We are OPEN SUNDAYS throughout December leading up to Christmas ( excluding Dec 30th), beginning this Sunday 12-4.
Some amazing Black Friday deals this weekend. There’s always room for one more guitar.
Mackie PA systems are now available in store.
Mackie is dedicated to making professional audio equipment, and Complete Mackie PA Systems include the world renowned Mackie Thump and Mackie SR PA system bundles.
Mackie PA Systems are available in a variety of sizes, power ratings and pack configurations to suit any professional audio needs.
Ask in store for more details.
The Music Shop is excited to announce that it is now an official Martin Guitar dealer, and we have taken delivery of our first order.
Martin guitars are the premier acoustic guitar brand on the planet, and along with our 2 year servicing warranty that we offer, it’s a great combination.
Feel free to visit our first floor acoustic guitar area and we’d be happy to show you the range of Martin guitars on display.
Some new stock arriving this week includes the new range of guitar effects pedals by Fender. New pedals include the Pugilist Distortion £87, Santa Ana Overdrive £160 and the Marine Layer Reverb £110. They look great and sound amazing.
Also arriving are some new Squier strat and tele models by Fender. Forward-thinking and progressive, Squier Contemporary Series models are modern through and through – from the aesthetics to the contemporary features. Premium styling cues include chrome pickup covers, eye-catching matching painted headstocks and zebra pickup bobbins on select models. The series also features metallic finishes in Dark Metallic Red, Black Metallic and Ocean Blue Metallic, among other colours.
More new stock arriving next week.
We’re excited to announce that our new shop at 49 Church Street will open on Friday the 23rd of February.
This will follow on from our current shop at 27 Church Street being closed on Wednesday and Thursday, to allow us to move. We hope this doesn’t cause too much inconvenience.
We’re all hoping for a dry day, although it’s not too far between shops!
We look forward to welcoming customers old and new on the 23rd, and in the future.
It is with great excitement that we can announce our move into new premises, at 49 Church Street, Inverness ( formerly The Music Station).
Having been in our current shop since 1992, we see this as a fantastic opportunity to expand our business, and improve customer experience.
We look forward to welcoming all customers old and new when we open our doors at the beginning of February ( exact date to be finalised).
We’d like to thank Brian for his support over the last few months, and wish him well with his future plans.
From all the staff at The Music Shop
We have some exciting news which we will share with everyone on February 1st. Keep checking our website, FB or Instagram Page for more news.
We have some exciting news which we will share with everyone soon. Keep checking our website, FB or Instagram Page for more news.
We are pleased to announce that we are now the stockist of Squier by Fender Guitars and Basses. The range is slowly building up in store, so why not pop in and see what’s new.
Here’s a little bit of history of the brand.
Fender acquired U.S. guitar string manufacturer the V.C. Squier Company in 1965; by 1982 the Squier name had resurfaced as a low-cost “value brand” alternative initially manufactured and distributed in the Japanese domestic market and soon offered to Europe, North America and the rest of the world.
At the time, many other established brands offered affordable copies of classic Fender models including the Stratocaster®, Telecaster®, Precision Bass® and Jazz Bass® guitars. When Squier versions of these instruments appeared, demand for them as the “official” cost-conscious alternatives was immediate, and a brand name was reborn.
To maintain and control costs over the years, Squier instruments have been produced in several nations, including Japan, Korea, India, China, Indonesia and Mexico. While the brand has produced its share of innovative designs over the past 25 years, its main focus and most successful approach has always been to be the “value brand” alternative to its big brother, Fender.