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With clear-cut goals and good old fashioned customer service that caters to the musician's every need, Guitar Center proves more than ever to be a strong link between musicians and the tools of the trade. The future looks bright as Guitar Center continues to open stores across the country. GuitarCenter has no intention of slowing down and will be around for generations to come. more…Full Price Guitar Center Gift Card: (sold directly from the merchant)
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- Jeff Jones:
I've had the same problem with Guitar Center several times, but this is the most recent. Last week I went to the Guitar Center on the north side of Indianapolis, Indiana, near Castleton Mall. I was shopping for a guitar case for my son and found a VERY nice used one for a VERY nice price. However, when I got to the checkout I was told that they had to hold used items for a certain period of time (I assume to be assured it wasn't stolen, sort of like pawn shops have to do). I asked why it was on the floor, displayed with all the other merchandise if it wasn't for sell yet. I was told that they put it out so that people can put it on hold. I wasn't interested in putting it on hold, I live 40 miles away and didn't want to come back! My wife spoke with the manager and told him that we felt this was a bad policy. If something isn't for sell yet it shouldn't be out on the floor. He didn't seem too interested in our opinion. This has happened several times, once when trying to buy a guitar and another time trying to buy an amp, all used, all on the floor, all not for sale (yet). I left and went to Sam Ash a few blocks away and bought a case and spent another $500 on a used guitar for my oldest son. It was actually for sale! Anyway, if you want to buy something that is used at Guitar Center, ask if it is REALLY for sale before you get too attached to it.
October 30, 2012 at 05:10pm
- Kyle McCullough:
I've have always wanted to learn how to play guitar. My friends would always strum away on their guitars while I sat there admiring how easy it seemed to be to play. Not knowing a single thing about guitars, I decided to take a trip to Guitar Center. Holy moley. The moment I walked in, there was guitars and amps all over the walls and people playing them on the sales floor. I was in awe at how inviting the store looked. I must have spent about 20 minutes looking at all the guitars on the wall. A helpful sales employee came over to me and asked me if there was anything he could help me with. I explained my situation that I would love to play guitar, but didn't know the first thing about it. The salesman then took me around the showroom and showed me the different types of guitars and explained what the differences were as far as sound, string type, and types of music typically played on each. He was very very patient with me and made me feel like a close friend. After looking around a little bit, I decided that an electric guitar would be more of my range of what I was looking to play. He explained that while electric was a little harder to play, sometimes jumping into the harder-to-play instruments makes the easier ones a lot easier to play. I was extremely excited. He then walked me through the different amps and showed me which one would probably be best to start off with as a beginner. After selecting the one he recommended, he asked if there was anything else he could help me with. After declining, he took me into this sound booth to explain some basics of guitar playing. After about 10-15 minutes of practicing, we then took the guitar and amp up to the closest register and he rang me up and out the door I went! I was extremely pleased with the customer service I received while shopping at Guitar Center. I felt like a friend rather than a customer and I praise their level of patience with me. I definitely recommend checking out the store, even if you're not a guitar player, just check out all the guitars on the wall. They also had other instruments and I played around with the keyboard for a little bit. If there is one store I felt had the best customer service experience, it's Guitar Center.
October 30, 2012 at 04:31pm
- Andrew Mozeleski:
I went to Guitar Center to look for some audiophile level headphones. I’m not much of an audiophile but I felt my current headphones were not comfortable enough so I wanted to get a new pair. My friend recommended the store. The store had 12 different headphones on display to try on. I tried on a few. The pair of Audio Technica headphones I was looking for was available but not on display. The manager decided to take new pair out of the box for me to try on. That was big surprise. Most stores wouldn't do this for a customer. Once they open a new box, they can’t sell it as new and I offered no guarantee I was going to buy them. Even though their price was a little bit higher than an online retailer, I decided to purchase the headphones from this store because of their great customer support. I highly recommend this store to anyone looking for a good pair of headphones and excellent customer service.
October 23, 2012 at 03:29pm
- Anonymous User:
I used to use guitar center alot for my shopping but after a recent experience I haven't been back. I went in with some trades that I wanted to use towards a new half-stack. I took in a custom Yamaha drum set, 3 vintage ibanez pedals, and 2 dual 15" PA speakers. I did my research as to what they worth and it looked like if I sold them privately I could get about $1,300 for all of it. I spoke to the manager who came over and looked over everything and his final total he offered was $150 for all of it. I understand they are a business and need to make profit but to offer less than what 1 of the cymbals on the set is worth for all of that is crazy. He wouldn't budge at all. I even ended up selling the pedals to another employee that saw them outside of the store for $200. I sold the 3 pedals for more than the manager was offering for the whole lot. It left a bad taste in my mouth and I wont be going back as long as this continues.
October 23, 2012 at 03:27pm
- Michael Bellamy:
Music has been a big part of my life since before my teenage years. Initially guitar was my instrument of choice but have my limitations with understanding some aspects of it, so now I much prefer piano. Guitar Center is not just for guitars, it has all kinds of musical instruments from drums, to headphones, to keyboards and even guitars (surprise!). This store is really awesome and it's a joy just walking the store and checking out the merchandise. There are a lot of specials and if you're friendly with the sales associates or managers they have tended to sell me products at manufacturer's cost. Unfortunately I saw Dr. Dre's "Beats" headphones at my local guitar center the other day, they are extremely overpriced and advise others to pick up a some Sony XB-500s, they sound great, have bass that makes you feel like you're in a club and you can find them for $50 on sale; Dr. Dre's rip-off headphones are about $300. But this store has everything and it's a fantastic store. The sales people are usually relaxed and that does good for my anxiety issues. This store is awesome.
