We offer a wide range of music gear, instruments and accessories in our store location. Check out our current in-stock music gear on our
Return Policy –
Full in-store credit for new equipment returns with 10 days of purchase only with the original sale receipt. Must be in like new condition with all original packaging, manuals, warranty cards, etc.. No returns on special order items, layaways, used items, media, software or any sales where trade-ins are involved. Used items are sold as-is, no warranty. A restocking fee will be assessed on layaways in default.
Consignment – Give us call or send us an email and see if consignment of your music gear would be a good fit for Firehouse Guitars and Music.
Layaway – We offer the chance to hold an item for 30 day with 20% down. Items not picked up after 30 days will be returned to the showroom floor.
Firehouse Guitars and Music carries music gear from many of the top name brands. A list to some of vendors is listed below. Click a link below to shop by brand on our Reverb store. We also carry a wide range of accessories to help you make the music you love. From cases and stands to cables and picks we have you covered.
Few tips for choosing a first instrument
Choosing an instrument can be a very personal experience. It is always fun to try out a range of guitars with different shapes and tone woods to see what works best for your comfort and budget. We have several entry level guitars and keyboards to get started on your musical journey.
One of feature to look for when buying a keyboard is the dynamic response. This is the sound of the keys when you press them down. Is it soft when you play softly and loud when you play loud. Or does sound the same however you press the keys. If the sound changes the keyboard is velocity sensitive and you will be able to be more expressive when play the keyboard.
For getting started on the guitar you might want to hold a few and make that they are comfortable to hold while sitting. Make sure that your arm reaches the first fret and that there is bend in your elbow and the arm is not out straight.
When creating a budget for your instrument not only do you want to budget for the guitar but also be sure to include room for stands, cases, tuners, books, extra picks etc..to make sure that you have everything you need when you get home. When buying a acoustic guitar we recommend buying a tuner, strap, picks, capo, case or stand and a book. The same would go for electric guitar but I would an amplifier and cable as well. To get started with keyboard be sure to include a stand, bench and sustain pedal if it is not included.