You never know whats on your doorstep

Recently I’v been having some constant but minor niggles with my Epiphone ES-339 as some of you will know,

Well, during my attempt to record my first AVOYP on it I noticed that I was only getting an intermittent signal, the amp was cutting in and out. Anyway I thought I wuld look into a service/repair.

Low n behold theres a guitar center right on my door step that I didn’t know was there, and has been there for almost 60 years. :roll_eyes: :scream:

What surprised me more was the ability to have lessons on how to record as they have a revamped recording studio for hire.

Who know … LOL
A short trip away.


PS, nice guitars too. :clap:t2: :love_you_gesture:t2:


Ooh, I didn’t know that was there either.

Mind you, I have closer places in Reading. But still good to know about.



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I wonder how many times you have passed it Rachel oblivious to what it was. :smiley:

Honest answer is none, although I was in and out of Langley I’ve never been down that road but knew the road name.


I bought my Squier Classic Vibe 50’s Telecaster from there, I would recommend.

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