Yamaha Music Concert Finale with Melissa Etheridge, Michael McDonald, Sam Moore from Sam & Dave & 4 other amazing acts. This is the 1st year that Yamaha had a concert open to everyone. In the past years, it was the hardest ticket in town to get. Amazing show!!!
Saturday, January 27, 2018
Clip of Melissa Etheridge at the Yamaha Concert at the NAMM Show. Amazing show!
Friday, January 26, 2018
Friday, January 19, 2018
We are proud to announce that for the
2nd Year In A Row
We Won Best Music Store!
Thank you for voting and supporting us!
It really means a lot to us.
We look forward to making great music with you in 2018!
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Wednesday, January 17, 2018
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Saturday, January 6, 2018
Friday, January 5, 2018
We have been seeing a lot of guitars, violins, violas, cellos, double basses, and ukuleles coming in for adjustments lately due to action problems, buzzing strings and warping necks. These issues are mostly due to humidity control and changing temperatures. A lack of humidity in the air due to changing temperatures, not using an instrument humidifier, changes in altitude and improper instrument storage where temperatures fluctuate can cause these problems to occur. These instruments are made of wood which expands and contracts with temperature and humidity changes. The wood expanding or contracting can cause action problems, or even bow or warp the neck of a string instrument. To prevent this from happening to your instrument keep it humidified with an instrument humidifier and be careful where you store it. Wooden instruments should never be stored close to areas where extreme temperature fluctuations can occur. For example, by a heating/cooling vent, radiator, radiant heat, stove, windows or doors. If you detect a change in your instrument's handling or notice warping, bring it in to an experienced luthier for immediate attention.