Okay, so I sell at markets and festivals and such. One of my big mistakes starting out this year was just selling guitars. I learned real quick that it's tough to get folks to plunk down $100+ on a guitar when they don't know how to play. They appreciate what I'm doing, but they don't want to buy in at that high a cost. could tell, they wanted to buy something. I simply wasn't carrying items that fell in their price range. It sent me back to the drawing board and made me think a lot more like a retailer and less like a builder. Now, I have added handmade items that run the $10-$30 range. They look cool and they give customers the opportunity to spend some money at the price point they wanted to and is more profitable.
What kind of accessories and related products do you sell?