Welcome to the Guitar Store. We know you want to find a great deal on your next guitar, so we’ve scoured the web for the best deals on new, used and vintage electric guitars and basses. Whether you’re looking for a cheap axe or a top-of-the-line masterpiece, you’ll find it here at the Guitar Store.
The Guitar Store is your one-stop shop for electric guitars and acoustic guitars, bass guitars and ukuleles. You’ll find everything from drums and percussion instruments to keyboards and pianos, as well as recording equipment, DJ gear and stage lighting systems. If you’re looking for a wide range of instruments, including electric guitars, you can browse our site with confidence.
You’re sure to find the instrument of your dreams in our huge selection of electric guitars and basses from top brands like Ibanez, Paul Reed Smith (PRS), Schecter, Fender, Gibson and Yamaha. Find your dream guitar online at http://www.guitarstorename.com/ or stop by the Guitar Store today!
Tel: (818) 846-2727
Fax: (818) 846-9050
Address: 5335 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91607
Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday 10:00am to 7:00pm (PST)
Friday 10:00am to 6:30pm (PST)
Saturday 10:00am to 6:00pm (PST)
Thank you for shopping at Guitar Store. Our mission is to be the best online source for guitars, basses, related gear and accessories, as well as information and services for all musicians. We’ll do everything we can to make your experience a pleasure.
We offer a great selection of new and used guitars, basses and amplifiers from Fender, Gibson, Gretsch & PRS. Along with all the accessories that go along with them. We also have over 80 guitars in our rental program!
So stop by or give us a call today!
Welcome to Guitar Store! We have all the latest guitars, amps, and accessories. We offer a wide range of services including lessons, repairs and appraisals. If you are looking for an instrument, check out our huge inventory of new and used gear. As always, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
We are located at 555 Guitar Street in Somerville, MA. Our hours are Monday through Saturday 11am to 7pm and Sunday noon to 4pm.
Guitar Store is your home for the best guitars, basses, amps and effects on Earth. We research the planet to find you the finest instruments and accessories at prices that are guaranteed to rock your world.
Our exclusive endorsements with industry giants like Fender, Gibson, Peavey and many others give us access to the finest instruments available anywhere. This means we can bring you great deals on amazing guitars, amps and effects every day!
We also have great relationships with smaller builders like PRS, Reverend Guitars and Supro Amps. These companies hand-build their products just down the street from our stores so we can bring you their unique line of instruments at unbelievable prices!
If you’re looking for a specific instrument, please call us at (888) 456-0790 or use our Guitar Finder feature. Our selection changes daily so if it’s not in stock today it may be in tomorrow!
Whether you’re a professional musician or just starting out, Guitar Store has everything you need to rock out. See you soon!
Why am I doing this? I’ll tell you why. Sometime back in the 70s, in a fit of teenage passion, I bought a guitar. It was a cheapo department store Strat knockoff, but it was playable and it looked great.
Over the years it fell apart. The cheapo Strat was made of plastic and foil, apparently, and after two decades of abuse the neck warped until it was unplayable. The body cracked along the edges and through the paint at every stress point. The electronics went haywire because they were held in place by bottlecaps and toothpicks.
But all that time it remained one heck of a nice-looking guitar. And I kept thinking that someday I’d find someone to fix it up for me so it would play as well as it looked.
Last year I finally did find someone willing to refurbish my Strat – for $800! As much as I love the looks, eight hundred bucks is too much to pay for something that’s only worth $75 when intact.
So instead I decided to buy another cheapo Strat from a department store. This one cost about $120 new – still more than twice what my old guitar is worth to
The guitar store was in a strip mall, between a pizza place and a coffee shop. It was not what I expected.
I had no idea what to expect. I’d never been in a guitar store before.
I went in because I needed a guitar.
I didn’t need one the way you need a car or a refrigerator, or the way parents need to make sure their kids get enough vegetables.
I just wanted one, but I couldn’t figure out why.
Unlike the other kids, who played air guitar along with their favorite songs, I didn’t pretend to play real songs on my plastic guitar. But unlike adults, who put their guitars in the back of their closets after they got married, I didn’t stop wanting one just because there were more important things to do with my time and money. I don’t know how many years this went on for; it was decades before I got one.
And when I finally did get one, it wasn’t because of anything that had happened up until then–because of what kind of person I’d turned out to be or where my life was going; it was just because at that moment it happened to seem like a good idea to buy one from that particular store with that particular salesman at