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04/30/2015
By: Tony M.
Arthur's Music Store
I have been a patron of Arthur's Music Store for over 10 years now. I love the people and I love the feel of this old Downtown Landmark. If you need new gear or your old gear tuned up this is the place to go!
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03/24/2015
By: Sunshine C.
Arthur's Music Store
A long standing staple in fountain square, with outstanding customer service, extensive selection paired with that friendly neighborhood vibe it's just THE go to for anything music you find yourself needing...check them out today!!!
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03/24/2015
By: Kristi L.
Arthur's Music Store
Highly recommend. This store is my music hookup
11/14/2014
By: Nate B.
MidWest School of Music
found a great piano teacher for my son - highly recommend.
10/04/2014
By: Danny H.
Toms Guitar Repair
TJ has done countless refrets me and evey one has been perfect. Wouldnt take my guitar anywhere else.
09/11/2013
By: bjs.guitarisland
BJ's Guitar Island Inc.
BJ's Guitar Island, Has moved as of Sept 3rd, 2013 to 3967 S. Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46217 317-780-0534
01/10/2013
By: vicki.mansfield.1238
Bongo Boy Music Inc
I have taken classical guitar lessons and they are awesome. I am currently studying conga and other percussion expressions. The experience of the teachers, and the integrity of the school, along with their giving outreach of free drum circles makes this a five star rating. Prices are competitive. I am a senior citizen and love learning here.
08/22/2012
By: cachgill
Sam Ash Music
Ordered a part in-store on the 3rd, and after multiple phone calls, it still had not arrived by the 22nd. Incredibly poor fulfillment of a purchase. Every time I called I was told I would get a followup phone call informing me of any further delays/seeing if I had gotten the product. Did not receive a single phone call. Even when I called and they said they'd call back in 5 minutes, I had to call again after waiting almost an hour because they failed to do even a simple thing like remembering to make a followup phone call 5 minutes later. Utterly incompetent managers constantly made excuses and took their time in giving me my refund. Would not even consider shopping here again.
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