We primarily sell factory-direct, and are located near Denver, Colorado – about 35 minutes from Denver International Airport. For points outside of Colorado, click the relevant tabs, and contact us if you need assistance.
Also, contact us about in-home demos of our new line of cables.
Corona virus update – Summer, 2020:
We’re monitoring the “opening” of the country, and as of July, 2020, our showroom remains closed. Contact us for current status.
For those of you who are about to receive delivery of your Galibier, we’ll work with you to re-schedule your setup visit or alternatively discuss a credit with you. We’re also working on a remote learning system to guide you through getting the best from your Galibier.
Thanks for working with us to limit the spread of this virus. We can do this if we work together!
Galibier’s products are commissioned, so you won’t find a shopping cart system on our site.
Payment is by PayPal, all major credit cards as well as check/money order. If paying by check/money order, we’ll wait for it to clear before crediting your payment.
Ordering and Delivery
Build orders are placed after an order is taken and a deposit is received. Turntables and amplifier delivery is typically in the 8 week range and cables (which receive a 72 hour burn-in) is 5-7 days.
Auditioning – Travel Credits
If you visit us in “Colorful Colorado”, and you purchase within one year of your visit, we’ll reimburse you for part of your trip. Reimbursement amount is product specific. Refer to the the “Pricing” tab for the product you’re interested in. Contact us for details.
Complimentary onsite setup:
We want to ensure that you get the most out of your analog front end.
- With every new turntable we sell, we’ll travel to your house to set it up (limited to the Continental US and most parts of Canada).
- Complimentary setup applies to many cartridges and tonearms as well (even if you don’t purchase a turntable). Click this link to visit our onsite setup page for details.
North American Competence Centers
The following select locations have demonstrated their expertise as Galibier Competence Centers. Their shop policies (setup and travel rebates) may differ from those offered by Galibier. Contact them for details.
Click this link to contact Jose Rodriguez in San Juan.
Durand Tonearms, Seattle, WA – contact Joel Durand
Sonare Coeli, Waupaca, WI – contact Nigel Bousfield
Guide to Denver & Boulder, Colorado
At the risk of your confusing us with the Colorado Department of Tourism, we’ve put this guide together to assist you in planning your Colorado trip.
We’re midway between Boulder and Denver – both of which serve as gateways to our beautiful mountains, and we’re about 40 miles from one of the jewels of the National Park system: Rocky Mountain National Park. It’s not only about mountains however …
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Things to do in Denver
As a major Western city, Denver’s activities are perhaps more well known than Boulder, with a state of the art Center for the Performing Arts, the Aquarium, The Pepsi Center (Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets), Coors Field (The Rockies), and Mile High Stadium (The Broncos) being located in or near downtown.
The Brown Palace Hotel ( “the unsinkable Molly Brown” fame) is a landmark hotel, much like Boulder’s Boulderado, and it shouldn’t be missed if you’re spending time in Denver.
Boulder and Estes Park
Rocky Mountain National Park
Located 35 miles Northwest of Boulder, “the Park” (as we affectionately call it) is one of the jewels of the National Park System.
The Auditorium hosts a Spring, Summer music series, and is just South of the University Hill area – at the base of Flagstaff Mountain – a part of Boulder’s extensive open space network.
Rockygrass Bluegrass Festival
Located 12 miles Northwest of Boulder, in Lyons, Colorado, the festival books most of the same acts as the Telluride Bluegrass Festival – being brought to you by the same folks who produce it. The festival is held on the last weekend in of July.
Ski Country USA
We would be remiss if we didn’t include a link to Colorado’s ski areas.
Absolute Vinyl Records & Stereo
319 Main St.
Longmont, CO 80501
Bart’s Record Shop
1625 Folsom St
Twist and Shout Records
2508 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80206
Black and Read Records
4355 Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, CO 80003
There are too many record stores in the Denver/Boulder area to mention, and these are just a few. Leave room in your luggage for the return trip!
Maps and Directions from DIA (Denver International Airport)
Travel from Denver International Airport to both Denver and Boulder is simple, via either standard airport shuttles (to Boulder and Denver) the Northwest Parkway (to Boulder), or Pena Blvd. and I-70 to Denver.
Many options, but here are a few highlights (in approximate order of distance from Galibier):
Longmont (10 miles)
Marriott Residence Inn, Longmont
1450 Dry Creek Dr.
Longmont CO 80503
Marriott Courtyard, Longmont
1410 Dry Creek Dr.
Longmont, CO 80503
Boulder (15 miles)
The Hotel Boulderado
Boulder’s first luxury hotel, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has been meticulously restored to its original turn-of-the-century grandeur.
2115 13th Street, Boulder, CO 80302
The Hotel St. Julien
Boulder’s newest and (along with the Boulderado) its finest.
Complete with 10,000 square foot spa and fitness facility.
900 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO 80302
Holiday Inn Express in North Boulder
4777 North Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
5397 So. Boulder Road, Boulder, CO, 80303
Marriott Courtyard, Boulder
4710 Pearl E Cir.
Boulder, CO 80301
The Best Western Boulder Inn
Basic Best Western – conveniently located at 28th Street and Baseline – about a mile from downtown Boulder.
Louisville (20 miles)
Marriott Courtyard, Louisville
948 W Dillon Rd.
Louisville, CO 80027
Far too much to mention, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the The Chautauqua Dining Hall – world class cuisine, local organic produce, reasonable prices, and at the foot of Boulder’s Flatirons. It’s the consummate Boulder experience. We make a point of taking visitors here for breakfast. Check on seasonal hours, with reduced hours in the Fall and Winter.