1. Thomas Moore

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    Well, I read the reviews below and I have to say I disagree. However, I haven’t been in many vintage guitar shops and I’m not knowledgeable about the various models to know what a great vintage inventory should look like or what kind of knowledge the staff is supposed to have. I do know I walked in to get the strap lock fixed and it took only a few minutes and the guy did it for free. As for customer service well…everyone said hi to me. I didn’t feel like they were guitar snobs or looking down on me and I am fairly certain I would have picked up on that.

  2. Shawn Moore

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    Walked in and out within 45 minutes and was completely satisfied with the experience. Knowledgeable and helpful staff and owner. Bought a brilliant ’66 Ampeg Gemini II for a fair price and a strap cheaper than you can find on the web. Will most definitely do business with these guys again.

  3. Dave Poppy

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    Great experience all around! I wich more businesses treated people with the same respect as these guys.I got a fantastic deal on a very rare guitar too! Thanks Jesse!

  4. Jessi Perkins

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    BTW, This is not the “Only” Vintage and used guitar shop in Vegas (that is a big fat LIE) AJ’s Music is in Henderson (a Vegas suburb) and is 1,000 times the store Cowtown is. They have a much bigger inventory, smarter and friendlier staff, much better service, and they know guitars better. The owner/ appraiser is much more knowledgeable than Cowtown and has much better reviews across the board. The “Pawn Stars” show is one big hoax, at least as it related to vintage and famous guitars. They lie about the guitars on their show and have zero knowledge about guitars. DO NOT BELIEVE THAT BS!!!

  5. Nadav Galimidi

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    Bought a vintage Fender guitar online from these clowns. (Store should consider changing its name to “Clowntown Guitars”…).They shipped it to me 16 days (!!!!) after I paid.When I called and e-mailed the store to ask what’s going on with my guitar that I should have received 2 weeks ago (I’m in L.A, they are in Vegas, 2 business days shipping time with ANY carrier..) they said “Oh, yeah we will e-mail you the tracking number later” Of course, no such email was received…I only received a tracking number when I opened a PayPal “Item not received” claim…When I finally received the guitar (About 20 days later) which was described as being “100% original” it had an obvious re-fret, fingerboard planed down & nut changed.Things that any “Reputable Vintage Guitar Dealer” that has been in the business for more than 5 minutes should spot while blindfolded…I sent the guitar back for a refund, they received it 2 days ago and still haven’t sent me my $$ back.When I e-mailed to ask what’s going on with my refund the response I got is that the owner is traveling and my refund will be sent once he’s back and able to check out the guitar…So, I guess non of the other clowns who work at this shop are qualified enough to check out a freakin’ 1980 Fender Telecaster?? This ain’t a Burst or a New Yorker!!Maybe the good folks at “Clowntown Guitars” should devote less time to creating fake scenarios on lame (written) “Reality shows” and concentrate more on improving their non existent customer service.