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Joes Music

(440) 946-3619 www.joesmusic.net

36495 Vine Street Suite CWilloughby, OH 44094 map it »

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Business overview

Hours of Operation

  • MON
  • 12:00pm
  • 8:00pm
  • TUE
  • 12:00pm
  • 8:00pm
  • WED
  • 12:00pm
  • 8:00pm
  • THU
  • 12:00pm
  • 8:00pm
  • FRI
  • 12:00pm
  • 6:00pm
  • SAT
  • 9:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • SUN

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Wow, just wow, 2/03/2012

I couldn't disagree with this person any more if I tried !Joe's Music is a warm friendly place. Joe is not only an excellent musician and fantastic teacher, but also a very personable business... person. As a mater of fact the service there has always been excellent. I have had nothing BUT GOOD EXPERIENCES shopping there. I can't imagine Joe being insulting or nasty to anyone ever. If he was I can only think that they REALLY had it coming !

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Shroom just bought strings we special ordered him, 2/01/2012

Hi. My name is Joe. I own Joe's Music. The funniest thing is Shroom , who wrote the really horrible complaint, was in my store this week buying strings at the lowest price around from my store. He... couldn't get them from other stores & No other store would help him but we special ordered d'addarioo 6-string Bass strings for him. He also doesn't understand that we teach music theory at my store and to detune any intrument reduces the art to a knack. You could play some cool sounding things with only a few lessons, however, if someone wanted to convey a musical idea to shroom or wanted shroom to play in a particular key or map out a major or minor triad he would be dumbfounded. Standard tuning is so everyone can play together much like standard sized railroad tracks. We at Joe's have accrued a knowledge over 30 years of performing/teaching and sometimes people who do not know music want to tell us how music is supposed to ""be"" when they have not even studied the craft. Also, i do not believe i should be accosted online by someone who really wasn't the type of worker i hire and simply didn't jell with the other employees. I do not hire without consulting my staff and in this person's case it was a unanimous ""DO NOT HIRE"".Obviously, shroom has an ax to grind and my customers would not appreciate that when they shopped at my store. Also, in resonse to bothe shroom aand lake effect snow: sometimes people come into my store and want us to agree with their wrong or incorrect idea. Obviously, we want to help the customer but can only help if they are open to correct ideas. Remember we have only 500 sqre feet of store and 500 for teaching. We cannot stock every item but we stock things that work and are used regularly......I will ask shroom about his post the next time he is shopping in my store. retail is funny. LOL

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by Mosario at Citysearch

Wow, just wow

I couldn't disagree with this person any more if I tried !Joe's Music is a warm friendly place. Joe is not only an excellent musician and fantastic teacher, but also a very personable business person. As a mater of fact the service there has always been excellent. I have had nothing BUT GOOD EXPERIENCES shopping there. I can't imagine Joe being insulting or nasty to anyone ever. If he was I can only think that they REALLY had it coming !

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by Joe Music at Citysearch

Shroom just bought strings we special ordered him

Hi. My name is Joe. I own Joe's Music. The funniest thing is Shroom , who wrote the really horrible complaint, was in my store this week buying strings at the lowest price around from my store. He couldn't get them from other stores & No other store would help him but we special ordered d'addarioo 6-string Bass strings for him. He also doesn't understand that we teach music theory at my store and to detune any intrument reduces the art to a knack. You could play some cool sounding things with only a few lessons, however, if someone wanted to convey a musical idea to shroom or wanted shroom to play in a particular key or map out a major or minor triad he would be dumbfounded. Standard tuning is so everyone can play together much like standard sized railroad tracks. We at Joe's have accrued a knowledge over 30 years of performing/teaching and sometimes people who do not know music want to tell us how music is supposed to ""be"" when they have not even studied the craft. Also, i do not believe i should be accosted online by someone who really wasn't the type of worker i hire and simply didn't jell with the other employees. I do not hire without consulting my staff and in this person's case it was a unanimous ""DO NOT HIRE"".Obviously, shroom has an ax to grind and my customers would not appreciate that when they shopped at my store. Also, in resonse to bothe shroom aand lake effect snow: sometimes people come into my store and want us to agree with their wrong or incorrect idea. Obviously, we want to help the customer but can only help if they are open to correct ideas. Remember we have only 500 sqre feet of store and 500 for teaching. We cannot stock every item but we stock things that work and are used regularly......I will ask shroom about his post the next time he is shopping in my store. retail is funny. LOL

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by shroooom at Citysearch

i would rather be shot then ever speak to joe again

Let me give you my history of business with Joe's Music. I bought my first bass there 1 year ago and started taking lessons. My teacher, Jimmy Black, was an excellent teacher but did not teach me the more modern heavy metal I wanted to learn. Therefore, I switched to another local store. After that i would still go into Joe's, however I would have to deal with the seemingly friendly Joe tell me that my music is ""pointless talentless crap"". I soon needed a job though, and decided to possibly start interning at Joe's. It was a music store, local, and I figured if Joe and I could set aside our musical differences I would be happy to work there. I went in for my first night of free work one Friday, and was pleased with Joe's kindness and happy attitude. However, after it was almost closing time, Joe struck down upon me again. He spent the next 32 minutes putting me down and insulting me more than anyone has ever done in my life. He started telling me I was an idiot for leaving his store and the great Jimmy Black to take lessons from my current teahcer, whom Joe referred to as ""an idiot loser and talentless player"" for teaching me music in drop tunings. He then proceeded to call me a number of names, including ""retarded, foolish, dumb"" and more. He told me i was never going to be a good musician because i play metal music. Then he started mocking me and laughing at anything i tried to say, and Tony (a Joe's employee) joined by mocking me and laughing at me. I felt more hurt and insulted than i ever had in my whole life. I wanted to walk out and never come back, but I couldn't. I felt like I was trapped in there with Joe and Tony using my fear and emotional pain as entertainment. They laughed at me as I silently stared at the floor. Every time I tried to speak Joe would turn my respectable point into an insult and shoot it back at me. I literally wanted to cry. The point that confuses me most is why he would treat someone who sacrificed their saturday night to work

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by lake effect snow1 at Citysearch

Not the best place

This was not the best experience we have ever had. Was disappointed with the service. A bit pushy with items and seemed like they were a bit into themselves. Thinking I would not go back.

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