Vintage Guitar Boutique / Shoreditch

£££ · Men, Women
Music Vintage

Set within East London’s designer Redchurch Street and close to Brick Lane’s edgy portfolio of celebrated vintage boutiques and cultural cuisines, The Vintage Guitar Boutique is a beautiful edition to Shoreditch’s thriving creative community. The Vintage Guitar Boutique prides itself on honest, friendly customer service and all things ‘musical and geeky’, where you can feel at home in their inspiring music shop of the finest vintage, new, used and rare guitars from player to investment grade.

This high calibre independent premium music emporium searches internationally for the very best in collector’s pieces, presenting walls upon walls of stunning spot lit vintage American guitars, amplifiers, guitar straps, basses, effects and guitar accessories. The Vintage Guitar Boutique is also an official dealer for Gibson USA and Custom Shop, Fender, Gretsch, Epiphone and Faith Acoustics making them the no.1 destination for the true guitar aficionado.

A new Epiphone Ebony SG G400 Pro Guitar costs £269 and a Rare Vintage 1983 Gibson Flying V Heritage Guitar costs £3195.

WeLikeShopping Tip: Make the Vintage Guitar Boutique your first choice when looking to sell a vintage guitar to ensure a great deal and personal customer service for your much loved instrument.

Storescore

7.5/10 based on 4 customer reviews

Jess Walker
Occasional Shopper
As a musician, Vintage Guitar Boutique in Shoreditch is one of my favourite stores in London. It has so much more charm and character than other music stores in London - you really feel like the staff enjoy their jobs and care about the shop and the products they sell here.

The store is more like a showroom than a boutique - it's huge! I love to head into the basement and browse the selection of old, collectible guitars. If you like guitars and musical instruments, then you should go and have a look around.
Alex Lewis
Occasional Shopper
This is a very nice guitar and music shop in Shoreditch. I thought it would only stock vintage guitars, but if you go to the top floor they also have a range of new products. So, even if you don't want an old, collectible piece you can still find a guitar here which you'd like. The staff are very helpful and friendly, and have no problem with letting you relax with a guitar and play it for a while.
Bahir Rana
Occasional Shopper
The Vintage Guitar Boutique never seems to be open after 6pm, so by the time I finish work and get here it is always closed. I wish it stayed open till 7pm so that I could come here on a weekday.
Oliwia Dudek
Occasional Shopper
I absolutely adore vintage stores and always use them to shop for fashion and home decor. However, a vintage guitar shop was a new concept to me. I came here with a friend who loves to collect instruments and I adore this shop! I'm not a guitar player so I wasn't looking to buy anything, but it's a fantastic shop to browse. Some of the old guitars are amazing and, I'm told, very rare! I never knew that a guitar could be so rare that it can cost over £10k!

JP Guivier

££££ · Men, Women, Kids
Music Indie

Harold Moore Records

££ · Men, Women
Music Indie

Schott Music

££ · Men, Women, Kids
Music Indie

Phonica Records

££ · Men, Women, Kids
Music Indie

Duke Of Uke

££ · Men, Women
Music Indie

Rough Trade

££ · Men, Women
Music Boutique

Help us spread the word!