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Jay M. Lewis

Chicago, IL
info@blueberryhillbass.com
(847) 542-2277

Preferred Methods of Contact

E-mail:

I generally prefer most questions to be handled via e-mail. The benefit is that a record of communication can be maintained so that we can refer back to previous discussions as needed. Due to the fact that my availability varries (depending on the time of day, whether I am talking with another customer on the phone, assisting a local player in the demo room, running erranda, shipping basses and accessories, etc.), e-mail is a guaranteed way to get a quick answer to your question(s). You can expect to receive an e-mail reply by the end of the day, and depending on the time the message is sent, you are likely to receive a reply within a matter of hours, if not minutes. I am notorious for my lengthy and complete replies via e-mail, so please don't hesitate to e-mail complex questions as well.

Phone:

When a question can't be handled via e-mail, if internet access is not available, or if you are the type of person who just prefers to have real "human to human" interaction (something that seems to be lacking in this day and age), please feel free to contact me by phone with any questions you might have regarding an instrument in stock, on order, placing a custom order, or learning more about the luthiers represented at Blueberry Hill. I love to hear from my fellow bass players and bass enthusiasts...it's part of the fun at BHB! However, if I am temporarily unavailable, or if I am on the line helping another customer, please leave a message with a phone number where I can get in touch with you. I DO check voice messages and I DO return phone calls, but I can't help with questions unless you leave a message, so please do. Your questions are valued, I enjoy talking about bass gear with my fellow basists, and I want to answer your questions as quickly and completely as possible.

 
 
 
 
 

 

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