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About Us

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Our Story

Acoustic Cellar Guitars is nestled in the North Georgia Mountains in the small town of Clarkesville, Ga. We're pleased to give the folks in our area a place to buy and learn the acoustic instrument of their choice that'll put a gleam in your eye and a smile on your face.  We offer string changes and set-up to keep your treasured instruments playing and sounding the BEST they can. We also carry a large range of accessories, including Elliot Capos, Blue Chip Picks, Straps, T-Shirts, Hats, and a wide variety of Strings, Etc... Stop in and see us at Acoustic Cellar Guitars and maybe even pick a tune or two!

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Variety of Musical Instruments

We carry new, used & vintage instruments from names like Martin and Gibson just to name a few! We are proud to be your local Authorized Martin Dealer and  when it comes quality instruments, we have a wide variety of guitars, banjos, mandolins, fiddles, and even an upright bass or two...our inventory is always changing....so swing by the store, the website, facebook, or instagram as often as you can to know what is currently available!

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Our Goal

Music is our Love and Passion, it's brought lot's of joy and friends into our lives! Our goal is to share that Love and Passion with all of our customers and add them all to that list of friends through our lessons, sales, and customer service! "Music makes the world go around" so come by and let us help in anyway we can! And, as we like to say..."Every Chip, Ding, & Scratch tells a story...will you add to one or begin your own?"-ACG

Lessons/Set Up & Repairs/Sales

Patton Wages

Patton was raised in Stockbridge, GA and began playing banjo at age 9. He was first influenced by Earl Scruggs, J.D. Crowe, and Terry Baucom, Scott Vestal as well as other local musicians such as Don Norman, Eddie Hoyle and several others, but credits his dad Don (Who also plays banjo and guitar and played a lot locally when Patton was younger) with getting him started.  Patton then worked with the Georgia-based groups Lost Horizon  and  Whitepath out of the Canton/Ballground area playing festivals around the southeast and making numerous appearances on national television. Patton then spent four years in Nashville sharing the stage with Marty Raybon  and Full Circle. He’s currently traveling with Award Winning Band Volume Five who’s had several nominations for both IBMA and Dove Awards. The band was awarded IBMA’s Song of the Year as well as Emerging Artists of The Year for 2017. Patton also spent several years in the early 2000s at Gibson Guitar Corp. OAI Division. He’s spent the last 20 years or so teaching and doing set-ups on instruments in amongst his 30 years of playing both banjo and guitar. He now lives in Mountain Rest, SC. and  has a son, Brayden, who is learning guitar as well! If you’re interested in learning Banjo or Guitar, need a professional set-up or just need some fresh strings on your instrument...come by and see him, he’ll help you out! 

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