Moore Brothers Music


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About Us

Troy and Scott Moore

Mission

Moore Brothers Music's mission is to build a musical community. Our mission applies to our local business as well as our national and international customers as our musical community is not limited to within our four walls.  It includes everyone from our private lesson students growing up in our store, to the school music programs we promote and support, to our multitude of customers across the country and around the world.

 


Phone

Nationwide Toll Free: 1 (866) 515-6861

Local: (425) 836-2263

 

Email

Lesson Scheduling

Product Inquiries

Website Issues

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Address

Moore Brothers Music
22820 NE 8th ST STE 102
Sammamish, WA 98074 


Store Hours

We are open 7 days a week. All hours are pacific time.

Sunday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Monday 11:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday 11:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday 11:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday 11:00am - 8:00pm
Friday 11:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 10:00am - 6:00pm

 

History

Scott and Troy MooreMoore Brothers Music opened its doors in August 2004 by brothers Scott and Troy Moore. Troy had been teaching guitar for over a decade at music stores and from his home for over a decade. Troy had also been playing for a country band and doing a lot of studio recording as a full-time musician. Scott had been playing drums for various groups while working full-time as an accountant and systems analyst for the wireless telecom industry. Both Scott and Troy have business degrees from Central Washington University.

The Moore Brothers first discussed the idea of starting a music store in 2000. They spent the next several years putting together a business plan and investigating locations all across the puget sound region. They decided on the Sammamish location after Troy had moved to a condo in Sammamish and quickly built his private lesson business out of his home.

Knowing the caliber of instructors for which he was looking, Troy started with a small team of the best instructors he could find and 4 private lesson rooms in a small 1100 sq ft store. Scott kept his day job at T-Mobile during the first six months of business until the student count grew enough to force them to hand off their remaining students to other instructors and focus solely on running the business. Soon after, in the summer of 2005, they completed their first expansion to add another 500 sq ft of retail space and 2 more lesson rooms bringing the total to 7 private lesson rooms and 1 large classroom / retail room. The large room allowed them to teach rock camps and group lessons the next two summers. They shut down for 9 days in the summer of 2008 to add 2 more lesson rooms and open up the retail area to a single room. 

In the fall of 2008, Moore Brothers Music hired its first front-desk employee and began selling products online. In a few short years, the online business outgrew the small retail store and forced the addition of an office/warehouse nearby in January 2014. Now, the store is managed by Adam Guldhammer, who had taught guitar and bass at the store for several years before working at the front desk. In addition to managing the store, Adam organizes spring and fall recitals for our students held at the Boys and Girls Club Teen Center across the street.

Scott and Troy spent 2014 focusing their attention revamping the website. They utilized the extraordinary talents of their desk-staff member, Matt Clifford, to photograph all their products. He'll be adding product demo videos shortly.  

Moore Brothers Music is proud to be an authorized dealer of the Fender, Squier, Jackson, and Gretsch brands.

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