WHAT IS GUITAR MERCHANT? >

Guitar Merchant is a home for music lovers and music players, from a brand new beginner, to the well seasoned musician. We're a place where you can buy a guitar, learn to play it, and have a stage to play on. We host an Open Mic every Wednesday night, and have a live venue where we book all age concerts on the weekends. 

WHERE YOU CAN BUY A GUITAR, LEARN TO PLAY IT, AND HAVE A STAGE TO PLAY ON.

a little bit About us

OUR SUMMER BAND CAMP PROGRAMS ARE HERE!

Our most popular summer program, pairs young players together and gives them the opportunity to experience the thrill of being in a real rock band.

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July 21st - 30th - Band Camp Session

-Our 2 week program meets 3 times per week from 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM * Tuesdays/Wednesdays/Thursdays (All materials provided).

Program concludes with a LIVE PERFORMANCE in our venue. Sign up today!

Call us at 818-884-5905 for more information.

SUMMER BAND PROGRAMS >
The start of your musical journey
THIS WEEK AT GUITAR MERCHANT

IN OUR LIVE MUSIC VENUE:

-Wednesday Night at Open Mic on August 5th, our featured artist is Harold Osmer on ukulele, playing from 8:30-9:00. $2 donations.

-Friday Night August 7th our room is available to rent for a show or private event. Call us to book at 818-884-5905.

-Saturday August 8th we have a Private Party booked from 3:30-10:30 PM. 


BOOK AN EVENT WITH US BY EMAILING booking@guitarmerchant.com


SIGN UP FOR OPEN MIC ON WEDNESDAY'S! COME ANYTIME ON WEDNESDAY AND GRAB A NUMBER, COME BACK AT 6:30 WITH YOUR NUMBER AND YOU GET VIP SIGN-UP PRIORITY.

Guitar Merchant started out as an online store in 1999. Soon after, the owner found that making a personal connection with the locals was an important part of his business, so he opened our current location in 2006. Guitar Merchant is a launching pad for musicians and artists alike, we are proud to be here for the musical community, and we invite you to become a part of the family.

how did we begin? >