Righteous Guitars was formed in 2015 to: set a new standard for Quantity and Quality of Inventory, Customer Service, and to provide the ultimate Customer Experience in the non-beginner Guitar business. We are not part of a chain. We are a one-owner store and the owner is on-site almost every day. We are fortunate to have assembled an excellent staff and the team chemistry is outstanding. We do not sell guitars on consignment. We currently have over 800 store-owned guitars in-stock ranging in price from $1,200 to $40,000. We are truly passionate about our customers’ experience and our relationship with them. Righteous Guitars is a top-ten PRS Dealer, a PRS Signature Dealer, a Gibson Custom Shop Super Dealer, and a top-tier dealer for many other brands. Thank you for considering Righteous Guitars.
"There is a particular artist who, in my opinion, used a tweed deluxe amp in a way that baffles most people. Instead of its inherent raging saturation and overloaded low-end performance, this particular artist was able to coax the most beautiful, controlled, just-right moderate overdrive and harmonics. His live tones—which are incredible similar—have been achieved by using a rather infamous, recluse’s amps. The Don’t Take Me Alive pedal (DTMA) took the better part of a year to finalize. With it, that elusive, moderate gain with sustain is achieved with all the touch nuance and harmonic control you could ask for. The DTMA is the type of pedal you can leave on all the time and do it old school from the guitar’s volume and tone controls. The DTMA was designed to work brilliantly with vintage output humbuckers but attention was paid to allowing single coils to give up the goods as well."
It is our belief that the right instrument can be truly inspirational. If you have ever experienced the bond that can occur with the right guitar, you understand what we are all about. We pride ourselves in having the finest instruments around and treat each one with the realization that it is someone's dream guitar. Welcome to Righteous Guitars...