It's ironic that this place should be in the capital of ""peace and love"" because the guys working in this store are about the farthest thing from peaceful and loving you will find. The first thing that you will notice is that despite its indy look, this store has no interest in the casual guitarist, or even the professional guitarist. Their smiles only light up when they sense big bucks. Otherwise, you can't lay a finger on a single guitar. If you happen to give these guys the impression that you do have money, good luck trying more than two or three guitars before they get angry and start making attempts to get you out of the store. Besides the plutocratic nature of the store, you get the impression that all of the guys in the store think they're better than you. Even if that's true, it's not a warm environment. To all small business owners, look to this shop as an example of how not to treat paying customers.
Pros: Decent Selection, variety of instruments
Cons: Arrogant service, as well as restriction