Welcome to Caldwell Guitars Nashville, a family-owned vintage music store located in the historic Five Points district in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee. Our story began when Silas Caldwell and his father Tony dreamed of creating a music store that would be like no other. And with their passion, hard work, and dedication, they've done just that.
At Caldwell Guitars Nashville, we offer a handpicked selection of used and vintage instruments. We're approaching our second anniversary on February 19th, 2024, and we couldn't have done it without the support of our community.
As a family-owned business, we are committed to providing our customers with top-notch customer service, the best deals, and the highest-quality products available. We love meeting new people and sharing our passion for music, so if you haven't visited us yet, we would be delighted to have you stop by. Thank you for being a part of the Caldwell Guitars Nashville family!
Photos By: Madison Thorn Photography
Where is your appointment showroom?
We have a private appointment-only showroom in the historic Five Points district of Nashville, Tennessee. Upon booking an appointment, a showroom manager will reach out with information regarding parking.
How old was Silas when he opened Caldwell Guitars?
Silas Caldwell and his father Tony opened Caldwell Guitars in February 2022. Silas had previously performed on Broadway, where he had a residency. Silas used his savings to contribute start-up costs for Caldwell Guitars.
Does Caldwell Guitars do non-profit work?
Silas Caldwell, the founder of Caldwell Guitars, also manages the North Mississippi Hill Country Archives Non-Profit.
Can I arrive without an appointment?
Please do not arrive without an appointment as we may not be able to exceed our appointment capacity. If you would like to request an appointment, click here.
I'm here, what's next?
Welcome to Caldwell Guitars! Text "ARRIVED" to (629) 256-6092 (that's our shop number). You will be asked to respond with your name and appointment time.
Silas Caldwell is a musician and entrepreneur that has established himself as one of Nashville's up-and-coming artists and businessmen. Born and raised in North Mississippi, Silas has taken in the sounds of North Mississippi since birth. He founded Caldwell Guitars Nashville at just fourteen years old and the business has enjoyed success in its first year.
Silas is also the founder of the North Mississippi Hill Country Archives Non-Profit, which aims to preserve the history of the hill country blues and help educate others about some of the world's most unique and historic music.