Breedlove Guitars and NCMC

We are overjoyed to announce that we are officially a Breedlove Guitars Authorized Dealer!! The folks over at Breedlove Guitars are dedicated to making quality instruments that are just as unique as their players. We could not agree more with their love for nature, music, and community.

Stay tuned for when the first batch of Breedlove Guitars comes to the store, you might just find a new addition to your collection.

Holiday Business Hours

This holiday season we are altering our hours to give you more opportunities to get the gifts you need, and stay safe doing so. If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at (603) 356-3562

  • November 25th: 12pm-4pm
  • November 26th: CLOSED
  • December 24th: 10am-2pm
  • December 25th: CLOSED
  • December 28th-30th: 10am-5pm
  • December 31st: CLOSED
  • January 1st: CLOSED

Looking Into the New Year

This New Year we wanted to share a few New Year’s Resolutions with our awesome customers (that’s you!) that our staff has set for themselves. While some may be taken more seriously than others, we are putting our best feet forward with our goals for 2020.

John

“I’ve stubbed my toe twice on my guitar in the past month, which is more than I’ve picked it up and played it–I want to pick my guitar up everyday this year to play. I also want to try making less banjo jokes!”

Gary

“After 40 years of playing electric guitar only, I want to get back into my acoustic guitar. I also want to learn to play another instrument–maybe a banjo!”

Ryan

“I want to start writing more again. I also want to more actively use my metronome while practicing, and to work on my modes and scales.”

Nicole

“This year I want to learn how to apply my music theory knowledge to my guitar, to better my songwriting skills. I also want to more often remember that ‘hot things are hot’ when soldering parts at the bench–I burn myself way too often, hahaha!”

 

Learn to Bathe Your Trumpet With Nicole

Hey there everyone!

I’m here to tell you that April 6th, at 11 am, you can join me at the store for an interactive demonstration on how to bathe your trumpet. We will go over how to properly disassemble your trumpet, what the bathing process should look like, and how to put it back together correctly.

Bathing your trumpet is a common and simple maintenance that can be done in your bathroom tub or sink. I hope to see many of you there. Here’s to trumpets!