- Jun 4, 2008
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I went to Rudy's Music back in '13 as it was still open. I know that store moved since, so there probably isn't anything left on the street, sadly. Same thing with Denmark Street in London. Went there this summer, and there aren't many guitar shops left, with Hank's being the most prominent as it had a '58 Burst for sale. A few, but if you wanted to shop for Les Pauls, not too much. Of course, I walked right by Charing Cross Road without noticingI haven't been in 5-7 years. Haven't all the 48th music stores closed or moved on?
Colony Music closing was a downer for me.
Yeah, I went to Sam Ash 10 years ago at the old place. I was back in the city last summer, and they had moved. That must’ve been a hell of an undertaking to move all that stuff. I gotta confess that I went to the Guitar Center off Times Square, and it was far and away the best GC I’ve ever walked into. It was packed with inventory, and some amazing closeout prices, and great used stuff.I think they're all gone on 48th St. now but haven't been up that way in a bit.
Sam Ash moved to a big store on 34th between 8th & 9th.
When hitting the Diner you could always tell who just got dumped by his girl, he was the guy dropping quarters into the jukebox at his table. Especially Weekend in New England.I got kicked out of my favorite rock n roll bar recently for being a dick. While I was waiting for my uber I played 15 barry manilow songs on their jukebox with my AMI app
On the subject of driving people crazy with the jukebox, this is one of the funniest bits I’ve ever heard. If you have not heard it, take six minutes and give it a spin.I got kicked out of my favorite rock n roll bar recently for being a dick. While I was waiting for my uber I played 15 barry manilow songs on their jukebox with my AMI app