Great Guitars, Amps and Service.
Hey good people! I live in about 40 minutes away in Mountain Home and this is where I go for almost everything related to guitars and amplifiers. It's a great place to start if you are looking for a first guitar or even if you have been playing for a while and need a new axe. Doyle's has been around a long time and supports local musicians and their musical endeavors very loyally. If that means they need to refer you somewhere else for you to get what you need, they will do that. I have personally purchased a custom Fender tele-copy, a strat, a vintage 6-channel mixing board and a Kay acoustic as well as a bunch of accessories. The Kay hardly compares to my Taylor 814, but works well for what it is. I have a Carvin head that Doyle fixed and still works like a champ. I honestly thought that one was beyond repair, but he resurrected it. I have referred numerous individuals who have either bought amps, guitars or had equipment repaired there. He does excellent work of all kinds and guarantees his work. You just need to go there and look around. I can't describe all of the custom guitars, amps and other odds and ends. Doyle is quite a luthier, technician and a guitar player and his wife Kathy is very helpful and is also very knowledgeable. Doyle also has been known to repair a vintage radio or two as well if you're in the market for that. Seriously, if you have never stopped in, are looking for musical equipment (live sound, recording or otherwise) or need some musical advice, just go. As long as you aren't expecting a copy-cat, cookie-cutter music store, you won't be disappointed.