Minnesota Musical Instrument Store Reviews
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Well Recently I start school at Southeast Technical Collage for building and repairing stringed instruments. Names of differnt Luthiers started popping up and low and behold Hoffman came up in conversation. I didn't really pay it much attention at because I had gotten sick of hear about all
They sell mostly on the web and ebay but call ahead and they will let you browse through there stuff. They had about 40-50 guitars when I was there. I Bought a Epiphone Les Paul at a great price! it was a factory 2nd but there was nothing wrong with it at all. would highly recommend if your
A great selection of top quality cellos, violins, basses, violas, and string-instrument accessories. The staff is friendly and professional. This store is the store to go to if you are in need of a string instrument, repair, appraisal, or just some rosin or strings.
Buying a guitar can be hectic and expensive. From my experience, retail outlets such as Target, WalMart, and even Guitar Center overall either match first-time buyers with guitars that are unreliable, at the top of their budget, or both. Whether you're looking for the right acoustic or electric
Great Teacher! brAlso did a great job at tuning our piano
Great place. Great work! Kirk and Mark are as good as you can get! Always something cool going on in that place! Been a customer for 15+ years and will not let anyone else touch my junk!
I just appreciate the professional and friendly way I was treated and I got a good deal as well.
I am thrilled with the work Luhm's did for me. My damaged china cabinet has been restored to better then original condition. Thanks to Ben & Derrick Luhm
Best little professional guitar shop in the Twin Cities. These guys are into Punk Metal, but are extremely knowledgeable about guitars of all shapes and sizes. From the classic American made Fender & Gibson guitars of yesteryear, to the more modern and recent Jackson, Michale Kelly, Schecter
They fix nearly any band instrument. They work with many of the local school districts and with Music Go Round. Very fair and up front. Small personable shop. Bit hard to find, but they're right next to the Dairy Queen. Quite willing to give advice on purchasing new and used instruments. Highly