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Case Study - Music Shops
Written by Michael Bravata
Wednesday, 25 March 2009 04:04 PM
Earhart Electronics, 212 W. Main St.
Best amplifier repair
This store specializes in repairing and customizing guitar and bass electronics of all sorts. It manages pedals, amplifiers, public-address systems, soundboards and keyboards. If you have high-grade equipment that needs repair, it’s definitely worth the slightly steep price to keep your irreplaceable Vox or Marshall with fresh tubes and in pristine condition.
DFW Guitars, 616 N. Great Southwest Parkway
Best guitar repair
If the intonation is off on your guitar, look no further than DFW Guitars. If you need something simple like a guitar setup or complex like re-fretting, this reasonably priced repair shop does it all. Even if your looking for a complete restoration of a beat-up junker that’s been in your closet forever, this is the place.
String Connection, 5801 Interstate 20, Suite 330
This mom-and-pop shop offers services including instrument lessons, rentals, purchases and accessories. String Connection has, hands down, the best customer service in the area. The prices are fairly low, but its variety of higher level brands could be wider.
Dosher Music, 1900 W. Arbrook, Suite 122
This store is your standard guitar shop. It carries guitar brands like Alvarez, BC Rich, Michael Kelly and other mainstream guitars, as well as Roland and Custom amplifiers. The shop also has some folk instruments like fiddles and mandolins