Hill Country Guitars is now proud to be a Bourgeois Guitars, and McPherson dealer.
We have new stock in from both of these builders.
CALTON CASES now in stock! You can custom order from us as well. Call for details. 512 432 5051
Collings Largest Dealer West Of The
Texas is home to many famous and popular crafters of custom-built
guitars. It also serves as the home of Hill Country Guitars.
The goal of our business is to provide a warm and friendly setting where
our customers can explore and learn about all the hand crafted, acoustic and electrics instruments we carry. Within the rustic charm of Hill Country Guitars, customers feel comfortable making their decision with the assistance of our experienced and knowledgeable staff.
Over the years, we have built a wonderful working relationship with
Collings, Allison, Froggy and Martin. We visit the Collings facility often
and can have your guitar, mandolin, or Uke custom built by one of the most
sophisticated and renowned luthiers in the world. The sounds emanating from
a Collings or any of our other builders guitars are magical. Whether you
need a guitar to play or to add to a vintage collection, Hill Country
Guitars can assist you in finding that perfect guitar.
Have questions? Want to experience one of these beautiful guitars? Our
knowledgeable staff will assist you whether you want help picking out a
guitar, or simply want to know more about these instruments. There may be
other guitar dealers in the area, but none have the amount of experience or
knowledge as Hill Country Guitars when it comes to these custom made
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Since 2003, John Allison has called Austin, Texas his instrumental home, but that year does not mark the beginning of his instrumental history. John Allison has been building and repairing guitars and other instruments for nearly 30 years. Though a native Texan, John spent a number of years living in Colorado, Minnesota and Illinois, where he cultivated an interest in and trained for a lifelong career as a luthier. He returned to Texas in 1991 and has been living and working in Austin ever since. After an extended tenure with Collings Guitars, he resumed work on his own line of acoustic and electric guitars. Within a few years, his guitar business outgrew the converted garage it was residing in. Now, Allison Instruments inhabits a small business park space about 10 minutes from downtown Austin.