Stopped by for help with a buzzing string on my guitar. The owner found the problem, fixed it no charge. Super nice vintage guitars, online price matching and about 10 pro music teachers. Love it!
1320 Richmond RdWilliamsburg, VA 23185
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701 Merrimac Trl Ste AaWilliamsburg, VA 23185
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13. Best Buy
210 Whittakers TrceWilliamsburg, VA 23185
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Was in this store yesterday with my 16 year old son shopping for a 12 string guitar. Store has decent selection, especially of older/vintage guitars (only moderate choices of new); prices are decent. But don't go here for a pleasant guitar shopping experience. Store owner followed us around, would not let us take down or put back any guitars (even the low priced ones), stood near us while we tested and watched us. When my son asked to play a $1,500 Martin 12 string, the store owner said, this is direct quote: "Why don't I show you a guitar more in your price range". I don't know what this guy is thinking, but assuming we can't afford a guitar, treating us as criminals that need to be watched, that's not going to earn us as customers. Count us out - we are taking our guitar buying elsewhere.