OLDE TOWN LUTHIERS

GUITAR AND STRINGED INSTRUMENT REPAIR

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Certified Martin Warranty Shop

make an appointment or drop off anytime!

Mon-Sat - 10am- 4pm / Closed Sun

Call (303) 421-2304 EXT. 2

pickinparlorrepair@gmail.com


INSTRUMENT REPAIR - SETUPS - PICKUP INSTALLATION

FRET DRESSING - REFRETS - NECK RESETS - FULL RESTORATIONS


WE SPECIALIZE IN VINTAGE INSTRUMENTS

OUR PASSION IS TO MAKE YOUR INSTRUMENT PLAY TO ITS FULL POTENTIAL

 

WE WORK ON... ACOUSTIC AND ELECTRIC INSTRUMENTS:

GUITAR, MANDOLIN, BANJO, BASS, DOBRO!

BRING YOUR INSTRUMENT IN FOR AN ESTIMATE..(usually free)!


GLENN SCHOALES

Glenn was born in New York, moved to Nova Scotia, and at age 19, he attended Guitar Research and Design Center with guitar builder Charles Fox. In 1985, Glenn moved to Burlington, Vermont, where he started Schoales Guitars, a repair and custom building shop, which he owned for 14 years. As his business grew, he began training apprentices for high school work study programs. He attended the NAMM Show with Schoales Guitars in 1990. In 1998, he moved to Nashville to work for Gibson Custom shop in the Pro Shop. He repaired artist's guitars, built custom "art guitars," designed and built NAMM Show guitars and specialized in custom inlay. In 2005 Glenn started working with Gruhn Guitars in Nashville and he comes to us with over 30 years of experience. He moved to Colorado in 2011 to work at the Pickin' Parlor, and loves to go skiing or golfing on his days off. He is also new to the local gold panning and gems/minerals scene.

Glenn is available at the shop Monday through Friday


MICAH LUNDY

Micah has been repairing and customizing stringed instruments for more than 22 years. He specializes in acoustic and electric instruments like Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo and world instruments, as well as Baritone Guitar, Mandola, Violin, Cello, Upright Bass, and Ukulele. His main goal is to make your instrument play its best, whether that means a simple setup or a neck reset and full restoration. His favorite instruments to work on range from the simplest of sweet sounding acoustic guitars, to restoring vintage parlor guitars, to the more avant garde - like a 9 string acoustic-electric-hybrid-guit-olin-ulele (or what have you). Currently working here at the Olde Town repair shop with Luthier Glenn Schoales, he has also worked with Edward Dick of EVD String Instruments, John Baxendale at Colorado Guitar Company, and the Breedlove Guitar Company.

Micah is available at the shop Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday


MARLO MORTENSEN

Marlo is available at the shop Thursday and Friday


TOM MURRAY

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TOM MURRAY

Tom Murray grew up in Johnstown, PA, and picked up the guitar in 1978 (at Age 12). Ten years later, in Colorado, Tom began assembling Fender style electric guitars, using custom necks and bodies. During the next ten years, he experimented with countless variations in neck shapes, tone woods, pickups, fret wire, etc. Then, having distilled all this information down to a simple concept for his ideal instrument, Tom enrolled in the Lutherie program at Red Rocks Community College in 2010, where he learned fine woodworking and guitar building skills. He builds, repairs and plays regularly with his trio in Denver.

Tom is in the shop Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday