Journey back to a simpler time
Player's Gear is a local guitar shop, plain and simple. It's got cool guitars that are made to tell a story, cool amps that you can crank up, cool accessories to add to your tone pallete, and cool musicians hanging out. We cater to both experienced players and beginners. Whichever category you fit in, you can probably find something you always needed in the shop. When you come in, you can expect the environment of a classic mom and pop guitar shop. Not the biggest place in the world, but chock full of cool stuff.
The shop specializes in the eclectic and the funky. If you're looking for stuff that doesn't quite fit into the mix at the massive guitar emporiums, you've found a new cool place to buy gear. We have hand-wired pedals, hand-built amps, cool wall art, and can hook you up with some cool guitar mods. Player's Gear is an authorized dealer for Weber, Vintage Brand Guitars, VHT Amplifiers, and Nashville Guitar Works Guitars and amps. We also sell guitars refurbished by MIRC.
This combination makes for a broad spectrum of instruments and effects. Almost any player will find something they are looking for.
Guitar maintenance and repair services are available with reasonable rates. You may not need a new guitar, you may just need to get the one you have serviced. Bring it in and talk to me about it.
When the shop opened in 2019, the plan was to make a cool hangout for musicians that also sold gear. It has survived the adversity that COVID-19 created and is still here. In order to create a comfortable environment for everyone, the shop offers two kinds of experiences:
Monday through Thursday, the shop is open by appointment only. Call the shop and make an appointment to get the rock star treatment. You can come in and have the whole store to yourself.
Friday and Saturday, the door to the store is open and it's business the way it used to be. There are no mask requirements, but it's fine if you want to wear one. It's fine if you don't wear one. Use common sense. If you're sick, you probably don't need to go hang out at the guitar store and make other people sick.