Sixx Gun Announcements
January 16th, 2021
1641 E Sunset Rd., Ste. B101-102
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(Same Plaza as current one, Larger Unit, Bigger & Better Selection!!)
We will no longer be operating out of 1631 E Sunset Rd, Ste C114 as of 12/31/2020.
We are remaining open for business during our move & appreciate your support for our family owned local business!
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Home of Build Your Own Guitar Workshop
Come join us at our Build Your Own Guitar Workshop! This workshop for all ages will feature a day of building your choice of style Guitar or Bass.
You will build your very own custom guitar taught by Daniel Margasa, Chief Luthier of SGM. Afterwards you'll be able to show off your brand new axe to all your family & friends!
You'll learn how to assemble a guitar and will leave with your new custom guitar. Daniel Margasa has been running this workshop for many years successfully throughout his career in Boston and Maine and now venturing out to teach locally throughout Las Vegas soon.
Our upcoming workshop will be held on December 15th. (Breakfast and Lunch is included)
Special Discount of $30 off if you sign up with promo code SGM122020!
Sign up now as space is limited and will fill up fast!
Can't make it on the 15nd? No problem! Call us and let's set a date convenient for you! RSVP is required, so please call us at 702-530-2447.
Please wear your face covering at all times and practice social distancing. We have protective measures in place to ensure a healthy environment during your visit.
We use an all natural instrument cleaner & disinfectant to disinfect all our instruments here at Sixx Gun Music. All instruments-new, used and vintage-are wiped down with our Margasa Holy Grail Instrument Cleaner & Disinfectant to ensure daily and after customer use to ensure safe practice.
Cleaning String Instruments
Isopropyl alcohol that’s above 70% should only be used on the strings and unfinished finger and fret boards.
String, percussion, and keyboard instruments present fewer hygienic issues that can be solved simply by the player washing their hands before and after use for a minimum of 20 seconds.