Top Rocker Tattoo is a artist owned and operated tattoo studio. We have artists that can design a custom tattoos in any style you are looking for. Small or large, black and grey, full color, new tattoos, or old ones that need fixing or cover-ups.
Plus we also have a body piercer to take care of all you piercing needs.
Established in 2009.
Top Rocker Tattoo was opened to provide our customers with the best professional customer service in mind. All of the artists have at least 5 years of tattoo studio experience! Artist owned and operated, TRT has given our clients a safe and sterile environment to get tattooed in.
Went in with my Fiancé for her first tattoo. we have known her artist, Ernie, for a few years but we just never wanted any tats. The time came for her to want one and we knew who we wanted. when it came to the day of her appointment, we arrived early and the front desk assistant was nice. Ernie was very patient with my Fiancé. she wanted a perfect tattoo especially this being her first one and that's exactly what she got with him. top rocker is a good place for some ink. you won't be disappointed.
Went there on Friday the 7th to check about availabilty and prices. Very resonable and accomodating. I wanted 4 little tattoos in various places. Came in the next day and they were ready to go. Very fast and efficent....and the tattoos are beautiful! Duck is the man! My daughter also go one and it turned out wonderful. She is very pleased with the work. I have 3 more I plan on getting and I will head back here to get them.
Yes, as long as you go to a reputable artist that is following all recommended safety precautions. Find out what these recommendations are by going through the Safety Checklist .
What should I expect when I go to get my tattoo? I‘ve got it all laid out for you, step by step, with photos at The Tattoo Process.
Does it hurt? Pain is really relative. Everyone has a different tolerance to pain. I’m not going to kid you, though – it does hurt. Just not that much. Some have compared it to a “hot scratching feeling”. But, people would not be returning again and again for tattoo after tattoo if it hurt that bad! Most of us are not into pain, but the beauty of the tattoo and the pride associated with wearing it far outweighs a little pin-stick here and there. For more information and how to deal with your fears, read How Much Does It Really Hurt?
Can I use some kind of numbing cream? These kinds of products are really not recommended. Find out why by reading No Pain, No Gain.
How much is it going to cost? When it comes to tattoos, you get what you pay for. Yes, there are plenty of people tattooing out there that will ink you cheap, and you’ll be crying to a real artist to have it covered up. Look for quality, and be willing to pay for it. NEVER haggle over the price of a tattoo. It is disrespectful to the artist. If you can’t pay for quality, don’t bother. This is not a bargain bin. It is a piece of art you will wear for life.
Should I tip my tattoo artist? Tipping is a really nice gesture! But, there are no real solid ground rules for tipping, so follow the suggestions at To Tip or Not To Tip
What is the best time of year to get a tattoo? Although you can get a tattoo any time of the year, your skin gets a lot more abuse during the summer with swimming, tanning and just being exposed to the elements more. Winter time is really the best season to get a tattoo. For more details, see ‘Tis the Season to be Tattooed.
Is it OK to get a tattoo if I’m sick? Getting a tattoo when your immune system isn’t at 100% isn’t a good idea. You’re going to need your strength and your white blood cells to heal your tattoo, something your body won’t be able to do if it’s already doing battle against virus and bacteria. Not to mention the fact that it’s very inconsiderate to bring your illness into the tattoo studio and risk passing the germs onto others, particularly your artist. If you have an appointment, call and reschedule for when you’re feeling well again.
Where can I find pictures of (skull, teddy bear, lion, etc.) tattoos? If you’re getting a tattoo, especially as an expression of your individuality, why would you want a tattoo just like someone else’s? Instead, find other pictures of what you’re looking for and have your artist draw up a custom design for you. Example: If you are wanting a tattoo of a penguin standing on a glacier, find real photos of penguins and glaciers. If you want a tattoo of a blue rose wrapped around a cross, find pictures of real roses and crosses that you like. If the pictures don’t show exactly what you want, just take them to your artist to use them as guidelines and tell them what changes you want made to the original pictures. A real artist will welcome the challenge of a custom piece.
Is it OK to lay out in the sun or go to the tanning bed when you have tattoos? It might be really tempting to get some rays during the summer months, but before you ruin your tattoo, please read this article about Tattoos and Tanning.