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By: james.midgett
Gravity Strings
Took my Les Paul Studio to Gravity Strings for a nut replacement and full setup. I thought it sounded good before, but when they were done with it it sounded incredible! I'll be taking my Partscaster in for a setup when I'm done with it. Friendly staff, too!
By: Doug W.
The absolute best place in St. Louis, and perhaps the entire country, to buy, repair or just talk saxophones. Knowledgeable staff, lots of inventory (new and used). And, no one in StL comes closed to their reeds prices.
By: christopher.braig
Just saxophones no finer place for just saxophones
By: tommy.halloran
David's Guitar Loft
David Mark--owner of David's Guitar Loft--is an extremely abusive and generally mean person. Having worked for him, I have seen first hand how he berates, cusses, and demeans his employees, and ALWAYS speaks bad of his customers--even those most loyal. Please don't support David's Guitar Loft in any way.
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