I have a question. How much does it cost to put it a violin string and tune them all? Do you have any bows?
The best customer service and anything stringed prices -- you want it -- they got it, or will get it for you! Dr. MJ Brown
I have been allowing Collin to work on my guitars for several years, at the old shop. Now he has taken the lead and is running his own place of business. Good for him! Collin is highly experienced, great to get along with, and true when it comes to music. I trust him highly with my equipment when it comes to repairs and also when it comes to advice, he truely loves his work. I just recently purchased a new guitar from him (11-9-13), and I love it. I was lead in the right direction as to what I was looking for, and was provided excellent advice for my long overdue upgrade. The prices are very reasonable if you are looking for an entry level instrument and in my case I got a very high end guitar at an awesome price! Be aware that any quality instrument is going to cost you. For guitars, expect $200 minimum, for a 'training wheels' guitar, great but basic, and up to several hundreds ($680) as is my case, on a serious to the art upgrade. Stop by the new shop, support local business, and trust that Collin can take take care of you! Sincerely,An appreciative customer -Carlos
I'm a violist, but many of my dear friends who play violin visit this guy too. He does a superb and fault-free job repairing instruments, is fast, and very knowledgeable. He adjusted my viola, put on a new set of strings, fixed my bridge and sound post and filled in some scratches for me today! Honestly, my instrument sounds even better than before, and the scratches are nowhere to be found! He repaired the instrument so quickly that I got to stay and watch the whole process. His instruments are also stunning, and sound great. This is the place to go, if you're in town!