ArmorGuitars

Armor Guitar Company

Tennessee, United States · 7 Sales

ArmorGuitars

Armor Guitar Company

Tennessee, United States 7 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Announcement   Welcome to Armor Guitar Company

***Armor Guitars Handmade Video Portrait***
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After nearly 40 years of playing guitar, bass, mandolin and fiddle and supporting my music habit by working with my hands, I realized that I had developed not only the ability, dexterity and patience to build guitars, but the understanding of how a real guitar should sound.

If you're looking for a truly hand built instrument that will stand up against any production made instrument in quality, tone, volume and appearance, check out Armor Guitar Company.

Thanks,
James Peters
Luthier - Armor Guitar Company

Announcement

Welcome to Armor Guitar Company

***Armor Guitars Handmade Video Portrait***
http://www.etsy.com/storque/section/thisHandmadeLife/article/handmade-portraits-armor-guitars/1953/

After nearly 40 years of playing guitar, bass, mandolin and fiddle and supporting my music habit by working with my hands, I realized that I had developed not only the ability, dexterity and patience to build guitars, but the understanding of how a real guitar should sound.

If you're looking for a truly hand built instrument that will stand up against any production made instrument in quality, tone, volume and appearance, check out Armor Guitar Company.

Thanks,
James Peters
Luthier - Armor Guitar Company

James Peters

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Reviews

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Anonymous on Jun 25, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

Now we have an OM, a 00 and a dreadnought from James. These are the most beautiful guitars I have every played, sounding richer than even a pre-war Martin. James is a true artist.

Anonymous on Feb 22, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

Another baby for the fam. Thanks, James! Rings longer than a bell, as if it never wants to be silent.

Anonymous on Jan 2, 2009

5 out of 5 stars

Great service, communication and craftsmanship. James built a mini web site so I could follow progress from afar. This is the most beautiful guitar I have ever heard, seen or owned. Built for my baby daughter, to give when she is 14, this will be in our family for generations.

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 21, 2011
Thanks for taking the time to look over ArmorGuitars shop policies. Communication is the number one priority in building that one of a kind special instrument for you. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have about any of the listings here on Etsy or about a custom instrument made to order.

James Peters-Luthier

Accepted payment methods

Payment
I accept paypal, credit cards - see below how to pay with credit card - money orders and cashiers checks.

Credit & Debit Card Customers - You do not need a Paypal account to pay for your art through Paypal.
Here are the steps in which to do this:
Choose product
Checkout
Confirm Address
Choose PAYPAL as payment method *** You will pay with Credit Card Later
Click Button that says Pay with PAYPAL. *** You will pay with credit card in next step
Choose Credit Card Payment
Fill in your credit card information
Shipping
Shipping is normally done through UPS, fully insured, with tracking information forwarded to you the day of shipment. Personal pick-up is also available depending on your location.
Refunds and Exchanges
I want you to be totally satisfied with your instrument. If there is an issue, contact me as soon as possible so we can resolve any issues you may have. I will work with you any way I can to make sure that you are happy.
Additional policies and FAQs
Most of the work I do is done to order. I build one instrument at a time to insure that the instrument that I'm building for you gets my full, undivided attention. Once a quote has been made, based on the information that is provided by you, a deposit of 1/2 of the quoted amount is used to hold a place in the production schedule for your instrument. You will be given a start date and a finish date. The remainder will be due before shipment.

I normally block out a build time of 2 months for each instrument. Orders already in the schedule keep me backed up anywhere from 3 to 6 months on average.