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Re: OT: Warning! Musician's Friend Warning!
nocal only-loopers-i've always loved 'haight' tho' i bought my edp @
>From: Stephen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: RE: OT: Warning! Musician's Friend Warning!
>Date: Wed, Dec 6, 2000, 2:21 PM
>> There's a store in Redwood city, on El Camino, whose
>> name is on the tip of
>> my tongue (Gerbers? something with a G :>). They
>> have a good selection of
>> gear, and usually mark stuff down at the register.
>> The staff aren't that
>> knowledgeable, at least in the keyboard department.
>> However, they are not
>> working on commision, which makes their life, and
>> ours, easier.
>Gelb music. This is usually one of my first choices.
>Trouble is that they frequently seem to have trouble
>coming close to matching others' prices.
>> There's a store called Draper's in Palo Alto, just
>> down the street from me.
>My experience has only been bad with Draper's. They
>once agreed to sell me a piece of gear on the phone
>for a certain price, said that I would get no return
>priviledges 'cuz they were selling it so low <huh?,
>well, ok>. I said ok, <I really wanted this gizmo>
>and went in an hour later to get it. They then said
>that they couldn't sell it to me because it was a demo
>model. But they could order one for me, but couldn't
>sell it at the price they had quoted me. The manager
>was no help at all, except to point out to the Ass.
>Mngr. that it was illegal to try to sell gear without
>a return priviledges. My second attempt to buy
>something from them was no better.
>I've had good luck also with Bananas at Large,
>8thstreet.com, and Gitter Center in San Jose.
>Starving is always fun to polk around in.
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