Welcome to Tennessee Sounds: Musical Instrument Store!
Taylor Guitars, Blueridge Guitars, & Deering Banjos!
We are the largest acoustic musical instrument store in the Tri-Cities with a special interest in Taylor Guitars, Blueridge Guitars, and Deering Banjos! We are one of the largest Taylor Guitar dealers in Tennessee, it is our goal to be a King Sized Taylor Guitar dealer! We currently have over 33 various Taylor Guitar models in stock including electrics and Limited Editions.
While our store is relatively new to Kingsport, we have been doing business with Bob Taylor for over 20 years. Our instrument selection is not limited only to standard models, we carry custom models that are not available anywhere else in the world! At Tennessee Sounds it is our mission to provide superior quality musical instruments that are perfectly set up by our experienced staff. Every instrument is guaranteed a perfect setup for life. If you buy an instrument from us we will provide free adjustments for as long as we are alive! Now please feel free to enjoy our website and videos, we work hard to be here for you! Like us on Facebook!
The blog is now live! Some of you have been hearing about our blog, and it is now launched! Our blog will be updated weekly with various music related topics. The Tennessee Sounds Blog is going to be one of the most popular music blogs on the web. Click here to read our most recent posts.
Video Section Now Available!
We have started putting our videos in a video section area. Thanks to all of the great musicians who have recorded video with us. Click here if you want to learn how you can have a video made.
Join our news letter and receive musical instrument specials only available to our email subscribers!
New Content Update! We are now posting chord charts and other free learning material. Click here
Your used Martins, Gibsons, Guilds, Taylors, guitars, banjos, and mandolins are worth more at Tennessee Sounds. We want your good quality instruments. We buy, sell, and trade. We pay cash.
Watch this video of Tennessee Sounds Owner, his wife Sandy, and his band The Gospel Sounds of Tennessee. The video was recorded here in the store by Daniel Culbertson/D.A.C Studios. http://www.facebook.com/dacstudiospage
A Western red cedar top brings extra warmth and responsiveness to the popular mahogany Taylor Grand Auditorium Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar. This Taylor guitar is a perennial favorite among fingerstylists and singer-songwriters alike. Less dense than a spruce top, cedar's warmer, more blossoming sound resonates with smooth overtones.
The ¾-size Baby Taylor firmly established the travel guitar category years ago and today is more popular than ever. At the heart of it all is an authentic guitar sound and inviting playing experience.
The Taylor 2012 814ce Rosewood/Spruce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar gives you amazingly warm, deep sound. Solid Indian rosewood back and sides sharpen the rich overtones and dark humors of the solid Sitka spruce top for a tonal palette of stunning breadth.
The traditional dreadnought shape of the DN series creates a tone that's perfect for a variety of genres and playing styles. The DN3 has sapele back and sides with a spruce top for plenty of projection and volume. The DN stands for Dreadnought while the 3 refers to the wood combination. The body shape modeled after Taylor GS Series.
Taylor 314CE Grand Auditorium 6 String Taylor's 314ce embodies a superb blend of classic tonewoods and modern electronics.