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Re: let a new yorker tell you where to go.

Title: Re: let a new yorker tell you where to go.
I highly recommend Dr. Sound, 25 Mercer Street near Canal.  Cooler, and sometimes some unusual stuff.

David Lee Myers
"Ourobouros" CD of new Feedback Music available now on Pulsewidth!
In NYC at Downtown Music, Kim's Mondo, and Other Music, and through Forced Exposure, Anomalous, Wayside, Electronic Music Foundation, Recommended, and Staalplaat.

on 3/12/01 10:46 AM, anti:clockwise at anticlockwise@tensionheadache.org wrote:

you could check out:

you can try:

rogue music (251 w. 30th st)
30th street guitars (across the street from rogue)
east village music (in the e.vill, natch - e. 3rd st.)
sam ash (pro-audio) on 48th street is not adverse to selling used gear, sometimes they have something interesting.

that should burn up a day or 2... so, where's the scampi?


hello everybody,

I'm looking for a help

In the next days I'll probably go to NYC. Is there seomeone who can tell me which are the best shops for new &used gear in town? Is there any cool special place to go for us?
I know this sounds a bit consumistic, but you must consider that some "esoteric" stuff is very hard to find here in Italy. It took me years to find an expanded Jammy and I could get one only in Frankfurt (second hand - payed about 1000 DM - more or less 500 $ -  would you imagine that?)... so if someone has good addresses  This would save me a lot of time!

Thanks in advance


(In change I can point you a very good italian restaurant in Brooklyn!)

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