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1505 W 1st Ave, STE A. Broomfield, CO 80020     303-484-1271
Mon-Wed: 10am - 5  |  Thur-Fri: 11am - 6pm  |  Sat: 11am - 5pm
 
 
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Welcome to Monkton Guitars!


We have been selling vintage guitars, amps, and effects for 31 years. We have opened a brick and mortar storefront conveniently located between Denver and Boulder, Colorado just off highway 36 in Broomfield. In addition to a fine selection of vintage and used gear, we will now also carry retail inventory including major brands; Epiphone, Eastman, Cordoba, Guild, Marshall, Nash, PRS SE and Supro. We also carry Colorado built instruments from: G. Marsh, Isle of Skye, LCM, Laird, McGibney and 12th Root. We offer accessories, lessons, and repairs in an old USPS building.
 

"Music is personal. Let us help you find the right instrument"


COVID-19 Update

Monkton Guitars is open for business. You can also shop online on our web site or give us a call. We will ship for free locally and you can pick up out front of the store. We have strings, tuners, guitar care accessories, and a great variety of instruments. We also offer repair services including; setups, restring, crack repair, and most other types of repair.

If you visit the store masks are requested for those not vaccinated

Mon-Wed 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thur-Fri 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

info@monktonguitars.com | 303-484-1271

Buying and Selling

We are always looking for vintage gear including guitars, amps, effects, and parts. 
If you have something to sell or are just interested in more info on your pieces please contact us.
                           NOW AVAILABLE!

Gamechanger Audio Light Pedal

Light Pedal is the world’s first analog optical spring reverb system that uses infra-red optical sensors to harvest the full timbral and harmonic range of a spring reverb tank.

It takes a lot of energy to transfer an audio signal across the length of a vibrating spring. by the time the source audio signal reaches the spring tank’s output transducer, most of its nuanced harmonic content will be lost converted into mechanical energy.

This is why spring reverbs have such a particular sound, since what you end up hearing is largely the spring’s own resonant frequencies. the light pedal uses extremely sensitive optical pairs, placed at specific regions of the spring to detect very nuanced movements on the spring’s surface, as sound-waves travel through it.

This method opens up a much wider range of frequencies, harmonics, overtones and textures that are otherwise lost in the mechanical reverberation process. using optical sensors also opens doors to some new effects types, such as optical reverb tremolo, optical reverb modulation and optical harmonic SHIMMER.

 




                            Sterling by Musicman

We just received a new shipment of Sterling guitars including the Cutlass series and the MP70 and Majestry JP7, 7 Strings



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1505 W 1st Ave, STE A
Broomfield, CO 80020

Info@monktonguitars.com

Phone: 303-484-1271

Mon-Wed 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thur-Fri 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat 11:00 am - 5:00 pm