Funky Frets Music Store
124 N. Chestnut St., Boyertown, PA 19512 USA
Welcome Back to Funky Frets Music Store
Boyertown’s premiere music location for lessons, workshops, instruments and music goodies.
Curt & Bernadette Sheller and their daughter Kelly Thompson. Funky Frets opened on June 30th, 2012. Our showroom includes guitars, ukuleles, banjos, and much more! We typically carry over 100 ukuleles, electric and acoustic guitars, accessories, drumsticks, violin/viola strings and amps . . . just to name a few categories.
The Funky Frets Main Stage
We have a great concert, workshop are for hosting Open Mics, Concerts, Workshops and we even rent is out for you private parties and events. Checkout the Funky Frets Even page for the latest schedule.
Check out the Funky Frets Photos Page for photos of the latest events and excursions.
7th Annual Funky Frets Ukulele Festival!!!
First Weekend of October the 1-2-3, 2021
Look for details and any announcements on 20 festival Spring. All the same artist that we have for the virtual 2020 uke fest will be returning live and in-person.
The festival is Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Includes concerts, workshops, vendors, catered dinner, Hawai'ian Shirt contest, jams, the much loved Strum-along Train Ride on the Historic Colebrookdale Railroad and anything else we can throw into the mix.
Just browsing over both books, they look fantastic! I'm a guitarist and uke player for over 25 years and was thinking about writing a ukulele book but you've already written what I think are the best, most comprehensive and thorough books I've ever seen for the instrument. I just might end up buying every book you've written and I'll be giving my highest recommendation for your books to my friends and students. Thank you so much for taking the time to write such great books! — Peter Rhee
Aloha, Curt, All I can say is WOW! What you have accomplished is simply incredible! All the best — Glen Hirabayashi, The Aloha Boys
Thanks for visiting and checking out the site!
Original Curtie Animation from 1987 for my first web site on a Macintosh II, 33 years ago.top