October 11, 2012 at 02:11pm
- Chris Wilson:
I consider myself somewhat of a casual musician. I dabble on the guitar and bass and have even been in a few bands over the years. Last year, when I received my tax refund, the money was burning a hole in my pocket, so I decided to check out some new basses. I had a general idea of what I was looking for out of a new bass, and so I set out to see what was out there. I stopped by several other music stores and was neither impressed by the selection nor the service. I decided to drop by a Guitar Center to see what they had. The sales staff were really knowledgeable and helpful. I told them what characteristics I was looking for in a bass, and they helped me pick the perfect one. They even had one in stock. I played it through a few different set ups and was in love. I hemmed and hawed about whether or not I wanted to take it home that day or not, all the while the salesman remained very patient, continuing to answer any questions I had. I ended up taking the guitar home and haven't regretted my decision for a second.
September 26, 2012 at 02:07pm
- Jon Osborne:
I went in to Guitar Center a few years back with a friend about thirty minutes before they were closing. There were very few associates around in the building. I'm guessing that most of them had already gone home or were preparing to. I was just browsing the entire store to see if there was anything that caught my attention. They had a nice selection of items, both new and used. Their pricing seemed to be a bit high on some things in regards to used items. I find that I can purchase used items online from other distributors for less money. Then I had an associate come up to me and ask "Are you guys going to buy anything? Because I make commission and if you aren't then I'm leaving." We responded that we were not buying anything and he left. Keep in mind that the store still had about fifteen minutes before closing. I found this unacceptable.
September 26, 2012 at 02:04pm
- Nessa Selez:
For Christmas last year, my son wanted an acoustic guitar so badly. He had picked one out that was, well, a little much for him (he's only 9!). The salesclerk at Guitar Center was so nice and spent a ton of time with us, helping my son pick out a guitar that was good for a beginner, but still looked "cool." I honestly don't know where the man got his patience, but I'm glad he did! After a lot of rehearsal "music" and going back and forth, we finally ended up with one of his first suggestions. He even recommended private teacher for the kid through their own program! The folks at Guitar Center seem to understand and encourage young musicians, and this meant a lot to both me and my son! He's really taken to the instrument, and we've been back to Guitar Center a number of times for picks and music and such. Great store and great people!
September 20, 2012 at 07:34pm
- Anonymous User:
Whenever my girlfriend goes clothes shopping I always make an effort to go in Guitar Center. She can spend hours and hours trying on clothes and picking out new outfits, while I spend that time playing the guitar and sometimes jamming with other patrons in the store as well. I can spend hours looking around at all the amazing equipment. I've always been a fan of music and instruments and this is like heaven to someone like me. The people working there are also very knowledgeable about all things musical instruments and will help you with what ever it is you're looking for. Overall Guitar center is a great place to go if your looking for music instruments. Oh yea, and the prices are good as well!
September 12, 2012 at 04:09pm
- Brian Eckert:
I love Guitar Center. It is literally a one stop shop for everything music. My sons and I all play instruments ranging from eletric guitars to drums to trumpets and whenever we need anything Guitar Center is the place to go. I recently purchased a new guitar there and the staff was incredibly helpful and knowledable. Their expertise was what guided me to the right guitar for my skillset and wallet! I can honestly say I have never had a negative thing to say about Guitar Center and I look forward to my next stop.
September 12, 2012 at 03:57pm
- Tanya Ray:
My boyfriend is an avid guitar player. A little bit before his birthday this year he wanted to go to the Guitar Center to look at guitars and pick up a few small supplies. Since we have two young children at home it is hard for him to find time to practice playing the guitar as loudly as he wants to and he had mentioned to me that he would like some headphones to use with his amp so that he could practice whenever he wants to, not just around the children's schedules. While he was browsing, I wandered off and found a Guitar Center employee in another part of the store. Once I found one, I explained that I wanted to get some headphones and the right cords and connections so that my boyfriend could use them with his amp and guitars. The associate was EXTREMELY helpful and assisted me in finding just the right products! He was so nice and did not mind that I had no idea what I was doing or looking for! I would definitely recommend The Guitar Center to anyone who needs anything musical, if it is for themselves or as a gift! I will definitely be going back! Shopping there was a perfect example of customer service at it's finest!
September 12, 2012 at 03:38pm
- Ryan Simmons:
Recently I decided to pick up the guitar again after several years of putting it off. After searching the web for where to pick up all the essentials such as a guitar, amp, strings, books, tuner etc. everything kept pointing me to one place and that was guitarcenter.com. Sure enough this site has everything you could want for whatever music needs you have. The prices are pretty impossible to beat as well. I was able to pick up a Les Paul electric guitar for $300 cheaper than I could find anywhere else. They are always running some type of sale which I always seem to find something I can't refuse. A couple of weeks ago I picked up my Orange amp for 45% off... no complaints there. The order was filled and shipped within the day which was nice. The huge selection is probably the best aspect of the store in that it saves you from picking up bits and pieces from different stores and the hassle of entering and tracking multiple orders.
August 29, 2012 at 08:42pm
- Dima Ivanyuk:
My experience with this store has taken part over many of the past years. Whenever I was in need of a new instrument (guitar, keyboard), I knew that Guitar Center was an upcoming trip I had to make. They also have a wide variety of accessories and equipment; I found a very cool Jimi Hendrix Wa Pedal, as well as another effects pedal. I always buy my guitar picks at Guitar Center as well. I have always been presented with great customer service in every visit. I usually go to the same store, so I am on a first-name basis with a lot of the employees. What I really love about this store is that the employees always make sure that they have helped you as much and as efficiently as possible. If you are not happy with something, they will try their best to make sure that you leave the store with something to be happy about! Definitely going back soon!
August 7, 2012 at 05:17pm