Our new full-service repair shop and showroom is located at:

117 N 36th St
Seattle, WA 98103

Store Hours:

Mon:  Appointment only. Please give us a ring at 206.399.8518 (appts must be scheduled at least 48hrs in advance).
Tues-Sat: 10:30-6:30
Sun: Closed

Whether it’s to chat about that elusive guitar or amp that you’d like us to track down, get a quote on a repair, or simply disuss the merits of your favorite Wilco solo, we’d love to hear from you. We’re highly accessible folk living in a digital age, so please contact us using any of the traditional methods or social media outlets below:


Phone: 206.399.8518

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16 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Matt says:

    Hi. I contacted you today from the UK regarding the pro tone strat. Could you accept $425 for the strat and delivery please? Are you aware of custom charges for second hand instruments? Many thanks. Regards, Matt.

  2. Jeffrey W.Donegan says:

    Favorite Wilco solo? That is quite the conundrum! Right now I find myself numbing out to the outro-solo of Art of Almost. I find myself having an out-of-body experience almost with that piece, of course that could be said of any of Nels solos. I particularly find fractals of his solos rummaging thru my mind, filtering thru at red lights & moments of daydream. They literally buffer the chaos of daily life! Just a slightest nuance( is that redundant?) of his playing inspires!
    Yep! Big time!
    Peace, jeff( rhpskm)

  3. Yes, now that you mention it, the bevel plays a large part in the look of a Jazzmaster. But I think we’re missing the 400 pound gorilla in the room: the vintage Jazzmaster has just a whole lot more yellow in the sunburst and, of course, the red is much redder than reissues or, really, any modern interpretation of the three tone.

    • mmguitarbar says:

      Of course, but for the purposes of that particular post, focusing on the bevel was a necessity. Certainly the bursts are different, but a lot of folks don’t distinguish between them. Still, it’s a valid point.

  4. Dillon says:

    My buddy recommended me to you guys for advice and fixing up my squire VM jazzmaster. I got a mastery for it. I also got a lollar p90 for the bridge. I want to replace all the wires, pots, caps and switches. But idk what the best route to take would be. I’d like to spend less than $100 but I also don’t want to take take any short cuts. Can you help me please???

  5. Ben Vallance says:

    What switch should I get to replace the original one that is going bad on my Starcaster Reissue? Thanks in Advance!

  6. Joseph T says:

    one of you guys works out of Long Beach? either way, I had a jazzmaster with some issues I wanted handled, so much so that id be willing to pay to ship my guitar to Seattle if need be.

    obviously id prefer Long Beach seeing as I live In San Diego.

    please let me know , thanks


  7. Russ Roosma says:

    I put a bigsby and vibramate on my 2013 Starcaster and it seems like the bigs is pulling up off the body. Did you replace the posts where the stop bar was or use the same inserts? Any input would be appreciated..
    Thanks ,

  8. To whom may concern. My Question: The Squire J Mascis upgrade with pick ups tremolo + bridge ..Could you share the parts cost as I’m struggling paying 2’grand for a USA model that I’d have to buy on credit vs a affordable alternative.. Actually I prefer antiquity ones and the better tremolo so it makes more sense for a player guitar to go this route then to dump a lot of cash into a new higher end guitar and change things anyway ..A , J Mascis used with upgrades seems unbeatable for a player guitar for me ..Thank you Jeff

    • Hey, sorry I missed this. I didn’t share any price info because you really have to dig for the best prices on these things, and that seems to change a lot as Fender announces new models and the like. The Mascis is a great guitar though. Surely you can find a USA model for much less than $2k! The advantage with the US model is there’s really not a lot you’d need to mod on it anyway, save for the pickups. All of the hardware is great, as is the wiring.

      Stick with the US AVRI/AV65 trem and Antiquities, and I’m sure you’ll be surprised at the cost. Depending on the bridge you choose, you could come under $400 easily.

  9. john doe says:

    I’m trying to build a Rivers Strat with the Lightning Strap just like you did, but I can’t for the life of me find that Allparts bridge you mentioned. Mind linking it here or editing your post to add the number or something? It would help more than just me

    • Wish I could help, but like I mentioned in the article, I had to trawl eBay for hours to even find one. Allparts discontinued the bridge a long time ago (and as far as I know it was only available in Japan) and the seller from which I purchased my bridge also doesn’t offer it anymore. It’s not an easy situation!

      • john doe says:

        Well I just saw that Charvel reintroduced the Jake E. Lee guitar! Maybe they have a part catalog with it! I can’t find it on any parts websites, but they’re at least being produced and out there again.

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