is co-owned and distributed by Alfred Music Publishing.

The first “Daisy” guitar, debuted in November 2000 at Seattle’s RockGrl Conference, and Daisy Rock was launched as a subsidiary of Schecter Guitars. During the conference, musician Courtney Love saw the guitar and liked it so much she graciously gave her stamp of approval with an autograph.

Within 2 years, the company went from a brand new guitar manufacturer with only 75 guitars to sales of over $400,000 by the end of 2002.

In 2003, Daisy Rock left Schecter, becoming its own entity. Daisy Rock also entered into a partnership agreement with Alfred Music Publishing, the world’s largest educational music publisher. Under this agreement, Alfred became the co-owner and distributor of Daisy Rock Girl Guitars.

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