Miami >Guitar Center
bad ,very bad costumer service!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. any time I go there to the keyboard department,the seller are speaking on telephone all the time, I went to pick something i bought used and the store just open it at 11:00 am and the guy in the keyboard department already has bad attitude , same thing in the drum department, they try to screw me up with a used drum I bought,but you have to wait for a month because is used, wen I went to pick it up they guy did not want to give me the snare he say was no included,,,,,be carefully here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Bad Service. Don't go here if you want good service. I called to talk about trading an amp, and over the phone they talk a good talk, when you get there, it is complete BullS#$!. That aside, trying to get service to purchase some higher ticket items was really hard, sales person was very inattentive, and scattered and rude. I guess they don't like selling or making money, otherwise they should get a clue! You are better off finding a different store or going on Ebay.
overpriced! commission salesmen beware. salesman told me he works on commissions and push things i didn't want. what keyboardist what's drums?
price of ibanez PM 120 NT pickups . and address in miami. good night, I want to know if the sell ibanez pickups PM 120 NT. the price and where can I find in miami? sorry but I do not speak English, thanks
A humming, beating, vibrating, music mega store..
Just as the electric guitar started gaining popularity in the '60s, so did this once-modest, now monumental music store chain, which has grown to become the country's largest retailer of musical instruments. The store is packed with merchandise hanging overhead, crowding the aisles and monopolizing the walls. Contrary to its name, it's not just about acoustic and electric guitars; it also serves the needs of keyboardists, drummers and horn players.
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