Guitar shop goodwill is the latest retailer to come under fire for its advertising campaign which uses a series of fake photos to promote the online shop.
The campaign, titled What We’re Playing this Week, appears to have been developed by a group of people called The Guitar Shop and the hashtag #GuitarShopWishes.
The hashtag, #GOTW, is also used by a number of other social media accounts including the @guitarshop hashtag, which uses the hashtag for a number other brands.
The photos appear to show guitars being bought online from various stores, including eBay, Guitar Center, Guitar Warehouse, and Guitar Centre Online.
The images are then presented as part of the official website for the stores.
The images are posted in a series which appear to be real, but have been modified to appear more like fake.
For example, in the first image, you can see a guitar being purchased from a store called Guitar Center Online.
In the second image, the person is shown on the back of a guitar as it was being purchased at a store named Guitar Center.
In the third image, a man is shown sitting on a guitar.
The next image shows a man playing a guitar, although the images are obviously edited to show him standing.
Another example is the second and third images showing a man sitting on an acoustic guitar.
In all the images, the man in the second photo is playing the guitar, while the third shows the man playing the acoustic guitar with the image being altered.
In both images, it’s clear that this is a fake guitar.
However, the second version of the guitar appears to be fake and is not in fact the real guitar being played.
In a statement, Guitar Shop said it was investigating the claims and that it had removed the images.
It added that it was taking the matter seriously and was committed to promoting the Guitar Shop brand and supporting its employees in the future.
Guitarist Mike Jones said the images were “absolutely disgusting” and “totally inappropriate”.
He said: “I would have never posted these things in the store if I didn’t believe it was the case.”
I would never post these images and I don’t think it’s right for me to put up with it.
“If you can’t get a decent guitar, you should not buy a guitar from Guitar Center or Guitar Warehouse.”
GuitarsOnline.com has reached out to Guitar Shop for a comment.