Ishibashi Music, Tokyo, Japan
Located in Greater Tokyo in between the amazing skyscrapers and futuristic settings, Ishibashi sells beautifully inlaid acoustic and classic guitars, electric guitars, wind instruments and accessories of all sorts, drums and percussions of all types, amps and synthesizers ranging in brands like Gibson, Fender, Yamaha and Roland.
Mars Music, Cape Town, SA
Mars Music is SA’s largest musical equipment retail group offering the widest range of musical equipment and gear, included basses, drums, brass & woodwind, studio & live sound. They opened their first store in Cape Town and they have expanded to Costantiaberg, Cresta, Fourways, Boksburg, Petoria and Parkmeadows. You can get features like the deal of the week included with amazing discounts, infos about competitions, events and youtube tutorials.
Rikhi Ram Musical Co., Lahore, India
Famous to be the place where George Harrison bought a sitar during The Beatles’s one day layover in Delhi in 1966, the store can boast of the greatest Indian classical instruments and of sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar, whom crafter incredible instruments included the sitar used in 1968 in the film “The Party”, starring Peter Sellers.
Keymusic, Amsterdam, Europe
As a small and lit by neon lights express store located in the eastern part of the beautiful city of Amsterdam is part of Q-Factory, also known as the biggest music-makers in the whole of Europe. This music store is extremely furnished and has competent advisers, and has quickly become the main service music store for all musicians, djs and producers in Amsterdam. Also opens on Mondays which is a day in the Netherland where shops open a little later than usual.
Drum Connection, Arlington, USA
Opened in the 1990s this shop offers any sort of drum and percussions with classes and drum circles performed by competent instructors. They teach genres including djembe, dunun, conga and doumbek. Also they offer repairing services for any sort of instruments and the stuff is incredibly friendly.