"How does the Ship Survive
In a 'big box' World?"
Wooden Ship Stereo has witnessed many big chains arrive with a big noise, and quietly disappear into retail
history while the Ship remains afloat.
A better question
is "How can the 'big box' keep pace with The Ship?"
The Ship's Edge
Ray Avalos established Wooden Ship Stereo with his brother in 1976. Ray is a
problem solver. He asks
the right questions and listens. He then integrates your
electronics into a better and easier to operate home theater or
stereo audio system. Ray has a track record that a 'big
box' can't match.
Ray is also part of an
association of foothill professionals that can handle almost any consumer electronics issue.
group of professional independent businessmen knows what the 'big
boxes' don't even know they don't know. Yet they still offer
their services at competitive prices.
/ Dawson Services LLC www.dawsonservices.co
Lloyd has been a Wooden Ship colleague
and friend since our doors opened in 1976.
He specializes in computer and security systems. Our customers know him as
a 'go to' guy.
Craig Williams / Craig Williams
Craig is another long time colleague
and friend with a history of solving antenna, custom installation
throughout our foothills.
Larry Harper of Fowlers TV
(530) 885 - 6256
Larry and his father Ken were an Auburn
fixture for decades before they closed their retail doors.
The good news,
Larry still actively supports his customers with expert service.
Bill Barone / Electrical
We have counted on Bill's
professionalism and skill since the 1980's.
about him. We do too.
Paul Warenycia / Electronic Repair
Paul specializes in the
repair of high quality hi-fi components including classic tube gear.
He is highly regarded by the Northern California audiophile community.
Bruce Doan / Electronic Repair
Bruce is well know and regarded in the foothill tech community.
We have counted on his expertise for a couple of decades.
Ray's brother Ed / Ed's AV Consulting
Ed is semi retired, but still involved in the audio/video world..
Working with his brother is just too much fun to completely walk away from.