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We offer a broad inventory of new and vintage string, brass and wind instruments, plus amps, synths, and so much more. We can also help you sell your own unneeded items on consignment.
Our in-house and partner technicians are experts in repairing and restoring everything from broken guitar strings to turntables to amp tubes. We’ll diagnose and fix your issue quickly and for a fair price.
Each of our eight instructors are seasoned multi-instrument musicians, performers and composers. No matter your experience level or musical taste, we have the right teacher to help you reach your goals.
Consignment Music leaves Memphis, opens on Collierville Town Square
After supplying musicians with used guitars and equipment for three decades, Consignment Music has closed its Memphis shop and moved to Collierville's Town Square.
The well-known business was recently purchased by manager Evan Leake, who said he has reopened in Collierville at 99 N. Center St. He expects a sign to go over the front door within the week.
Leake disclosed the closing of the Memphis store in late November, but at that time hadn't picked the new location.
The Memphis property, located at 4040 Park Ave., was sold to ASAPP Properties LLC, a firm whose owners include Memphis restaurant entrepreneur Roger Sapp, a founder of Central BBQ and a partner with Across The Board Restaurant Group. Sapp said he does not know yet what will be done with the building.
In recent years, business had diminished as vintage guitar prices surged and the interest of younger musicians turned to electronic forms of creating music, Leake said.
Leake, who himself once played guitar for the accomplished Memphis band Big Star, had managed the guitar shop for a decade for owner George "Joe" Nathan, who died in 2018.
Leake acquired the store name and inventory from Nathan's brother, Floyd, but said he left behind at 4040 Park the locally acclaimed wall of fame, an informal display of signatures made by notable musicians who visited the shop over the years.
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Consignment Music Store
4040 Park Ave, Memphis, TN, 38111
Category:Musical Instruments - Retail
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4040 Park Ave
Memphis, TN, 38111
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Hours of Operation
- Monday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Tuesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Wednesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Thursday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Friday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Saturday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Sunday Closed
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Need an instrument? How about an amplifier? Check out Consignment Music on Park Avenue. You'll find quality used gear at great prices. They have just about anything you need. Their highly trained and knowledgeable staff can answer any…
95 visits to Consignment Music Store Memphis on Park Ave
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