Sean Farley is a certified Luthier and the owner of Guitarley’s!
Guitarley’s is located at 611 Oliver Street, Williamsport, PA, and specializes in stringed instrument repair, restoration, and custom design and making. Hobbyists and professionals alike are welcome to call or visit for a free evaluation or consultation.
Sean Farley opened Guitarley’s in the spring of 2011 after becoming a certified Luthier and a graduate of the prestigious Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery in Phoenix, AZ.
Meticulous care is taken during consultations to make customers aware of all issues with their instrument(s), followed by a plan of action to repair effectively and affordably. Most guitars suffer a range of problems that can be improved for the optimum playing experience. Issues include high action, bowed necks, inaccurate intonation, electronics, soundboard cracks, worn frets, sharp fret ends, and more. You might not even realize that your instrument is not playing and sounding at its best.
Guitarley’s also specializes in beautifully handcrafted, custom, one-of-a-kind guitars. Sean will fabricate an instrument which fits your personal style, look, and physical specifications. Only the finest materials and hardware are used for these special creations, ensuring that a custom guitar built by Sean will play and sound better than any guitar you’ve ever owned, and make people say “wow, what kind of guitar is that!?”
Bring your favorite axe and visit the brand new location!
Address: 611 Oliver Street, Williamsport, PA 17701
Phone: 570-220-6085 Email: email@example.com
Shop Hours: Tues – Thurs: 12:00pm-6:00pm Fri: 12:00pm-5:00pm
Sean, do you give guitar appraisals? I have a 1958 Les Paul Jr., 1981 Rick 320?, and 1983 Rick 4003.
I’m not sure I could “officially” appraise your guitars to the point of insurance values and such. I would suggest looking up on line for someone who is legally allowed to do that. You can certainly get an idea of their value by looking up comparable conditioned/models online on places like eBay. They really give you the feel for “market” value. P.S. they sound like sweet guitars!
Hey Sean. My name is Sharon Ippolito…my husband Anthony and I have been in your shop and have so enjoyed chatting with you about your work…it’s amazing! Anthony would really love to get back into playing guitar and I was wondering if you could recommend a good instructor?
Thanks so much!!!