|Posted by Denise Johnson (DJladydrummer) on August 4, 2010 at 4:53 PM|
You can always find musicians at their local music store, trying out new equipment, meeting new people, or just hanging out. They should implement the word "Club" with our favorite local stores. We love just hanging out, and we don't need a drink to do it. Musicians get a high in just being in the atmosphere of equipment, and likeminds of music. Exchanging ideas, methods, and listening to different styles. Gospel musicians will listen to a rock musician. A rock musician will listen to a jazz musician. A jazz musician will listen to a beginner musician. Somehow it brings us all TOGETHER......
There was always great pleasure when I would be in a music store and someone would walk up and say "Hey... you are the lady drummer that plays with __________ , How are you today ? ! I would respond equally excited just to talk to another musician. It didn't matter about the level of musicianship....
Unfortunately with the changing economy, the local music stores aren't as popular as they used to be. I sometimes walk inside and wonder ..... WHERE IS EVERYONE. Of course there are Peak hours associated with high sales and production, but times are drastically changing.
Consumers are finding new and economical ways to save on gas, money and time. The Internet online businesses have skyrocketed in every aspect of sales.
I myself do alot of my shopping online now. If I want to know about a product, I research on the internet before I buy it.
Musicians love to FEEL their instruments, so it's always a good idea to check out the products at your local music store.
Before you buy a product you should always search online for the BEST deals.
I have brought products from some of the major music stores...... but I pay attention to Extra Incentives. If I buy something, will I get something FREE ?? Do you want my business enough to make it enticing for me to come back ??
I did some research on the store
They quickly got my attention when I saw my favorite words... "FREE" and "REBATES".
I checked out their reviews here at Biz Reviews
Only a few negative reviews out of 5,000 happy customers !! Very impressive.
I called the Customer Service line 1-800-462-2263 and talked with a friendly and professional representive by the name of Mason. He gave me some options and model numbers for the Roland V Drums. Explained some of the differences, etc...
He further explained that I could call back with any further questions..... wow !!
I'm SOLD on great customer service !!!
Join my FREE member section and I will send you Coupons from this great store.
I've done the leg work for you......so enjoy your equipment !!
Regards and Rhythm Always