As of September 1, our current store hours are:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
We are currently offering all of our usual services, EXCEPT in-store lessons.
If you are interested in online guitar lessons, please contact us for more info.
Additionally, we have the following policies in place:
1) Masks are required to be worn in the store, covering the mouth and nose. We have them available for customers that don't already have one. We are also happy to help you curbside or at the front door.
2) Hand sanitizer will be provided to all customers prior to trying out any instruments.
3) Please help us in attempting to maintain 6' social distancing as much as possible.
Thank you for bearing with us during this time, and if you have any questions, please use our Contact form, or give us a call at 317-638-3524.
"Amos" The '58 Flying V Collector Mugs are now available!
Featuring original black and white photos from Arthur's Music Store in 1958 and 1959 showing the famous Gibson V brand new on the sales floor, before first being sold!
The overlay image is a current picture of "Amos" from the collection of Joe Bonamassa. Photo credit to Rick Gould.
$12 - Mug, polish cloth, bumper sticker
$10 - Mug
Also available in our Reverb store! Click Here!
Arthur's has over 3 dozen new and used and left-handed banjos in stock!! Ranging from $200 to well over $2,000!
NEW GRETSCH GUITARS ARE NOW IN STOCK!
Shipments arriving daily from GODIN, MARTIN, REVEREND, GOLD TONE, DEERING, MICHAEL KELLY, HAGSTROM, REPUBLIC, PEAVEY and more!
Looking for something really special? Something old, rare or even one-of-a-kind? We keep high-end vintage instruments in stock (some by appointment only). 1920'-1970s electric and acoustic guitars, amps, banjos, mandolins and pedal steels from Fender, Gibson, Rickenbacker, Martin, Guild, Gretsch, Mosrite and many, many more.
Our stock changes very quickly, so give us a call today and find out what we have that you can't live without!
Don't forget about service after the sale...
Free initial setup and free neck adjustments for one year on any new instrument purchased at Arthur's Music!
Can't decide? Want it to be a surprise? Buy a GIFT CERTIFICATE for merchandise or lessons!
Arthur's offers lessons on acoustic and electric guitar, bass, banjo, mandolin, drums, harmonica, piano, voice, theory and much more. Lessons range from $20 - $30 per half hour. See teacher bios
Also ... "like" us on Facebook for sale announcements, new items, rare vintage and more!
Arthur's Music Store has been at the same location in historic Fountain Square since 1952 and is still owned and operated by the Arthur family. Although a lot has changed in the last 50 years, the level of personal service that Mr. Arthur instilled in his family and employees is continuing to provide a high degree of customer satisfaction today.
ca. Late 1950's
While mainly a fretted instrument store (stocking everything musical except pianos, organs and recording gear), Arthur's Music is known for having a wide variety of products, from guitars to hammered dulcimers. We are one of the few stores in the Midwest where you can find pedal steels, accordions and Irish tenor banjos alongside guitars, basses, drums, amps and PA systems. We buy, sell and trade. Our used stock moves quickly, so just ask and we will keep your requests on file and let you know when something that fits your needs becomes available.
ca. Late 1950's
Arthur's Music offers on-site luthier & repair service and stocks parts and accessories for do-it-yourself repairs and customizing. Our staff of instructors offer private music lessons here in the store for most instruments,
as well as voice and theory.
We are pretty easy goin' here, and we don't work on commission, so there are never high-pressure sales.
We want you to be happy, come back often and keep playing the music you love!
"The story of Arthur's Music, like the story of rock and roll, is about one generation passing down to the next."
- Family Act, by Mike Redmond for Indianapolis Monthly magazine
Thank you for visiting our website. Look around as long as you'd like.
If you've never been in the store, come on in! We'd love to meet you!
(If you've visited us before, you might be in our 60th Anniversary photo albums!)