Guitar Village are a specialist guitar shop and online retailer of new, used and vintage electric guitars, semi acoustic guitars, acoustic guitars, left handed guitars, bass guitars, resonator guitars, ukuleles, mandolins, guitar amplifiers, guitar effects pedals and related guitar products with a guitar shop in Farnham, Surrey, UK
For decades Guitar Village has been assisting guitar players (from the novice to the famous household names) find their dream guitar, and we're only closed 4 days a year, giving customers every opportunity to get down to the shop for a truly unique shopping experience.
With a plethora of well over 1,200 guitars spread throughout 15 demo rooms housed in a 15th century period building, there is a special kind of ‘homey ambiance’ that tends to let the guitarist feel comfortable which ultimately allows for a more relaxed guitar demo.
The staff at Guitar Village all play guitar (a necessity to work here unlike some guitar shop salesmen!) and have an extensive in depth knowledge and ability to guide customers onto the right guitar, which has always been called for having many high profile players through the door over the years. We also fully understand how intimidating guitar shops can be so all our staff are sensitive enough to give the guitar player enough privacy to feel at one with the guitar, which is especially important when assisting new younger players.
With the restoration of 2 more 15th century period display rooms, as well as a ‘Vintage Guitar Gallery’ now open, the shop is constantly seeking ways to expand and offer our customers more.
A fantastic range of low interest finance options now help the guitarist find the correct guitar for them without the price tag being an issue by spreading the instalments into easily manageable interest free payments. There’s nothing we love more than allowing a player of the past to re-live their passion by starting up again, but this time with the guitar they always wanted but could never afford.
We sell guitars on a worldwide basis through our website but a personal visit to the shop to take all of this in is very much recommended!