Chuck Levin's Washington Music Center has been a music industry icon since 1958. Chuck and Marge Levin first opened "Chuck's" in 1958 in downtown Washington, DC where it quickly became known as THE go to place for musicians both local and abroad. Burned to the ground in the riots of 1968, Chuck Levin's relocated to Wheaton, MD and has remained there since. Now boasting 2 buildings for show rooms, 3 separate warehouses, 4 repair shops, and over 100 employees, Chuck Levin's takes mom and pop shop vibe to new heights. Best pricing, unmatched knowledge and expertise, and honest advice and assistance are what keep Chuck's as an industry leader in musical instrument and equipment retail.

Departments include: Pro Audio, Pro DJ, Lighting, Microphones, Drums and Percussion, Guitar and Bass, Keyboards, Recording and Studio, Band and Orchestra (Brass, Woodwind, Orchestral Strings), and anything else in the musical world.

Chuck Levin's has exclusive dealerships with: Schagerl Brass Instruments, Scodwell Trumpets, Marcus Bonna Cases, Barefoot Studio monitors, Boom Bass Cabinets (BBC), RAT Stands

Chuck Levin's deals in the most popular brands to the most boutique. Key brands include: Yamaha, Roland, PRS Guitars, Korg, JBL, JBL Contractor QSC, AKG, Sennheiser, Shure, Conn-Selmer, Bach, Powell Flutes, Boss U.S., Zoom, Pioneer DJ, Numark, Denon, BBC , Fender, Gibson, D.A.S. Mackie, Presonus, Midas, Behringer, Miktek, Manley, Avalon, API, Dangerous, Focal, Neumann, Telefunken Elektroakustik, Royer, Blue Microphones, MXL Microphones, ZVEX pedals, Earthquaker Devices Pedals, Wampler Pedals, R.C. Electronic Pedals, Vox, Blackstar, Marshall, Moog, Dave Smith, On Stage Stands, Gator Cases, Klotz Cable, Whirlwind, RCF Speakers, Schagerl, Theo Wayne mouthpieces, D'addario, Elixer, Ernie Ball, Music Man, Mapex, Dunnett, Gretsch, DW Drum Workshop, LP Percussion, Vic Firth, Aquarian, Remo, Evans, and more.