Everything Musical

★★★☆☆
  • 2400 W. Britt David Rd

    Columbus, GA 31909

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  • 706-323-1809

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Purchased my first guitar from Gary in Jan 2010. I still go in about every week to see the new stuff and have always been welcomed. Will be buying more because I know I can trust them.\r\nI have never been told I couldnt touch, much less play, anything they have hanging, including the expensive Taylor's.\r\nI have compaired several products to GC and found them to be almost identical in price.\r\nGo see Gary or Larry and see for yourself.\r\nGreat Place, Great People

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★★★★★

Purchased my first guitar from Gary in Jan 2010. I still go in about every week to see the new stuff and have always been welcomed. Will be buying more because I know I can trust them.\r\nI have never been told I couldnt touch, much less play, anything they have hanging, including the expensive Taylor's.\r\nI have compaired several products to GC and found them to be almost identical in price.\r\nGo see Gary or Larry and see for yourself.\r\nGreat Place, Great People

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Not sure what the problem is with some of these guys, but I have been allowed to play any guitar I asked to play at Everything Musical. I do not blame them for wanting to help me get a guitar down off of one of the high racks. I certainly do not want to drop one or not hang it back up incorrectly. They have allowed me to play more than one custom Limited Taylor guitar, which by the way is way up on the top of the food chain of fine instruments, and all I had to do was ask. I guess if I looked like a drag worm that had nothing better to do than to go to music stores and try to show off how tallented I thought I was by banging away on an instrument which I obviously had no intention of buying like alot of guys I see in various music stores, then I would expect to be told not to play some of the expensive guitars without assistance. But that has not been my experience with Everything musical. I have been in alot of music stores and have found the staff at Everything Musical to be very friendly and helpful. I did not have the same experience at Guitar Center in Atlanta. I could not get anyone to help me at the Guitar Center and Guitar Center could not match the price of Everything Musical. Not to mentioned I drove over 2 hours to get there. I shopped for months for the right Taylor guitar all over the state and have bought not one but 2 from Everything Musical based on the best price I could find and the help I recieved. As a guitarist who owns many guitars (mostly in the $750.00 to $2500.00) and can truley appreciate a good quality music store, I rank Everything Musical my #1 music store in Georgia and Alabama. They are well worth the drive.

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★★★★★

Not sure what the problem is with some of these guys, but I have been allowed to play any guitar I asked to play at Everything Musical. I do not blame them for wanting to help me get a guitar down off of one of the high racks. I certainly do not want to drop one or not hang it back up incorrectly. They have allowed me to play more than one custom Limited Taylor guitar, which by the way is way up on the top of the food chain of fine instruments, and all I had to do was ask. I guess if I looked like a drag worm that had nothing better to do than to go to music stores and try to show off how tallented I thought I was by banging away on an instrument which I obviously had no intention of buying like alot of guys I see in various music stores, then I would expect to be told not to play some of the expensive guitars without assistance. But that has not been my experience with Everything musical. I have been in alot of music stores and have found the staff at Everything Musical to be very friendly and helpful. I did not have the same experience at Guitar Center in Atlanta. I could not get anyone to help me at the Guitar Center and Guitar Center could not match the price of Everything Musical. Not to mentioned I drove over 2 hours to get there. I shopped for months for the right Taylor guitar all over the state and have bought not one but 2 from Everything Musical based on the best price I could find and the help I recieved. As a guitarist who owns many guitars (mostly in the $750.00 to $2500.00) and can truley appreciate a good quality music store, I rank Everything Musical my #1 music store in Georgia and Alabama. They are well worth the drive.

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This store has stepped BEYOND reasonable business decisions concerning the 'Don't Touch' policy all over their store. Musicians cannot, and should not, deal with someone who expects them to pay store prices for equipment, yet give them the attitude when they walk in the door. Sure, any business may suffer a loss from a 'rogue' kid who accidentally drops a guitar, or a loud lick on a drum head. BUT, this IS a musical EQUIPMENT store, right? Not just a museum. The fact that the equipment is actually, physically, OFF LIMITS without a store employee 'allowing' me into the equipment area, is rediculous. Guitar Center allows anyone and EVERYONE who enters their store to grad and test ANYTHING on the floor, the wall, or behind the counter! NO QUESTIONS ASKED, loud drum players included. Sorry guys, but until you lighten up and allow those of us who enter your business to actually test, play, feel, look at, breath on, taste, and maybe even damage, your goods, then you will always be relugated to the common starter player who knows no better, and nothing else.
Wish I could be more positive. P.S. My son and I entered the store one day to test a bass amp upgrade, but were told that no playing was allowed while people were being 'taught' piano lessons, and that it would be another hour before they were finished. When we came back over an hour later, we were again turned away because another crop of piano lerners had started their lessons. Is this a way to run a music equipment store? Needless to say, we picked up the same amp from GuitarCenter the following weekend. Sorry Everything Musical, but you're NOT everything musical, that's for sure. (also, hire some young guns, your older work force is not in touch with the younger generation who is now your customer.)

