Drum stores in London and Paris

sdrum177

Member
Hey you all

Next month i am planning to visit London and Paris. each for couple of days.
Wanted to know if there is a good and interesting drum stores That you can Recommend for me to visit. Better if it is located somewhere in the Center otherwise it will be hard to convince the missy to make a detour :)

Thanks
 

Tamaefx

Silver Member
In Paris, quartier Pigalle, not very far from the Moulin Rouge, you can visit La Baguetterie.
Two storey drum shop among a lot of guitar shops.
It's a well known district, for music stores, concert halls, .... . And sex shops...
 

Morganthetall

Junior Member
In London you want to head to Denmark Street...road full of various music shops with a bit of history.
Enjoy your visit!
 

Davo-London

Gold Member
In London, the biggest drum store is Wembley Drum Centre. Most other stores are small in comparison to the Wembley store. Denmark Street is worth a trip but it isn't really a place for drummers - it's more bass and guitar.

Peace
Davo
 

Juniper

Gold Member
In London, the biggest drum store is Wembley Drum Centre. Most other stores are small in comparison to the Wembley store. Denmark Street is worth a trip but it isn't really a place for drummers - it's more bass and guitar.

Peace
Davo
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Wembley Drum Centre is the biggest, literally a stones throw from Wembley Stadium if you fancy seeing that too (maybe a reason to tempt the other half with). About 30-40 minutes via the tube out of central London - but well worth checking out. They have a kit room and a separate soundproof cymbal room where you can try them out.

Footes is smaller but in central London but very well worth checking out as it's a bit of a historic London drum shop, plus it's owned by Nick Mason from Pink Floyd.

As already mentioned Denmark street isn't really for drums, mostly just guitar and bass - from the shops that haven't closed.
 

sdrum177

Member
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Wembley Drum Centre is the biggest, literally a stones throw from Wembley Stadium if you fancy seeing that too (maybe a reason to tempt the other half with). About 30-40 minutes via the tube out of central London - but well worth checking out. They have a kit room and a separate soundproof cymbal room where you can try them out.

Footes is smaller but in central London but very well worth checking out as it's a bit of a historic London drum shop, plus it's owned by Nick Mason from Pink Floyd.

As already mentioned Denmark street isn't really for drums, mostly just guitar and bass - from the shops that haven't closed.
Thanks a lot Guys. Will defentley check that out :)
 
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