At Guitar Boutique we carry instruments in all price ranges to satisfy a wide variety of Customers. From High-End Vintage Pieces to Moderately Priced Quality Lines. We even carry Beginner Packages for the new Musician and we offer many Musical Accessories. Yes, we BUY as well as SELL Guitars, Amps and Gear. Maybe you would like to Trade In or Trade Up your Guitar or Amp. You will find in our shop guitars and amps, you will not see in other stores, or think of looking on line for. So, escape from the ordinary and visit us at.... GUITAR BOUTIQUE!
Our Facility also offers Private On-Site Lessons on Guitar / Bass / Piano and Drums. Taught by experienced, professional Instructors, we offer lessons to all age groups and experience levels from Beginner to Advanced. We also offer local In Home Instruction.
Beside Repairs we can set up your Guitar to play with ease. Pick-up recommendations or alterations my be the right choice. We have skilled technicians ready to make it right for you. Amplifier Repair Work is also offered. Is your amp not what it use to be or is that hum too loud? Speaker Replacement and many other options is a great way to save money and keep that amp you've grown to like.
Our Beautiful Showroom is centrally located and can be reached by many means of transportation. We are just minutes from New York City and only 3 miles from the George Washington Bridge. The NJ Turnpike, Rt 80, Rt 46 and Rt 1 & 9 lead right to our door. We do also offer Shipping Options and accept Major Credit Cards/PayPal.
Guitar Sculpture stands over 7 foot tall in front of Guitar Boutique. Sculpture is made of 1/4" steel and weighs over 250 lbs. Designed by and finished by Steven Grace and constructed by Ned Czarnecki of The Iron Cowboy.
Above 1957 Gibson Les Paul TV Model in Rare Beautiful Condition. Below, this site just had to be taken so you could view. Left to right, a New Eastwood 59 Custom 3P, center 1975 Fender Musicmaster Bass, right 1965 Harmony Rocket II H 54 with Whammy Trem Arm, in to take your breath away condition. BTW, this is a Eric Clapton signed pic on the wall from the Derick Days.