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★★☆☆☆

This store has stepped BEYOND reasonable business decisions concerning the 'Don't Touch' policy all over their store. Musicians cannot, and should not, deal with someone who expects them to pay store prices for equipment, yet give them the attitude when they walk in the door. Sure, any business may suffer a loss from a 'rogue' kid who accidentally drops a guitar, or a loud lick on a drum head. BUT, this IS a musical EQUIPMENT store, right? Not just a museum. The fact that the equipment is actually, physically, OFF LIMITS without a store employee 'allowing' me into the equipment area, is rediculous. Guitar Center allows anyone and EVERYONE who enters their store to grad and test ANYTHING on the floor, the wall, or behind the counter! NO QUESTIONS ASKED, loud drum players included. Sorry guys, but until you lighten up and allow those of us who enter your business to actually test, play, feel, look at, breath on, taste, and maybe even damage, your goods, then you will always be relugated to the common starter player who knows no better, and nothing else.
Wish I could be more positive. P.S. My son and I entered the store one day to test a bass amp upgrade, but were told that no playing was allowed while people were being 'taught' piano lessons, and that it would be another hour before they were finished. When we came back over an hour later, we were again turned away because another crop of piano lerners had started their lessons. Is this a way to run a music equipment store? Needless to say, we picked up the same amp from GuitarCenter the following weekend. Sorry Everything Musical, but you're NOT everything musical, that's for sure. (also, hire some young guns, your older work force is not in touch with the younger generation who is now your customer.)

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This place cracked me up today. I was passing through town and stopped in at this place. I went to look at the drums and a salesperson actually bodily placed himself between me and the drums like a bouncer and said ""CAN I HELP YOU?""\n\nMind if folks look at the drums, fellas? \n\nSorry, Pal... we got no used gear, and you no touchee the drums. No touchee the guitars, either. No fun. \n\nThis place is overpriced and while I did see a lot of guitars I might have been interested in owning, well, if I can't test drive the car, I don't want to buy it. If I'm going to blind purchase a guitar without plugging it in and hearing it, I might as well just buy off the internet. Which is what your former customers are probably doing right now.\n\nI buy guitars, basses, drums, microphones, compressors, cables, recording equipment and headphones. My tax forms say that last year I spent over $7k on musical equipment. I've never been told not to pick up a guitar in a music store.\n\nGood luck hanging in there against Guitar Center, dudes. You're gonna lose and lose big.\n\nPlus, that broken guitar you guys nailed to the wall to justify your ""Hands off!"" policy? You and I both know that was a piece of crap before it ever hit the floor. Smashing it kept some kid from struggling to make barre chords on it for three weeks before he gave up and became an accounting major at whatever community college you guys have in Columbus. I see the destruction of that guitar as a victory for music.\n\nSee ya in the funny papers.

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★☆☆☆☆

This place cracked me up today. I was passing through town and stopped in at this place. I went to look at the drums and a salesperson actually bodily placed himself between me and the drums like a bouncer and said ""CAN I HELP YOU?""\n\nMind if folks look at the drums, fellas? \n\nSorry, Pal... we got no used gear, and you no touchee the drums. No touchee the guitars, either. No fun. \n\nThis place is overpriced and while I did see a lot of guitars I might have been interested in owning, well, if I can't test drive the car, I don't want to buy it. If I'm going to blind purchase a guitar without plugging it in and hearing it, I might as well just buy off the internet. Which is what your former customers are probably doing right now.\n\nI buy guitars, basses, drums, microphones, compressors, cables, recording equipment and headphones. My tax forms say that last year I spent over $7k on musical equipment. I've never been told not to pick up a guitar in a music store.\n\nGood luck hanging in there against Guitar Center, dudes. You're gonna lose and lose big.\n\nPlus, that broken guitar you guys nailed to the wall to justify your ""Hands off!"" policy? You and I both know that was a piece of crap before it ever hit the floor. Smashing it kept some kid from struggling to make barre chords on it for three weeks before he gave up and became an accounting major at whatever community college you guys have in Columbus. I see the destruction of that guitar as a victory for music.\n\nSee ya in the funny papers.

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All Things Musical has a great variety of good guitars, electric and acoustic. Some are for advanced musicians and some are for the average guitar player, and a few are entry-level. Stan and Gary always welcome me and Stan tells good stories while Gary shows me the newest guitars. Gary's knowledgeable and a good picker so he knows what guitar players want. He and his colleagues put together a good deal for me on a guitar set-up and a case. This store is a nice palce to do business.

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★★★★★

All Things Musical has a great variety of good guitars, electric and acoustic. Some are for advanced musicians and some are for the average guitar player, and a few are entry-level. Stan and Gary always welcome me and Stan tells good stories while Gary shows me the newest guitars. Gary's knowledgeable and a good picker so he knows what guitar players want. He and his colleagues put together a good deal for me on a guitar set-up and a case. This store is a nice palce to do business.

Pros: Gary has excellent customer service skills.

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I have went in looking at guitars. They had a large selection. I asked if I could play some. They said sure. The guy showed me the selection he had in my price, and some that were higher in price. He said to feel free and try any that I wanted to. Ive been in several times since, simply ask if I can go and try some guitars, and they let me go right in and try all that I wish for as long as I wish. Havent purchased yet. Still trying to narrow them down.

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★★★★☆

I have went in looking at guitars. They had a large selection. I asked if I could play some. They said sure. The guy showed me the selection he had in my price, and some that were higher in price. He said to feel free and try any that I wanted to. Ive been in several times since, simply ask if I can go and try some guitars, and they let me go right in and try all that I wish for as long as I wish. Havent purchased yet. Still trying to narrow them down.

Pros: Good selection

Cons: price

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They have a wide selection but do not want you to touch the instruments before buying, The customer service is slow and the prices are a bit high. But the selcetionis great

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★☆☆☆☆

They have a wide selection but do not want you to touch the instruments before buying, The customer service is slow and the prices are a bit high. But the selcetionis great

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The last three times I have tried to purchase guitar strings and sheet music they have been closed, unless youwant to take piano lessons. Don't waste your time here goto Gorilla Guitars on Broadway.

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The last three times I have tried to purchase guitar strings and sheet music they have been closed, unless youwant to take piano lessons. Don't waste your time here goto Gorilla Guitars on Broadway.

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