Long ago, surnames came to be in order to provide a family's place of origin or the patriarch's trade, and in the case of Randy Wood, the surname has served as creator of destiny: Wood's father was a carpenter and a woodworker. His dad, along with some of his uncles, also loved music; the family played and sang together, adding another element to Randy's future course. Fast forward: by the early 1970s, Randy had built a mandolin for Bill Monroe, added inlay work to Johnny Cash's and Elvis' guitars, been 1/3 of the trio that started what eventually became the now-famous Gruhn Guitars, and opened the original Old Time Pickin' Parlor.
Randy Wood Guitars
Our primary business is two-fold:
creating custom-made fretted instruments and repairing fretted instruments of all types.
The Music Store
Our store offers a wide variety of new and used stringed instruments and accessories, including some of Randy’s famous custom-made instruments. Music lessons are also available for students of all levels, a number of instruments, and a variety of styles.
Fretted Instrument Repair and Modifications
We do it all: set-ups, broken necks, headstocks, body damage, electronics installation, fret work, custom and traditional refinishes, custom repair and restoration of vintage instruments, and insurance appraisals. And Randy does beautiful custom pearl inlay and wood carving as well. We also offer hardware repair, installation and re-finish work on wood-shell drums.
Custom Made Instruments
On the menu are all fretted instruments including - but not limited to - mandolins (as well as octave mandolins, mandolas, mandocellos,) guitars (acoustic, electric and resonator,) banjos and ukuleles.
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