Lark Street Music is located in the center of Teaneck, in northern New Jersey, about 4 miles from the George Washington Bridge. It takes 20 minutes to get to mid-town Manhattan. You can get here from mid-town from Port Authority on the NJ Transit #168 bus, it's about a 35 minute ride. We moved here in July 1999, after being in Albany, NY for the last 18 years, since 1981. It's an enjoyable shop for out-of-towners to visit, and we are easy to drive from anywhwere being just 5 minutes from the George Washington Bridge. (see Hours & Directions)
I have been repairing stringed instruments since 1968 and supervise our repair shop. With this facility we are able to provide customers with very accurate instrument evaluations. We want you to be happy in dealing with us long distance. When you call us you will talk to the owner, Buzzy Levine. We strive to satisfy.
We carry rare, new, and used guitars and other stringed instruments. (see Instruments in Stock) About 1/2 Acoustic, and 1/2 Electric. Our specialty is Martin guitars and other Flattops, Arched top Jazz guitars, and old solid body electrics. Some of the new guitarslines we carry are Martin, Collings, Santa Cruz, National, Larrivee, Blueridge as well as some of the new makers, such as Mark Campellone and Brad Nickerson. We carry new Amplifiers- Orange, Blockhead, Bogner, THD, Tone King. We keep a good stock of Fulltone and ZVex pedals, as well as several other lines of pedals. We are a certified C.F. Martin Repair Center.
We have a long list of happy and satisfied customers, and some of the more notable include: Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, Rolling Stones, Robert Plant, Sheryl Crow, Pelle Amqvist of The Hives, Bernie Leadon, Mike Campbell, Jackson Brown, Smashing Pumpkins, David Grisman, AC/DC, David Torn, Reeves Gabrels, Brian Setzer, Graham Parker, Emmylou Harris, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Jimmie Vivino, Conan O'Brien, Duke Levine, Peter Wolf, Jay Geils, the Mavericks, Arlen Roth, the Johnny Cash Band, Asleep at the Wheel, Jimmy Weider of the Band, Jimmy Gnecco of Ours, and Bruce Hornsby.
Feel free to give us a call or come by, if you have any questions.