Art and Rhoda opened Strung-Out Guitars on October 1, 2006. Art has had a lifetime full of experience, like so many others, at the age of 14 he began to play guitar to learn Beatles songs.
Art is a big supporter of Cornwall’s local musicians. Art has a lot of pride in the collectable guitars that Strung-Out Guitars carries. Some of those guitars are a Gibson Lap Steel once owned by John Fogerty of CCR, a Takamine 12-string, an acoustic signed by David Bowie. Art knows his music history and has a great passion and dedication to the music industry.
Strung-Out Guitars is one of the newest Paul Reed Smith dealers in Eastern Ontario. A walk through the maze of guitars reveals some hard to find gems such as the ’57 Kay Swingmaster.
If nothing else, a visit to Strung-Out Guitars is both entertaining and educational. We always have a good selection of previously enjoyed Gibsons, Martins, Taylors, Les Paul, Gretsch, Guild and Hoffner.
We also have guitar, bass and drum lessons. We have three experienced guitar teachers and one experienced bass player. We teach ages 6-90. From beginners to shredders. Acoustic, electric and bass lessons are available at $30/h.
We also offer a full line of repairs from setups to neck resets.
And, of course, acoustic guitars,
We have vintage amps as well.
St. Lawrence Soundstage tickets!
To reach us call 613-938-3738!
Thursdays and Fridays from 11 until 8.
How about ukuleles? I’ve owned a couple of guitars for about 35 years and still can’t play. I thought maybe ukulele might be easier.
One of the best music stores in eastern Ontario! Lots of older high quality instruments.
Maybe I should take them the banjo that I never look at or learned to play….
They do buy and sell, admin! 🙂
Admin, keep the banjo and take some lessons!
A well played banjo is the best chick-magnet you’ll ever find. 🙂
I,m hoping you still have that Gold Top,,,I want to Pick it up today around 4;30,,email me with the amount it will take to leave the store in MY hands,,,FlyinVeeGuy
I would love to get in touch with Art. I bought a guitar there a long time ago. There’s a photo that should’ve been included with the guitar. But he wasn’t able to find it at the time.
Maybe he’s found it by now, lol.
You never know.