Posted by BoneDigger on Tuesday, January 26, 2010
I went by Mundt Music in Tyler and noticed that the Goodtime Classic they had on the rack actually has white dot inlays, versus the black ones on the banjo I purchased a couple of weeks ago. The manager said to bring mine in and they would exchange it. Wow! So, now I have one with the white dots which makes it WAAAY easier to play in low light conditions. Those black dot inlays were impossible to see. Way to go Mundt Music!
Thursday, January 28, 2010 @8:07:19 AM
I love the guys at Mundt Music! They really understand customer service. Mrs. Mundt gave our day care center one of the coolest rhythm band sets I've ever seen and gave our senior day care program a great deal on a grant funded keyboard we bought. She threw in a guitar!
Wonderful people. If you are in East Texas, Mundt is the place. I love their two for one string deals. I kept two neophyte guitarists in strings while they were learning. I had one kid literally wearing out a set in a month he practiced so hard. Now he's teaching me some new tricks.
Mundt is a good sized store with a small shop attitude!
Tom King - Flint, TX
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