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Old 09-15-2010, 05:45 AM
Illyriant Illyriant is offline
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Default Re: Make it hard for their customers, the customers will avoid the stores.

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Originally Posted by SOGdrummer View Post
Bermuda, I have had this debate with the manager of the local George's Music Store numerous times...I'd love to be able to go in there and get a head I need or even to purchase a decent cymbal now and then but they only stock what I would consider beginner drum items, etc. I have asked the manager why they don't carry anything an experienced drummer would want and his reply is always, "they don't come in here", MY response is always "because we know you don't carry anything we want"...

I'm only 30 minutes outside of Philadelphia but to find a real drum shop I have to drive at least an hour and 1/2 to Harrisburg to go to Dale's Drum Shop, probably more drum items in that one store than the other stores in my area combined...

Don't know what the answer is...
I love Dale's drums. they are right up the street from me. I think they have the business model that all stores should follow. For one the store is owned by one of Buddy Rich's former drum techs and all the way down you have people who love drums. Some of them even give lessons.

I don't want to make this out to be an advertisement for them but they seriously got things down and have many repeat customers. GC is right up the rode, I seriously don't know how they even have a drum section.
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