Jack's Guitarcheology
New, Used, Beginner and Kid Guitars
Acoustic, Electric, and Acoustic Electric Guitars
Bass Guitars
Mandolin
Vintage Acoustic Electric Guitars
Classic, Dimestore, Vintage, and Antique Guitars
Established in 2022
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- Michael Messmore 6/15/2024
"One of my favorite guitar shops in the world. I live 130 miles away. But I swing by every chance I get. I love the East Nashville shops, but even when I go there, I take the time to drive a little ways further to Lebanon. Jack’s has classic “good stuff”: Gibson, Fender, etc. but also seriously interesting guitars. They are THE “Nashville rubber bridge” people. Those are so many artists’ secret sauce these days. And a baritone rubber bridge is divine to me. But people sometimes sleep on their selection of Airline, Kay, Teisco, Matsumoku and Guyatone white label, etc. One of the best selections of 60s catalog and MIJ guitars I’ve ever even heard of. Best I’ve ever seen by far. They have truly creative “partscaster” builds too. I’m so bored by these by nature. But Jack’s are creative enough you want to pick them up. I’ve bought, sold, and traded with them. Never had to haggle like normal. I seriously hate that. A fair deal right off the bat. I think they’re too punk rock to be sleazy. And the place has such a comfortable vibe. You can grab a guitar and plug it into a headphone amp (comfy to me) or a real one. You can sit on a couch and chill. Talk guitars, gear, or whatever. Listen to great tunes. Stuff I love, stuff I’ve never heard. Meet cool people who are into guitars or buying their first. I started out coming in twice with 0 budget and was clear I was “just looking.” Didn’t matter. They’ll talk, they’ll leave you alone. Whatever you’re feeling. I’ve just bought a random framed 80s magazine ad for like $5 because it would amuse my friend. And every person that works there is cool. It’s not like some places where the owner not being there is a drop in experience. I think Jack and his wife (massive shame felt for not remembering her name, so nice) draw in amazing folks. My 11yo daughter is still inspired by Kass who worked there before moving. But talk to them. They know their sh. I’ll restate, I live 130 miles away outside Memphis, but Jacks’s Guitarcheology is MY shop."