Huge stock of basses, plus violins and electric basses. The lowest prices while at the same time the best instruments I have seen anywhere. Very helpful staff, excellent repair work. They really understand the right way to set up stringed instruments to play their best. The only music store in Houston that stocks sheet music for bass.
16009 Jersey DrHouston, TX 77040
From Business: DK Piano Studio provides a full music education. Students are taught technique in piano performance. The study of music theory provides understanding of music notation that far exceeds simply reading notes. Interpretation of composition comes through the study of music history.
3914 Gramercy St Suite BHouston, TX 77025
From Business: Our goal is to foster confidence and creativity in students of all ages through exceptional musical learning. With our dedicated world-class faculty, state of the art facilities, and innovative programs we hope to transform lives and bolster our community through the joy of music. Located in the heart of Bellaire, West Uni…
Simply: Fuller's Guitar is the place to go if you're looking for a guitar.Being a patron of the Guitar Centers of the world, I'm all too familiar with the disconnected "buy something or don't, I don't care" attitude a lot of their sales reps have, so the buying experience at Fuller's i…
I have had the worst experience at this Horn store. The owner has no customer service and education. He cursed and disrespected me when I wanted to return his merchandise. Please be aware of This horn shop. If your child needs a horn then please shop elsewhere. \r Also,\r Monitor your bank acco…
this awsome guitar shop run by a guy named randy its probobly better no let me rephrase that,IT IS better that any major store. if you live in the houston area, or even out side it its worth the drive! they have Jet guitars! Jet! i couldnt find one any where else! Fanos,Fenders,Godin,Classicals,…
Best violin shop ever! We use the store in Pasadena, Tx but they're great about transferring things between stores, if needed. Very helpful folks work there and I send all my violin students there for instruments, strings, etc. Great place, with old time customer service!
4991 W Bellfort StHouston, TX 77035
From Business: Founded in the early 1960s by the late John Gabbanelli, Gabbanelli Accordions is rich in history and entrenched in artisan tradition. Every product is designed and created in our family-owned factory and we take great pride carrying out our family tradition of providing high quality, handmade instruments and excellent cust…
Power Piano Works repaired my piano (insides) and refinished the outside. I am incredibly happy with the results. Jim, the owner, was always friendly and informative. I now enjoy playing (and looking at) my piano!
Largest collection of double basses in this part of the country - informed, professional, attentive staff - great prices!
This store rocks!!! Prices lower than Amazon.
These guys are awesome! Erik or Anthony will take care of your drumming gear needs. fast & courteous service with a great price. It's so easy doing business with them.
I am totally sold on these guys! They treat you like family and are extremely knowleable not only about gear but also the local music scene. They want your business so they do their best to match prices from the mega discount stores on the Web. However, they will not let you leave without your gear set up exactly how you want it! Sales, service, and even lessons are all top notch. They don't have the inventory of GC or Fullers, but they more than make up for it by the way they treat you and their prices. Great Fender, Marshall, and Martin dealer! Highly recommend!
Simply: Fuller's Guitar is the place to go if you're looking for a guitar.Being a patron of the Guitar Centers of the world, I'm all too familiar with the disconnected "buy something or don't, I don't care" attitude a lot of their sales reps have, so the buying experience at Fuller's is a huge contrast.The folks around the shop are just there to help (as cliche as that sounds) ... They know that you're not going to walk in, pick a guitar off the wall and pay for it before you compare it to other brands/models, and they encourage you to make some noise so you get the full experience. The first time I walked in, I was taken aback by everyone stopping by to ask if I had any questions (thinking it was just a passive-aggressive way of asking me if I was going to buy already), but when I actually started asking questions, it clicked that they just wanted to share what they knew.I'm a fairly regular visitor to the shop now, and when I'm not buying something new (three guitars from them and counting), I'm having them tinker with a guitar I already have. A pick up on my Les Paul was acting up, and they took it to replace a pot only to find that it just needed to be cleaned out ... so they didn't charge me.When you're looking around for your next guitar, I definitely recommend you check out their website or stop by the shop before you pull the trigger.