Frequently Asked Questions

I heard that Eddie's Guitars goes by appointment, can you clarify what that means?

The short answer to that question is, yes — Eddie’s Guitars does operate largely on an appointment basis. This is not because we wish to exclude anybody from our store. We have a very small, but extremely knowledgeable staff and the physical size of Eddie’s Guitars simply cannot accommodate displaying our full inventory that you can find on our website. An appointment will ensure that the product you wish to see is available for sale and on-site in our showroom for you to try. We cannot ensure that the product you wish to see will be on-site without an appointment.

We understand that some people simply wish to browse our showroom or may want to walk-in for accessories. We would like to extend an invite to say that you are always welcome to do so during our posted business hours. We encourage everybody to stop in, meet our staff and see what we are about.

How do I make an appointment and how far in advance do I need to make one?

With our warehouse being logistically near our store’s location, we can have guitars moved for you to demo usually within an hour’s notice – but we do encourage that you reach out 24 hours in advance. We encourage you to bring in any of your own equipment if you feel it will aid you in the process. We understand that each individual has very personalized and specific needs and we have people in house that understand that and are here to help.

Emailing our staff about your future appointment and letting them know what you are interested in and what you wish for your future purchase to do will greatly benefit you. The more information they have of your wants, the better they will be able to assist you. Even something as simple as, “I like this artist’s sound, how can I achieve that?” can go a long way.

Making an appointment also guarantees you time with one of our experts in house. We have access to an amazing array of equipment and feel very confident that with their assistance, any and all sonic needs can be met within our store.

All of our instruments, whether in-house or in storage are kept in a humidity controlled environment.

For acoustic guitars, contact Matthew Chulka : donny@eddiesguitars.com
For all things relating to electric guitars, contact Granville Helm : granville@eddiesguitars.com
For general inquiries regarding our shop, contact : sales@eddiesguitars.com

Email communication is ideal, but you can also call us at (314) 310-0493 during business hours or leave a voice-mail after hours.

Do you display ANY of the guitars that I see on your site?

Of course! We keep a little something from each of our brands on display. But for example; we sometimes have upwards of 100 Paul Reed Smith guitars in stock and it would be impossible to have them all out on display. If you are coming in with the intention of seeing a specific guitar, give us a call before hand so we can make sure it’s here for you.

Is the instrument that I see on your site the one I am actually getting?

Yes, that is the product that you are actually receiving. We understand that there are many visual factors that may play a role in your purhcase decision so we always display the actual piece of inventory you are buying.

How does mail-ordering a guitar work with Eddie’s?

We ship high-end guitars, amps and pedals all over the world, every single day so you can rest assured that your purchase is facilitated by somebody with a tremendous amount of experience. Collectively, there is over 100 years experience between our staff members. Our small staff is extremely hands on throughout the entire ordering process. The same person that answers your questions over the phone and takes your order is typically the same person that will be inspecting your instrument prior to shipping. Our salesmen are not on a commission basis, the goal is not simply to sell you something, but to sell you something that meets your needs.